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From temptation to...

Our great Lenten journey has begun! It’s a journey which begins in ash and ends in water. Fire is a profound part of our national experience. We know its power to destroy, blacken and reduce to ash. We know that…

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Beginning in ash

Wearing ashes symbolises our desire for conversion, to turn again towards God. Repentance (conversion) is not so much about feeling sorry for individual sins. It is about changing the direction of our hearts – away from all that limits God’s…

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Continuing the journey with Jesus

In Jesus’ day many people took illness, disease and disability as a sign that people were also morally ill, that they had sinned, done something wrong. By healing the sick, Jesus removes the taint of evil from them as well…

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On the journey

For people in Biblical times, the experience of illness provoked fear and uncertainty. Often it was thought that illness was the result of sin and the sick treated as evil sinners. The healing ministry of Jesus is not about him…

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