WE TEND TO measure our lives by our achievements – what we have done and what we have failed to do, the places we have been, the successes we’ve had. That may be what we would call the ‘fruit’ of our lives. But is this what Kingdom fruit is made of? What did Jesus mean … Continue reading whose fruit is it anyway?
On the shelf in the room next door is a caterpillar. Not a real caterpillar, I hasten to add. A wind-up caterpillar, a segmented little creature that once wound up, will squirm its way across the surface. It will keep on squirming until the mechanism unwinds entirely. Then it staggers to a halt. If something … Continue reading the right to rest
The nature of holiness has always fascinated me. In the bible, particularly in the Old Testament, we see it as something scorchingly different, special, other. That which is holy is for God. Only the holy. In the New Testament we see holiness arrive with arms and legs. We see God made man, who, when touched … Continue reading only the holy