NOW HE admits that twice he got it wrong and made decisions which cost England the match against Wales in the Six Nations Rugby game last Saturday.
I am referring to the referee whose decisions allowed Wales to score two tries which gave them the match and a top of the table position with England languishing near to the bottom.
Unfortunately, those actions have to stand.
I am sure that there will have been many times in our lives that people have made decisions that have gone against us and caused us distress and discomfort.
Likewise, we too, may have taken steps which have caused problems for other people and for which we have deep regret.
There are many occasions in the Bible where we read that Jesus Christ did what people thought was wrong and certainly criticised him for his actions.
In this period of Lent, we are reminded of the time that Jesus went into the Wilderness for forty days to be tempted by the devil and I am sure that his family and friends really criticised him for allowing the temptations to take place.
But, of course, Jesus did it because he wants us to know that whatever situation we may be going through at this moment of time in our lives, he has experienced similar and therefore can come alongside us and help us through.
His help is available as we lift up a prayer to him
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