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Temples of the Holy Spirit

All the people I meet, every day, are temples. It is our true nature to be receptacles of the living breath of God. The Holy Spirit roosts in each one of us, speaks the language of each one of us, shares the sorrows, terrors and joys of each one of us

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Speaking to the Soul: Broken Stones and End Times

We cannot operate out of fear, but neither can we operate out of complacency. When Jesus comes back he is not going to compliment the pretty stones and monuments, the nice gated communities, the well-run businesses, and the lavish lifestyles of many of his followers.

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Speaking to the Soul: Keys of life

“I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven, and whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven.” Matthew 16:13-20

Before the curtain was torn

from top to bottom

Already the divide was breached.

With keys jingling

in Peter’s pocket

We approach the door

Eyes focussed on the barrier.

Cautiously placing the key in the lock

the door swings wide.

But then we notice

the lack of walls!!!




The Rev Ann Fontaine is the associate priest at […]

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