All the streets are empty tonight, and I jog past a darkened pub. Where normally drunken singing and merry chat is heard, now all is silent. The message might be … Continue reading Run to the cross 31
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
Down to the woods and over the stream, splashing through mud and startling beams, careful there’s frogs and foxes lie still, heading for ponds and holes in the hill. As … Continue reading Run to the cross 18
The storm as raging outside the cabin and the wind and rain was howling. I was sat in a comfy chair and it seemed almost pointless, in fact ludicrous to … Continue reading Run to the cross 4
Let God in and be lifted up by Jesus
Trevor McDonald the British news reporter has stated in an advert for glasses that “You are defined by what you have seen.” – the bible says your eye is a lamp that lights up your whole body.
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!
As the family watched the sunset in the cool evening at Wells in Somerset, the colours gradually changed from the deep red to the subtle orange. The trees seemed to … Continue reading An act of love: Genesis 2:7 And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living being.
A grand oak standing against the early morning light. I have said many times that trees fascinate me, but I do not worship them. Seeing beauty in nature doesn’t make … Continue reading Day 336 and the glory of the Lord shone around them