Wednesday, 12 May 2010
So ... there's a new man in town!
Some are looking on with somewhat an apprehensive mindset...they're not sure what to expect from this new government and new Prime Minister, David Cameron.
They have not forgotten the days gone by of the era of the Tories rule. One has only to think of the Iron Lady and I guess that thought brings shivers down one's spine. I guess only time will tell whether the new dispensation will do us, the public, any favours or will they work to only serve their own interests and rule us with an iron rod yet again.
To my bros and gals in Christ I would say whatever the case, we don't need to worry too much about who's in power because no matter what the economy or political situation is like, we know that we are citizens of a higher and better kingdom. God's got our back and He will see us through any crisis.
God says we should honour those in authority because he has allowed them to get into that position; so let's pray for them
and put this nation into the hands of God. And if you were not happy about the way things turned out but you didn't vote maybe now is the time to rethink your strategy or if you weren't registered, go online and register your name so that come next election, you will be amongst the many at the polls. Don't complain about things if you aren't prepared to do your part to effect change...that's some advice for free right there.
It seemed funny seeing David entering No 10 so soon after Gordon Brown had left...one of my friends remarked..."He's moving in already...I bet the bed is still warm..."
I, for one have always had a soft spot for Gordon Brown. Yeah I like the man and I was sad to see him go. His farewell speech was so touching last night and I wish him well in Scotland. So long papa Brown, we will miss you. (well some of us at least)