All things good

When all is said and done the Royal wedding was a good day for Britain…and it didn’t rain! It was everything good about Great Britain that we know of on display for the world to watch. Crowds gathered together to celebrate a Royal wedding in a beautiful Abbey. The glorious colour and splendor of the guards and the ceremony. All things good coming together. A beautiful bride and a handsome Prince, and wonderful Christian hymns sung out. What was not to like?  It was a happy occasion a day to focus on something positive. I shared the day with my nephews who to my surprise also sat watching as the guests arrived and the wedding began. It all went smoothly and I didn’t see any negative press on it. It brought communities together for street parties and the nation together as a whole. I was reminded of the kind of kindred spirit at end of WW2 especially when the Lancaster bomber flew over Buckingham Palace and later when Prince William took his new bride for a spin in an Aston Martin. All things British and all things good! So may God bless William and Kate as they embark on their new married life may they continue to be good role models for Britain and a younger generation. I am reminded of the scripture in Philippians, it is good to focus on all things good and noble, its good for us.

Finally my late dad would of been so proud to have the Royal wedding taking place on his birthday.

Philippians 4:8 NIV

Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.

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One Response to All things good

  1. Miawa says:

    What a cheerful story, I didn’t watch. I’m just not into all that but I appreciate how warm you made it all sound. It must have been lovely.

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