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We are an Incarnational People

He laid aside his outer garments, and taking a towel, tied it around his waist. Then he poured water into a basin and began to wash the disciples’ feet and to wipe them with the towel that was wrapped around … Continue reading

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Godliness

Paul, a servant of God and an apostle of Jesus Christ to further the faith of God’s elect and their knowledge of the truth that leads to godliness… (Titus 1:1) The gospel shapes our lives – it’s about understanding, which … Continue reading

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Thinking Thursday: Review of Epic

Last year, on a day out, I found the book Epic by John Eldredge in a charity shop. The concept intrigued me, so I bought it. I read it very quickly, and here is my review on Goodreads: What a … Continue reading

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Thinking Thursday: I’m Coming To Get You

If there was a man in a car shouting, I’m coming to get you! and revving the engine, you would be afraid and try to run away. If you were drowning in the sea and a man shouted, I’m coming … Continue reading

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Thinking Thursday: If You Give It Away

I saw a wonderful demonstration in a children’s talk in church last Sunday. If you have six jelly babies and give three away, you are left with three. If you have five jelly babies and you give three away, you … Continue reading

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Thinking Thursday: God’s Tabernacle

And God said, “Build me a Tabernacle, and I will dwell with my people. And the place where I will dwell will be the most holy place, separated by a veil, and only one man may come into my presence … Continue reading

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Thinking Thursday: A Tale of Two Sacrifices

One of Charles Dickens’ famous books is A Tale of Two Cities. It is set before and during the French Revolution and, towards the end of the book, Charles Darnay, an escaped French aristocrat finds himself in the Bastille prison, … Continue reading

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