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My boat sits atop the ocean, the sky, and waves indistinguishable in the dead of night. I sense the wave coming and brace for the incalculable impact. Knuckles white with dread, I try to recall the glass-like sea, crystal-clear water and boat in motionless synchronicity, the air still and silent.
jeering a grin water-coloured crystal shimmer spindle-esque discs spin over, around and above on stilts like rainbow coloured clowns their secrets given up by the hummingbird whoosh tottering on tiny brittle twigs atop the wobble-legged table point on, slip a mil away crumpled mosaic to be floor candy … […]
Otherwise known as: The unread terms and conditions of humility. I have become quite uncomfortable with the level of humility God seems to want me to experience. It’s not that I’ve been (to my knowledge) particularly conceited or proud but that (as is often the case), I was unwise to ask for wisdom and understanding. […]
I get it though. It’s sometimes worth giving ourselves a pep talk, shooting from the hip and putting ourselves on the chopping block with all we’ve got, even if we are not sure we’ve got it at all. There’s merit in this, sure. But what happens when the ‘make it’ part doesn’t eventuate?
As a 21st Century Christian living in a country that prioritises religious freedom, it’s a common understanding that community is paramount to growth; being part of a like-minded group provides emotional and spiritual support and helps us work toward personal and corporate goals. This is a wonderful thing to see in action and its Biblical […]
What would happen if instead of coming to church to get ‘fuelled up’, we brought our offering of praise and thanksgiving – the result of daily personal communion with God – into the House of God?
It’s common to believe and agree that God speaks to people through the use of words; the Bible is the classic example of this with many accounts confirming that he does. But he also speaks in many other ways, and if we’re listening, not with our ears, but our hearts, we just might hear so […]