Hi readers! Today in my bible reading I came across these verses. I feel like they're especially relevent for the chaos today “I heard, and I trembled within; my lips quivered at the sound. Rottenness entered my bones; I trembled where I stood. Now I must quietly wait for the day of distress to come … Continue reading In all the chaos, God
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Hello readers! It's the end of the year already! This year has definetly been a different one to usual. When I think of the length of the year, I really don't know. Was it long? Was it short? Everything was in such a jumble this year. I stopped keeping track of the months somewhere between … Continue reading Looking back at 2020 (favourites)
Hi readers! I just wanted to go through a parable by Jesus with you. Some parts I probably subconsciously am repeating after reading the book "Confronting Christianity". It is a fantastic book (aside from the bible, the best one read this year), so please do read it! Now to the passage “Someone from the crowd … Continue reading Who do you ultimately trust?
Dear readers, the team behind this blog, wishes to send this message to you: Merry Christmas!!! I hope you have a lovely Christmas! Today at the Christmas eve service, our minister shared his favourite christmas verse, which is now mine, too: "The grace of our God was poured out on me abundently, along with the … Continue reading Merry Christmas
Hi readers! How are you going? Please do tell me in the comments! I'm going fine myself! It's the summer holidays, which means that there's no school! Usually during the school term, I can only really pursue one hobby on work days and then on my day off, I am a bit fatigued, so don't … Continue reading What I have been up to
Hi readers! Sorry to not write for so long. I bet many of you know how it is to not write blog posts, 'cause you're busy, need to rest, already have the poem in the poem book, so why write it somewhere else,... Basically I've gone through every possible excuse not to write a post, … Continue reading The ballet dancer and what I’ve been learning in Jeremiah
Can I bury this fruit? Once blossoming, big beaut' Rest in the earth, fast asleep hugged by tender, loving roots Don't feel lonely, buried deep For your juices I can't keep With your friends of dirt, please slumber Else for months on end I'll weep Over years, my grief grows number But I'll confront it; … Continue reading Bury
hello! Recently, I read Matthew 6 and a thing that struck me was how the teachings of one not being able to serve two masters and not to worry are right next to each other with a "therefore" in between... they are completely connected! Jesus seems to say that ““No one can serve two masters, … Continue reading Matthew 6:19-34: Do not worry about other masters (+a poem)
A hawaiian pizza pieGancino / Getty Images/iStockphoto The school's houses are having a debate against each other and my house Winchester needs to talk about how pineapple should be banned from pizzas... here's the paragraph I wrote and hope a speaker will include: Pineapple on Pizza is not only a bad choice of taste, but … Continue reading Pineapple on pizza?
Hello, readers! Our family recently watched this documentary called 'American Gospel' (for those of you who do not know it, it is a documentary about prosperity gospel and the actual gospel), so that gave the idea to write about it. The word Before we get into what the gospel is, let's first look at the … Continue reading The Gospel