The author of this blog is a very busy, too busy church member, who just feels inspired to put her thoughts and feelings into words. She does believe, because she knows from her own personal experience that the Spirit of the Living God is still speaking, still acting in the world; but it does take a very quiet and still heart to be able to catch His Still small voice. Sometimes our words just drown His words out and we miss the splendour of His works in the world because we are too engrossed with our own.

Also, she feels, since hearing God speak plainly requires from the listener obedience to live a sanctified life, often we prefer to be deaf and like the children of Israel in the wilderness nominate Moses, Aaron or some other person to do our listening for us.

This page is not about it’s author, but about our Divine Author who writes on the tablet of the human heart, and speaks to us in simple, understandable language everyday.

“If out love were but more simple, we would take Him at his word; and our lives would be all sunshine in the sweetness of our Lord.”

Forgive the writer’s simplicity but delight in the sweetness of the Lord, always.

Finally, 8 years from the start of this blog, here is a photo of me … a little older, a little plumper, but still windswept and in the habit of sheltering under a tree in the wilderness, also known as my back garden. Posted just for the enquirer who left a comment to say he was a little disappointed that there was so little about me in this about




44 thoughts on “About

    1. I cannot think why you should wish to do this, but many thanks. I am not a writer but am becoming more deeply aware even in these last few days that the gift of peace which Jesus has given to me is one which I desire greatly to share. Please pray for me that I might find ways to do this. You are right Iggy empty hands are easier for others to hold…. Many blessings!

      1. Because I enjoy your blog? Please don’t feel you have to answer questions etc. Just know that your contributions are appreciated.

      1. I looked very carefully and couldn’t find one. You can put one on your side bar and it says: ‘Follow This Blog’ – with a box to put an e-mail address in.

  1. Can you give me a name to call you by? Any name will do, it doesn’t have to be your real one [I use my first and middle names myself].
    robin claire

  2. Thanks so much for checking out my blog and liking my post about the little boy wanting to be a fireman. I am looking forward to checking out your blog further. Love the comfortable atmosphere yous establishes ๐Ÿ™‚ Many blessings.

    1. The little boy’s story had me shed tears.nothing is so sad as the loss of a child. And, nothing so wonderful as the love which suddenly shines out in our dark days.๐Ÿ˜Š

  3. ‘Jean’, thank you for reading the poem God gave me, “God gave us God”. When I came by to visit, I have been refreshed by your words – and I am looking forward to hearing more that you share from a heart led by the Spirit. God bless you, and I pray that we can both be arrows pointing up.

  4. Hi, I just tagged you to a blog challenge, 20 Things You Might Not Know About Me Blog Tag . I thought I would try it and pass the tag on to several bloggers. Blog challenges can be a fun way to get to know each other. I enjoyed getting to know some things about the person who tagged me.
    I hope you enjoy it. Please visit
    to find out more. Many blessings to you! Elizabeth

  5. I came to your About page to learn more about the author. I am leaving feeling disappointed. An about page that shares something about the author seems a nice idea to me. Perhaps it is shyness or you have your own reasons.

    1. What would you like to know about me?
      I do not have much to boast about.
      In reality I am simply an older woman who has been very busy for the Lord in all sorts of practical ways. In my own church at the present time I do have quite a lot of authority as the Bishopโ€™s officer. In these later years … I am seeking to relinquish some of my administrative roles in response to a fresh calling from the Lord. Becoming less of a Martha, but cherishing a word from the Lord received more than 50 years ago… โ€œListen Marta (Martha) was my friend, she believed and trusted in me). These days I tire easily, but my aim is always to be โ€œa simple friend of Jesus.โ€

      1. Iโ€™m interested in where people live, why they started to blog. I like to learn about other corners of the world from people who live there. Food, buildings, special local events etc

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