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Nearly There

Only another 600 kilometers to go.

My wife took her grey jumper off this afternoon.

The forecast for Brisbane is 27 degrees tomorrow.


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Hay Tonight, Narrabri Tomorrow

Longest day’s drive tomorrow.

So, an early start will be in order.

Looking forward to getting the Hay to West Wyalong section out of the way.

It was interesting to drive through a lot of countryside we’d never seen before today.

Apparently the beds are made and ready for our arrival on Wednesday.


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On The Way Again

So, this is like the official start of the trip.

Hay tonight.

And for something different we’re taking a longer route and traveling through Mildura.

Because – why not?

And yes, I will close the trunk.


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Heidelberg Catechism – Lord’s Day 32

Heidelberg Catechism – Lord’s Day 32

86.
Q. Since we are redeemed from our sin and its wretched consequences by grace through Christ without any merit of our own, why must we do good works?
A. Because just as Christ has redeemed us with his blood he also renews us through his Holy Spirit according to his own image, so that with our whole life we may show ourselves grateful to God for his goodness and that he may be glorified through us; and further, so that we ourselves may be assured of our faith by its fruits and by our reverent behavior may win our neighbors to Christ.

87.
Q. Can those who do not turn to God from their ungrateful, impenitent life be saved?
A. Certainly not! Scripture says, “Surely you know that the unjust will never come into possession of the kingdom of God. Make no mistake: no fornicator or idolater, none who are guilty either of adultery or of homosexual perversion, no thieves or grabbers or drunkards or slanderers or swindlers, will possess the kingdom of God.”


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Sunday Night In Adelaide (Part Two)

This is how we roll.
Wayville Baptist Church.
An opportunity to see an old friend.


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Sunday Night In Adelaide (Part One)

Trinity 5.00pm.

A recently departed friend of mine would surely approve.

(even if they did sing the wrong last verse of Amazing Grace 😉)