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Persecution in the workplace

Should you feel you are being persecuted at your workplace for your Faith in Christianity, then Andrea Williams & her legal team are the people to fight your cause.
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Joining Andrea on an Anti Abortion Rally.

Up until joining my local Church seven years ago, I would never have considered joining in a demonstration anywhere, let alone bothering going up to London, but the Anti Abortion Laws that were going through Parliament at the time seemed to hit a nerve.

I spoke to our Church secretary Anna & asked if she would be willing to join me on a march, I had heard her talking to some of the other Church members, so Knew it was of some interest to her.

We arrived at Victoria Station,  not quite sure in which direction to go, I said to Anna, what we could do with is a map, no word of a lie, as the word map left my mouth a women standing next to us just placed this map in my hand, the look on Anna's face was a picture, God was obviously on the case & provided.
Thank you Father I said to myself.

We studied the map & worked out our route to Westminster Chapel, on arriving in the square we could see a crowd beginning to gather, several representatives from local Churches were giving out wooden crosses & banners to carry on the march.

I am just going to revert back to being a Christian for a minute & try & explain some of the difficulties you might face on joining these events.
Although you are in a physical world where people may not like what you are doing & make every effort to stop you, or break up your group, you are also connected to a spiritual world that equally will attempt to do the same. So preparing yourself with Prayer & asking for protection before you leave home is important.

The above reflects on what I am about to tell you, as we stood in the square surrounded by tall buildings, we both felt this uneasy presence starting to drift over the crowd, not so much visible but definatly some form of darkness, the sky started to cloud over blocking out the sun,  it went very dark & cold. I started to Pray to myself & asked for the people to be protected & all demonic presences to be driven away, within seconds a wind started to circle around the crowd, very slight but noticeable, then all of a sudden the wind just lifted upwards like a small tornado lifting all the darkness with it, the clouds then parted & the Sun shone again, this is yet another testimony that God does exist.

Now on to the march, armed with our banners & crosses we set off around the City to show our solidarity against these proposed laws going through Parliament.
Hymns were being played as we slowly walked, there were about 200 Christians present, it was a peaceful protest in every way.
There was talk before we left that there would be anti demonstrators on route to upset our march, thankfully God had placed them else where & we were free to make our point without disturbance.

After about an hour or so we arrived on Westminster Bridge & stood looking out over the Thames.
In single file we all stopped at the meeting point where we were given a Rose, a Name of a child was called out, a Bell rung & we cast the rose into the river to remember the poor soul who had lost their Life through no fault of their own.
It was a moving ceremony & a reminder that we are here to protect the unborn in any way we can.

My plea to you today , if you see a march or protest that is close to your Heart & you feel you can join, do not hesitate, just go, it is so rewarding to be part of something that by numbers we will be heard & changes can be made for the better of Mankind.

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October 22nd, 2010 | Abortion

Christian Concern is urging politicians and members of the public to ‘Stop and Think’ next Wednesday, October 27, the 43rd anniversary of the passing of the Abortion Act (1967) as a new survey reveals widespread ignorance about the scale of abortion in Britain.

Since the 1967 Act, over 7,...

October 19th, 2010 | End of life

A writer from a leading think tank has warned that if assisted suicide is legalised then the old, ill and frail will be deemed expendable. Cristina Odone, a writer for the Centre for Policy Studies, has stated that the most vulnerable could be bullied into an early death and that any softening...

October 15th, 2010 | Abortion
Two pro-life protesters are celebrating after hearing that they will not be facing a criminal prosecution for a silent vigil outside an abortion clinic.
October 14th, 2010 | Sexual Orientation
Well known British actor, Sir Ian McKellen, is planning to tour schools across Britain to discuss homosexuality with children.
October 14th, 2010 | Islam
Islamic fundamentalists have gone to the High Court in an attempt to over-turn the Home Secretary's decision to ban 'hate preacher' Dr Zakir Naik from entering the UK.

 
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