Monthly Archives: December 2012

Bye Bye 2012

I heard this poem read during the carol service from Kings Chapel (I think) in Cambridge. It struck a chord in me. Hope it means something to you. BC : AD by U.A. Fanthorpe This was the moment when Before … Continue reading

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Peter says . . . .

One of the joys of being filled with the Holy Spirit and allowing Him into your life is your natural acceptance of all that is good and your aversion to evil and wrong doing. There is little doubt when we … Continue reading

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Peter says . . . .

One of the joys of being filled with the Holy Spirit and allowing Him into your life is your natural acceptance of all that is good and your aversion to evil and wrong doing. There is little doubt when we … Continue reading

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A Pagan Holiday?

This is love: not that we loved God, but that he loved us and sent his Son as an atoning sacrifice for our sins. 1 John 4: 10 Christmas time is when, quite rightly, we rejoice in the birth of … Continue reading

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Who’s more guilty? Judge or judged?

Reading John’s Gospel and Jesus’ encounter with the adulterous woman moved me to consider the Christian attitude of compassion and forgiveness. There is no doubt we all, as human beings, are inclined to judge and even condemn when circumstances or … Continue reading

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