#Luke2Acts: Luke 6/7 and #ForgivenessChallenge

Luke 6 - Finally having seen the final in the series of #Rev this morning (I say finally, because was avoiding reading people's posts about it since last night!) - so the Beatitudes jump right out at me, having watched Adam curled up on his bed, reciting these to himself, feeling that God is a long long long way away. Is it helpful that I often think of this series of verses: 41 ‘Why do you look…

#Luke2Acts – Luke 5

Luke 5 - The chapter starts with Simon in the boat - he's been fishing all night - it seems pointless, then Jesus says 'just try one more time' ... and then there were SO many fish. Jesus then says that they are to become 'fishers of men' - sent out with a real sense of encouragement. There's then a sense of busyness, crowds, and lots of healing action - but to survive all this -…

#BIGRead14: Dying #Luke2Acts

#BIGRead14 Only two certainties in life, right? Death and taxes? Today's poem deals with dying, and the sense of 'slipping away' ... although Ernie's comments earlier today that death for many isn't such a comfortable time... although what most would hope for - slipping away in sleep! I loved hunting out the image above though ... a comforting potential ... which reminds me somewhat of the stories of Narnia - when the Pevensie family die…

#BIGRead14: Breeze #Luke2Acts

#BIGRead14 I have to say a breezy day (preferably a warm, breezy day) is one of my favourite kinds of weather, so I love the fact that Stephen's poem today looks at the breeze: When the breeze comes; we rise to life. I am currently pretty tired so ready to be pretty still, but then awaken at the next breeze... so I may not be all that cohesive! #Luke2Acts Luke 2 - There's a huge amount of…