Category: Thoughts

Lord, don’t you care!

Earlier this week I was struggling to do my workout. I just did not want to do it. So instead I spent a long time thinking about writing up a new workout plan instead. Perhaps I needed to go for another P90x run through…then I thought about how I’d need a new pull up bar…so…

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Benefits of Blogging

Since re-starting my blogging endeavours, it’s not taken long to appreciate the familiar benefits. Encouraged to learn more. In order to continue writing it helps to have fresh material. Becoming a life long learner is also one of the ways that I pursue God’s heart – through a posture of receptivity and learning. Encouraged to…

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Mentored by Authors

Anyone who has been around this blog for long enough will know that I love to read. But from March 2020 up until now, I have deliberately taken a few steps back from reading “Christian” books. (Don’t get me wrong, I’ve read a few!) But, relatively speaking, I cut back a significant chunk. Why? Well,…

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Approaching 200 followers…

I got a notification from WordPress this morning letting me know someone else had ‘followed’ my blog, bringing the total to 199. I realised I was quickly running out of time to write this post! I am under no delusion, that many of the ‘followers’ don’t read my posts and may not even be involved…

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3 Prayer Tools for 2021

Excuse the number orientated blog post title! The best way to learn how to pray, is by praying. Plain and simple. I find it off-putting when Christians make prayer a complex ritual, that needs countless hours of study and expertise in order to get right. When Jesus was asked ‘how to pray’, He gave a…

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Little, but often

When I was in Junior School (around 12years old) we had these end of year tests called SATS – don’t ask me what they stood for. I don’t think they even do them anymore. Anyway, I’m rambling! In preparation for these determiners of fate and class setters, I asked my teacher how to revise. (Ever…

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