Oh and this last one isn’t meant to be a funny, but it would seem, in the wake of the latest judicial proceedings in the Brexit saga, that the joke is on the British people – from our own Brexit voting leaflet prior to the vote:
As I stood in tears this morning – tears of relief, of gratitude to God, this song came to mind.
Reading the lyrics, it made me think of the freedom we have in God’s beautiful creation. Today is a day to thank God for giving Britain freedom. It may be a hard road for a while, but we are going to be a better country for it.
Thank you God, thank you. I praise you Heavenly Father, thank you. Thank you for hearing my prayers, thank you for giving us this freedom. THANKYOU!
Those were the words from my lips when I saw the headline this morning – I wept – tears of pure joy, relief and an uncertain excitement.God has given us freedom, for now, let’s take that freedom with all the solemnity it deserves and try now, more than ever, to do His Will – let us seek Him daily for our country, let us take time in prayer daily for the leadership of this new, free country. Let us rejoice, however, in what God has given us today – we get to leave Europe, and get out of the heavy yoke of its rules and its imperiousness. THANK YOU GOD!
Today I have been praying that any intended vote rigging by our incumbent government would be supernaturally foiled – that votes would end up in the correct piles and that the vote would be utterly fair. I hope you’ll stand with me in that prayer – this is a vital day for the UK!
This is an image I grabbed from a show that was done by the UKColumn:
And for a little humour, here are two theme songs for the day!
And of course:
I spoke to friends last night who said they had basically never been so keen to get a cross on a ballot paper. Let’s all pray for a fair vote today – that is my one concern after Scotland.