‘Because your love is better than life, my lips will glorify you. I will praise you as long as I live and in your name I will lift up my hands.’ –Psalm 63:3-4 I stood at the station on a frosty evening, the field and sky that surround the platform are a midnight black. The … Continue reading Train Station Peace
"What shall we say then? Shall we go on sinning, so that grace may increase? By no means! We are those who have died to sin; how can we live in it any longer? ... We were therefore buried with him...just as Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of the Father, we … Continue reading Sin after Salvation?
10th May 2016- "...Basically, this much has been made very clear to me: I need to absolutely live for God. In my head I've been going through ups and downs about what I think. It sounds ridiculous but I've actually considered 'renouncing' my faith in dramatic fashion, being super liberal at uni etc etc etc, … Continue reading Senegal Diary #2 – Living for God
Got such a long way to go with prayer but come so far over the years too. Rejoice that we have a God who we can tell all to! The good and bad. There are such highs and lows in how I see prayer working. Sometimes it feels like such a marathon to keep praying. … Continue reading A few thoughts about prayer
When I was in Senegal, writing a diary was a good way of seeing the ways God was faithful and sustaining to me when I looked back at it. Every now and again, I'm just going to write one out, exactly as I wrote it (never meaning it to be read by anyone). Hmm. We'll … Continue reading Senegal Diary #1- Earning God
My first post -This blog formed only in my head about a month ago when I was driving home from dropping my brother at a party and I got a little sentimental, overwhelmed by God! As per. The earliness of evening due to winter seemed particularly noticeable that night. The trees' leaves were just beginning … Continue reading Beautiful Nights and the heavy weight of God’s love