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Psalm 62: Giving our Stress and Worries to God Video Resource
Are you worried and stressed? If so, Psalm 62 is for you. In the Psalm, David pours out his heart, describing how he was barely hanging on and that he felt like a broken fence. As well as expressing his … Continue reading
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The One About the Video Tape that Needed to Rewind
While we were on holiday a few years ago, my children watched a film on a video tape and when it had finished they asked to watch it again and so I pressed rewind. After a few seconds they reminded … Continue reading
Are you fearful in the face of Brexit?
The past 24 hours has been incredibly difficult for many people who voted remain in the EU Referendum. This post is to offer some thoughts on how we can cope when we feel, sad, scared, gutted and worried using some words from Psalm … Continue reading
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The one about the Flat Battery
So, I ran out at high-speed and jumped into the car and as I turned the key and the engine did nothing :(. The car had a flat battery because we had only used it for very short journeys for a few … Continue reading
Posted in Being honest about our faith, Faith, Life experiences, Relationship with God, rest, restoration Tagged alternator, charging up, find rest in God, flat battery, how do we rest?, jump start, letting go of work and stress, living for God energizes us, Psalm 62 1, rest, sabbath, soul finds rest in God, what gives you rest 1 Comment
As part of a recent birthday celebration, we had breakfast at a local Premier Inn (I wonder if I should ask them to sponsor this blog post?) The Premier Inn breakfast is especially good value for a family of 6, because … Continue reading
Posted in Faith, God loves us, Life experiences, Life in all it's fullness, Prayer, Relationship with God, rest, restoration Tagged buffet breakfast, how do we care for our soul?, how do we nourish our soul?, my soul finds rest in God alone, premier inn breakfast, Psalm 62 1, self service breakfast, soul service Leave a comment
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