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Water water everywhere

Water water everywhere

buy Lyrica 150 mg online By on May 3, 2014 in Blog |

Mezhdurechensk When you’re immersed in something, there’s often nothing better than trying to step back and look at the situation through God’s eyes. I have not quite been literally immersed in it, but the recent flooding affected me wherever I went. A few weeks ago I started with trying to get to the King’s Centre in Oxford for a Sunday meeting of our church, with waters lapping...

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Why we need to Study Theology

Why we need to Study Theology

uxorially By on Mar 29, 2014 in Blog |

As I watched my Grandson, Daniel, dressed as a donkey in his nativity play, with all his classmates as kings, shepherds and angels visiting Mary and Joseph in the stable, I began to wonder what the Bible actually says about the birth of Jesus.  I went back to the Gospel accounts and was quite surprised how little was recorded of this very familiar story.  Only...

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“Crammed in like Sardines”

“Crammed in like Sardines”

By on Mar 26, 2014 in Blog |

“There’s nowhere to sit or stand, the choir loft’s full, it’s out to the back,” says Father Joe Mills, the parish priest at St Mary’s Roman Catholic church in Duntocher, near Clydebank. It is Christmas Eve and many other churches are having the same ‘problem.’ So why does it only happen at Christmas? What is so special about the...

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God in the Deluge

God in the Deluge

By on Mar 19, 2014 in Blog |

If those living in the UK over the last two months are anything like me, then they too, I am sure, have had enough of this terrible weather.  It feels to me as though our television screens have been on an endless loop of showing more and more iconic images of waves pummelling our coastline, and of communities inundated with flood water.  And yes, it is official: we...

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“Then the eyes of the blind shall be opened….”

“Then the eyes of the blind shall be opened….”

By on Mar 17, 2014 in Blog |

Isaiah prophesied “Then the eyes of the blind shall be opened….” John 9 Upon reading and studying the bible it is becoming clear to me that I need to pay as much attention to what is not written down in this collection of books, as I do to what is. Information not written, perhaps, because the readers are assumed to have a certain amount of knowledge already. They...

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