faith :: in reverse

While holed up in Lancaster’s public library, for the first time in fact, I watched a video of Steven Furtick preaching on worry. This guy, I mean, he’s just the one you need to get you through a bad day. Sometimes it’s as if God speaks right to me through his words, in a deep […]

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faith :: echo

You are the echoes of my days Happy Tuesday my lovelies. How are we over half-way through October already?! Last week I had a lovely Sunday at CityChurch in Lancaster, where I met lots of new people. I’m very excited to go back and spend more time praising God and spending time with all these […]

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faith :: expectant

I have always had this hope. Hope in my life, hope in what is to come. It helps me to feel anchored, and aligned. This Sunday, I’m heading to CityChurch Lancaster for the first time. I’m excited to see what it’s like, as I’ve been meaning to go for years – except obviously I couldn’t […]

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faith :: courageous

While I’m holed up in bed with a migraine that’s making me nauseous (sorry for the image of me vomiting), I thought why not put some words into a post. I’m finding a lot of courage of late. It took a lot for me to deal with something that could have easily broken me just […]

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love :: laisse tomber

The essence of letting go is faith. It was easier than I thought to find my supposed ‘other half’ – though who really knows? Considering we are whole already in terms of body, perhaps we should stop describing our life companions as our ‘other halves’. I do believe that it’s necessary for people to come and […]

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faith :: envy

The splendour of a King, clothed in majesty. Let all the Earth rejoice. He wraps himself in light, And darkness tries to hide, And trembles at His voice. Live to know Psalm 73 – A psalm of Asaph Part 1 1 Surely God is good to Israel, to those who are pure in heart. 2 […]

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life :: fureur de vivre

I have this hope. A passion. A must for life. A lack of fear. Nothing holding me back. Love never runs out. Higher than the mountains and deeper than the blue depths of the sea. Overwhelming and satisfying my soul. Breathing in life, and breathing out joy. A harmony of peace and war. A war […]

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faith :: anointment

The true you is rooted in the God of all creation. I have dived into plenty of devotionals lately, using several plans on the Bible app, as well as reading the Esther study on SheReadsTruth. I wouldn’t say I’ve been searching or seeking out God, but with having not been able to go to church […]

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year abroad :: settled

Once again it’s Sunday, and I find myself on a train back to Libourne. Church this afternoon/evening was charming, and it warmed my heart I be there after about 6 weeks of not being able to make the journey. With a preach on ‘Faith and Freedom’ with reference to Hebrews 11:23-29, tonight really struck a […]

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faith :: not

*All views are my own. I’m also not a politics student nor a political expert, nor claim to ever side with a sole politician or political party.*  A big part of political rhetoric, and emotion-building rhetoric of late has been the use of: “We are not ______” When Manchester was bombed on the 22nd May […]

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