Monthly Archives: March 2015

Count your blessings

This Easter blog is unashamedly a copy and paste from John Hagee Ministries. A very powerful and inspiring message. (Thanks Penny). Did you hear this inspiring testimony this morning in Pastor’s sermon? A church member who had cancer was a … Continue reading

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Positive or Negative

I posted on Facebook my reaction to the negative and destructive comments made by South Africans following the CWC semi-final. A sad and damning reflection on our national psyche. I started thinking about this tendency, which is also apparent in … Continue reading

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Will you also go away?

Will you also go away? A penetrating question. Our Lord’s words come home most when He talks in the most simple way. We know Who Jesus is, but in spite of that, He says – “Will ye also go away?” … Continue reading

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May I borrow Lent please

One of the interesting aspects of publishing a blog is the responses you receive – or don’t receive. Every so often I hear about all the negatives of faith and the reasons why this is not true, that is heresy, … Continue reading

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Take up my cross

I make no apology for this blog being largely based on articles sent to me from Anglican Link, Anglican Mainstream and, of course, the Holy bible. The discussion is centred around Lent. Jesus is confronted by religious and political opponents … Continue reading

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