WATCHING a Premiership football game the other day on TV with my son and grandson, I remarked that I considered a throw-in to be a foul throw.
They both agreed with me but said that if each foul throw was penalised then the game would take much longer.
But if each foul was punished, then surely the players would get the message and take proper throw-ins each time in future.
Another grandson plays professional rugby for Harlequins and I keep asking him why is there still scrums, when the ball is not put in the centre of the scrum for the hookers to do their job of getting the ball back to their forwards. That is what happened when I played Rugby Union at school.
I look back over my eighty years and realise that so much has changed but not always for the better, but I do not moan about the changes whether good or bad.
One thing never changes and that is day follows night, whatever man may try do to alter that.
As we approach Easter, we once again realise that the fact that Jesus Christ died on the Cross at Calvary, will never change and it will always be the Way of Salvation for mankind to come to God the Father.
Whatever changes we may have witnessed, we can always be assured that the way to God is always open for each one of us to enter into His Love, Joy and Peace.
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