I quite like the colours of the sunset in this picture as it has been framed by the trees either side. The natural shapes of the trees give the picture … Continue reading Day 156 Martha, Martha, you are worried and troubled about many things.
What is Holy Saturday or Easter Saturday? Seems a sort of limbo or a last day to rush around getting eggs for all the poor children who might not have … Continue reading Day 94 “It is finished!”
I write this at the end of Good Friday. A tree stands in a field and the sun is rising behind it. There are gorse and thorn bushes barring the … Continue reading Day 93 What! Could you not watch with Me one hour?
This morning was an early start as I took part in a day pilgrimage to blackburn cathedral from Preston. A wonderful walk of only 10 miles. We all shared a … Continue reading Day 92 to bear His cross.
The lake is still after a storm and we wait patiently for the boat. I remember taking this photograph and waiting with a packed lunch sitting on trees that had … Continue reading Day 91 no eye has seen a God besides you
Spending much time in the car today I have been rocked and battered by the wind and sun, by hail and rain. High winds up and down the North West. … Continue reading Day 90 yet He learned obedience by the things which He suffered.
The photograph shows a flooded forest. Grass and weeds are floating and branches have been torn by the wind. Nothing can stand against the fury of the wind. Isn’t it … Continue reading Day 89 For he commanded and raised the stormy wind