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Tiredness and finding strength in God
I don’t know if it’s to do with the time of the year or some other reason, but lots of people who I know feel really tired. I know several people who are dreading Christmas and all the preparation it can … Continue reading
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When you run through life you will get tired
So much emphasis in the media has been on how young the current England football team is. Ironically the young England players found it harder to cope with the heat than their Italian opponents in their recent world cup match. … Continue reading
Posted in Faith, God is with us, God loves us, Holy Spirit, peace, Prayer, rest Tagged cramp, england, england vs italy, even youths grow tired and weary, Isaiah 40 28-31, life is a marathon not a sprint, play with pace, Psalm 62 1, sabbath, soul finds rest in God, those who hope in the lord will renew their strength, world cup 1 Comment