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James Sit Down
True Brit (Various Artists), Polygram Tv
Train & Ashley Monroe Bruises
California 37, Columbia, 1
Jackie Wilson (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher & Higher
Midnight Soul (Various Artists), Music Club
Goo Goo Dolls Iris
(CD Single), Hollywood Records
Fyfe Dangerfield She Needs Me
(CD Single), Geffen, 1
The Beatles I Should Have Known Better
The Beatles - A Hard Day's Night, Parlophone, 2
The Beatles I Will
The White Album, Parlophone, 16
Mick Hucknall That's How Strong My Love Is
(CD Single), ATCO Records, 1
The Supremes Stop! In The Name Of Love
Diana Ross & The Supremes - 40 Motown, Polygram Tv
Lindisfarne Fog On The Tyne
Lindisfarne - On Tap, Essential
Marty Robbins A White Sport Coat
Acuff-Rose Opryland Music: 50th Anniv, Acuff-Rose Opryland
The Rolling Stones Doom & Gloom
(CD Single), Polydor
Elbow One Day Like This
(CD Single), Fiction, 1
Greatest Hits Of The 80's (Various), Disky, 5
The Coral In The Morning
(CD Single), Deltasonic
Robbie Williams Candy
(CD Single), Island, 1
Meat Loaf Bat Out Of Hell
Bat Out Of Hell, Epic
Meat Loaf You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth
The Very Best Of Meatloaf, Virgin
Meat Loaf Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad
No Greater Love (Various Artists), Global Records & Tapes
Tyler James Single Tear
The Unlikely Lad, Island
Genesis Turn It On Again
Genesis - Duke, Virgin
Yello The Race
Now 13, Part 2 (Various Artists), Now
(CD Single), Parlophone
Kylie Minogue Flower
(CD Single), Parlophone
Pause for Thought
From Rev'd Rob Gillion
It’s Faith in the world week and where better to start than with Pause for Thought contributions from different faiths each day.
I want to suggest that we have more in common than we have differences.
I had the joy this week of leading school assembly for the nursery at our Church school.
We have a very high percentage of Muslim children, and when their parents were asked why send them to a Christian Church school they said because we know our faith will be respected, they will be taught moral values and virtues. “I know it’s not the only place to get those things.”
Well in assembly I told a story from the Bible where Jesus spoke about love, forgiveness, and being able to say sorry.
I was reminded as I sat on a very small chair in the classroom some of the rules of my old nursery school and how they could apply to us all in the world.
Share everything; play fair; don’t hit people; Don’t take things that are not yours; say you’re sorry when you hurt somebody; have biscuits and milk and take a nap in the afternoon. And finally, when you go out into the world watch out for traffic, hold hands and stick together.
With our theatre work in the church with teenagers at risk at the end of every rehearsal, and before every performance we hold hands in a circle in prayer. They come from different cultures and hold different beliefs – but we unite in God’s love.
Think what a better world it would be if we all had biscuits and milk about three in the afternoon and then lay down for a nap. And it’s still true, no matter how old you are when you go out into the world its better to hold hands and stick together.
Singing songs is also an important part of nursery learning, and of course rap for the young people! –
This song – our own British National anthem sums up for me this world faith's week.
Not on this land alone
But by God’s mercies known
On ev’ry shore.
Lord , make the nations see
That all humanity
Should form one family
The wide world o’er.
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