"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?
One Christmas, two months, one exam, four weeks of holiday and many amazing moments have passed since I last posted a post. And many quiet, arguably boring times too. Now, sitting in the quiet of my uni room, listening to 'God Almighty', I realise how unintentionally, I have moved away from that presence of my … Continue reading Forever falling short
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
The following verse KEEPS following me around this term. It has been preached by two separate speakers at CU events and when I was discussing this with a wonderful new friend, she said 'It's a bit cheesy but look, it has been my instagram bio for ages'. I literally had never listened to this verse … Continue reading The thorns in our sides
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