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"Let it grow!"

"Let it grow!"

I’m not much of a gardener! In fact I don’t really know much about gardening; I plant flowers, shrubs, vegetables, herbs, and expect them to get on with it while I go off and do other things. I am not very patient in the garden. I want it to look...

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Devotional

Glastonbury -Heaven or Hell?

The 2013 Glastonbury Festival started in earnest today (Friday) when Liam Gallagher made a surprise 11am appearance on The Other Stage. The former Oasis singer led out with ‘Flick of the Finger’ the recent single with his band Beady Eye, followed by the Oasis hit Morning Glory to the delight...

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Lifestyle

Prayers on a tightrope

Nik Wallenda is no stranger to danger, having completed more than a few tightrope walks. In June 2012 he completed a walk of 1,800 feet over Niagara Falls, and yesterday, just over a year later, he completed a tightrope walk over the Little Colorado River Gorge near the Grand Canyon,...

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Lifestyle

The Cavern

The object seemed cylindrical and protruded out from the blackness of the cave entrance. It shimmered with light, and yet was not solid. Geoff felt the wind on his beard, moving him, swirling around him, examining him, before he noticed it moving the object, caressing it with unseen fingers....

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The Morning

(Winner of the Faithwriters.com weekly challenge competition – Exhale – August 22, 2013)

It was a morning just like all his previous mornings: wake up, wash, dress, eat, go to work, and again the ever present feeling that there was something missing in his life. Jeff was no stranger to...

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Girlguiding UK removes God from Promise

Girlguiding UK will no longer recite the phrase, ‘to love my God’ when they say the Promise. They have issued a press statement which reads, “In the new Promise, which will take effect from 1 September 2013, the words ‘to be true to myself and develop my beliefs’ will...

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'God separated light from darkness....'

It would seem timely that, today, as I begin to write about my journey through the Bible, that the BBC reported the discovery by Europe’s Planck satellite that primeval light was most probably separated from darkness, just as God said it was in Genesis 1:3,4:

“Then God said, ‘Let...

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Across the cross

Racked with pain he looked at the man next to him. It took all his strength just to turn his head, the pain in his lungs was unbearable; he knew he was in the last moments of his life.

A voice, derisive, echoed around the valley. He tried to ignore it....

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Will Jesus be remembered this weekend?

THE GREATEST VICTORY

What would you consider to be the greatest victory in any battle? It is a subjective question because each of us will have different views depending on our culture and patriotism. The ‘greatest victory’ in one person’s perspective could be the greatest defeat or humiliation...

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God, the World, and You!

321 The story of God, the World, and You. From the guys at 321.revivalmedia.org

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Why write about Jesus?

I was considering the reason for writing about Jesus on this website yesterday, and whether it was appropriate or not. So I asked the Lord. ‘Lord, I said, ‘should I be doing this, is this something you want or not?’

His command is in Psalm 96: 2,3:

“Sing to the Lord, praise...

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Why Halloween?

It’s Halloween time again! Images of ghosts, evil characters, monsters, death and gore flood our media, and provide commerce with increased income. Children roam the streets dressed as monsters and ghouls playing pranks on people, tricking and treating.

I was discussing Halloween at work today and of course we talked about...

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Let's celebrate marriage

A video explaining why marriage should not be redefined, produced for the Coalition for Marriage (UK)

Coalition for Marriage

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