O, come let us adore Him

I adore that dress` was a phrase I overheard someone say when walking around a department store recently. And that saying epitomises a society that really loves to adore. For example, many people adore buying clothes, jewellery or that electronic device, while others adore a sporting hero or pop idol. Numerous people adore their families […]

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The waiting game

One thing I love doing but especially over Christmas is playing games. And whether they are board, electronic, verbal, written or physical games, they can all bring so much fun and laughter. But one game I hate playing is: `The Waiting Game`, the game of waiting for something to happen, waiting to get seen, waiting […]

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The walls come tumbling down

With Germany having just celebrated the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the TV news coverage stirred many poignant memories for me. In 1984 and whilst on holiday to East and West Germany, I found myself camped by the Berlin Wall and from where my tent was positioned, I could peer through […]

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Sacrificial love

Greater Love has no-one than this, that He lay down His life for His friends` [John 15:13] What is so special about the Poppy on Remembrance Sunday? Why not use a buttercup or daisy? Poppies grow naturally in conditions of disturbed earth and so in 1914 when the fields of Northern France and Belgium, especially […]

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What a load of rubbish!

As I wondered about what to write for my article, the binmen suddenly appeared on my drive to collect my rubbish which immediately prompted my thoughts for this week. And as the dustmen tipped my wheelie bin into the cart freeing its contents, I found myself saying, `What a load of rubbish` especially as there […]

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