Monthly Archives: December 2007

a.m.: Matthew 1 p.m.: John 12:37-50

As we’ve been considering the name of God over the past few weeks, we come to the name which above every other name – Jesus the Christ. Just as the name of the Father reflects his character, so the name … Continue reading

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a.m.: John 12:20-36 p.m.: Matthew 20:20-28

In the bible, the name of God is not just a tag, but it represents him. As such, not only are we to not use it lightly, but we are to afford it due glory and praise. Just as Jesus … Continue reading

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Slow, Slow. Quick, Quick…

A rather relaxing day to start with, mostly spent having breakfast, playing the piano, playing the violin, tidying the house, doing some food shopping and trying to fix the installation of Direct X on my Windows box. For some reason, … Continue reading

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This one’s a little weird

Started learning the Sicilienne attributed to Paradis which is rather tricky – especially as it’s only classified as grade 5! The Mozart Bagatelle is beginning to become second nature now, all I need to do is get it up to … Continue reading

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a.m.: Exodus 20:7 p.m.: Matthew 10:34

When most people think of the third commandment, they have a very narrow view concerning its application. It’s often only thought to concern bad language such as swearing and blasphemous vulgarity. However, as Christians, it’s not just what we say … Continue reading

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Tuppence a bag

Whilst it may have only cost tuppence to feed the birds, it usually costs £9.50 to enter St. Paul’s Cathedral! Compared to £5 to enter Salisbury Cathedral, this seemed a little steep. Fortunately, Southwest Trains have a 2 for 1 … Continue reading

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