Tuesday 22 December 2015

Christmas message

I thank all who have turned to this site over the last year and read the words in the postings.

I wish you all a very happy, peaceful and blessed Christmas and hope you will join me again at the end of next week.

I would very much like to hear from any of you and so know the names at least to whom I writing.

The response from the United States has been an overwhelming factor and source of much encouragement, especially as often the content is primarily relating to the United Kingdom. Well might I say therefore, God bless America!

I hope those of you who kindly read from the UK will tell your friends, especially members of your Churches


A bus on a road in Kenya was carrying people to a shopping centre when it was ambushed by a group of Islamist militants who stormed the bus and wanted to carry out their usual insidious practice of separating Muslims from Christians. They ordered all Muslims to one side, where they would test them to see if they could recite verses from the Qaur’an, and if they failed they would be taken away and shot, as we have seen in previous attacks.

On this occasion the plan failed as the Muslims were friends with the Christians and stated that the attackers must either shoot them all or none. The militants killed two and injured four, but the rest were released. The news media has not identified the faith of those killed.

If all Muslims were to act as nobly as those gallant ones did, what a much more peaceful world we would have, as well as greater inter-relationships between our two faiths.

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