In the rush and noise of life, as you have intervals, step home within yourselves and be still. Wait upon God, and feel His good presence; this will carry you evenly through your day’s business.
Jeremiah 28 gives the perfect example of how to respond to something you know is wrong in a gracious and godly manner - and with a humility that accepts you might be wrong yourself.
Not everybody can be famous but everybody can be great, because greatness is determined by service. Martin Luther King Jr.
I have read about someone who was beaten up by Grenfell Tower protesters, mistaken for the CEO of Grenfell Tower’s management company, whereas he had been volunteering to support the victims.
In Numbers 9, the Israelites are pressing Moses for an answer on a difficult question regarding the law. They are commanded to keep the Passover, but that law clashes with the law concerned uncleanness after touching a corpse. What should they do?
It took me a long time to find the right writing desk, and it finally arrived at the weekend - so thank you!
The Bishop of Birmingham is delighted to announce today that Rev Ben Green has been appointed as the next Vicar of Amington.
Mum sent me this wonderful video yesterday, and I played it during communion at our Maundy Supper last night. It is a beautiful piano arrangement of the old hymn When I Survey, while a painting of the words is slowly revealed.
This morning I read Psalm 88 as part of Morning Prayer . It is a song of isolation, rejection, trouble, and - probably - depression. The psalmist cries to God and yet God stays hidden. He lists his tr..
David wrote Psalm 30 for the dedication of the Temple, praising God for helping and healing him when David called for help. He calls on the people to praise God, for his anger is only temporary.