Thought for Sunday 5th December 

Jeremiah 33:16 

“In those days Judah will be saved and Jerusalem will live in safety. This is the name by which it will be called: ‘The Lord Our Righteous Saviour.’”

There is a strong political tone to these words, so it is no surprise that people expected the coming King to throw off the shackles of Roman oppression. But most of us know that the strongest prison bars are within our own heads; the liberation we most need this Advent is from the inner demons who trouble us: greed, materialism, selfishness... 

Reflection: We should of course pray for world peace, but our prayers should begin: “Lord, start the work with me.”

Eric Foggitt

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