This morning on Into the Pray – this Easter Sunday morning – I wanted to drop a quick word of testimony about how Easter morning often feels sad to me, based, in part, on what I see in the Church at large.
Best served slow with a glass of red after Sunday lunch:
A chicken and gherkin sandwich, a mozzarella and tomato salad, some crackers, one of those sealed tubs of airline water that you only ever see on a flight, and a surprisingly tasty chocolate mouse: We’re en route back to Edinburgh from a week’s mission trip in Albania and I’m very thankful for the packed lunchContinue reading “Albania”
I’m colour blind – i.e. I can’t always discern between shades of brown and red and green. This means very little to me except that I can’t be an RAF pilot or a bomb disposal expert. It also means that I occasionally foul in snooker by playing a brown by mistake. And it means thatContinue reading “Easter Paradidomi – Why is Good Friday good?”
In Exodus 15:11 the phenomenal prophet, Moses, says, “”Who among the gods is like you, O LORD ? Who is like you— majestic in holiness, awesome in glory, working wonders?” Today, often in the shadow of Islamic mosques, Jehovah’s Witness call-outs and the world’s obsession with political correctness, the prophetic accuracy ofContinue reading “No-one Like You God”