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Land's End Trial 2014

It’s that time again and the little Harley is going to take me to Panters Bridge to photograph some motorcycles doing the Land’s End Trial. 57 more words

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Can you forgive the unforgivable?

 Can you forgive the unforgivable?

 If you are in a situation where your partner has betrayed you and you are contemplating whether or not to give that person a second chance, I beg you to read my words.  2,932 more words



Sometimes you place hope in something for so long that in the end you are left with only your indestructible belief. You cling to your conviction so wholeheartedly that you forget…forget the very thing that you so cherished. 166 more words


Dying Words Are Not Wasted

Remembering the sacrifice of Christ on Good Friday makes the reality of his resurrection even sweeter on Easter Sunday. As Pastor Chris Icenogle of Brookdale Covenant Church reminded us tonight: If it is true that “truth sits on the lips of dying men” (Matthew Arnold), then how much more significant are the last words of Jesus. 206 more words

Daily Living

The triumph of the cross

“The cross was two pieces of dead wood; and a helpless, unresisting Man was nailed to it; yet it was mightier than the world, and triumphed, and will ever triumph over it.” 13 more words

Borrowed Inspiration

Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow

I believe it was W.G. Grace who wrote, “Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow keep up the trialling pace …”

More here … http://thebridgeclubfive.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/all-our-yesterdays.html

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