Monthly Archives: June 2007

A brief pause

Post General Synod I really have the sense of the importance to get close to God, hear His heart and wait in Him. I think it takes a while to be able to start seeing clearly again after such an … Continue reading

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Something interesting

In the light of the things that I and others have been saying, I found this interesting. This blog will be back in ‘working order’ shortly as the Anglican Church of Canada General Synod is now finished. However, the rest … Continue reading

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The grief of the Father

Here is a prophetic word spoken to me last night at General Synod. It has been confirmed by others here in Winnipeg. Yesterday during the afternoon I felt a deep sense of grief over everything that is happening here in … Continue reading

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GS environ

Live blogging at the moment at the GS – Marlborough is an old hotel. It’s dark here, both physically and, as I perceive, spiritually. I feel the oppression here, physically aware of it…..prayers please…..

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Personal observations from General Synod

A couple of things for thought and prayer, not the time to make this look too pretty… 1) Cracking thunderstorm last night here in Winnipeg, seemed to me that what was going on in the physical was only emulating the … Continue reading

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The song of victory

Psalm 22 v30-31 NIV 30 Posterity will serve him; future generations will be told about the Lord. 31 They will proclaim his righteousness to a people yet unborn— for he has done it. Amen! Though this may be just one … Continue reading

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General Synod right ahead……

So, here we are. Suddenly this whole General Synod thing seems to be right ahead and I’ll be seeing what I can do to help the orthodox Christian voice in that place. You’ll find me blogging from here during that … Continue reading

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