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.
In Wales, in Cwm Einion Valley, near Furnace, Machynlleth there is a lonely road that is barely drivable but leads to a wonderfully enclosed valley where no cars or tourists will … Continue reading Day 124 For I desired mercy and not sacrifice
There in the picture is a hole in a castle wall. It is overgrown with nature, almost like it is healing the damage done by battles past. Bestow Castle in … Continue reading Day 122 They storm the city, swarm its defences,
A stone frame fills the picture and we see a sunny woods outside. It seems warm outside and pleasant and we wonder what it must be like to step outside … Continue reading Day 121 Be Relentless in a pursuit of God’s will
A cleft in the rock resembles a shelter, a place that is away from the busy life we lead. It is somewhere we can pray. After all I believe that … Continue reading Day 120 Out of the ashes we rise