Photo Of The Day


I’m in a Premier Inn and it’s the night before my Gran’s funeral. We have been for a meal and I had some change in my pocket after buying some drinks in the bar.  When I got back to my room I emptied my pockets and this is how they landed. Genuinely, this is how they fell.

Who said God doesn’t speak in his own way to us?!


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    1. When I came to the same set of coins the next morning they had been pushed around a little (you know how it is when you’re away from home and nothing has its own place overnight!) and they had been rearranged into another cruciform shape. God was definitely with me that morning, it was one of the hardest days of my life so far. I gave a eulogy at my Gran’s funeral on Monday morning and I couldn’t have done it without God by my side. I really felt him carrying me through it.


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