Category Archives: Bible

Treasure

  I recently spoke at my church on the subject of Treasure -‘riches stored in secret places’ . The talk was developed from an extended meditation on bible passages about treasure, riches, gold and silver. I only scraped the surface – … Continue reading

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Meet Spot…

Meet Spot, my latest ‘excuse’ for not posting. Spot, aka Microchip, is a Lancashire Heeler – a rare British dog breed. We found one wandering in the road over 20 years ago, and I was thrilled to find that he … Continue reading

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Reading the Bible can be good for your Mental Health

Here is a copy of an article which I wrote for a local paper, the ‘Lymington Times’, and which was published in October 2004 – 9 years ago but still relevant today.  Sunday 10th October was World Mental Health Day. … Continue reading

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God’s Law – It’s not Legalism

This is the script of a talk I gave at Lighthouse Community Church yesterday: Following on from what Steve F has told us about God not being a harsh task master and David C, that there’s no right way of … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Praying Against Panic And Anxiety

Originally posted on Big Circumstance:
In a world where stress is endemic and various therapies have arisen to help people combat it, do you ever wonder how a professional from that field views the place of Christian faith in dealing…

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reblog – God knows us, and still loves us

Originally posted on hometogo232:
Today I am reminding myself (and maybe others of you as well), that God loves me very much. I was going to write this post a few days ago but for some reason I held off…

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Reading the Bible – Part 1

Last year we celibrated 400yrs since the publication of the King James Bible. It’s the one book that’s had the greatest impact on western culture. It’s also been called one of the least-read best-sellers. Do you plan on reading the … Continue reading

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