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What do we do with you?

What do we do with you? You whose ways are not our ways. You who set the earth in place and yet skip like the young over mountains. What do we do with you who will not be set into … Continue reading

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This is the day.

This is the day. Not some other day, Some other world, some other time. This is the day. Today. This moment. This presence. These clouds lined with sunshine. This is the day. All I have is this day that you … Continue reading

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Waiting some more…

Four weeks into this maternity leave malarky and I want to keep the focus in living well in this waiting. I’ve written about the whole long term living thing before, about how the Bible doesn’t really express the long long … Continue reading

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Advent 21

There is such ambition that surrounds Christmas Day, such build up, most of the people I know are flapping around like headless chickens, somehow caught up in the desperate attempt to have bought all the food they want by today … Continue reading

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Advent begins

Today is Advent Sunday, the start of Advent, the period of waiting, remembering the first coming of Jesus and longing, aching for when he comes again.  I love this time of year, perhaps because it forces me to inject hope … Continue reading

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The start

We start our advent songs with some good old anticipation of what is going to happen. I’m reading Jeremiah at the moment, it’s not a pretty read and I’ve only got to the 10th chapter. It’s a heart wrenching read … Continue reading

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Wait.

This morning I got up at silly o clock, cycled to the station admiring the pretty sunrise and headed to London to talk to some women at breakfast about Advent. We thought about Jesus’ first coming and the waiting process … Continue reading

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