THE LOOK on a face speaks volumes. Over the last few days, three such expressions stand out.
Two belong to Prince William, firstly with his family in the Chelsea garden that his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge, helped to design and build. The second, the look of sheer delight as his favourite football team, Aston Villa, won the Championship play off final and were promoted back to the English Premier League.
The third face was that of Theresa May, full of sorrow and anguish as she gave her resignation speech outside No.10 Downing Street.
The look on our face can tell people a lot about how we are feeling deep inside, whether joy or sadness.
In the gospels we read so many times about the feelings that Jesus Christ had as he walked through the countryside and ministered to the people around him.
He could tell by just looking at people how they were feeling deep inside and from that he knew how he could help them.
The great thing is that although we cannot actually see him in person now, he knows just how we are feeling and he longs to help us as he did to those who met him personally.
Today we can offer up our prayers of thanksgiving for the good things or it can be a request to for him to step into our lives and help us in our present situation
Something to Think About is supplied by Churches Together in Evesham and District