So I had this idea for a blog post about how Luther is my homeboy (kinda) and decided to have a little break first, chilling out with a game I like playing on my phone. And the metaphor just jumped … Continue reading
I stand before the cross of Christ
Or… no, I can’t. I have no right.
I have no right to stand here, free
When he, the holy one, has died – for me!
I bow before the cross of Christ
And weep my thanks
His blood poured out in love for me
His body hanging on that tree
It leaves me with nothing
Nothing to say except
And I’m sorry
And thank you.
What else can I say
I’ve just realised something about why today was so very profoundly wonderful for me. It’s about belonging, being loved and accepted just as I am – you see, I’m an Israeli living in England, a Jewish woman living among Gentiles, … Continue reading
Yesterday I got into a brief conversation with some guy on Twitter. (Well, obviously brief, because Twitter.) It started with me living dangerously and retweeting one of his tweets with a comment I was pretty sure he wouldn’t like… His … Continue reading
I’ve just sat and read through the book of Revelation all in one go, not getting stuck into details but just wanting to get the big picture. So, what’s the big picture, you ask? Is it pretty? Is it a … Continue reading