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In Queen Victoria’s Windsor Castle there was a suite of rooms that were used by her personal chaplain. A private passageway connected the chaplain’s study to the Queen’s quarters. Oftentimes she would use this passageway to consult the chaplain on … Continue reading
Ten months ago I reported that I had decided to take a break from writing this blog. My goal was to finish a second book I had started writing, a book on the subject of prayer. Once I had finished … Continue reading
Regular readers of this blog have probably noticed that I haven’t been posting much lately. I assure you it’s not because I’ve run out of anything to say. My life and ministry have just become so busy that I find it very hard … Continue reading
With 2009 winding down, I’d like to list this blog’s top ten posts for the year. These are the posts that were the most read via search engines. Other posts might have been read more by regular visitors to the … Continue reading