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Friday 14 October

Ephesians 1:11-14, Ps.33, Luke 12:1-7 The fullness of love Jesus used common objects and situations as metaphors for eternal truth. It was his way of helping people understand the love of God beyond all description. Often he chose images of small things: sparrows, hairs on our head, lilies, a coin, a lamp, a cup. Why […]

Consider the lilies…

In paddocks around New Zealand, along neglected little gullies where farmers have yet to realize that that little quarter acre could be useful and productive, arum lilies grow. The flowers stand out white and pure among the weeds and broken bits of old farm machinery, beacons of beauty among the weeds and rubble. An English […]