We must now, as God's people did over 2000 years ago, lift our voices in this prayer: "Veni, Veni Emmanuel (O Come, O Come, Immanuel)".
It's easy to be thankful for the good things that happen to you.
Considering the Adventist Church's historical stance on the separation of Church and State, how do we respond to the increased attention and scrutiny brought on by the presidential candidacy of one of our prominent members?
Where do we stand when it comes to the causes of our Evangelical nation? Nearly 500 years ago, a young monk stood all alone before the the greatest assembly of powers, princes, and pontificates the world had ever seen.
Theresa May has had to soften her hard Brexit stance in the wake of a humiliating election performance which saw her fail to secure a majority.
The Prime Minister is said to be preparing to offer a “generous” deal for EU citizens in the UK, having previously refused to guarantee them any residency rights.
In February John Hardman, who runs Hops Labour Solutions, which recruits around 12,000 seasonal farm workers each year told In early 2017 he saw a 30 per cent rise in the number of farms seeking his services to help them find workers.
British Summer Fruits said on Thursday that the Government will see income tax, National Insurance and income tax revenues fall as the industry suffers and UK growers go out of business.”It is inconceivable that people who voted to leave the European Union wanted to destroy an iconic and incredibly competitive British horticulture industry, and see the end of buying British produce.“But if we cannot ensure access to the seasonal workers needed to produce soft fruit in Britain, that will be an unintended consequence of Brexit - along with soaring prices and increased reliance on imports.” The industry has been warning of the impact of Brexit for months.The country will also become more reliant on food imports, the report predicts.It has called for a Seasonal Agriculture Permit Scheme which would allow European workers to enter the UK on fixed-term contracts “to fill the jobs UK citizens shun”.