An experience with Sepsis

I am going to make this post personal, after relating on a video recorded today to raise awareness of a silent killer. I have been home all this month recovering from this devastating experience. However what has become evident, our faith is key to the recovery and processing of what happens in a way that brings a therapeutic and potential cathartic experience too. I took some time recently donned in my bedroom robe to look at my journal from 2019 and the extensive travelling done. Shortly before Christmas having been at Downside Abbey, the Lord spoke to me: from Revelation … Continue reading An experience with Sepsis

Lessons taken from God’s covenant people

And I will walk among you, and will be your God, and ye shall be my people.Leviticus 26:12 KJV I wrote last week concerning Damascus and what stayed with me all week was that there needs to be a balance that God always brings which is the Axios, which is the Greek word used in New Testament scripture equivalent to Mishpat which means justice. The Greek word is the scales of justice that must be weighed out fairly with Someone righteous. We have God who is always righteous and just. That is what I sense God doing here in this … Continue reading Lessons taken from God’s covenant people