Jose Mourinho is a serial winner and I’m sure he will evolve at Tottenham

first_imgSITTING nine points off Chelsea in fourth, it’s going to be a huge ask for Jose Mourinho to get Tottenham into the  Champions League places.But with 25 games to go it is certainly not a task that is impossible.3 Alan Shearer has backed Jose Mourinho to be a hit at SpursCredit: News Group Newspapers LtdMourinho is a serial winner and I’m convinced he will win trophies at Spurs, whose last piece of  silverware was the League Cup back in 2008.While they obviously won’t win the title this campaign, I would not put it past him winning a trophy and potentially challenging for the league next season if he can strengthen his squad.It’s a bold decision to bring him in but one that will bring success.He will have to change, though, because the Jose we have seen at his last three clubs has fallen  out with players and lost the dressing room.He took them on and lost and ended up out of a job because  of it.Having had 11 months out of the cut and thrust of management he will have reflected on what went right and what went wrong.And the one thing he will have looked back at and learned from is that you just cannot take  players on any more.Yes, you can be ruthless, hard and honest with them.3But when you take on five or six players in a dressing room then there is only going to be  one winner.I think he can and will change. The best adapt and evolve and there is no doubt he is one of, if not the best in the business.People talk about whether he will work out well in the long term, but is there a long term in football anymore?Even Pep Guardiola in his career has picked up silverware and left clubs.The theory goes that Mourinho comes in, wins trophies, creates a mess and then gets out.That has happened in the past but I also think that’s part of moving forward and adapting, so I think he and Tottenham are a good fit.When you look at the players at his disposal it’s not as though they can’t score goals and when you have that threat you’ve always got a chance.In Harry Kane he’s got one of the best centre-forwards in the world and in Dele Alli he has an exceptional talent who is on his way back after a dip.Dele’s upturn in form started before Saturday and against West Ham — who were embarrassingly bad — he was better still.Playing behind Kane in the No 10 position he caused  problems throughout the game. The  Hammers just couldn’t get to grips with him.They didn’t know whether to get tight or not and in the end they just couldn’t handle him.When you bring the likes of Son Heung-min and Lucas Moura into the equation, Spurs have plenty of ammunition going forward.With that talent in your squad there really isn’t a lot a manager has to do in terms of setting a team up to win.With a couple of shrewd  additions in the January transfer window there is no reason why  Mourinho can’t take Spurs back to where they were at the top end  of the table under former boss Mauricio Pochettino.I was really surprised at the timing of his sacking, coming  at the back end of the latest  international break.He had done a great job and  if there was one guy with a bit  of credit in the bank then it  was him.But having said that, the players had simply stopped running for him and I felt his body language towards the end suggested he wanted it to be brought to an  end, too.While it’s sad to see him go I’m happy Mourinho is back in the Premier League.Whether you like him or loathe him he creates headlines and is a serial winner.He’s been on the front and back pages since his appointment last Wednesday and there is no doubt he will love  that.Most Read In SportTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battle’I ACCEPT’McGregor accepts Silva fight at UFC catchweight of 176lbs in huge super-fightTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedA CUT ABOVEMike Tyson shows two-inch cut ‘picked up in training’ ahead of boxing returnExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubHe plays the game as well as anyone and you don’t get to achieve what he has without  being savvy.He knows he needs to go in there, stroke a few egos, get one or two onside and get them  playing like they can again.If he does that, I’m pretty  confident it won’t be long before he’s got them back up the table and lifting trophies.3José Mourinho delighted loud music is pumping once more in the Spurs dressing roomlast_img read more

Read More »

