Amazing Grace . . .

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Should we be afraid to upset the world?

I wonder, are people going to Hell because we put up with the idiots, and are afraid to call a spade a spade? Not this chap. He (Todd) has a strange style, but he speaks a lot of the truth. He does not call a spade a digging implement. We should call out those who … Continue reading Should we be afraid to upset the world?

The Wisdom of the Wise.

I was listening to a conversation at work earlier today. I felt equal parts sad and angry. Frustrated and at a loss. The world is wise in it's own eyes, and more and more moving further and further away from God and Christ Jesus. I've said this before in places, but the world is going … Continue reading The Wisdom of the Wise.

God Knows.

Mark 10 Jesus Heals Blind Bartimaeus 46 Now they came to Jericho. As He went out of Jericho with His disciples and a great multitude, blind Bartimaeus, the son of Timaeus, sat by the road begging. 47 And when he heard that it was Jesus of Nazareth, he began to cry out and say, “Jesus, Son of David, … Continue reading God Knows.

Toothache & Treatment

Anyone following me on Facebook recently will have seen that I have been going through some terrible toothache this past week. It has affected the tooth, my gum and jaw, my upper jaw, my ear, my eye, and that side of my head. It has been awful. I have a thing about dentists. Not a … Continue reading Toothache & Treatment

Freedom In Christ

Kim and I are starting the Freedom In Christ course this afternoon, with a couple of friends. We're all of a certain age now, where there are a lot of younger people in the church, and a few older. Not so many of our age, I'm afraid. I admit that I had not heard of … Continue reading Freedom In Christ

Friday At Last . . .

I was woken up this morning by the alarm. This doesn't happen too often, I'm more in the habit of lying there waiting for it. Listening to one of the dogs snoring, or being pushed out of bed by the other one. I've been having some really weird dreams over the past few months. Involving … Continue reading Friday At Last . . .

Fox hunting thugs under investigation by police target primary schools

Pride's Purge

Thugs from Thurlow Hunt are currently under investigation by police for assault and illegally killing a fox on Boxing Day:

So it seems incredible that just days later, Barnadiston Hall Primary School in Suffolk – with children as young as 7 years old – would invite the thugs to pay a visit:

Presumably to explain to their children how much ‘fun’ it is to watch defenceless animals being ripped apart alive by dogs?

Fox hunters and their thuggish supporters are getting increasingly panicky over the massive scale of public opposition to their disgusting predilection for tearing beautiful British wildlife apart for so-called ‘sport’.

And targeting primary schools shows the prospect of the hunting ban not only continuing but being strengthened, is leading hunters to take more and more desperate measures.

Fox hunting thugs with balaclavas and metal pipes:

Time to put an end to this disgusting activity once and for…

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Away Day (Nearly)

Team away day at work today. Not my favourite thing. Sit in wee groups. Interact with each other. Do set tasks (working together), Learn more about work and the future, and more about each other. I managed to reach the second stop after catching the bus, and I had to alight. Panic Attack. I manage at … Continue reading Away Day (Nearly)