Monthly Archives: March 2012

Surrender – more than a word

“All to Jesus I surrender, all to him I freely give, I will ever love and trust him, in his presence daily live” Powerful words. But are they more than words of a hymn sung at church? What does it … Continue reading

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A small change makes the difference

Sometimes it’s the little changes that can make such a difference to our lives. This was shown recently when my little grandson Robert got stuck under a table!! It’s the same with us. We think we are going to be … Continue reading

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More than a symbol? A life beyond the cross

What if the cross became more than a symbol – not only in church, but in society as well. We wear it around our neck, place it on the spire of old churches, and inside our newer ones. What if … Continue reading

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When we delay too long …

To delay too long – is it the same as disobedience? Thats my thought for the day. Do we choose to delay because we are pondering a decision, or do is it actually disobedience because we have taken too long … Continue reading

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The Call

Pastor Mark Driscoll has left me with some thoughts, and questions regarding a ‘call on my life’. “A few questions that can help discern one’s heart’s motivation are: Have I made the call the driving force of my life, rather … Continue reading

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Lingering on the edge

It’s not ideal to always linger on the edge. At some point a decision has to be made on the direction one must take. For many years I have done just that. Lingered on the edges, always watching, always waiting. … Continue reading

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A place destined for me

William Booth once said, “I’ve found my destiny”. This was the beginning of what is now known as the Salvation Army  (1865). Destiny – for a while I have pondered, just what and where is my destiny? Like William Booth, … Continue reading

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