Monthly Archives: August 2014

Persecution

The media, of late, have provided extensive coverage on the fighting in Gaza and the protest groups around the country calling on boycotts of businesses who sell Israeli products. So be it. It is a free world – or is … Continue reading

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Gnostic or gnot

Gnostics cannot understand Christ for the same reason a thief cannot find a policeman…they don’t want to. A church can be unified in one of two ways. You can freeze together, as the Church of the Frozen Chosen; or you … Continue reading

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When I lose control

Control is an ugly word to some people. Certainly, like many things, when its application is flawed then it is ugly. Unfortunately it is also a necessity – well in some circles. This country, over the past few weeks, seems … Continue reading

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Choose your own consequences

We are free to choose but we are not free from the consequences of our choice. People make decisions which affect them to a greater or smaller extent. As it is with most decisions! The issue is we do not … Continue reading

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How to measure love – or pain

How often do you hear people (half jokingly) share their feelings with ‘Love you’ – “Love you more” – and so on? How do you measure love? Come to that how do you measure pain? The reason I ask is … Continue reading

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