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Reflection: ‘As you open my eyes to the work of your hand’.

August 19, 2012 Leave a comment

Have you ever experienced song lyrics that go round … and round … and round in your head? I have – and it happened again recently with these beautiful and haunting words from Hillsong Church in Australia.

Why not take a few moments to enjoy the photo and then pause for some time with God in these words? Whatever you are facing at the moment, I pray that He may open your eyes to His hand in your life.

May hope rise within you and may God bless you as you seek Him now.

If my heart has grown cold
There Your love will unfold
As You open my eyes to the work of Your hand

When I’m blind to my way
There Your Spirit will pray
As You open my eyes to the work of Your hand

Oceans will part nations come
At the whisper of Your call
Hope will rise glory shown
In my life Your will be done

Present suffering may pass
Lord Your mercy will last
As You open my eyes to the work of Your hand

And my heart will find praise
I’ll delight in Your way
As You open my eyes to the work of Your hand
As You open my eyes to the work of Your hand

 Hillsong Church, Australia

Words: Ben Fielding

© EMI Music Publishing

Photography – England’s 26C Indian Summer (in October!)

October 6, 2011 Leave a comment

Photography – Summer in England: Ashford Hangers, Hampshire

August 30, 2011 Leave a comment

It’s official – the UK has just experienced its coolest summer since 1993.

There’s been a lot less sunshine around and, in many places, it’s been wetter than usual. The temperature has also been lower than average. So there … lots for us Brits to moan about!  The weather … such a wonderful topic. Will we ever tire of it? I think not. Anyway, here’s looking forward to a nice Autumn!

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