Perfect Love Casts Out All Fear

We need to keep mindful in the present health situation. It’s so easy to fear, and if we do, it is possible that it’s not the fault of others. I don’t think the situation needs to be a threat to the faith we firmly hold. God is not directly responsible for tragedies. If you want evidence for that you’ll find plenty in “The Old Testament Case For Non Violence” by Matthew Curtis Fleischer. The Prime Minister made it his mantra “do the right to thing”. Very commendable but of course our priority as believers is to have faith in and to trust God.

Published by mick tulk

Iv`e had it up to here talking about just myself as I`ve just finished my autobiography. It`s called "ABSTRACT", and believe it or not, it`s about me ( among others whose names have been sensitvely altered ! ) But if I didn`t want to talk I wouldn`t be here would I? So go ahead....SHOOT.

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