THIS week I read of a British lady who went on holiday to Benidorm in Spain and complained her time there was ruined because there were too many Spaniards in the town.
Some years ago my wife and I were in Italy and an English lady in our hotel asked if we were enjoying our holiday because hers was being spoilt by the fact there were too many Italians there.
It is like going to Weston super Mare, Blackpool or Skegness and moaning there are too many Brits there.
If I go abroad I expect to meet local people, to understand their culture and try to learn their language, although very often they speak exceptionally good English.
We live in a world of many diverse languages that it can be so difficult at times to understand what is being said.
The Bible tells us the gospel is being proclaimed to every nation, tribe, language and people so all have the opportunity to respond to the love of God and to accept the salvation which comes through his Son, Jesus Christ.
We are also told those who respond to this offer of knowing God will one day be united in Heaven with a universal language so each of us will understand what is being said
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