Thursday, 27 May 2010
Thanking God for National Deliverances.
On Sunday May 26, 1940 King George VI called for a day of national prayer. In towns and villages across the nation the British people gathered to pray. Then early on May 27, Operation Dynamo was launched and during the next nine days 338,226 soldiers ( 198,229 British and 139,997 French ) were evacuated from Dunkirk. Would a day of prayer be called today? I think not. The words 'political correctness' spring to mind. Shame!