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Sunday, 2 September 2018

Where 2 or 3 Are Gathered

An unlikely trinity was invoked during the intercessions this morning as Norvik prayed for "Nigel Farage, Jacob Rees Mogg and Donald Trump", that they might continue "their good work."

Charlii butted in to suggest that people should offer their own prayers, immediately then commending to the Lord the work of Vince Cable and Chuka Umunna. While a seemingly delirious Chaznay prayed for Sadiq Khan to be forgiven for hovering over London in a bikini.

Before we knew it, the whole Beaker Folk were chipping in with prayers for their own particular political party or agenda, including the Palestinians, "all Zionists", the Revolutionary Communist Party and the cast of Eastenders. The intercessions fell apart into a giant fight.

From now on, prayers for the Government are strictly to be that both the Government and the Opposition be granted godly wisdom.  No more, no less, without written permission from me or Hnaef. I hope that's clear.

On the subject of the notices, Norvik's other unexpected contribution of the day, at 8pm we are having a beetle drive.  Not a rally.



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2 comments :

  1. I agree with Norvik. Because we are commanded to pray for our enemies. May Nigel Farage, Jacob Rees-Mogg and Donald Trump (and some others I could name) be given wisdom to recognise their errors and wrong-doing, and humility to repent and confess them. And me too.

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  2. Sounds as if the diverse congregation in the Moot House are not as diverse as disfunctional. I wonder why the Arch Druid's Cricket Bat and Steel Toe Capped Boots no longer threaten vengeance on those dissenters. Perhaps a leadership challenge is called for?

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