Friends, sisters & brothers in Christ, I choose to end this blog series on the prayer “Our Father” with this short fourth post. In the series, I have touched on the questions of whether we should pray “Our Father” after the cross and how, in that case, we should pray. What I now want to… Read More Our Father, part 4. Vår Fader, del 4. Notre Père, partie 4.
In this third post in the series on the prayer “Our Father”, I develop what God has shown me, when I have been waiting for Him praying and asking, especially concerning how He intended us to use this particular prayer after the cross. Wise, as we are and mor clear, as everything has become, after… Read More Our Father, part 3. Vår Fader, del 3.
My husband Peter and I are different. What a revelation! Why else would God bring us together so that we can complement one another? Man and woman, as we are. One evening we discovered a letter from our bank SEB about money laundering. This probably meant that we had to fill in a form and… Read More Nothing is impossible. Inblick 2021:v32 Ingenting är omöjligt.
In the first post about the prayer “Our Father”, I indicated that there is a difference between praying before and after the cross. I wrote: “But the bloody cross then? Doesn’t that have any implications? We live after the cross and this prayer is taught by Jesus before Calvary.” In this post, I make a… Read More Our Father, part 2. Vår Fader, del 2.
30 years have passed and now I am back on the West Coast in Bohuslän. I do not remember exactly in which city we spent our holiday, but now it was in Tjuvkil, located right near the popular Marstrand. How circumstances are intertwined in time and space is inconceivable to my mind to include. There… Read More Up on the mountain
In English, på svenska, en français. After 8 years of constant writing, translating and publishing, the blog is celebrated with a Sabbath rest. Thank you dear readers for your faithful reading & support. Pray for the next phase of the blog. Follow the blog by clicking “follow” on the bottom right and share with your… Read More The blog celebrates 8 years. Bloggen firar 8 år. Le blog fête ses 8 ans.
The greeting phrase of the Greeks was grace and the peace of the Jews, or shalom. Paul greets the recipients of his letters, with both variants. It is probably deliberate, because the message he conveys would speak to all peoples. But it’s more ingenious than that, it would turn out. Grace and peace may seem… Read More Grace & peace. Nåd & frid
Peter and I were to record a TV program in Älmhult, the same day my dear friend celebrated her birthday. She works in central Älmhult and without knowing where she was, we passed a flower shop and after an intentional purchase of an African lily, I ran into her office to congratulate her and in… Read More The African lily. Den afrikanska liljan.
Sweden “turns the coat with the wind” when it comes to drugs, just like during World War II when we pretended to be neutral, but still allowed transports of German soldiers on Swedish railways (Wikipedia). We definitely say no! to the criminal drugs on the streets, but legalizes mind-altering medication, prescribed by doctors in white… Read More Sweden legalizes drugs. Sverige legaliserar knark.
“Our Father, who art in heaven.” We always start with the most important thing, and that is God. He is the Father. That is what is most important for our relationship with God, that He is our Father. He has made us born again, through His Holy Spirit and His Word. He is our Father… Read More Our Father, part 1. Vår Fader, del 1.