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Sunday Summary | QOTW

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Greetings, dear ones! Welcome to this week’s Sunday Summary post, in which I’ll be offering a brief recap of my week in blogging, sharing a few personal reflections concerning my life at this time, and asking a Question of the Week, which is my way of getting to know you a little better. Also in today’s post, there will be details of my new single, which is released next week. Let’s get cracking!


The Week in Review

For this week’s Monday Music post I presented an orchestral piece by an American composer named Joshua Spacht. Those of you who checked out the song were impressed with its powerful and original musical interpretation of the opening of the book of John. To listen again, click here.

For my Thursday Theology post I shared a series on the Biblical view of hell, written by my friend and fellow blogger Amanda over at Kindling Truth. If you’ve ever been confused about Christian teaching on hell, you might find Amanda’s series helpful. To read the post, click here.

I ended the week with the latest instalment in my Friday Philosophy series. This week we looked at Epicurus and his teaching on ethics, comparing his hedonistic philosophy with my own thoughts concerning how we can be happy and fulfilled. Click here to read the post.


In Israel (artwork)


New Song out Thursday 10th May

As you may already be aware, I’m in the midst of a ten-song experimental music project. My next release (Song 8) will be on Thursday. It’s a song about God’s love for the Jewish people, and the important role they have in His grand scheme.

 


A Few Personal Reflections

  • We’re experiencing some truly glorious weather in London this weekend. Temperatures are set to hit 28 degrees celsius tomorrow which will be a record high for a May Bank Holiday 😎
  • Because my single is beingΒ released on Thursday, there may not a be a Thursday Theology post this coming week. I’ll see how the week unfolds; I’ll either publish a theology post on Wednesday, or skip my theology post for this week.
  • I’ve booked a trip to Germany in July (around my birthday) to go and visit my sister who lives in Berlin. This will be my first time travelling to Germany, and I managed to get an amazing deal; my complete return journey for under Β£100. Woohoo! That gives me an idea for Question of the Week…

Question of the Week

Do you have any travel plans for 2018?
Let me know in the comment below!


 

36 comments

      1. Alaska is a beautiful place. But then, I think everywhere I go is beautiful. Except the city… not into cities much. I haven’t been many places. Western Canada and most of the western United States. But each place is unique and wonderful in its own way. That said, maybe in July you could post a couple pictures for us? Not really your thing on this blog, I know, but it would be neat to see some of the world through your eyes, so to speak.

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  1. So nice that you have some better weather. I’ve never been to Germany but the hubby said it is very nice. I have the chance to go to England with hubby but I am not that big of a fan of flying, or flights, or anything that puts me too far off the ground :):) So, I am probably not going to go. I’ll visit my mom instead. I can drive there :):)

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    1. The weather in England is very unpredictable these days! You never quite know whether you’re going to need a woolly jumper or t-shirt in any given week πŸ™‚ Hope you have a nice time visiting your mum πŸ™‚

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  2. I want to wait till winter again, as it snows here heavily during those months. We’ll see what happens, because there are those that say I’ve been on vacation these past four months.
    I just watched Atomic Blonde again last night, set in 1989 Berlin. Great sound track.

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  3. I’ve already had a short break to the Isle of Wight, which is one of my favourite places. I am off for a week at the end of May to Whitby and the North Yorkshire coast, somewhere I have never been. Later in the year I am going on a short Norwegian cruise to see some Fjords. I can’t wait. I hope you have a lovely time in Germany. I had two nights in Berlin a couple of years ago, it is an interesting city.

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