When walking through the living museum Beamish, I came across an old church and the bible was open to Isaiah 65. The passage struck me. Doesn’t God constantly stand with his arms wide for all of us, even when we are being rebellious
After morning prayers, I relaxed and finished writing a musical setting to Psalm 10, and even though this psalm starts with a sombre question sung by a solo treble voice “Why do you stand far away?” – a question many have asked of God.
A hot evening draws in on the Isalnd of Rhodes and the sound of an aeroplane overhead disturbs the peaceful sunset. The sound settles and the beauty of a sunset is once again focussed on.
The more I look at nature, the more I see the fingerprints of God. The more time I spend in nature, the more God unveils His presence through the Holy Spirit showing how creation is beautiful and a perfectly designed biosphere that has been subject to falleness of sin.
I care not for trinklets, for money or positions, I care not for the finest hand wrought gold, but I have a yearning deep within my soul, and I’m being … Continue reading A Yearning
There was a time in the world when good was fought for with pure blood. There was a time in the world when truth was clear and freely given in … Continue reading There was, there is, there will be
A mangled tree all forlorn and dead, a snake creeping through the grass. Imagine a world with no sun, clouds every day and rain, such rain as the people who … Continue reading The snake, the trees and the river.