Author Archives: Mary Woodiwiss

We Are a Visited People

Visitation connotes being with, not just knowing about, and then carrying one and one’s daily life more closely to heart after the visit. Is it too much of a stretch to say that God’s visitation also means that, in his gracious love, he wants to be with us? more »

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Companions in the Fullness of Time

This Advent, as we turn again – individually and corporately – to watch and wait for, to worship and adore, the Lord who both has come and will come again, will we believe that he can deliver us from all that threatens our groundedness in Him? Can we become capable of trusting that He will walk with us in the hardest of times? more »

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