Just back from weekend away with Limerick Baptist Church. Had a great time, they are a great bunch of people. It's a strange feeling. On one hand I am in no rush to leave Richhill. Richhill Methodist has been my happiest experience of church and I love the people dearly. On the other hand I am looking forward to getting to know those in Limerick better. I suppose the thing to do is cherish these last days in Richhill in the knowledge that I hope to have many days ahead with those in LBC.
Meanwhile, the Northern Ireland elections were refreshingly boring and normal.
I have discovered that Claire and Geoff's wedding is on the day of both the Magner's league and Champions' league finals (poor Ramyie, father of the bride, who is a big Man U fan - it will be even worse for him if Ulster make the final). Don't worry I know that the wedding is far more important (even if Munster make it to a Thomond match).
...it is a well-known law of the spiritual life that our love for God will spring up and flourish just as our knowledge of Him increases. To know Him is to love Him, and to know Him better is to love Him more (A. W. Tozer).