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  1. FAO Graham Cousins Hi Graham I just watched your latest post from last week. I’d like to say I’ve enjoyed your interpretation of the psalms. Many of them I used to sing as a teenager in my church choir in St Helens. Probably their meaning was a little beyond me in my young Christian mind especially as the words were “old fashioned” and difficult to understand. There is much hopefulness to be gleaned from them amongst some dark words. Thank you for your work throughout these strange times. Jesus is our light at the end of the tunnel. Let’s pray we will be in better times soon. God Bless all our caring and medical professionals, our key workers in all areas. Bless our children and their teachers. And all in authority that they may be guided to the best decisions for our country and the world. Lord help us as we journey through this difficult time.

    I really appreciate the Sunday online services. I think I’ve only missed two since they began as I was on holiday in Wales and travelling both Sundays.

    Bless you and your team

    Chris Hayward in Flail Close, Greasby

    Ps my online is is Chris Parr(My maiden name)

    Xxxx❤🙏🙏

    On Thu, 10 Sep 2020, 07:39 Christ Church Moreton, wrote:

    > grahamjcousins posted: ” This week we turn to Psalm 116, which reminds us > that God does hear when we cry out to him. https://youtu.be/7NxrCRsFWmo ” >

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