IT IS just as if I am one in many, many millions.
Last Saturday my wife was trying to send an e-mail to people in our village with regard to the Act of Remembrance on the next day.
On Friday she had put an update into the computer and now she was having great difficulty in sending out this very important e-mail.
She rang our internet provider and although they were quite helpful, she felt as if she was one in many millions.
At one stage we had contemplated photo-copying the document and driving around the village to deliver them by hand, but fortunately somehow by late afternoon it all came right, and the emails were sent.
In these days of pandemic, it is so easy to think that we are one in many millions and nobody seems to care.
In the Gospels we read of many times when Jesus Christ was surrounded by thousands of people who had come to hear him and be healed.
But we also read that, even amongst the vast crowds, he was interested in helping the individuals and meeting their needs.
In Lockdown, to many of us, life can be so lonely and depressing, but be assured Jesus wants to help us through even the darkest of days.
Through Him, with our prayers, we come to His Father, God, who longs to be our Saviour and friend.
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