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One of the things that happens to any parent is that you suffer. When your child is sick, you suffer. As one of a kid’s favourite movie put is, the worrying does not end. So it is quite understandable that little children were bought to Jesus for a blessing. You pray that all blessings and […]

Read More → Never perfect

This Sunday morning I’m stealing the introduction from Brian. He’s writing about George Will, whose career has been in conservative think tanks, talking about voting Democrat in the next election because Trump is a womanizing rube. He is not polite. He causes conflict. He would rather be defeated in dignity. Will does not understand that […]

Read More → The fire of God divides.

This is following on from yesterday’s lectionary post, and the alternative is more challenging, for Christ talks about the innocence and faith of little children, and those who destroy it would be better to drown themselves. There is a mention of millstones. By the fruit of their lives you will know them. The number of […]

Read More → By our fruit.

Overnight, I put an index site up, and the main site went down — I contacted the webhost, who noted I had an outdated version of PHP up[1], and when that was changed, all loaded well. Another night worrying. Sometimes I wonder why I do this, and why this morning I was grumpy because I […]

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