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Are you looking for Hope? Try Romans 15.13
If you turn on a tap, you expect water. If you pour from a carton of juice then you expect juice. When you ask God to pour something into your life, what do you expect? According to Romans 15.13, God … Continue reading
The One About Sleeping Peacefully
Have you ever thought about how daft the phrase sleeping like a baby is? Babies do sleep peacefully at times, but they are also helpless. If they have a wet or dirty nappy, they have been sick or they feel unwell … Continue reading
Posted in change, Faith, God is our father, God is with us, God loves us, parenting, peace Tagged being open to change, God of hope fill you with joy and peace, God's face smile on us, God's gift of peace, let god change you, peace, pour our your hearts, psalm 4, Psalm 4.8, sleep in peace, sleeping like a baby ironic Leave a comment
The One About Praying in Dark Times
If someone who you cared for was executed because of their faith and at the same time another person who you knew was imprisoned because of their beliefs, what would you do? When one church went through this, they gathered to pray. … Continue reading
Posted in Faith, hope, Life experiences, Prayer, Relationship with God Tagged acts 12, acts 4, acts 4 29-30, acts 4 prayer, an angel sets peter free, do we understand what prayer is?, God of hope fill you with joy and peace, ingredients of prayer, Jesus is the light, Jesus the light of the world, life experiences, my lighthouse, peter miraculously frees, put your hope in God, the darkness acan never extinguish the light, the darkness can never extinguish the light, The light is more powerful than the darkness, The light shines the brightest in the darkest places, what should we pray about 2 Comments
On the Saturday of Easter week did it feel to the disciples like Jesus and God had failed?
The day between Good Friday and Easter Sunday is a reminder of how life often feels. The disciples must have been distraught as they tried to come to terms with what had happened and we can only imagine how they … Continue reading
Posted in Easter week explained, Faith, God is with us, Holy week, Holy week explained, hope Tagged despair, Easter Saturday, God of hope fill you with joy and peace, Gods priority is the salvation of the world, hope, Romans 15 13, sundays coming, the disciples mourn Jesus, Your comfort is not Gods priority 4 Comments
Hope in a hopeless world: Mockingjay Part 1
I have just seen Mockingjay and thought it was an amazing and thought-provoking film. Catching Fire finished with Katniss being rescued and taken to District 13 where the resistance was based. The ending left me with a feeling that things … Continue reading
Posted in Being honest about our faith, Faith, film, hope, Life experiences, Life in all it's fullness, Overflowing Tagged christian review of mockingjay, despair, God of hope fill you with joy and peace, hiding or facing up to pain, hope, katniss, Mockingjay part 1, overflow with hope, Romans 15 13, the bible and mockingjay Leave a comment