Andy B

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"We never know what the seeds we plant will do. All we can do is sow as best we can - wherever we believe the Lord is calling us to sow!!"

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Feelings come and go. They can be like the changing of the winds at the seaside and, if we let them, they’ll blow us round in circles. Feelings are a great way of measuring our emotions. They act as a thermometer for our body. But, feelings can lie too!

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"Never Give Up, Never Surrender (Galaxy Quest) or 2 Corinthians 4:16-18"

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We might change the wallpaper or some paint to refresh a room. It can change our mood and lift that room so we want to spend more time with it. From haircuts to wallpaper, and cars to our favourite restaurant, things change. Sometimes, the simplest things can make something appear entirely new and different.

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"Taking time to rest and say no means we can say to what God desires for us to do for Him. It keeps us humble and forces us to acknowledge that we can't do it all, but God can."

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Ever found yourself wondering around the house looking for something you already have in your hand? Or perhaps you put the milk in the cupboard and the tea bags in the fridge? Now, of course I’ve never done those things myself. I’m just using the examples a friend told me about.

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Andy B delves deeper into this week’s theme from the angle of knowing who we are in Christ, i.e., knowing that we are free from our sins. He unpacks Psalm 139:23 by pointing out that being a Christian not only involves God encouraging us but also involves God cleaning out all the sin in our lives.

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When we spend too long staring at a computer screen we can end up being a little too deep in the Virtual World. It’s easy to be absorbed into what is virtual, missing the reality of the Real World.

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Andy B begins this week’s episode of Endurance by first explaining what exactly we mean by the mundane with the emoji “meh.” He goes on to compare short-term happiness with the eternal joy of the Lord. Short-term happiness, or pleasure, obviously doesn’t last and could become a bit of an addiction.

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On my cycle today I ended up at the coast. It’s a beautiful, if rather barren place. But I loved it. The wind was hitting my face. The sound of the waves incredibly relaxing crashing on each other, or the shore below me. It was wonderful!

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This week I’ve started the process of using Vimeo to display all of the videos on our website. I say ‘started’ because we have more than 450 videos to ‘process’ and each one needs a little work before it can be added to Vimeo.

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If you buy something in a concentrated form, they you need to add water, usually, in order to make it user friendly. From screen wash for our cars to squashes in our kitchens and washing up liquid, we routinely buy things that need to be watered down to use.

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Sometimes, the simplest solutions are the best – when something electronic freezes, hangs or stops working, turn it off an on again is often the simplest way to help it reset and start working again.

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Vinyl records were once at the height of technology for listening to music at home. Later CDs took over, and now digital music is streamed to us in better quality than those discs we used to play on record players.

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A friend in the US sent me a photo from her garden. And it struck me just how much the old vegetation had protected the new flowers growing, because the old had literally covered over the new, during the winter.