Monthly Archives: January 2020

#fridayfootprints – Friday 31st January 2020

Ahhhh! Sweetness never tasted so good. And so convenient! Twice a day I receive my daily dose in a fresh bottle, nicely chilled and strategically located. Forgotten are the delicate blossoms so specifically formed by the creator. Nature’s pantry seems … Continue reading

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#fridayfootprints – Friday 24th January 2020

Wandering in the wilderness, lost in the mists that shroud the forest. The sounds of the forest are dampened into an eerie silence that descends into the uncertainty that lies in the soul of man. Through the wafts of whiteness … Continue reading

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#fridayfootprints – Friday 17th January 2020

The doctrine of the Trinity is part of the roots of our faith. Like the roots of the trees in the forest, so this ‘belief’ holds up the mighty trees that constitute Christianity. And like the roots of the trees … Continue reading

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#fridayfootprints – Friday 10th January 2020

Besides still waters …! Peaceful rest, solitude, reflection, introspection; all of these may be found besides still waters. But if we are looking for the Trinity? In our urban jungles and man-made distractions, finding the Trinity is a huge ask! … Continue reading

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#fridayfootprints – Friday 3rd January 2020

“In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit”: Powerful words in a life changing phrase. Through the waters of our baptism we are introduced to the Trinity and yet for many, that is only the beginning … Continue reading

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