It’s Alright to be Less, to make Jesus Great (Saint James Palace London)

Sunday July 1, 2018

It is wonderful to take a walk in London. It’s as if you are walking on a Biblical lane. I know nothing beats walking in Israel, Turkey, Greece, Syria, Iraq, Iran among other places mentioned in the bible too. But why would I go there when I have not exhausted myself reading the Bible through the landmarks of London? I would like to take you to Saint James Palace. It is in Central London not far from Buckingham Palace. It is the oldest palace in the United Kingdom. Kings and queens of England used to live here for more than 300 years. It is situated on the former site of a medieval hospital for leprous women. A religious foundation dedicated to Saint James, The Less. Henry VIII acquired the hospital and its grounds in 1531- 1536 and turned the former hospital into a palace. Today, the State Apartments of Saint James Palace are sometimes used for entertaining incoming State visitors and is home to several members of the Royal Family. Prince George was christened here in 2013. The Three Biblical James Remove not the ancient landmark, which thy fathers have set. Proverbs 22:28 KJV. This is one attribute of the United Kingdom that I admire so much. Though thousands of years have passed, the landmarks their forefathers had set up are respected and remain intact up to the present. In the Philippines, there are some politicians who keep changing the names of landmarks to serve their own purposes. I wonder if it is a display of inferiority complex or narcissistic complex. It is not practical and not biblical at all. Maybe another hindrance for our continuous growth. I wondered who noticed to whom the hospital and the palace were named after. Saint James, The Less....... Read more on Full Issue!

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