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Images to Walk With

Just popping up to share these three images that I have walked with for the last few months

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A Covenant Prayer

It’s Covenant time again.

Some will have taken part in this service last Sunday, some this coming Sunday (and some churches do it in September). Reposting what I wrote last year about this powerful service

Pam's Perambulation

Today many in The Methodist Church will be sharing in a Covenant Service. It’s almost like an annual renewal of marriage vows – with God.

As part of that, we will pray the Covenant Prayer – powerful, challenging stuff:

I am no longer my own but yours.

I have thrown my lot in with you Lord, It’s no longer about me, it’s about us.  Who you are and what you are going to do in and through me.  I’m not brilliant at living by myself, I need you and all you are.  I’m not alone in this, but together with you.

Put me to what you will,

Now, I know I think that I know best much of the time.  I have my agenda and I try and move things along by it.  But if it’s not about me, I have to allow you to do what you will.  I have…

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Come #Advent

With His Disciples029

The Lamb of God,
here,
living,
walking
among us.

The Lamb of God
come and see.

Come and see
what I am about,
what I am showing you,
who I am revealing.

Come,
see,
you have found the Messiah.

He is here among us,
waiting for us to come to him,
know him,
know God through him.

He is waiting for you,
for me,
to come to him.

This Advent
may I come to you,
discover you,
and go with you

John 1:35-42 (CEV)

The First Disciples of Jesus

35 The next day, John was there again, and two of his followers were with him. 36 When he saw Jesus walking by, he said, “Here is the Lamb of God!” 37 John’s two followers heard him, and they went with Jesus.

38 When Jesus turned and saw them, he asked, “What do you want?”

They answered, “Rabbi, where do you live?” The Hebrew word “Rabbi” means “Teacher.”

39 Jesus replied, “Come and see!” It was already about four o’clock in the afternoon when they went with him and saw where he lived. So they stayed on for the rest of the day.

40 One of the two men who had heard John and had gone with Jesus was Andrew, the brother of Simon Peter. 41 The first thing Andrew did was to find his brother and tell him, “We have found the Messiah!” The Hebrew word “Messiah” means the same as the Greek word “Christ.”

42 Andrew brought his brother to Jesus. And when Jesus saw him, he said, “Simon son of John, you will be called Cephas.” This name can be translated as “Peter.”

Jesus Let Us Come to Know You