Monthly Archives: July 2014

Romans: Being Old Enough to Know Better.

I’m not going to pretend to understand that I know what is going on in the Middle East, but this, discovered on Facebook (and please note that I don’t necessarily ascribe to any other opinions that this site offers) , … Continue reading

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Romans: Circumcision of the Heart

It’s been a long day and an even longer week. We are having the most amazing thunder storms and right now the weather is hot and sticky. Today has been the day for Village Markets (Nether Wallop) and fĂȘtes (Amport), … Continue reading

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Romans: Patiently doing Good

As I read today’s portion of Paul’s letter to the Romans, I am reminded of ‘Subo’ or Susan Boyle to give her due respect. I wonder if you remember her first appearance on Britain’s Got Talent, where she was ridiculed for … Continue reading

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Romans: Heart of Worship

I have to admit to my heart dropping when I read the text for today’s encounter with Paul’s letter to the Romans. It is not a joyful or even celebratory passage, it speaks of God’ wrath, of ungodliness, of wickedness … Continue reading

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