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Going to Church July 1921

On my way to church one morning I met four little girls under school age, bareheaded in private checked prints enjoying themselves in the sunshine. One of them carried a bunch of blue harebells. She stopped and held out a … Continue reading

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Church of Our Ancient Enemey – Sunday November 1900

A worthy relative, with an evangelical and covenanting mind, expostulated with me for holding communion with a church that is “naughty, wordly, Popish, etc.” You know the image of the Anglican Church in the mind of a Scot of the … Continue reading

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God is not Partisan – March 1900

The way in which God’s name is used in the present war, makes one think that most people regard the Almighty as something smaller-minded than a wise man who ranges Himself with the petty interests and more or less selfish … Continue reading

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