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It is a strong, timid, solitary and hard-to-find member of the heron family, whose brownish-red plumage bears a number of dark streaks, and which lives among the reeds in marshy wetland.
God has promised to guide us in the way we should follow.
Our faith bumps into surprise and dances with doubt, like Peter’s and John’s.
How can we be more aware of God’s constant presence with us and of the pattern of his working in the spheres in which we live our life?
We have to learn that a complainer is no good to the world.
God is like a dynamic of love who enters the world so as to redeem and include sinners in its eternal, ecstatic embrace.
Spurgeon's famous sermon turns 130 years old.
The greatest desire of God is to have a deep relationship with us, His children.
In the Bible, saffron is only mentioned in the Song of Songs, as one of the most prominent aromatic spices, and with the aim of highlighting the beauty of the beloved.
What’s the point of doing if it isn’t doing what we do for other people and with other people?
Did Moses go bonkers?
The horses of the ‘Franches’ are amongst the hardiest that exist.
Sometimes it seems that helpfulness has gone out of fashion, but it hasn't.
We need the confidence that we have something worthy to say and the courage to say it.
The need to shut down once a week.
As I reach the edge of the forest, I stumble on a relevant thought that appears as if by magic in a corner of my mind.
Even those who say God doesn't exist blame Him when things go wrong.
Why is it that, despite feeding on decomposing animal flesh, vultures never catch any diseases?
A couple of years ago a Syrian pastor from Damascus preached at my church and told us a story that I will never forget.
Three ways you may unwittingly kill your neighbour.
I remember one young man who never told me his name or address. He gave me his Olympic Volunteer jacket when he found out I was a foreign visitor.
Defining a Christian's relationship to the Law of Moses.
Constantly watching others can make us lose sight of our own goals.
Henna is only referred to twice in the Song of Songs (chapter 1:14 and 4:13), in relation to beauty, fragrance and love.
Five tests from the pen of J.C. Ryle (1816-1900).