Sometimes you need someone to say its ok.
Sometimes you need to be allowed to let go, stop holding on.
It is knowing when you should hold on and when you should let go and knowing the difference. I come back again and again to the verses in psalm 61, lead me to the rock that is higher than I. That I may cling to the rock, that I may hold on to the only thing that is secure. When all around is fading, when all around is growing dim, you are the lighthouse. In uncertain times you are sure, and trustworthy, you are my hope, the one in whom I trust.
My son recently began climbing. He soon became very good at it and wanted to go on the weekend climbing trips that they put on. Parents get to go with the children, so we ended up in Portland, on the South coast of England. What an amazing place, an area of outstanding natural beauty with amazing views. It was a perfect day. I have never climbed seriously and was a little nervous, even thought this was to be Tom’s climbing day, I would be expected to climb. I climbed the … Read More »
One day we will see him face to face, we will see the risen son, the lamb, the glorious one.
The Almighty the Holy One, the Alpha and Omega, Jesus Christ, the perfect sacrifice, the pure spotless lamb with without blemish or defect.
This is my friend, this is my beloved.
The rock that I cling to, my high tower.
My righteousness, my hope and my strength.
My wisdom and my peace, my Lord and My God.
I long for the day when I will be with Him, no more tears and no more pain.
It’s not so far away, every day is one day nearer.
Every moment, one step closer. Unbroken covenant, unbroken communion.
Father of lights, I set my gaze upon you.
You have broken the darkness with your light.
I love your light.
In your light we see light.