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A Great Disconnect.

There is a great disconnect between the traditional Christian world view and that of the liberal secular view which dominates the News channels and most of the press. Those in the public eye who cling to the authority of the … Continue reading

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Being in the Centre of God’s Will.

The above picture shows Cairngorm seen through the Sluggan Pass and taken a couple of miles north of Aviemore. As one travels north from Aviemore Cairngorm is hidden behind the hills to the right of the picture. It is only … Continue reading

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Thinking the Unthinkable- Part 2.

Before I continue I should explain why I chose this title as it was not obvious in part 1. Some people have theology that find it difficult to accept that a good person like Jairus should have a wife who … Continue reading

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Thinking the Unthinkable – Part 1.

The origin of this Cairngorm Musing was a thought which dropped into my head whilst reading the Scripture some time ago. It was the passage concerning Jairus’ daughter and the woman with the issue of blood. It is recorded in … Continue reading

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Looking at Both Sides.

When you look at both of these two pictures you might be surprised to find out that they are the same bird, a male redpoll. From the back it appears to be a fairly non-descript bird and easily mistaken for … Continue reading

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“Parts of the Body”

  The Apostle Paul uses the analogy of individuals within the church being likened to different parts of the human body, in his letter to the Corinthian church known as 1st Corinthians in Chapter 12 verses 12 to 31. This concept is … Continue reading

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Surprise, Surprise.

In some of my previous posts I have referred to King David and Absalom’s attempt to usurp him. I also suggested that Absalom was a type of the antichrist because he attempting to prevent Solomon becoming king and building the … Continue reading

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“Some Went Out on the Sea in Ships.”

There is a passage in Psalm 107 (23-37) which states:- “Some went out on the sea in ships; they were merchants on the mighty waters. They saw the works of the Lord his wonderful deeds  in the deep. For he spoke … Continue reading

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“Peaceful” Religions?

Every time there is an incident involving Islamic extremists somebody will counter that “Islam is a peaceful religion.” Clearly, the jihadists of Islamic State are not peaceful and it appears to some that apologists for Islam are being wilfully ignorant with … Continue reading

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The Bleating of the Lambs.

A couple of months or so ago these were small and adorable, but they are growing up fast. Twice when walking to work in the past fortnight when I passed the field where this picture was taken I found a lamb stuck … Continue reading

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