The fence goes off into the distance and seems to go on and on. Is the path never ending. Psalm 22 My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me? … Continue reading Day 141 My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me?
A turbulent cloud system crept up on me as I wrote the blog last night. Colours were deep orange and almost red at points, you could also see the yellow … Continue reading Day 140 to revive the spirit of the lowly, and to revive the heart of the contrite.
Here we see a flower in the rain. Despite all the showers it is blooming and showing all of its colour. 1 Samuel 17 And Saul said to David, “Go, … Continue reading Day 139 “Go, and the Lord be with you!”
I awoke to see a small robin sheltering under a bush from the torrential rain. He was gone before I could get my camera out. I thought nothing of it … Continue reading Day 138 He shall become a sanctuary
There is a bright colourful light from the sunset and there is also a dark cloud enveloping this light. There is a feeling in the air like there will be … Continue reading Day 137 WHEN YOU PASS THROUGH THE WATERS, I WILL BE WITH YOU
The view is of the Mersey river looking through trees over the houses of Runcorn. Rivers are havens of life. The rivers are used for transport, for food, for water. … Continue reading Day 136 When you pass through the waters, I will be with you
A great tree stands in the sunset and a small tree underneath. How often God utilises the small insignificant people for great tasks. Jesus was not born into a life … Continue reading Day 135 All the trees of the field will recognise that I, God, made the great tree small and the small tree great.
Here we see a beautiful reflected image of the sunset taken from Lytham again. The easiest coast to get to but also prone to some wonderful sunsets. When things are … Continue reading Day 134 On earth as it is in heaven.
The sunset tonight was dazzling at first, the colours seem to go a deep red at one point and then gently the orange took over and then the last rays … Continue reading Day 133 Sing, O heavens, for the Lord has done it!
The well stands surrounded by the castle walls at Beeston in Cheshire. It is now chained off and not in use. But this is not really the well that we … Continue reading Day 132 With joy you will draw water from the wells of salvation.