WALKING IN GOOD WORKS

Yesterday, I heard the sad news about the passing of Captain Sir Tom Moore, a Second World War veteran who raised over 30 million pounds for the NHS. Sir Tom was 99 years old when he embarked on his mission “to raise £1000 for NHS Charities Together by walking 100...

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ENTER BY THE DOOR

On my prayer walk this morning, I noticed a car with its rear door (boot lid) opened. It was so early in the morning that I doubted the owner had left it opened on purpose with the aim of returning to it. I was reminded of the morning I woke...

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WHAT GOOD CAN COME OUT OF 2020?

Every new year, we all have great expectations of what the days and months ahead would offer us. Each year, we hope to make it better than the previous year. We anticipate better relationships with family and friends, better discipline and a healthy lifestyle, a more prosperous and fruitful year,...

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CONTENTMENT IS GREAT GAIN

In a consumerist world where we are bombarded with adverts to lure us in buying things we probably can do without; contentment is great gain. Over and over again, we are encouraged by scripture to be people who value a life of contentment. In Proverbs 15:16-17, Solomon said, “Better is...

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A HAVEN FOR THE RIGHTEOUS

When I came to faith and started reading my Bible, I found it fascinating when I came across lyrics of Christians songs taken from scripture. It was so refreshing and encouraging to know that the songs I had sang and loved were inspired from those passages. This week, while reading...

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GIVING BACK TO THE GIVER

Since lock-down, I have taken the responsibility of doing the family’s food shopping, and I must admit that I am enjoying it. I now have the privilege of buying some treats for myself (sometimes all finished before I get home!) and for the children. A couple of weeks ago, I...

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