Tag Archives: God

Save Syria

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-23892594 If you follow the link above,  you will see what is happening in Syria right now. The government of that nation is using weapons against the people of the nation -not against armed and violent hordes who threaten the … Continue reading

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Don’t follow me, follow Jesus

God loves you… now read on. I’m not interested in drumming up business for anything -I’m an Anglican priest with a parish to work in and enough to do here in reality, I don’t need a cyber parish or a … Continue reading

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God the gardener

‘You will bring them in and plant them O Lord, in the sanctuary which your hands have established.’ God the gardener… In the books of the Hebrew Scriptures God is often referred to in terms of a gardener, establishing his … Continue reading

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From whom all holy desires –

‘O God, from whom all holy desires, all good counsels, and all just works do proceed: Give unto thy servants that peace which the world cannot give; that both our hearts may be set to obey thy commandments, and also … Continue reading

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Acedie and Academia

Part of preparation for ordination is the academic work which we undertake at theological college… it is an important integral part, though by no means enough in itself. I am now approaching ordination as a deacon at Michaelmas (September 29th) … Continue reading

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Human Being

I have finished three years at theological college, and although there is still written work to be completed, it will be completed alone, apart from the community of students and staff, who are on their summer break. Shortly my family … Continue reading

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Keeping the Faith

Sometimes it seems nothing is more simple than love… I don’t mean romantic shilly-shallying between couples on the verge of relationship… I mean LOVE, all love real love… the kind between a happy mother and child, or close siblings, or … Continue reading

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