Monthly Archives: January 2007

Release your inner geek

I just couldn’t help it – here in glorious technicolour is The Age to Come, the pictorial edition: You can make a website graph of your own here. You know you want to. Hat tip to CaNN – they started … Continue reading

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What’s with the Anglicans then?

For those who are wondering why I haven’t posted anything on Anglicanism recently, well there has been other more pressing matters (sorry, I know, shocking, but nonetheless true) 😉 . Also, there’s plenty of other Anglican news and analysis coverage … Continue reading

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Conquering mammon

Forgive me, but I’m going through a bit of an ‘Elijah, meet cave’ time at the moment. Don’t really know why; probably all will be well shortly. In the meantime, let me bring you a little quote from this book: … Continue reading

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Mercy

I believe Mercy is our last best hope. Justice is good, it is desirable – and God is a just God. We get angry when we see injustice. But I am so glad that it does not stop there. For … Continue reading

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Ouch

OK, a brief diversion to the weather. As expected, the weather changed quite abruptly last night. 4pm yesterday all was quite tranquil at 6c (43F). Overnight, the winds changed to the North and arctic air came pouring in. Currently it … Continue reading

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Tsunami

Why am I giving these warnings? Is it to frighten, to bring fear and paralysis? No! The only fear I seek to bring is the type that is the beginning of wisdom. The Lord is deeply faithful, in Him can … Continue reading

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The heart of winter

I hope the word below speaks to you. If there is an intended audience, I suppose it would be those Christians who have allowed the thorns and weeds of life to grow and choke them; those who have let their … Continue reading

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