Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland. Isaiah 43:18-19 Our local grocery store sells some lovely plants and often I enjoy picking a random one up and adding it to our garden. As … Continue reading Garden Lessons – Part One
Recently, I was at one of my favourite local spots, Eastcote House Gardens (which my daughter and I have renamed the enchanted garden as it is so lovely). It’s a short ten minutes drive from our house yet I feel miles away once there and it’s just beautiful. With a cafe, lovely green grounds, a gentle river and a walled garden to enjoy, it’s a … Continue reading Waiting In Hope
This morning in my Bible study group, we were discussing the book of Ruth, chapter 4 where Ruth married Boaz and God blessed them with a son Obed. Their son became the father of Jesse, and he then became the father of King David. It just so happens that the five of us ladies are living in the UK but all originate from different countries … Continue reading Where’s The Bin?
Looking through some of my old writings this week, I came across this little article from July 2007 that made me smile. Even being twelve and a half years later, the words below still have truth and relevance for my life today. Growing up and finding purpose as a young adult can be difficult. I remember opening up my heart to God in a season … Continue reading If Only