Monthly Archives: October 2014

Job on Wisdom

The below is Job 28. In the midst of suffering and a rather frustrating conversation with his three “friends” on the reasons behind his misfortunes, Job ponders the nature of wisdom and how it can be found. I am unsure … Continue reading

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October in Greenisland

15th October, 2001 It was a cold Monday evening in Greenisland, after the sun had gone down, huge flocks of birds flew in their impressive and elaborate formations on their way south to escape the forthcoming cold. Outside the Presbyterian … Continue reading

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“I shall not be in want…”

This is a really nice version of Psalm 23 by my favourite contemporary Australian Psalm-coverers Sons of Korah. Check out their other stuff too (you don’t need to actually watch the video, it’s just a bunch of cheesy pictures, but … Continue reading

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San Marino keeno

With England playing San Marino tonight, I had a few thoughts. San Marino arguably has better claims to nationhood than many other European nations- while it’s smaller in terms of population than Falkirk and Craigavon, it’s been in existence since … Continue reading

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Protected: What You Leave Behind

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Run On

¬†At the start of this year, I set myself the challenge of running 1000km over the course of the year, and, God be thanked, I managed to complete this at the weekend. I was doing this in order to raise … Continue reading

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