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Passion

By Jenny McGregor
November 2003, Rhyl
A digital story from Capture Wales

God Given

Jenny gives us an insight into her relationship with religion, and why she feels so passionate about God.

"My passion is God.

God loves me. He loves me even if sometimes I don't love Him. He is with me always. Even on the darkest days He is like a light to my eyes. He made the heavens and the earth and everything in it -the hills, the valleys, the rivers, the waterfalls all the things I love.

He made cats and dogs, hedgehogs and elephants, even spiders. He made my husband and my only child and lots of grandchildren. He never ever lets me down.

Even when I feel lonely and sad He is watching over me every minute and even every second.

I don't have to go to church to know that God loves me. I just have to look up high in the mountains and deep in the sea, in the blinding light of the sun, in the face of a baby being born. I see Him still smiling at me.

He forgives everything I do because He loves me. He wants my company. He wants to walk with me everywhere I go and see the amazing things I do in life.

He is interested in all the things that interest me - food, drink, views, telly, computers and even my mobile phone. He is considerate. He is happy to give me what I need because He is my father, my Holy Spirit and He loves me.

When my only son died 12 years ago in an accident, God was there to pick me up, guide me and comfort me and set me off again on the path where I once was; the path that He has chosen for me.

God's not just mine. Even if you don't believe in Him, He still loves you. He is there for everyone all the time."

Jenny McGregor

Please tell us a little about yourself.
I'm 55 and have been married 38 years. I work with the elderly and attend Kinmel Bay Church. I have a cat called Kitty who is 21 years old.

What's your story about?
My story is about God's love for us all.

What did you find most rewarding about the workshop?
Everything and everybody!

Your comments

"Well, I think it's a good story and it makes me think of my life. I feel each person has a story inside them. Only god knows the story of evry individual as he created them and last but not the least I would like to appreciate Jenny Mcgregor for her nice story and her wonderful explantion of what God has done for her." Tina, Chennai India.

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