Monthly Archives: October 2005

a.m.: John 20:10-18 p.m.: Nehemiah 4

Mary Magdalene evidently loved her Lord very much. She was not content to just walk away from the empty tomb, but peered in again and saw the angels in the tomb where Jesus should’ve been. It would seem the magnitutde … Continue reading

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Congratulations Tim and Joy!

A slightly different Saturday from usual, for me anyway, as I ushered (with a few others) the wedding of Tim and Joy. Alas, it involved an early start, as even though the ceremony commenced at 2pm, I had agreed to … Continue reading

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The eve of a perfect day?

Today was one of those days where I’m glad to be alive. Tim, a good friend of mine is getting married tomorrow and we went through the motions of its rehersal this evening. He and his fiancee make a wonderful … Continue reading

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What is man that you are mindful of him?

For the director of music. According to gittith. A psalm of David. O LORD, our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth! You have set your glory above the heavens. From the lips of children and infants … Continue reading

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All from memory

In this evening’s violin lesson, I started off being challenged to play various scales from memory. I started off OK with G and A major, but came unstuck on a chromatic starting on G! The rest of the lesson was … Continue reading

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All working correctly

Well, after a week away feeling ill, and many weeks with dodgy ankles, tonight’s football game felt normal for once! No longer were my ankles feeling fragile, nor was my immune system fighting off an infection. The only reason I … Continue reading

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a.m.: Genesis 18:16-33 p.m.: Nehemiah 3

As Abraham came before God to pray for Sodom and Gomorrah, a number of things are can be seen, things which should affect our prayers. To start with, Abraham is prompted by God. God let’s Abraham know what will happen … Continue reading

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A draw…

An interesting, if slightly busy day. First port of call was ABC Music in Kew to source a replacement digital piano for the church. The main considerations were quality of tone, as this instrument was to be used to aide … Continue reading

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