Soon enough, the golden leaves will fall, the mighty oaks will bare their arms defiantly against the coming of winter. For a few weeks, we enjoy what poet John Keats called the “Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness.” … More Mellow Fruitfulness – Look, See, Pray
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
Like a rose, trampled on the ground… Thorns have roses, but beauty and truth that blossom unexpectedly is often ignored or cut down. Love never gives up. Jesus took the Fall for the Fallen. … More A Trampled Rose- Look, See, Pray.
Suffering and troubles are part of our existence. How can we respond? Jesus faced thorns and warned us of the cost of discipleship. … More There will be Thorns- Look, See, Pray
Reflecting and Doing According to Flanders and Swann, hippos like to wallow in glorious mud. Apparently, it’s good for their skin. As Christians we are called to wallow in God’s word – just as good for us but less messy. To help us keep God’s word hidden in our hearts (Ps 119:11) try this simple … More Isaiah 40:1-11 – Wallowing in the Word
Christmas Day – What do you get when you cross a far eastern electronics factory with Google translate? No, it’s not a weird cracker joke, although it sounds like one. The answer is Chinglish. There is the famous sign in the dry-cleaner’s window that says, ‘Gentlemen must drop their trousers here’, for instance. The words are all correct but somehow the meaning has got mangled. … More John 1:1-14