Foster’s Fairplay | Chippy should come first

first_img Captain Burrell, expressly sidelining or at least tempering the ‘go for the English boys” policy, is prepared at this point to give Butler a listening ear. That comes about despite past unsavoury issues between the Butler-headed group and the Federation’s affiliate, the Kingston & St Andrew Football Association (KSAFA). It would appear as though fences have been mended. Happily so, as this would lubricate the machinery going forward to enable the best talent to be on show when the Reggae Boyz take to the park. However, how willing is Butler to allow his boys to suit up for Jamaica? He has set an ultimatum which could prove problematic. It is three-pronged. First, he is asking for an apology from the powers that be for the manner in which Chippy was treated by former national coach, the German, Winfried Schaefer. He also wants clear guidelines as to the philosophy that drives the country’s football. An extension to the latter is that Butler has demanded publicly that the current director of football, Vin Blaine, once responsible for the women’s programme, should be displaced for lack of the qualities which he (Butler) thinks are pivotal to drive that process. To cap that, Butler is asking that he be given Blaine’s job. There have been rumours, but no confirmation is available to this columnist that the demand has been withdrawn. Foster’s Fairplay finds the entire scenario to be untidy. It seems to be fashionable these days for the hierarchy of different sports to be wearing a tag of ”unwholesome actions.” Jamaica, for fear of having its image smeared, needs to get it right. None of the parties concerned, needs the taint of the most likely outcome. Youths seeking to etch their own names on the notice boards of history, can through no fault of their own, lose hope, caught in the mire of big people missteps. It is not fair for their efforts, through hard work, discipline and the sacrifice of their connections, to come crashing down under the weight of these avoidable impediments. Foster’s Fairplay calls on the persons concerned, all named, to take the corrective steps and breathe some fresh air into the sport. The nation will not accept anything less. It can be done, so let it be done. – For feedback email lauriefoster2012@gmail.com. One can understand the furore, trending to mayhem, in the local football family, surrounding the 19-year-old Jamaica-born attacking midfielder, Leon ‘Chippy’ Bailey. The nation, on the back of a Captain Burrell dream, crashed the FIFA World Cup Finals party, as long as 20 years ago. Unfortunately, the former Army Officer and his team of administrators and players have not been able to repeat, despite multiple attempts. With the exuberant fans running out of patience and the continuing reliance on England-based talent, there was a craving for something new. As depressing as the current ego-satisfying games are proving to be, the skills displayed by Bailey show that there could be a bright star waiting to be a part of the resuscitation of the country’s football. Recently, he has been signed by the Bundesliga club, Bayer Leverkusen, and this places him in the prestigious and highly sought-after European Champions League. All that said, there remains considerable anxiety as to whether the young man will even lace up for the country where his game had its infancy. He has been a highly visible foundation member of the Phoenix Academy, founded by the former Jamaica College left side defence player, the controversial Craig Butler. To his everlasting credit, Butler has toured Europe with a number of the Academy’s players, including Chippy and his son, Kyle. This has exposed them from early teens to an infinitely superior level of play than would have been afforded them at home. In the view of the senior Butler, this has readied them for consideration for selection to Jamaica’s teams at all age levels. There are some in the football fraternity who take it even further. They are suggesting that Butler’s wish is to have his boys drafted in with little or no display of their skills at training sessions. Any sane thinker would view such suggestions as unacceptable, as it is bound to upset the equilibrium among locals, not so privileged. Fences mendedlast_img read more

Read More »

