What is MY SPOT?
Every so often at our little Church, we are given the opportunity to share with the community - what it is that God is doing in our lives. It is a personal sharing opportunity. We can talk about anything, or read a scripture, a prayer even a poem that has touched us in some way. I post here some of the sharing I have done.
These might interest you
- Rest In Peace Clare (JustMEinT)
- MODERN IDOLATRY and its consequences
- The Big Question – 3
- The Big Question – 2
- The Big Question – 1
- Seeking The Right Word
- Sounds Very Human
- Christian You Tube’s
- The Unforgivable Sin
- Who Can You Turn To and Who Can You Trust?
- Out with The Old and In with The New
- So The Pope is Retiring – what happens next?
- There is nowhere to hide
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Welcome, feel free to look around and leave a comment if you feel it is appropriate. Jesus is My Saviour, he is my friend and my life guide.
Category Archives: Holy Spirit
Traveling home in the car today I found myself bopping along to a Country Song playing on the radio. It was one I was unfamiliar with. The chorus grabbed my attention: Everybody wants to go to heaven But nobody wants … Continue reading
I came across an article today attributed to Catherine of Siena (1347-1380) Saint of the Church – who (it is said of her) heard the voice of God speaking to her. The article was about what Christians call The Unforgivable … Continue reading
From time to time I receive stimulating (short) Christian essays – and they make me stand up straight and put my spiritual thinking cap on. Take for example the story here: Because Thorgeir Thorkelsson was a respected citizen, the Icelandic parliament gave … Continue reading
~DEATH~ WHAT A WONDERFUL WAY TO EXPLAIN IT A sick man turned to his doctor as he was preparing to Leave the examination room and said, ‘Doctor, I am afraid to die. Tell me what lies on the other … Continue reading
A special prayer from all of us. Hi Lord, its me again. We are getting older and things are getting bad here. Petrol prices are too high, there are no jobs, food and heating costs are too high. … Continue reading
I like nothing better on a cold winter’s night than a good conspiracy theory or thriller to snuggle down with, in front of our wood fire. Once upon a time I enjoyed reading thrillers. Alistair Mclean was one of the early … Continue reading