Tag Archives: James

Epiphany 3: Let’s go fishing

  Sometimes the message we have to give isn’t the message people want to hear. Sometimes we have to protect ourselves as the old adage ‘don’t shoot the messenger’ becomes dangerously close to the truth. Sometimes it isn’t the message … Continue reading

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Who do you say that I am? (Washing your mouth out with soap and water!)

I wonder if you ever suffered the consequences of saying the wrong thing at the wrong time and having to eat soap as a punishment? This is still an effective anti-dote to bad language or unkind words, and even easier … Continue reading

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Worshipping Together as a Team: Saying What you Mean and Meaning what you Say.

Jesus speaks of ‘the tradition of the elders’. Earlier he had declared all foods as being ‘clean’ and now he speaks against the rituals of purity which the Jewish elders hold so dear. The traditions of the elders are their … Continue reading

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