Gwyneth's August Letter

28 Jul 17

August

It’s August! – that can only mean one thing – Flower Festival !

 One thing is self-evident from the Festival is that we will all join forces together – both community and church. It is a time of fellowship as well as hard work and usually we all enjoy the occasion.

The theme this year is “Change” Jesus certainly brought about change – a change that would alter the way of life for the whole world. We more or less live out these changes on a day to day, year to year basis. Most of our values echo the message Jesus gave us. We revolve around Christmas, Easter, Harvest, and Advent on a yearly basis both in our own personal lives and commercially. Business would miss the income derived from all our Christian festivals.

One way or another we owe a lot to Jesus Christ – I think life would be very boring without Him, He is our Friend, our Father, our Comforter and our Joy.

Thank God for Jesus.

 Gwyneth

Lay Reader

 Prayer 

O God, our true life, to know You is life, to serve You is freedom, to enjoy You is a kingdom, to praise you is the joy and happiness of the soul. I praise and bless and adore You, I worship You, I glorify You. I give thanks to You for Your great glory. I humbly be You to live with me, to reign in me, to make this heart of mine a holy temple, a fit habitation for Your divine majesty.

St. Augustine 

St. Augustine

(354-430)

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