It seems that we’ve lost contact with God.
This has happened because the beginning of life was a long time ago and our sins are now coming between us and God.
Although we’ve been trying to build many kinds of bridges to re-establish contact with God, this hasn’t worked. I’m not exactly sure why we’ve been unable to bridge our sins, but it appears that we simply need to affirm our trust in Jesus Christ.
Should we fail to do this, we will be without Christ and will go to Hell. However, affirming our trust in, and obedience to, Jesus, will enable our entry into Heaven.
An interesting pub sign, particularly for a Wetherspoon’s pub.
Which is opposite a church, with a graveyard.
God wanted us to drink cocktails, so he gave us rain.
Shame he upped the temperature too, though.
For over a decade now, our beer fridge has had divine blessings bestowed on its contents.
Our new spider disappeared the other day. I found myself to be concerned.
However, it transpired that it had traversed the spider continent of our kitchen wall. To seek the protection of Jesus, the guardian of the beer fridge.
That’s him/her, on the left. Just above the lamp. Here …
Well, a decision is going to take longer than planned. All offers for the chapel have been put to God this afternoon.
And he shall now deliberate for a few days.
I love our little house. And I love where we live. Neither are anything special, but for many reasons we’re happy here.
And, now, we could be about to change all of that. We’ve put in an offer on an old chapel in Newcastle.
That was two weeks ago, a quick decision after a viewing. God moves pretty slowly these days, but we’ll hear today (or possibly tomorrow) whether our offer (or one of the other interested parties’) has been accepted.
Last night, after our third visit to the chapel, we experienced our first feelings of doubt. Not about the chapel itself, or the work involved; rather, some thoughts about letting go of what we have now. Most of those (my) doubts related to the location as opposed to the building.
The chapel’s non-standard construction, but it has something about it. And it has lots of potential. It’s in a residential area though. And, by residential, I mean houses, houses and flats. That probably wouldn’t be an issue for most people, it could be a selling point. But.
So, we could have another, more difficult, decision to make this evening. Unless, of course, that decision is taken out of our hands.
Been to church again today.
We’ve just been to church. Kindof.