Children’s Futures impacted Due to Ebola School Closures

first_imgShare this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Children in Ebola-stricken Liberia are playing, working or begging to fill their time while schools remain closed, according to children’s charity Plan International.The virus has kept schools shut for more than four months, in a country which already suffers from limited learning facilities and trained teachers, as well as a high illiteracy rate.New research from Plan shows that many children and youth will lose half a year or more of education, which is expected to affect their prospects in life, as well as dent their confidence and self esteem.The report, entitled “Young Lives on Lockdown: The impact of Ebola on children and communities in Liberia,” says that while teachers and older children are continuing to teach their children and siblings at home, the majority of parents are themselves uneducated and thus cannot give their children home schooling.“Most parents cannot read or write so they cannot help their children at home.  At the same time, they don’t let other people come to their houses to conduct lessons for them or let their children out for even 30 minutes,” said one community leader interviewed for the research.  Remember, there is the constant fear of Ebola.Once schools do re-open, parents worry they will not have the money to pay their children’s fees as well as fees for other activities.“Schools will soon reopen, but no money to put kids in school on time owning to limited vehicles,” said another community leader, who spoke to researchers.In Joseph Town, Bomi, western Liberia, and any other parts of the country, hundreds of children can be seen playing at street corners or in empty market stalls.The children play aimlessly without any form of learning or care provided.“I miss school so badly,’ says Archie, 13. “I never thought I would be out of school all these months. All I do every day is play football and run around the community with my friends.”Liberian school systems were slowly recovering after the civil war eleven years ago. Now, such progress has taken a step backward.“The Ebola virus disease (EVD) is a serious threat to mankind, and it has affected and hugely impacted negatively every sector of Liberia, particularly education,” said Felecia Sackie Doe-Suma, Liberia’s Assistant Minister of Education for Early Childhood Development.According to the research, the Ebola crisis is having a particular impact on older children’s education – with the risk that they will not return to education particularly at the high level.This is most obviously the case in households who have lost parents or carers, where older children – almost exclusively girls – talk about their need to take over the parenting role.More generally, dwindling (declining) family incomes and a rise in poverty can be expected to increase the pressure on youth to leave education permanently.For these children and youths, the possibilities offered by education are replaced by the prospect of a lifetime of unskilled work or early motherhood.Alphan Kabba, Plan Liberia Programme Manager in Bomi, added: “Children are left to play while some have turned to becoming bread winners in this Ebola period, due to the closure of schools across the country.“This will have far-reaching consequences in the not-too-distant future.”Plan plans to create learning spaces, safe home schools and radio listening clubs in 15 counties across Liberia beginning where Plan has program units.According to Kabba, this will give children access to radio and provide the right atmosphere to listen to the government’s newly introduced radio program entitled Teaching by Radio.Liberia’s Education Ministry launched the Teaching by Radio program in October 2014 on three national radio stations based in Monrovia.The program brings together education specialists, classroom teachers and volunteer educators to teach children and keep them busy whilst schools remain closed.“We teach five subjects – Language Arts,   which include grammar usage; basic and everyday Math, Science for life, including nutrition in the Ebola context, and hygiene,” said Doe-Suma.“We also teach history and social studies,” she added.However, in Bomi, Archie says he has not heard the program, as Bomi County – which has a population of over 150,000 – has only one radio station.“I do not have a radio for myself but I have not heard a program like that on any radio station in Bomi. I know Radio Bomi sometimes relays programs from national radio stations in Monrovia, but this has not been the case,” Archie said.Nigel Chapman, CEO of Plan International, said the closure of schools will have long-term effects on children.“The closure of all schools, colleges and universities means that children and youth are having their long-term futures impacted by the virus.“This will affect their prospects, their confidence and their self esteem. It is very worrying that even when schools re-open, many parents will not be able to afford the fees. Older children will likely remain in work rather than complete their education. We must make getting children back to lessons a priority in our Ebola response work.”NoteIn total, 6388 have died in West Africa of Ebola. As of 10 December, over 3100[1] people have died in Liberia alone as the deadly disease continues to ravage the country with over 7700 reported cases so far, and the numbers still rising.Founded 77 years ago, Plan is one of the oldest and largest child rights organisations in the world that works in 51 developing countries across Africa, Asia and the Americas to promote child rights and lift millions of children out of poverty. Plan is independent, with no religious, political or governmental affiliations. www.plan-international.orgPlan started working in Liberia in 1982. The organization works in partnership with the communities and the government to ensure poor children have access to quality education, good health and adequate sanitation, and that they are well protected. The organization has 12,250 sponsored children spread over 176 communities in its programmed areas.last_img read more

Read More »

62 Judicial Officers Threaten Go Slow Action

first_imgSixty two judicial security personnel assigned to provide protection for the Justices and the premises of the Temple of Justice are threatening to stage a go-slow protest, if their concern over the management of L$3,000 monthly allowance is not addressed by authorities.According to one of the workers who asked not to be identified, since April, their chief, Col. Paul Tuazama has “refused to use the money to purchase tea and sugar for them, especially night shift officers.”He claimed that night shift officers are exposed to cold and harsh weather conditions.Other concerns, he said include lack of medical aid and not being put on government’s payroll as civil-servants.Another officer, who also spoke on similar condition, said he was only getting benefits from the judiciary’s budget and not as a civil servant.He explained that officers are no longer able to afford to purchase tea and sugar from their “little salary.”“We are being reduced to beggars, because we can’t afford transportation to come to work,” he said.The 2015 budget saw the allotment of US$19,313,767 to the Judicial Branch of Government by the National legislature.Out of the money, US$763,279 is allotted for the upkeep of the office of the Chief Justice and US$1,524,625 for the other four Associate Justices of the Supreme Court, combined.When Col. Tuazama was contacted by the Daily Observer, he admitted receiving the money, but said it was not intended to provide tea and sugar for his officers.“I was only rendering them a favor, because I have been in the security sector for several years, and I know what it is for security officers working on night shift,” he said.Col. Tuazama added, “The money is for my office use and not to be divided among anyone, including my security officers.“And, I know that it is very little to address the challenges facing the group that is made up of 62 members. But, what can I do?“Do you expect me to distribute L$3,000 among 62 officers? How much do you think each of them will take?”According to him, only those officers that are assigned with the justices were receiving benefits.He said: “If you are lucky to be assigned with any of the justices, it is the only way you can receive benefit.“If they think I am lying, let them go to the court administrator or to the marshal to find out for themselves.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Read More »

