Good old John Newton would have had no idea that his hymn, Amazing Grace, would travel the globe and beu more than any other hymn. To him the words he wrote were deeply embedded in his life.
Tonight at our evening service it was lovely to hear the stories of the three people who were baptised today. All so different in age and circumstance. I'll put the link on the blog when it's up on the church website.
We sang the Chris Tomlin version which I love.
For a more classical and beautiful rendition, take a listen to the Celtic Women.
No, not that side! But thank God got through surgery ok yesterday. And thanks to all for love support and prayer.
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