READING a recent article by a chairman of one of the UK Heritage Railways, he was saying that they would have to take ‘hold of the nettle’ with regard to all the stock which was lying around in their yards.
Visiting many of these railways, I can understand what he means, with so many old and rotting carriages, wagons and engines in their sidings which is quite an ‘eyesore’ to the visiting public.
Over the decades the thought has always been, we are heritage organisations and we need to keep these items so that we can repair and use them. Sadly, this has not happened in so many cases and so they must now either sell or scrap.
When my wife and I downsized, we had to make decisions as to what we would keep, sell, give away or scrap. Life can be like that with so many aspects which can hinder us from living in a way that is both beneficial to us and those around us.
We read in the Gospels of so many occasions when Jesus Christ came into people’s lives and experiences, where He made a complete change which caused them to be the people who God wanted them to be.
By accepting Jesus into our lives, we too can enjoy a new and exhilarating lifestyle for our benefit and the benefit of others.
Churches Together in Evesham and District supplies Something to Think About