• A field of daffodils or a field with landmines - what do your relationships look like?

    In these posts I would like to share inspirational quotes and stories with you regarding those very important and very precious relationships we find ourselves in.





On the receiving end…

Monday, 10 November 2014 21:26 Written by 
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When I go through life tagging along my emotional baggage neatly stuffed into a hip “trolley suitcase”, I will find it very hard to trust God. 



As I stumble along, disconnected from the Source of life, I am not able to see how often the Spirit of God works in my life and my immediate world to heal and to free so that I can truly live. That is why I end up believing that there is no one out there who really cares about me or truly loves me.


In my brokenness  I tend to cling to the known of the “folding mattress” of my problem or crisis, because it has become inseparably part of my identity to the extent that I forget that God is not daunted by the size of my crisis or the complexity of my problem.


There are only two constants: the changing playing field of life on the one hand, and the unchanging love and faithfulness of God Himself on the other hand. I want to trust Him with all of my life. Will you?


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Alet Gardner

Hi there! I am an South African expat, living in the lovely Kent countryside in the UK.
I love everything meaningful and beautiful - so I try my hand at photography, painting, embroidery, needlework, cooking and writing.

My inspiration for all of this: the people that I love,
and the love that God has for me.

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