THIS week at the computer club I attend, the lecturer began talking about iCloud and explained what it is.
He went on to say it is a cloud storage and cloud computing system for computer data. But the thing is, that nobody really knows where it is.
So then all of the data from my computer, including this article, is somewhere, in fact anywhere on or above the earth.
Although you are reading this now in the Evesham Observer and I have a copy on my computer, there is a copy that as Judy Garland sang could be ‘Somewhere over the rainbow’.
I class myself as computer literate with a small ‘c’ and a small ‘l’, so I have to just wonder where is the cloud with all my data on? It is so baffling.
It is the same when we offer up our prayers to God, as our Heavenly Father, as it too can seem quite baffling.
But, as Jesus Christ taught us in what we call the Lord’s Prayer, it is so simple as we just simply talk to God as we would converse with our family, friends and those whom we meet daily.
To many, prayer can seem a daunting thing to do but Jesus tells us that we should approach God as a child would talk to it’s father or mother for advice, help and love
Something to Think About is supplied by Churches Together in Evesham and District