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Our Works Will Follow Us

“Our works will follow us. God may use, by reason of the wonderful solidarity of His Church, the things that He has wrought in us, for the blessing of souls unknown to us:  as these twigs and leaves of bygone … Continue reading

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He Who Inhabits Eternity

We have to do with One who ‘inhabiteth eternity’ and works in its infinite leisure. Some years ago, when a new railway cutting was made in East Norfolk, you could trace it through the next summer, winding like a blood-red … Continue reading

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The First Cyclamen

“The first cyclamen – with their little angel wings all flying with joy, though only the first warm quickly-dried drops have visited the earth yet, and it looks as baked and hopeless as ever.  ‘Not having received the promises but … Continue reading

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“Believe in the darkness what you have seen in the light.”      Journal  16 August 1901 There are two kinds of doubt with which people commonly wrestle:  1)  intellectual – “How can I believe Christianity to be true?” and 2) personal – “How can … Continue reading

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