Just come back from Church. Today it was at the Hornchurch chapel, where they broadcast a message from Utah, for the General Conference, held every six months.
An inspiring message from the Living Prophet, President Thomas S. Monson, who was 12 when he was a Deacon and today heads the Church.
There is something inspiring and in-touch-with-God when I hear the words of President Monson. God wants us to live by His words and actively do His work, it is not a passive Ministry.
He related the story of two young men, just ordained into priesthood by the Church.
Both of them were at sea, and found themselves in a life-and-death situation.
One of them said to the other :"By the power of the Holy Spirit given to me, I command you to live and not to die". Both survived, to tell the tale.
It was a one-and-a-half hour telecast, with hymn of Carry On, sung by a choir in suits and mainly red ties.
The Church in Utah holds about 31,000 people, and it was jam packed.
Inspiring testimonies by one of the Apostles, saying that the faithful women of the congregation ask that their men become as leaders in their homes, dutiful towards their families, and their communities.
We must not hide God's light in some corner of our hearts, but let it shine, as there is a constant battle with the negative forces, explained Adrian Oocha.
Inspiration for a peaceful Sunday, for the rest of the week, hopefully for the rest of life.
In the name of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus the Christ.