Please read the passage here. There are five protagonists in the story and each of them sees things differently. The servant - he can't see enough, he doesn't realise the Armies of God are with them. The Arameans - they can see too much, God blinds them and then leads them according to his will, … Continue reading Reflections on 2 Kings 6:8-23 What can you see?
This afternoon, among others, I have read two articles that worry me. The one that frightens me the most is this article by Eliot Cohen, entitled 'Waiting for the Bomb to Drop'. In actual fact, the title doesn't give a very good sense of what the piece is about, basically Cohen argues that Donald Trump … Continue reading It’s difficult to know what to pray for North Korea
These photos both stir me to pray, and also challenge me to not to become numb to the suffering depicted. I lost count of the number of times the word 'airstrike' is used. Do the Yemenis have any hope for the new year? Lord have mercy. https://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2017/12/more-than-a-thousand-days-of-war-in-yemen/549329/?utm_source=&silverid=MzEwMTkxMTUxNjQ5S0
The link below is to extremely moving stories and photos of women who have suffered at the hands of Boko Horam in Nigeria. They need love, restoration, reconciliation and a lot of prayer. It is hard to know how I can help from my comfortable bubble in England, other than to pray and also urge … Continue reading After Boko Haram – A photo story on the Nigerian women and girls returning from captivity | Women’s eNews
These last drone photos before regulation are a great encouragement to pray for Georgia. A beautiful country. https://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2017/08/over-georgia-last-drone-photos-before-regulation/537846/?utm_source=nl-atlantic-weekly-082517
This images are very moving and I found it extremely helpful to pray over them. Lord, I long for your light, goodness and hope to reach North Korea. Along the North Korean Border http://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2017/04/along-the-north-korean-border/523404/ via @TheAtlantic