Monthly Archives: July 2005

a.m.: John 19:28-30 Matthew 22:1-14

After Jesus had completed his work on the cross, we are reminded of his humanity. The living water who quenches the thirst of all who put their faith in him was thirsty. He had waited until he had finished before … Continue reading

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Wet wet wet…

Well, another week has been spent wandering around Tywyn, Wales. It’s hard to believe a whole year has passed since I was last helping out at a camp run by Christian Camps in Wales. It was good to meet up … Continue reading

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Seventy-seven

Then Peter came to Jesus and asked, “Lord, how many times shall I forgive my brother when he sins against me? Up to seven times?” Jesus answered, “I tell you, not seven times, but seventy-seven times…” Mt 18:21

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I’m dead set on living.

As films go, War of the Worlds wasn’t a bad film. It was fairly faithful to the original story, with very impressive special effects. The only major axe to grind was that it was possibly too long, running for almost … Continue reading

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Morris Dancing?

Possibly learnt something unusual this evening in my violin lesson. It would appear the great English tradition of Morris Dancing is somehow derived from the African Moors (Moorish Dancing originally I guess)! Anyway, to make my violin playing slightly more … Continue reading

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a.m.: John 19:16-23 p.m.: Ephesians 6:23-24

Every verse of John’s account of Jesus’ crucifixion tells us something of the magnitude of what is happening. In verse 16 of chapter 19, the authorities have charge of God the Son. If the individuals had realised who they had … Continue reading

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Routine

Rather sooner than I expected, life is back to the usual routine. After spending Thursday washing the Kenyan dust out of all my clothes – with the trusty washing machine, I was back at work on Friday. Saturday was also … Continue reading

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Around the world in….however long it takes…

create your own visited country map or write about it on the open travel guide I need to see more of the world I think. 🙂

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Jambo!

Well, I’ve been away from the blog for a while, just over a fortnight I think. This seems to be happening a lot recently! Anyway, for the curious, I’ve been in Kenya with some friends. If you’re interested in finding … Continue reading

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