Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Spirit of the Sovereign Lord

I recently stayed for a couple of nights in Guildford (with the family I lived with before I moved to Derbyshire at Easter 2010). The reason for my visit to Surrey was to visit the hospital my sister is presently staying in, as … Continue reading

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Forget-me-not

I was reminded a couple of times over this last weekend (firstly on Saturday whilst I was walking with members of the Church and passed a waterfall and secondly when Helen read from Isaiah 61 in the service on Sunday … Continue reading

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The Lord’s my Shepherd

Today is one of my “special” days. The anniversary of the day I was christened in St Mary’s Church in Northolt in 1953; a Grade 1 listed church, parts of which are thought to date back to the 13th century. According … Continue reading

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