Monthly Archives: June 2004

If you go down to the woods today…

The last rehersal before the concert on Saturday (7:30pm, Harlington Parish Church). I think the choir had their best performance of the year so far. The troublesome pieces were dispatched with pleasing musicality, despite enduring possibly the warmest day of … Continue reading

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a.m.: Genesis 29:15-35 p.m.: Ephesians 3:14-19

Jacob, Leah and Rachael. Leah was in a loveless marriage because of custom and deceit – the oldest daughter would marry first, and Jacob was tricked. Jacob loved Rachael who was the younger daughter. There are quite a few points … Continue reading

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You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet

Phew, what a day. The Camberwell girls organised a rather fun-packed day in London. It all started just after noon with a boat from Waterloo Pier to Greenwich, taking in some of London’s most famous sights, including the Palace of … Continue reading

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You tried your best….

Lost 12-3 to Nigel at table tennis this evening. (Yes, that’s fifteen games in total!) Losing is not a problem, but a certain spectator remarked “Ah well, at least you tried your best”. What is the purpose of this saying? … Continue reading

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Isaiah 63:15-19

Prayer meeting this evening. We were reminded why we could pray to God from Isaiah 63:15-19. We have all turned away from God, even though he is our Creator and sustainer. Yet, if we trust in Christ, he has redeemed … Continue reading

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You can’t burn Nietzsche!

Saw The Day After Tomorrow this evening. Very impressive effects, with various ways of wreaking havoc and destruction on several well-known cities. The story is slightly silly in places, ok very silly in places, but entertaining and it does raise … Continue reading

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