From behind the thick rain clouds, a brief respite from the night’s lashings, the sun rises and a faint glow lights up the clouds across the morning sky. Another day … Continue reading Day 265 that they may be called oaks of righteousness, the planting of the Lord, that he may be glorified.
Here we see common ragwort, or golden ragwort, or another name is St. James wort. It seems to be very common in our garden and is common in fields and … Continue reading Day 214 The leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations
I awoke to see a small robin sheltering under a bush from the torrential rain. He was gone before I could get my camera out. I thought nothing of it … Continue reading Day 138 He shall become a sanctuary
Within a field there stands a tree, surrounded by a fence so tall. A sign reads private bars the way, As people say “don’t look at all” But I say … Continue reading Day 116 TO THE UNKNOWN GOD
Three thoughts crept on me today; Worldly, James, and a fat pigeon… A rather fat pigeon greeted me on the feeding table today. He seems well fed with plenty of … Continue reading Day 106 You desire and do not have, so you murder.
It seems that ever more trees and plants are busy at work trying to get all their flowers and shoots out in time. Often overlooked this tree at other times … Continue reading Day 81 It will blossom profusely
The first day of spring and the bloom and flowers are starting to edge their way out now. It almost seems like a quickening and plants to get out as … Continue reading Day 80 Truly, I tell you, this poor widow has put in more than all of them.
The morning air is always clean and crisp, it’s fresh. The birds are always out flying looking like they enjoy the new morning. Even at the end of the day … Continue reading Day 75 man does not live on bread alone
I was out early to do some walking around Pendle Hill. The sun seemed reticent about appearing through the clouds and it took while to warm up from the chill, … Continue reading Day 74 it is they that bear witness about me
I woke up this morning reading Nehemiah 4. Later when out for a walk at Moss bank park in Bolton, I saw the stone in the picture. It was obviously … Continue reading Day 73 will they revive the stones