By the River Chebar

Now it came to pass in the thirtieth year, in the fourth month, in the fifth day of the month, as I was among the captives by the river of Chebar, that the heavens were opened, and I saw visions of God: Ezekiel 1:1 KJV Ezekiel Heavens open  Some time ago at Downside Abbey I... Continue Reading →

Price of Transition: change of leadership

2 Samuel 6 We see that in one day a leadership generation is replaced. Saul is replaced with David, albeit not so soon. What happened in any transition is that disillusionment comes in, rejecting a form of leadership. We must change pace. David desires the Ark, desires the Presence of God. But his attempt took... Continue Reading →

The True Prophetic

I was meditating on what is the prophet, looking at some Biblical examples. The one that shone out to me was the one Jesus says is the greatest. John the Baptist is not the profile of the prophet of our day. He is not readily prophesying over the people, he is not given to visions,... Continue Reading →

He believed in hope against all hope

In the second world war, it is a known fact that in the beginning the war was going badly for the Allies. Britain had been pounded in 1940, what was known as the battle of Britain. They were very depressing times. Little is known, but one man, Rees Howell, had been given the burden by... Continue Reading →

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