Reflections on week gentleness… Read More (1) Week Gentleness
“About the Lord and his grace and faithfulness he spoke freely; about himself and his service he said nothing.”… Read More 6 things to take from ‘The Biography of James Hudson Taylor’
Living with open hands, mindful of the smallness and lowness of the things I treasure when contrasted with the greatness of God.… Read More Open Hands
A picture of love as a reminder to myself of what love is and the love I know.… Read More Love in the small things
How a simple line in one of my readings this week got my very quickly off track.… Read More This is my freedom.
From John 13.
He was both King and servant – and neither of those titles are reserved to working hours. Love is a full-time occupation, after all. Love in the big things, God on the Earth and God on the cross, but also love in the washing of feet in the basin.… Read More Wash One Another’s Feet
From Luke 17. May we serve in such a way that we reach the evening and delight in being a part of our master’s household, however menial and tiring the work, rather than bemoaning the aching of our feet after a long day.… Read More Duty + Self Forgetfulness
From Luke 18. Prayer is about becoming nothing so that God may be everything. That when we decrease, Jesus may increase in our place. We are to be able to say, to use a phrase Miriam Swaffield once used, ‘when you see me, see the one who made me’.… Read More Prayer + Self Forgetfulness
Some thoughts on humility.
Philippians 2:3-8… Read More Taller When We Bow