My Prayers and concern remain with you all during this time. So much has gone on during this year and now we head up to a Christmas, which proves to be controversial as far as the plans are concerned, that have been given to us.
This last week I was in our Surrey Prayer Time. In one of the Prayers the following was said: “Thank you God, you never go into Lockdown”.
You are invited to the ‘virtual’ Emergency Services Christmas Carols on Monday the 14th of December 2020 at 7pm. This will be a great evening to celebrate the real meaning of Christmas with friends and family along with colleagues from Surrey and Sussex Police and other Emergency Services Colleagues. This event is free but please book a ticket via: [email protected]
Finally, God’s Word. In one of our early morning Zoom Church Prayer meetings recently, it was pointed out how David being a shepherd would; as he wrote Psalm 23, know how vital it was to find water, food, and comfort for his sheep. How excited he would be when he came across such a place.
“They walked beside still waters and rested in green pastures”.
How vital for his sheep. For us too in these exceptionally difficult days, we need to come to Jesus, our Shepherd for everything, to take time out to rest.
We also read in His Word, that “God rejoices over us”. Like David was pleased to see his sheep receiving what they needed, so is God and “It is for His Name’s sake”. We are blest and others are; as they come into contact with us.
Rest this week in Him