Monthly Archives: March 2009

Chapter-a-Day Psalm 114

He turned the rock into a pool of cool water, turned flint into fresh spring water. Psalm 114:8 (MSG) Some days God's promises are a life line on which to cling. Other days they seem hollow and empty; a cruel joke … Continue reading

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Chapter-a-Day Psalm 113

God is higher than anything and anyone, outshining everything you can see in the skies. Who can compare with God, our God, so majestically enthroned, Surveying his magnificent heavens and earth? Psalm 113:4-6 (MSG) It was interesting reading these verses after a week in London … Continue reading

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London Days 6 & 7: The Last Day & the Journey Home

The only thing on our itinerary on Monday was the play England People Very Nice at the Royal National Theatre in the evening. Wendy and I went down the list and thought of the last few things on our “to-see” … Continue reading

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London Day 5: Family Reunion

One night about six years ago I went on a Google search to see if I could unearth any information about my family still living in Holland. I knew that we had cousins there and my Grandparents visited them many … Continue reading

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London Day 4: Tennis Anyone?

Our fourth day in London, once again, dawned sunny and warm. We’ve certainly had a nice stretch of weather for our visit. Since our initial trip to the National Gallery was made on our sleepless first day, we decided to … Continue reading

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London Day 3: An Easier Pace

After two days that felt frantic with activity, we decided to spend Friday at an easier pace. Our bus tour tickets were good until noon, so we hopped on near Trafalgar Square and took in many of the sites of … Continue reading

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London Day 3: An Easier Pace

After two days that felt frantic with activity, we decided to spend Friday at an easier pace. Our bus tour tickets were good until noon, so we hopped on near Trafalgar Square and took in many of the sites of … Continue reading

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