Those of you who use ‘Facebook‘ may have seen my candle.
Each day I receive up to 40 ‘likes’ and I am presuming that those who respond have noticed that I change the text each day – e.g. Let your light shine forth! – The light of the world! – This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine!. The responses come from many places in the world and are from Christian, Muslims and some without a faith, illustrating that many, of whatever persuasion (or none), are seeking comfort and hope in the light of the world.
I managed to upload Sheila and Roy’s photograph on Sunday showing the candle to the forefront of St. George’s in the early evening light. You can see it below.
Many of you have indicated that you are also lighting candles in your windows at 7:00pm and it is heart-warming to think of so many candles shining out into our struggling world; accompanied today by a prayer sent by Kathryn Darby, who received it from a friend in Belfast.
Dear Lord, I pray that You will lead us all safely by the hand through this dark tunnel and out into the sunshine of renewed life. Amen.
We ask for God’s blessing on each one of us and on those whom we love.
Here’s a thought. There must be some kind of shelf life or use by date, for the beer in our pubs, and it seems to me to be a waste of good beer and a loss for our publicans. Is there a way in which the beer and cider can be bottled or provided so that we can buy it for use at home?
My nearest local is the Horseshoes, and I know that Theresa and Jeff have a very nice Merlot, and I’d be happy to take a case of that off their hands. Pay by BACS, or post a cheque. And I’d take some beer and cider, if it is bottled or in usable cask. I bet there others too, who would do so. In a small way it might help their income too. I think there are volunteers who would deliver it to those of us in isolation.
These are businesses in the village which we ought not to lose.
This post can also be an offer to all our local businesses, that you can use this site to advertise your services within the government’s constraints.
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