Monthly Archives: Jul 2020

#fridayfootprints – Friday 31st July 2020

God’s creative genius gives us an insight into our own soul. Time spent in nature is a journey where we can free our spirit to run where God wants us to run. We get a chance not just to read … Continue reading

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#fridayfootprints – Friday 17th July 2020

When God looks through His window onto the waters of our baptism, He sees water where there is scarcely a ripple. He sees a mirror waiting to reflect Himself! He has been trying to convince us of a fundamental truth … Continue reading

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#fridayfootprints – Friday 10th July 2020

When A Judge does not play Judge, in a court he is not a Judge in – then he is driven up the Via Dolorosa of social media to be crucified. In my country we have a Judge, in fact … Continue reading

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#fridayfootprints – Friday 3rd July 2020

One day when the mankind takes stock of what has transpired over the last 100 or so years they will perhaps think back to the times they could have spent in quiet communion with God instead of gathering in hordes … Continue reading

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