This Easter, we can use the bluebells to remind us of the promise kept. Every year, the bluebells rise from the dark earth and herald joyous Life. It is hard to be miserable in a bluebell wood- and hard to be sad when Jesus rises from the dark Tomb and shines the Light of the World with the fragrance of Holy Love. … More Promise Kept- Look, See, Pray
The Resurrection told in Chocolate Bars You are a Roman soldier telling what happened on the first Easter morning. Have all the chocolate bars laid out in order and hold them up at the appropriate moments. The egg should be one that comes in two halves so that you can open it to show the … More Easter Resources – 30 Pieces of Chocolate
The last few leaves remaining on the beech tree. A few survived the autumnal cull, a few more clung on through the frostiest nights… but now it is all over bar the final flutter.
New buds and shoots are forming in the longer light and warmer airs. They will put fresh pressure on old joints, and the “old guard” are already colourfully crisp and comatose. Out with the old, and in with the new! … More Last Rites of Winter? Look, See, Pray
Sometimes it is tricky to see the miraculous in the muddle of the everyday. You are fishing with your mates – you don’t expect God to being barbecuing on the beach. You are walking along to road, chatting over the latest news – you don’t expect the headline to appear at your side. … More Luke 24:36-48 – Hope in the Muddle
Every Good Friday ends in tears. Easter Saturday is a remembrance of hopeless sorrow and grief. Then begins Resurrection Day! via Love Wins- Look, See, Pray — The Reflectionary
Every Good Friday ends in tears. Easter Saturday is a remembrance of hopeless sorrow and grief. Then begins Resurrection Day! … More Love Wins- Look, See, Pray
I like Thomas. I too am a sceptic. I’m about a sciency and rational as you can get. And I am currently studying theology.
Isn’t that a bit … well … inconsistent?