Thought for the Day 25th June

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Dear friends,

I do hope that you are coping with the heat of this week.

A bit of news: Thank you, the Circuit Prayer Meeting was well attended last night. We were blessed with the presence of Rev. Noel Nhariswa from Zimbabwe. He was noting that winter had arrived in Chemhanza and he had put on his hooded jumper. It was 15 degrees in Zimbabwe... cold for Noel , yet too hot for us to sleep easily. How wonderful is God's creation, where are all held in magnificent ever changing diversity? The 'holding' is the constancy of Gods' presence, radiating as the love of Jesus, and moving in the power of the Holy Spirit.

We are treated once more by the thought of Clare Pickering. Thank you Clare for giving time to this in the midst of adapting to fresh ways of teaching.

A gentle reminder: Rothwell Meth. Ch. will be open Thursday evening 7.30 -9 p.m. for private prayer. All are welcome.

Best wishes, Andrew

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