Richmond Park London

“Richmond Park, in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, is the largest of London’s Royal Parks, and is of national and international importance for wildlife conservation. It was created by Charles I in the 17th century as a deer park.”Wikipedia

We visited the Park but only had time for a short visit. Here are a few pictures taken today. Please scroll down. Clearly the huge Park will reward a visit of several hours. What a beautiful and precious place. Refreshments are available – see last picture.

Photo John Bartels

Photo John Bartels
Photo John Bartels
Photo John. Bartels
Photo WD
Photo JB

A Very Sensible Box

Do we trust God and at the same time have many unanswered questions about Him and how He works? Leslie Weatherhead offers us some very sensible advice: Leave those questions in a box marked: “Awaiting Further Light.”

Sensible advice indeed, for “now we see through a glass darkly….” (1 Cor. 13,12)

The late Leslie D Weatherhead C.B.E. M. A. PhD. D. Litt. D. D. was Minister at the City Temple, London. He was President of the Methodist Conference and Hon. Chaplain to Her late Majesty’s Forces .He is the author of many books including “The Christian Agnostic”, where the above advise is recorded.

✝️ Glorious London Dawn for Her Majesty’s Funeral 19 September 2022

The dawn of a new life for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth ll

Her Majesty no doubt has experienced the truth that “No power in the sky above or in the earth below—indeed, nothing in all creation will ever be able to separate us from the love of God that is revealed in Christ Jesus our Lord.” Romans 8:39

Thanks to JD for the picture of the London dawn on 19 September 2022 at 6:43 am

Praise the Lord

Honouring Her Majesty at St. Matthews Wimbledon 18 September 2022

My she rest in peace and ride in glory – Amen

Four photos.

Beautiful Amersham

A is an ancient village 27 miles from London in the Chiltern Hills. The village has very peaceful atmosphere. The flowers are gorgeous. I will let the pictures I too speak for themselves.

How to really measure your wealth

How do you measure your wealth? By how much money you have? By the size of your house? By the make and size of your car? By the size of your yacht? By the cost of your clothes? By the cost of the watch you wear?

Scroll down below the picture and find out how you can you can REALLY measure your wealth.

An answer:

You are as wealthy as what you can do without.

“Read, mark and inwardly digest!”