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Category Archives: Bible
I came across this in Matthew Henry’s commentary on the Bible, in reference to 1 John 4:14-16. I’m going to quote the whole section because it’s well worth pondering on. The history of the Lord Christ is the history of … Continue reading
Commenting on 1 Peter 1:3-5, Paul Blackham writes the following: Life in this passing age is so fragile and fleeting. As the Scriptures say, our life is like smoke that quickly disappears. Whatever we achieve is soon forgotten. Who remembers … Continue reading
This is magnificent.
Psalm 90:13 So teach us to number our days that we may get a heart of wisdom. This might change the way I think about birthdays!
From Matthew Henry’s Commentary on Luke 5:1-11 Note, Even the best men are sinful men, and should be ready upon all occasions to own it, and especially to own it to Jesus Christ; for to whom else, but to him … Continue reading
I’ve been meaning to share this since the beginning of December, but time has just run away with me… But in case, like me, you’ve been rushing through this advent season, promising yourself time to stop and reflect once Christmas … Continue reading
adjective \tō-ˈti-pə-tənt, ˌtō-tə-ˈpō-tənt\ The Merriam-Webster Online dictionary defines ‘totipotent’ as… : capable of developing into a complete organism or differentiating into any of its cells or tissues <totipotent stem cells> Latin totus whole, entire + English -i- + potent being … Continue reading
I celebrated the Bank Holiday this past weekend with some time at home with my parents, some great food, a lovely bike ride, sitting in the garden, and finished it all off with a BBQ with my housemates. This has … Continue reading
They’ve not been forgotten. They’ve not been answered yet. My questions are still there – being refined and mulled over, informed by more reading and interesting conversations! One thing that I’ve been noticing, and this may seem glaringly obvious, is … Continue reading