It is better to ake refuge in the Lord than to trust in man.
The Lord is my strength and my song, and He has become my salvation.
Psalm 118:8, 14
I don’t know how to react to the terrorist attacks in London. Clearly I can do no more than pray for those involved and those I know, and I’ve done so diligently since hearing of the bombings. Yet for all my physical distance, I feel more closely tied to the events than that, having just returned from central London. I know the tube stations where those bombs went off; I went to Edgeware Road for the Church Street market, and the Aldgate station while looking for a development trust. And I know people in London now, and although they’re well away from the bombing sites that makes it all the more real. I wrote to them immeditately when I heard the news, just hoping and praying they would not have for some reason gone into central London. One replied to my concerned email: