Thought for the Week From MU


13th - 19th January 2019 - Medical Issues

The televising of the Invictus Games brought into stark reality the range of medical issues which are the consequence of military action. The competitors described and displayed the many ways in which medical issues are cured. Such issues are of course evident in all corners of our society. The cure Jesus offers, our salvation, may require us to be as open and ready to accept help as the Games’ competitors: help from medicos, nurses, social workers, aged care workers, priests, chaplains, MU



When the crowds found out about it, they followed him; and he welcomed them, and spoke to them about the kingdom of God, and healed those who needed to be cured. Luke 9:11


In the West African states of Cameroon and Guinea political tensions, economic uncertainty and ethnic unrest mean that members concentrate on empowerment programmes. Financial freedom and self-reliance for

women will assist many to deal with some medical issues. In Cameroon MU encourages positive upbringing of children especially girls. In both countries members show God’s love by helping the most vulnerable. By such love are they healed.

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