Monthly Archives: March 2011

Heavy Preaching

I’ve landed Jeremiah 14 to preach on at college mattins on Thursday… A friend suggested it might sound more upbeat if I delivered it as a rap… I’m not so sure: Jeremiah 14 remix… desert dub flava Drought and famine, … Continue reading

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Through the veil

Sitting in Evensong yesterday, singing the psalms, an image came to me of what our mortal life is like… the image was of all of us singing together in our rows, each with a long grey veil over our heads…  … Continue reading

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Walking to the Oasis

My spiritual director here at college said to me ‘all prayer is a journey’, and I believed him… because he is a wise old chap who prays fulltime as a vocation, and he looks like one of the Desert Fathers: … Continue reading

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Biblical Driving Schools

Travelling behind a car yesterday which was advertising a driving school, it was ‘Madina Driving’, a reference to one of the famous places in Islam that Mohammed spent much of his time based at, and where some parts of the … Continue reading

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