handsfacegrace

1 Corinthians 13:13 NIV "And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love."

HandsFaceGrace

Just to say that we will get over fear. We will shake hands with our colleagues, tenderly touch our childrens’ and grandchildrens’ faces, and give grace to truly everyone irrespective of their age, ethnicity, marital status, disability or lack thereof, gender, income, or educational background. Neither the furlough merry-go-round, nor the mask mania perpetrated by …

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Freedom Day

Well here it is. I didn’t expect the government would do this, but of all things they’ve gone and lifted national mask mandates. It is not all a happily ever after fairytale, though. With the mask juggernaut still lingering on London and Manchester public transport, and a PCR test bonanza to boot, the old normal …

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Faith in God

Dear God, I dedicate this public prayer in peace and in wholesome goodwill for everyone. First of all, I hope those who have felt apprehensive or otherwise uneasy to resume attendance at church services, be it down to world events or otherwise, do remarkably soon find the courage and strength to do so. And there …

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The Big V

So we arrive again to the subject of the government’s ‘sacred’ NHS vaccination programme, which has become relevant as a point of potential discussion once more as all UK citizens aged 18 and up have now become eligible for appointments. But that does not mean I am going along with it; in fact, I have …

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21/06

It is now, conceivably, harder than before to write new content for the HandsFaceGrace website. However, given the latest announcement by the government has caused yet more damage to the lives of thousands, and is quite a significant broken promise at that, I would feel, like with most weeks if not every new week that …

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Badge Bonanza

It is a little bit of a silly subject by some’s standards, but even so we cannot discount that this is not the behaviour of any morally and ethically conscious business. Favouring or disfavouring one over another for their medical choices is wrong. Would those last two sentences have gone against the grain to write …

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