Key-line and gift to spit-about: ['Is it a coincidence or is it meant to be?' ]/// THAT, ...right up my alley and gagging for a think/write/think // PAS a 'prayer galviniser' with aspirations and the 'prophetic'. Suggest you take a lot of nothing-else but a Bible and writing material, find time-agenda and space, ...and hour's kind of time/ Disregard, *knowing the future* and the P. word glib's use and the commonly understood gabber. Hey, MJ. ['Ain't pally-pally, wonder why they never see I. Got bigger fish to fry...']
Meet/ Clash/ ...consider, man from, back in the... and, fresh with it.
DOMINIC LAWSON: According to conventional Left-wing opinion, the late Sir David Amess (left) could not have been one of the good guys. He was a Conservative MP - and therefore one of the type the Labour Party deputy leader Angela Rayner recently described as 'scum'. But the much more important aspect of the man, evoked by colleagues across the political spectrum in the days since he was stabbed to death while conducting his constituency 'surgery', is that he was a thoroughly good human being. Or, in the word now greatly overused: caring. As a devout Catholic (despite his support for the death penalty), Amess would have absorbed the Gospel injunction: '*Let us not love in word and speech, but in deed and truth.'