Flyers prepare for approaching Savage Cup

first_imgWhen asked about the cancellation of the AAA exhibition games, Coach Leahy didn’t mind the turn of events. He feels that practicing more and avoiding long travel to play teams who are not involved in the tournament, can be just as helpful as playing meaningless exhibition games.The Savage Cup begins March 15 and tickets can be purchased at Ernie’s Sports Experts. The Fort St. John Senior Men’s Flyers are preparing to defend their Savage Cup title for the fifth consecutive year.Despite recent cancellations of a few AAA exhibition games, scheduled to prepare the Flyers for the level of play expected in the tournament, the team is taking all the steps necessary to make sure they are ready to defend their title.- Advertisement -Even though nothing can compare to game time experience, the Flyers will be playing inner squad games, designed to simulate the intensity the team can expect during their Savage Cup run.According to head Coach Darrel Leahy, the team has been focusing on their conditioning, getting the puck deep in the offensive zone and sustaining the offensive attack.In preparation for the tournament, the Flyers have been holding practices twice a week. Although, as the tournament approaches, that number will increase to three or even four practices per week, including inner squad games.The inner squad games will also involve players called up from the Flyers affiliate team, the Dawson Creek Canucks. Names such as goaltender Clayton Pool, forwards Kimbi Daniels and Mike Stutzel will join the roster. Dawson will be sending over other players as well, which will depend on the players’ availability.Advertisementlast_img read more

Read More »

Fort St. John Chamber of Commerce elects 2014 board

first_imgMindy Bing moves up to 1st Vice President, while Kim Arnston takes over as 2nd Vice President. Tony Zabinsky remains as Treasurer. Returning directors will be Julie Ziebart, Brent Taillefer, Mark Butler-Jenkins, David Scott-Moncrieff, Moira Green, while Tara Waddy stays on in charge of Synergy FSJ. New directors next year are Pat Ferris and Dwight Bezan.The Chamber is still looking to fill the position of Executive Director, after the late Annette Oak’s interim replacement didn’t work out.- Advertisement –last_img

Read More »

Spurs and West Ham eyeing £8m summer deal for 22-goal French hotshot

first_img1 Wissam Ben Yedder celebrates scoring for Toulouse Tottenham and West Ham are keen on Toulouse striker Wissam Ben Yedder.The 25-year-old is expected to be on the move this summer after bagging 22 goals in 38 games this season.Toulouse are trying to tie Ben Yedder down to a new contract, with his current deal set to expire in June 2017.But, according to Corriere dello Sport, Tottenham and West Ham are instead hoping to lure the Frenchman to England.The Premier League pair have scouted the forward several times this season and have been impressed by what they’ve seen.Given that he may have just one year left on his contract come the summer, it is reported Ben Yedder could be snapped up for just £8m.last_img

Read More »

PUTTING ON THE RITZ FOR CANCER SUPPORT AT THE ABBEY

first_imgPICTURES BY PAUL O’SULLIVANBy Paul O’Sullivan: Water charges and next week’s Budget were the farthest things on everyone’s mind in the Abbey Hotel, Donegal Town on Saturday night last as they came in their hundreds for a non stop, full on night of costume, dance and drama in support of National Breast Cancer Research and the local Solace Cancer Support group.The cabaret show “Putting on the Ritz” was probably one the best value for money (€10) entertainment shows this writer has seen for some time. The talent, energy, and slickness of production was as professional as they come.It was the brainchild of Roisin Gillen (whose mum Robbie also participated) and involved professional dance instructor Shona Tinneny who gave her time free as did a cast of over twenty locals in support of Breast Cancer research. An interesting “twist” to the evening was the performance of Scarlett Rose (aka Martin McGuinness from Ardara) who brought the house down. Martin gave his time and considerable time talent free gratis. Kara Kelly is a professional Burlesque performer and it was nice to see her back performing in her home town to support a great cause. Rachel McGroary, Tracey Faulkner and Azalice O Donavan could comfortably sing on any stage in any show.Andrew Monk was a key ingredient in this extravagant show who entertained, provided sound and lighting and provided technical assistance. The majority of the cast was local, most of whom never performed in public. The performance of Thriller was spectacular with the “resurrected” cast dressed in 20’s costume giving a blistering performance. This Show has huge potential for further fundraising, it would be a shame if its’ energy and talent doesn’t go on to something much bigger.The organisers would like to thank Donegal Daily for their publicity and support. PUTTING ON THE RITZ FOR CANCER SUPPORT AT THE ABBEY was last modified: October 12th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:abbey hotelBreast cancer researchcancer supportDonegal TownPUTTING ON THE RITZlast_img read more

