Dear Friends,

Earth Day is held each year on the 22nd of April, and I know that it is now May, but I want to highlight just whose the Earth is.

Psalm 24 tells us, “The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it; for he founded it on the seas and established it on the waters.”

I am a huge, if not the hugest, fan of Sir David Attenborough, who, through his zoological travel around the world, has brought so much of God’s creation to me, the vast majority of which I will never see in the flesh, so to speak. He started off by collecting creatures for zoos, something which is abhorrent to me and to him today. Over many, many years he has been a campaigner for the planet and through his interaction with creation, and, in my opinion, has grown to love it passionately.

One of the programmes looked at the sea and I was appalled to see plastic wrapped around sea creatures, caught in plastic nets, drowned in what is their home, starved to death because they could not free themselves from our detritus.

So, my plea is, if you can avoid buying things with plastic please do.

If not, then Reduce, Reuse and Recycle it.

“The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it”

Bless you all,




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