With only a thin top and my shorts I braved the cold, running tonight rather than jogging. Focussed on my torch light and the path ahead, blinkered. I didn’t even … Continue reading Run to the cross 37
My run tonight was a laboured one and I had knee pains on the way back. As I jogged into the drive I saw the forest flame plant highlighted in … Continue reading Run to the cross 29
Muscles were aching tonight after first digging much clay and earth to redesign the mud hut. All is quiet, as I run along side the brook, water running clear. I’m … Continue reading Run to the cross 28
Out of the door and down the lane, faster and faster I ran. I turned into the park, dark trees and no lights. I had not charged my head torch … Continue reading Run to the cross 7
A flooded woods on Grasmere Water. Will the water ever recede? I started my run not knowing where I was going or by what route I would take. It had … Continue reading Run to the Cross 2
You look at the sign and it reminds of danger, but you see the wonderful sea across the sand. It takes courage to step out across the sand and to … Continue reading Stepping out for God
Let God in and be lifted up by Jesus
As a child I thought that prayer was just saying things to God, just having a conversation with God. I never thought about how I was trying to talk to … Continue reading Building yourselves up in your most holy faith and praying in the Holy Spirit,
Luke 19:37-40 37 Then, as He was now drawing near the descent of the Mount of Olives, the whole multitude of the disciples began to rejoice and praise God with a … Continue reading The stones would immediately cry out!
I caught this picture this morning, The sheep where casually strolling through the field in the direction of the church. It made me think of a simple reflection. That is … Continue reading Day 347 “For yet a little while, And He who is coming will come and will not tarry.