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Faith thoughts'I come in the little things, Saith the Lord.
Not borne on morning wings Of majesty'
...from Immanence by Evelyn Underhill,
(Mrs. Stuart Moore)
The Oxford Book of English Mystical Verse. 1917.
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Reflecting on a pilgrimage to Papua New Guinea in 2015 with Norwich Diocese UK, Rockhampton Diocese, Australia and Waiapu Diocese, New Zealand. Meeting so many people of strong Christian faith, real joy. Video of traditional greeting at Kimbe airport in … Continue reading
Moment of joy are uplifting snapshots of wonder and amazement. They happen without any planning, divine timing maybe? I was watching a David Attenborough programme where the camerman was poised above the blue ocean on a flimsy looking construction. He … Continue reading
From Papua New Guinea to England, there is joy in every place. Sometimes we just do not see it! At a community school, where all the staff are volunteers and life is quite hard, the chair of governors welcomes our … Continue reading
Lent is a time for reflection and for giving things up. But why can’t it also be a time for joy! This year as part of a Lent Reflection I will be posting about joy. Joy can be seen … Continue reading
Three years ago I come back from the Holy Land where I had first-hand experience of Mount Tabor, seeing and walking in in the place where the Transfiguration happened. What was it that Jesus was asking his disciples here? Why … Continue reading
To show or to make known, to be made manifest, the meaning of Epiphany. It is also a revelation or an ‘epiphany’, when all becomes clear. In church it is marked by the colours of gold and white and is … Continue reading
When the presents are unwrapped and the food is all eaten, what happens next? In recent traditions Boxing Day and the days of holiday time, are spent in doing things, going for a walk, taking the dog and the children … Continue reading
A time of festivity, of giving, a time of love and laughter, of friendship and togetherness. Twinkling lights in the midst of darkness, presents and gifts, trees brought in the house and traditions to mark this special time. Christmas, the … Continue reading
Sitting at the computer and knowing the daylight will soon be going, even though it is only 2.00pm, brings thoughts to mind of all those without a warm home. A world full of anguish and uncertain futures. I have just … Continue reading