Monthly Archives: March 2006

a.m.: Mark 1:35-39 p.m.: Hebrews 1

Even though Jesus was very busy doing his Father’s will, he always prayed to his Father. He made time for prayer, and deliberately went out to find somewhere quiet to pray. If this is true for God the Son, how … Continue reading

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Catching some air

Another Saturday, another football match against Cranford Baptist church. A slightly better result for HWEC this time, resulting in a 7-2 victory, mostly as we had a more cohesive team. I must admit, I’m completely shattered now – not withstanding … Continue reading

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Slough

Come friendly bombs and fall on Slough! It isn’t fit for humans now, There isn’t grass to graze a cow. Swarm over, Death! Come, bombs and blow to smithereens Those air-conditioned, bright canteens, Tinned fruit, tinned meat, tinned milk, tinned … Continue reading

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Stack overflow?

I’m not sure what I’m being taught in my violin lessons is actually sinking in anymore. I seem to spend more of my time practicing stuff I should’ve practiced, rather than practicing the stuff I’ve been set to practice from … Continue reading

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