Out of the door with a bit of energy. My legs feel okay but they must look awful as they are covered in bites from the rivers and the bogs … Continue reading Run to the cross 44
The last thing my body wants to do on a cold evening is to go for a run, but I warm up my legs and then bare the cold to … Continue reading Run to the cross 12
I failed to get an awesome sunrise, but all I managed was these scars across the sky, created by human hands, whether that is aeroplanes or scourging from a cat-o-nine … Continue reading Day 327 And by His stripes we are healed.
There are few breaks in the weather but they seem to just appear for moments, or are shining off in the distance. These trees looked wonderful against the faint blue … Continue reading Day 323 Therefore strengthen the hands, make straight paths for your feet and be healed
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
The sea has a particular quality to heal, to fuse friendships, and to help many to reflect and come to decisions. There are many times water and particularly the sea … Continue reading Day 202 He calms the storm, So that its waves are still.
In the picture we can see wonderful flowers on the right, yellow loosestrife; five bright yellow petals, with pointed green leaves. These have grown in this corner each year despite … Continue reading Day 194 The garden of the Lord
I have been away at a Duke of Edinburgh weekend in a data dead area so here is my reflection from Fri. The picture shows a young sheep under a … Continue reading Day 177 For You have been a shelter for me
A yellow rose in the garden. Colossians 2 For I want you to know what a great conflict I have for you and those in Laodicea, and for as many as have … Continue reading Day 167 For I want you to know what a great conflict I have for you and those far away