Glenda

12 Jun 2018

The Wonderful World of Books

I love reading. I love books. I love the escapism of tales of love, and mystery, and suspense, and history, my taste is eclectic. I learnt […]
4 Jun 2018

No to Abortion!

The bitter truth, however, is that the majority of pregnancies are terminated not because of deformity, or as a result of rape. They are the result of flagrant and irresponsible sexuality, people copulating without precaution, knowing they will not be brought to account for their actions
12 Mar 2018

A Small Round Stone

How do you feel today? What emotion predominates and if you were to allow it free rein where might it lead you?   One of my […]
19 Dec 2017

It’s Christmas!

For most of my life I have downplayed the importance of Christmas for a variety of reasons, the main one being that my grandmother and my […]
22 Sep 2017

God of Comfort

I have often found that people who claim the bible to be a collection of fables, a series of tall stories, or historical references that have […]
19 Sep 2017

The Wedding on the Banks of River Khwai

I’m a tree. I’ve been a tree for a long time. I live on the banks of the Khwai River. It is a peaceful spot and […]
5 Apr 2017

Have courage, Walk in Integrity

  Whenever the Lord starts giving me scriptures about trusting Him, it’s a sure-fire certainty that I am about to be tested in this area. The […]
13 Feb 2017

Home Help or Hindrance

I read an account in our local paper a while back of a woman who had been robbed by the person she employed as domestic helper. […]
7 Feb 2017

Clumsy, Thy Name is Glenda!

It all started before Christmas. I was on my way home from Nelspruit when I did something really stupid. On a previous trip, during winter, I […]
30 Jan 2017

When there is no cake

I try and walk most mornings, weather and lungs permitting. A few months back, much against my better judgement, I allowed myself to be talked into […]
19 Jan 2017

Poisonous Pens

There are many conflicting thoughts running around in my head today, so this blog may turn into three! Over the past week I have, among other […]
7 Jan 2017

So Who is the Real Loser?

It’s four and a half hours since I awoke to a silent house, no hum of fridges, or water pumps, or daylight switches humming their warning […]
31 Dec 2016

Goodbye 2016! Goodbye bigotry?

Goodbye 2016 I was watching a review of 2016 on eNCA that outlined instances of racism that made headline news in South Africa during 2016. This […]
13 Oct 2016

The Morning Wind

The Morning Wind   An errant breeze ruffled curtains A glimpse of indigo sky The morning star proudly incandescent   There’s a whispering in the cane […]
6 Jun 2016

Not Over Yet!

It really is ridiculous. I came back from a wonderful refreshing ten days in Mozambique, and then what happened? How did five weeks fly by, and […]
11 May 2016

The Healed Place

Just when you possibly all thought I had disappeared for good, here I am, back again, after a wonderful break in my old haunt in Mozambique. […]
20 Apr 2016

A Last Word on Idols

A large part of repentance is making right the wrong you have done. I think that at times this making good is so horrific that it […]
14 Apr 2016

Those Insidious False Gods!

After that golden morning on the beach, when the Lord decided I had had enough cossetting and now needed to take the next step of my […]
31 Mar 2016

The Truth Shall Set You Free

Through all the years of turmoil in my life I was quite confident that I trusted the Lord. I was a committed Christian who had read […]
24 Mar 2016

The Real Meaning?

Words are living, with a creative power that can work for good or bad. God spoke the world into being. The Word of God is living, […]
18 Mar 2016

The Revenge of the Ants

Thank heavens it’s Friday! It’s been a long while since I felt relieved to be at the end of a week, and hopefully at the end […]
14 Mar 2016

Till death … or divorce

Last week I spoke about divorce, and how clear the word is with regard to re-marriage. I don’t for one minute think that God withdrew His […]