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9 July 2020

I`ll Do It Tomorrow or Maybe Next Month

by Dianne Jones

Recently, I was reading Hebrews 12:1 (let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us). I asked the Lord what hinders me running the race, and He said “Procrastination!” During lockdown, I have started organising...

8 July 2020

The Morning Hour

by Wendy Scott

Now I must confess that I am not a morning person, or rather I was not a morning person until I discovered this secret: that I need to meet with God first thing in the morning and reconnect with him daily. I need to feel secure in His unfailing love. I need to experience His presence and His arms around...

7 July 2020

The Right Decision

by Ken Rowat

The story in 2 Kings, Chapter 7, tells us that a man who had a skin disease spoke to his companions as they sat outside the main city of Samaria. The King of Syria had besieged the city and caused a great famine to be in the city. The men were obviously hungry and had to make a decision; stay where they...

6 July 2020

Rejoicing, Praying and Giving Thanks

by Liz Griffin

In my daily scripture reading one day I was excited to be reminded of the message of the apostle Paul to the Church (1 Thessalonians 5:16-18). My mind went back to 1979, when I was a fairly new Christian. A friend taught me what was known then as a ‘chorus’, from a Christian ministry called ‘Scripture...

5 July 2020

A Windy Day

by Alison Scarborough

Over the last few days the sun has been shining brightly and it has been windy, very windy. It’s been great drying weather for the washing I have been doing, or so you might think. It has actually felt more like a battle that has to be won. The locals, where I am staying at the moment, describe this...

4 July 2020


by Denise Cross

When I was young, my mother often used to say to me, “Patience is a virtue”. I guess, like most children, I was naturally impatient. Even as an adult I have found it hard to be patient sometimes. Prayers seem to go unanswered or promises haven’t yet been fulfilled, and many other areas of life...

3 July 2020

Be Still!

by Bernard Kariuki

Before our almost one-year-old-son Jason started crawling, changing him used to be one of the best moments we treasured, because he couldn’t go anywhere during this process. We would have face to face contact, we would giggle, chat and everything was smooth, quick and enjoyable for him and us. But...

2 July 2020

What Next?

by Richard Griffiths

A few days ago, our much-loved Golden Retriever, Bess, died. She went very peacefully, lying in the garden she loved. So ends over 45 years without a day when we haven’t owned a dog. We’ve decided not to get another one. In all the sadness of losing such a special friend (who’s featured in some...

1 July 2020

Living Through Loss

by Peter Horrobin

In Isaiah 61 the prophet is describing the work that the Messiah, Jesus, would do, including comforting those who mourn. When Jesus began His ministry, He confirmed that Isaiah had been writing about Himself by saying, “Today this scripture is fulfilled in your hearing” (Luke 4:21). There are many...

30 June 2020

Are You Wearing the Right Glasses?

by Dianne Jones

Last year I attended a wedding. As I sat in church reading the wedding service, I thought that the text seemed a bit blurred. When the service began, several other details seemed blurred too. Having had acute eye problems before, I got panicky in case this was happening again. It was only after the service,...

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