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The Doobie Brothers Listen To The Music
The Very Best Of The Doobie Brothers, Warner Bros
Juan Zelada What Do I Know
High Ceilings & Collarbones, Decca, 1
Björk Venus As A Boy
Bjork - Greatest Hits, One Little Indian
Barry White You're The First, The Last, My Everything
Barry White - The Collection, Mercury
Queen Another One Bites The Dust
The Game, Island, 3
Bruce Springsteen Born To Run
Born To Run, CBS
(CD Single), Warner Bros
Jodie Marie I Got You
Mountain Echo, Decca, 1
Elvis Presley & JXL A Little Less Conversation
(CD Single), BMG/RCA
The Dave Clark Five Bits & Pieces
Glad All Over Again, EMI
First Aid Kit Emmylou
(CD Single), Witchita, 1
The Pointer Sisters Jump (For My Love)
The Best Of The Pointer Sisters, RCA
Meat Loaf & Cher Deadringer For Love
Rock Of America (Various Artists), Trax Label
Sammy Davis Jr. The Candy Man
Hits Of 1971 & 1972 (Various Artists), Polydor
Maverick Sabre No One
Lonely Are The Brave, Mercury, 1
The Divine Comedy National Express
New Hits 99 (Various Artists), Sony Music TV
Squeeze Cool For Cats
Fantastic 70's (Various Artists), Sony Tv/Columbia
Bobby Darin As Long As I'm Singing
Florence + the Machine Shake It Out
Pixies Here Comes Your Man
T. Rex Get It On
Million Sellers Vol.19 - The Seventie, Disky
Monty Norman Orchestra James Bond Theme
The Best Of James Bond 30th Anniversa, EMI
Chris Isaak Live It Up
Beyond The Sun, Rhino, 1
Chairmen of the Board Give Me Just A Little More Time
Hits Of Hot Wax & Invictus (Various), Hdh
Pause For Thought
With Canon Ann Easter, Chief Executive of a Charity and Chaplain to the Queen.
Once upon a time, there was a young missionary who was so keen to tell people about God’s love that he decided that he would go as far as he could, to the other side of the world, to share the good news there.
So off he went, in a big ship at first, then a small rowing boat, all the way to the furthest island in the ocean and, as he pulled his boat up the beach with his few belongings, the islanders came to see what was going on.
‘I’ve come to tell you about God’s Son Jesus, the kindest person who ever lived, who loved everyone and never turned anyone away; he was always merciful and generous’
‘Ah’, said the island chief, ‘that’s very kind of you, but actually we already have some gods and we’re very happy with them. But since you’re here, you can stay if you like – make a shelter over there, on the beach’. So the missionary made his shelter and lived there all his life.
A few year later, another young missionary decided to go to that very same island and, as he pulled his boat up the beach, the islanders gathered round. ‘I’ve come to tell you about Jesus’ he said, ‘the kindest person who ever lived, he loved everybody…..’
‘Oh we know him’ said the islanders,’ he used to live in a hut on the beach’.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we were so full of love and faith that everyone could see God’s light shining through us? If only!
The Roman Catholic Church is giving out some cards for Christians to carry in their wallet or purse, to remind them of their faith and to remind other people too. In the absence of perfect integrity and love for all Creation, sometimes I think I need a card like this.
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