Tag: encouragement

Keeping Hope Alive

Tealight Candles

I can’t bring myself to check the news websites. I stopped doing that months ago. I rely on the chatter in local shops, the occasional conversation with a friend, or a blog post or tweet that I catch sight of, to inform me about… Continue Reading “Keeping Hope Alive”

Lean Not on Your Own Understanding

Man praying upwards

Good morning, friends. Today I simply want to remind you of the truth that God is in control of everything that happens in creation. If you’re feeling anxious or troubled, remember that God knows the whereabouts of every speck of dust in the Universe,… Continue Reading “Lean Not on Your Own Understanding”

An English Preacher

A painted portrait of Leonard Ravenhill in a frame with stone wall behind the picture

A few days ago I was reading through some of the latest posts from blogs I follow and came across a lovely poem by a man named Leonard Ravenhill. I hadn’t heard the name before so decided to investigate.

Dealing with Evil

An image with low lighting of a man reading an open Bible

Those of you who read Sunday’s post will recall that I’m experiencing a difficult situation with a neighbour at the moment. It’s been consuming a lot of my energy and it’s hard to see a way forward, such is the troubling attitude of the… Continue Reading “Dealing with Evil”

Friday Encouragement

Two Christians sat on the ground reading their Bibles, shot from above

Here in London, it feels as though summer has arrived. I’m thanking God for the freedom of being able to walk around in shorts and a t-shirt, and for the clear blue sky and sunshine which has brought a cheery undercurrent to my day.… Continue Reading “Friday Encouragement”