• The Music of Emmaus

    25 April, 2019

    It was Easter day. As two disciples walked to Emmaus from Jerusalem, their hearts burned within them, for Jesus too shared their journey. They said to each other, “Did not our hearts burn within us while he talked to us on the road, while he opened to us the Scriptures?” (Luke 24:32)…...[read more]

  • The Original Sense of Belonging

    6 October, 2018

    The time enters each man's life when he shall begin to call upon the Lord. This has been so since the very first post Eden dawn. Following history's first murder (the killing of Abel by his older brother Cain) Cain was hidden from the Lord's presence (Genesis 4:16), and: at that time…...[read more]

  • No Replacing True Friends#

    16 August, 2018

    Hard times will always reveal true friends. ~ anon In 1977, a group of teenagers gathered to form a band. Their names were Rick, Pete, Tony and Joe. The name of the band was Atomic Mass. Before you reach for your index of obscure rock bands, in 1978 they changed the name of the band to Def…...[read more]

  • Need A Top-Up?#

    12 July, 2018

    Sometimes we can give so much of ourselves we need a top-up. Recently I felt in desperate need of a break, that thirst to be somewhere different, and only in God's presence. I longed for His refreshment to flow over me, the settling of His whelming love to just let my mind rest. I prayed for a…...[read more]


    8 July, 2018

    It is our darkness that frightens us most. This is a mental testing. Too many reminders flood the soul with inadequacy, that sense of self-worthlessness and deficiency. It may be as simple as a fashion advertisement, or as enduring as those oft received criticisms in childhood. So I must scribble a…...[read more]

  • Waited Long?

    27 June, 2018

    Long have I wandered in God's word. His trails and tracks with its vistas and views always reach into my soul. Often my wandering opens my wondering. Wondering arrives in waiting rooms, where expectation is deferred and anticipation is as yet unmet. Waiting rooms can become bathed in worry…...[read more]

  • Let Me feel Hope - Please?

    19 April, 2018

    Too many, too long have lived at hell's doors. Visiting the vestibule of hell is surely a metaphor to living without hope. For, hell holds no hope. Torment is present while hope is absent. Hopelessness becomes its own tomb. Hope deferred makes the heart sick. (Proverbs 13:12) A Christian wit,…...[read more]

  • Soul Scaffold ~ Temptation's Wrestle

    9 November, 2017

    Temptation uncovers the desires of the heart. Faithfulness reveals the strength of the heart. The wrestles are in the middle. When tempted, no one should say, ‘God is tempting me.’ For God cannot be tempted by evil, nor does he tempt anyone; but each person is tempted when they are…...[read more]

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