7 February 2019
If you read my first post you will be well aware, as I am, that I am way over committed. And I am not the only one who thinks so.
Yesterday morning’s reading stated that “…we are created [for] good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” And here I am again confronted with the reality that even ‘good works’ can be the wrong thing to do at times. Read on.
6 February 2019
At a time when work was difficult to secure, I got a job which was totally suited to my skills. It required an enormous attention to detail. It was investigative and it was basically independent. Read on.
5 February 2019
“Teacher, may I come to visit you. I want to talk to you.” It was one of my former students on the phone. I had taught her two years earlier. Of course I said ‘yes’ and we made a time that was convenient to both of us. Read on.
4 February 2019
“Don’t even think of looking at retirement villages. You need hundreds of thousands of dollars to get in there,” my friend advised when I started looking for accommodation after returning to Australia. They had been generous by giving me three months accommodation, but of course, I did want to find a suitable place for myself. Read on.
3 February 2019
Being aware of God’s goodness, his protection, his provision, his healing and his constant interest in what you are doing, changes you. I am no exception. Read on.
2 February 2019
It was April 2012, and I needed a new visa. I went thrugh all the procedures and applied for another 12 months visa. When I received the visa I noticed I had only been given six months. This caused a huge amount of stress. Read on.
1 February 2019
Now in the field of Faith and Belief there are a lot of things that are not so easy to accept. I am very practical. One might say that you have to show me with bricks and mortar, or maybe pen and ink. But visions? Come on, anyone can imagine anything, and I can never be sure. I will stick to what I can feel and handle.
Until ……………… Read on.