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All about The Boss

It’s not about me … it’s about Him.  It’s not about my imperfections (God knows – He does! – that I’ll never be perfect, never even be ‘good enough’ – for whom?  For myself?  For others who tell me I’m … Continue reading

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Why I Will Not Join the Fight to Keep Christ in Christmas

Originally posted on A MINIATURE CLAY POT:
Musings From a Clay Pot: Why I Will Not Join the Fight to Keep Christ in Christmas Originally posted in 2011. reposted in 2013: The fact that I’m not jumping on the “Keep…

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Forgive us our sins … as we forgive others

Imagine it: you are holding a burning coal in your hands.  It burns you.  It hurts you – but you hold it even tighter.  The fiercer it burns, the tighter you hold it to yourself, the more damage it is … Continue reading

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Jesus’ crown, not ours to wear

Eighteen years ago I made some decisions – not necessarily all ones that I am proud of and some that have made a lasting impression.  I like to think that if I’d known then what I know now – about … Continue reading

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You are precious!

You are precious.  Precious beyond measure.  Indescribably, unfathomably and eternally precious in God’s eyes. Standing on the field of the Silverstone Recreation Association this morning, with the sound of cars warming up on the nearby racing circuit in the background, … Continue reading

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Touching souls

I am currently reading Philip Yancey’s ‘The Jesus I never knew’ and amongst other things, it reminds me that Jesus’ followers were not the elite of his day – far from it: a hot-head fisherman and his brother, a traitor-in-the-making, … Continue reading

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The Priest and Valjean

This is similar to what I am talking about on my blog – what Valjean does is wrong (he and the priest both know it) but the priest offers grace – so Valjean can ‘become an honest man’. Javert’s tragedy … Continue reading

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