God of many names,never fully known;
Mystery of mysteries, Calling us your own.
The writer highlights the paradox of the Trinity. Many attempts have been made to explain the incomprehensibility of God and yet our experience tells us that we have sense of his intimate relationship with us that goes beyond words.
And that’s Trinity Sunday for you. It’s a day to keep Christians humble….and Continue reading
No rushing wind here in this part of England this Pentecost Day just gentle breezes and birdsong as the weather wonders whether to let it be spring or not.
So I took the opportunity to browse through John V Taylor’s The Go-Between God written in 1972 when the Charismatic Renewal was beginning to take off and I ponder its opening paragraph.
The chief actor in the historic mission of the Christian church is the Holy Spirit. He is the director of the whole enterprise. The mission’s first task is to focus on Jesus Christ.
He makes an important point. The Holy Spirit is not primarily about special gifts or unique healings. For those of us who remember those times and can reflect on what happened in many churches it is a reminder that the Holy Spirit was not given to change the way we worship but to lead us in Christ’s missionary work in the world. Continue reading
Post Living in the Ascension
Lord of infinity,
Stooping so tenderly,
Lifts our humanity
To the heights of his throne.
Amidst much material which is time-locked these are some of the most profoundly exciting words that have come from song-writer, Graham Kendrick. Continue reading