The Five Love Languages
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The Five Love Languages

Since writing about love each month I thank God for his revelations and understandings. This year in my church, has been declared the year open doors and our Pastor has been preaching about the importance of being open to the opportunities that God has set before us. She has preached about having an open mind....

To All The Fathers
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To All The Fathers

To all those who are reading this article today, I just wanted to take the time out and start by giving all the glory and praise to the Father of fathers our Lord, who without His unending love where would I truly be. I’m dedicating my article to all the fathers around the world –...

Passover – A Love Story
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Passover – A Love Story

The month of April was filled with so many blessed dates. It’s dear to me due to both my parents’ birthdays being in this month and directly after each other. As well as their birthdays, we celebrated the Queen Elizabeth’s birthday (turning a blessed 90 years old!), St George’s day and the Passover as well...

The Love of A Mother
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The Love of A Mother

[column width=”1/1″ last=”true” title=”” title_type=”single” animation=”none” implicit=”true”] I begin with a ‘Mother’s Day’ poem written in the early 1900’s M  –  Is for the many things she gave me O  –  means only that she is getting older T  –  is for the tears she shed to save me H  –  is for the heart...

Who is my neighbour
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Who is my neighbour

“But he wanted to justify himself, so he asked Jesus, “And who is my neighbor?”. Luke 10:29 (NIV) Jesus gave a great example in the parable of the Good Samaritan of exactly who are our neighbour is. It’s a question that I have been contemplating and asked myself over the last month as I travel...

How Much Have You Spent
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How Much Have You Spent

“For God loved the world so much that he gave his only Son…”  John 3:16 (The Living Bible). Not only did God send His very best, but Christ His Son came to save us from our sins, reconcile us back to God and give us life in all of its abundance (John 10:10). Out with...

Bind in the Body
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Bind in the Body

‘Bind us together with cords that cannot be broken, Bind us together Lord… Bind us together in Love’. Is the song we sometimes sing at church to end the service. I was meditating and reading 1 Corinthians 12 when I began to understand that we as a church are made up of people from diverse...

Tough Love – Part 2
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Tough Love – Part 2

I want to begin the article with tough love is simply love with discipline. It’s so important to be honest with ourselves, to reflect and ask ourselves probing questions. Am I the infant who cries for things from God and then gets frustrated when I don’t get what I want, when I want? I answered...

Tough Love – Part 1
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Tough Love – Part 1

We’ve all been there, sitting in a bus, a train, or walking around the supermarket when we’ve heard the desperate cry of an infant, “I want it now!” At times the person looking after them takes no notice, other times the person gives into their request. Now I know if that was me at that...

Different Levels of Love – Part 1
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Different Levels of Love – Part 1

It was interesting to see the transformation as I walked into a supermarket. All the aisles where red, flowers almost at every corner and chocolate boxes as far as your eyes could see. For some valentine’s day is as far as their love can go, a card with a few flowers thrown in and maybe...