Christianity

Of Wolves and Kings

  The scene was somber. Weeping unashamedly each one in turn fell upon the apostle’s neck, covering his face with kisses, embracing him for what they now knew would be the last time.  Each of them feared for their spiritual… Read More ›

A Crucified Man

As a follow up to yesterday’s post David Bolton at Christ Centred Christianity kindly found this Vimeo video of Graham Kendrick’s moving song.   Thanks David!  Enjoy! A Crucified Man

Watch This Space

“Foolishness” mumbled the soldier Casting lots for the rabbi’s garment “An utter waste of a good man’s life”   “Serves him right” spat the Pharisee Nodding to himself self righteously Stroking his beard with smug delight   “It cannot be!”… Read More ›

Silent Encounter

What can I say about that infamous night? How weary we were As we followed Him to the garden He prayed, we slept, He woke us, again we slept While we dreamed, He wept Then came torches, voices, soldiers, Armour… Read More ›

A Tale of Two Adams

The Garden ‘Stay here and watch with Me. My soul is exceedingly sorrowful, even unto death.’ Matt. 26:38 It was not by coincidence that Jesus chose a garden as the setting for the greatest battle of His earthly life. Wasn’t… Read More ›

Love. Uncomplicated.

The doctor’s manner was courteous as we entered his consulting room, even if somewhat abrupt. Mr. P and I are no strangers to medical waiting rooms with their clinical atmospheres, hushed tones and oh so efficient receptionists. This day we… Read More ›