Monthly Archives: March 2011

Shelly’s Dirge or Pippa’s Song?

We pick up the story in Luke 24:18-24. The two sad-faced friends were walking away from Jerusalem, commiserating with each other in their grief. On the way a stranger joined them. His identity remained anonymous. His inquiries suggested that He … Continue reading

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‘The Mind Of Christ’ by Ben Witherington

Jesus once asked his disciples, “Who do people say the Son of Man is?” (Matthew 16:13-16). We still struggle with that question today with all its implications. For his disciples he was “the Christ the Son of the living God.” … Continue reading

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The Fukushima Fifty & The Cross Of Christ

Did you read about the bravery and courageof “The Fukushima Fifty” following the devastating tsunami that hit Japan on the 10th March? Although they were given the name ‘The Fukushima Fifty’ there is said to have been between 100-200 engineers working around … Continue reading

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Children & The Images Of The Tsunami?

When I first saw the image on the news of the powerful and destructive force of the tsunami that struck Japan I was left speechless. And then come the trickling news of the tragic loss of life with the numbers … Continue reading

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My Story

It’s the 400th Anniversary of the printing of the King James Version of the Bible. It was the first Bible I bought – a cheap one. I was really embarrassed buying it. I don’t know why now. Says, the BBC, “It … Continue reading

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