Tuesday, 23 December 2014


Another tragedy befalls Glasgow. Please include all involved in your prayers over this Christmas time and if you don’t believe in the power of prayer then do spare a kind thought.


Anonymous said...

Sad thoughts for the victims and their friends, family, colleagues and neighbours. These tragedies touch so many people.

The one thing that cheered me a bit was the way that people responded, as they always do in Glasgow (and I'm sure many other places) with kindness and generosity.

We're blessed to have such good people.

Flaxen Saxon said...

It is indeed sad and I think of all the poor family members bereft and devastated. I can't pray because I'm an atheist. Can't help thinking though that a benevolent god should have prevented it from happening; just so senseless. But that being the case, there would be no need for prayer, eh?

Stewart Cowan said...


Same old, same old. Also, mention prayer or God and atheist(s) have to start a religious war (of words)!

Bad things happen because we live in a fallen world. Why blame the Almighty when it was Adam and Eve's fault?

Anyway, prayers duly said!

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