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on Psalm 130

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] When desperate, to Jesus call, for nothing else can help at all: don’t want to quit, give up, so cry – ‘I...
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Gold cherry

Bog Brilliance

Dark and dank and waterlogged – … secluded haunt of otter shy, sheltered from intrusions idle – sunshine flag gives indication, … no invitation to wander pleasantly up yonder … enjoy my lemon brilliance …

Thoughts from Psalm 123

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] When travelling to Jerusalem, they lift their eyes to see their place of worship afar off, but higher still...

Merry Royal Wives of Windsor

Happy and merry to welcome a boy – mother, aunt, grandma united in joy for safety, and love at a new addition with Mum and child in healthy condition, for though …
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Up Carningli

(north Pembrokeshire 7/5/19) Beautiful lush green peaceful Gwaun Valley: walk up through woods of birdsong on to the heathland – bilberry, gorse, heather beginning to green … scramble up the path through the highest pile of rocks to the ‘crow’s nest’ with 360° views … :careful!

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424 of my comments have received 428 Great Feedback votes

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I rather like Jenny's

Posted on Thu, 23 May 2019

I rather like Jenny's offering!

In the old people's home I visit, it seems to need someone else to stir memory sharing, and they seem to organise that quite lot. In my visits I have to write down to stir Mum-in-law's memories and they do...

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Posted in Older Men Talking

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Is it worth removing some by

Posted on Tue, 21 May 2019

Is it worth removing some by hand!!. Will be interesting to see how well the lillies to survive. Rhiannon

typo in line 5 'shall'?

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Posted in I Didn't Kill the Scarlet Beetles

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The photo and your writing

Posted on Tue, 21 May 2019

The photo and your writing brings to thought this 'house through time' again, the worn steps used by so many. Rhiannon

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Posted in How Many Steps

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Nice play on 'petrify'!

Posted on Tue, 21 May 2019

Nice play on 'petrify'!

At Mr St Helens, the pressures caused the sediments to become hard rocks quickly too I think. Rhiannon

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Posted in The Volcanic Soul

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A relaxing picture, peaceful

Posted on Sun, 19 May 2019

A relaxing picture, peaceful except for the wind and waves! Rhiannon

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Posted in At Lake Babine BC

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A lovely first verse! Your

Posted on Mon, 13 May 2019

A lovely first verse! Your second verse is deliberately contrastingly bleak, I presume to contrast consumerism-living with the wealth of the peace and beauty of creation we have to enjoy. I don't think that it is that the wealthy that would have...

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Posted in bluebells

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How veru interesting that the

Posted on Tue, 07 May 2019

How very interesting that the puzzle of those precise measurements in the vision led you to contemplate the precision of the creation. I studied biochemistry (a long time ago!) and was amazed at the detail of how things work together precisely...

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Posted in Precision.

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As Penny4athought says, you

Posted on Sun, 05 May 2019

As Penny4athought says, you describe so effectively the shock of the tumble, and the pain, and the instinctive response of the believer of thankfulness for life spared, and then the awareness of need of help in the pain. He doesn't take away all...

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Posted in There's Something

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The one you found a rock gone

Posted on Tue, 30 Apr 2019

The one you found a rock gone, but the 'sand' left in its wake still gives steadiness? A rock having barnacles from life's bruises, but also thrift joy bubbling out is an evocative picture. Rhiannon

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Another brief and neat

Posted on Sun, 28 Apr 2019

Another brief and neat thoughtful little one. Interesting that with all the desperate situations, some of the slaves must have been happier than some of the masters, because of knowing God's comfort, and some slave-master relationships developed...

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Posted in These Ain't No Daisy Chains

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