Found 10 resource(s) in 'Looking at God', for March 2020.
Looking at God (all articles) for March 2020The Way of the Cross From the Vicar Psalm 84 – a heart for pilgrimage When Spring comes The bonus years Family and Freedom Have you done something which haunts you? Look for good pasture – spend time with good people What Psalm 23 is really all about ** Editor: The Revd Canon Paul Hardingham... (2559 words)
The Way of the Cross‘Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross daily and follow Me.’ (Luke 9: 23) These words of Jesus are spoken at a turning point in the gospel. Jesus challenges the disciples about His identity and their commitment to Him: ‘who do the crowds say I am?’ (18). It... (292 words)
From the Vicar‘Whoever wants to be My disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross daily and follow Me.’ (Luke 9: 23) These words of Jesus are spoken at a turning point in the gospel. Jesus challenges the disciples about His identity and their commitment to Him: ‘who do the crowds say I am?’ (18). It... (292 words)
Psalm 84 – a heart for pilgrimageThis psalm is appropriate to think about during Lent, as it was used by pilgrims going up to Jerusalem. It speaks of the journey to find the presence of God in our lives. Where is our heart with God? A Heart for God’s Presence: ‘How lovely is your dwelling-place, Lord Almighty! My soul yearns, even... (300 words)
When Spring comes‘See! The winter is past; the rains are over and gone. Flowers appear on the earth; the season of singing has come, the cooing of doves is heard in our land.’ Song of Songs 2:11-12 March is the month that I associate with the coming of Spring, my favourite time of the year, and such... (316 words)
The bonus years‘Our days may come to 70 years, or 80, if our strength endures.’ Psalm 90:10 I have known this verse most of my life, but only this month has it become reality for me. Yes, I have transitioned into my 70s and am now a septuagenarian. It is a strange feeling as I realise that... (293 words)
Family and FreedomThe ructions in the Royal Family in January, widely reported (whether a fact or guess work) remind us that while they are ‘royal’ they are also a ‘family’. God sets the lonely in families, the Bible says. But He also sets the awkward, the odd and the rebellious in them. Families are not associations of... (195 words)
Have you done something which haunts you?Do you ever worry that your past failings mean that God will not accept you now? Some of us have done many things which we regret – things that have caused us, or others, great pain. We’ve given our children short shrift, we’ve betrayed our marriage partners, we’ve been dishonest at work, we’ve been ruthlessly... (253 words)
Look for good pasture – spend time with good peopleThere are some people who inspire you to be all you can as a Christian. When you meet one of these, it is a good idea to stay near them, and learn all you can from them. We are affected by the people whom we spend time with – pray that you will meet people... (210 words)
What Psalm 23 is really all aboutThe Lord is my Shepherd – THAT’S RELATIONSHIP! I shall not want – THAT’S SUPPLY! He maketh me to lie down in green pastures – THAT’S REST! He leadeth me beside still waters – THAT’S REFRESHMENT! He restoreth my soul – THAT’S HEALING! He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness – THAT’S GUIDANCE! For... (167 words)
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