Read More »

Space Pioneers Who Trusted in God

first_imgThe mainstream media try to present science and technology as fields owned by evolutionists. Not true.On this day of celebration for the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, it’s worthwhile to remember the Christians and creationists who contributed to the success of the space program. Undoubtedly a large percentage of workers at all levels believed in God and trusted His word. Here are some noteworthy examples.Henry Richter was a spacecraft pioneer and rocket scientist before NASA was formed, and took an integral role in Explorer 1 (1958) and the development of the Deep Space Network. His work led directly to the Ranger and Surveyor programs that were essential steps to the moon landings. He became a Christian and creationist in subsequent years after his epochal work at JPL work. He wrote about his faith in God as Creator and Christ as Savior with the assistance of CEH editor David Coppedge in his book, Spacecraft Earth: A Guide for Passengers. See our biography of Richter, who turned 92 years old in June, meaning he has witnessed the entire space program to date, from Earth orbit to Pluto and beyond, after helping lay its foundations in the late 1950s.“Surveyor III, I Presume?” Apollo 12 astronauts walk from the LM over to JPL’s lander left 3 years earlier. Art by Alan Bean, who was there.Wernher von Braun is perhaps the greatest rocket scientist of all. He dreamed of space travel since childhood, but was caught in Hitler’s regime after working on rocketry to advance that dream. Hitler took over his work for evil purposes, to bomb London, but the V-2 rockets were largely inconsequential. After escaping Nazi Germany, he surrendered his whole team and expertise to the Americans and became an American citizen, using his rockets for peaceful exploration of space. His masterpiece, the Saturn V rocket, launched the Apollo astronauts to the moon. His work was also vital for launching spacecraft to all the planets in the solar system. Receiving Christ during the stress of Apollo preparations through the witness of a friend using a Gideon Bible, von Braun actively argued in favor of creation and the historicity of Jesus Christ’s atoning work. He was heard praying the Lord’s Prayer during the launch of Apollo 11. Read our biography of von Braun.“One Giant Leap” by Alan Bean.Neil Armstrong, first man to walk on the moon, was a man of few words, and did not talk much about his personal beliefs. According to an article on World Magazine, he “once called himself a deist,” but we don’t know when or for how long. All we can find is an anecdote reported by Thomas L. Friedman, in his book From Beirut to Jerusalem, that points to a degree of Christian faith beyond deism. Sometime after Apollo 11, Armstrong was in Israel, touring Jerusalem’s Old City. GoodReads includes this quotation from the book:“When American astronaut Neil Armstrong, a devout Christian, visited Israel after his trip to the moon, he was taken on a tour of the Old City of Jerusalem by Israeli archaeologist Meir Ben-Dov. When they got to the Hulda Gate, which is at the top of the stairs leading to the Temple Mount, Armstrong asked Ben-Dov whether Jesus had stepped anywhere around there. “I told him, ‘Look, Jesus was a Jew,’” recalled Ben-Dov. “These are the steps that lead to the Temple, so he must have walked here many times.” Armstrong then asked if these were the original steps, and Ben-Dov confirmed that they were. “So Jesus stepped right here?” asked Armstrong again. “That’s right,” answered Ben-Dov. “I have to tell you,” Armstrong said to the Israeli archaeologist, “I am more excited stepping on these stones than I was stepping on the moon.”Buzz Aldin, Apollo 11 astronaut and second to stand on the moon, wanted to honor Christ on his historic mission. With his Presbyterian pastor’s help, he decided his first act after the landing would be to celebrate communion. This story is recounted by Illustra Media in a short film (see our entry from 5 July 2019). On the return trip, Aldrin also read from Psalm 8:3-4.Charlie Duke, capsule communicator (CAPCOM) for Apollo 11, spoke to Armstrong and Aldrin from Houston during the tense moments of the moon landing. He later walked on the moon himself during Apollo 16 (April 1972). Duke and his wife had been nominal Christians, but years after Apollo, he followed his wife in full commitment to Christ. His story was told in the July 20 issue of World Magazine.Charlie Duke is one of 12 men who walked on the moon.His Christian faith has also changed the way he thinks about what he saw in space nearly a half-century ago. In a scientific field devoted to the theory of evolution, Duke now believes what the Apollo 8 astronauts read from space: God created the heavens and the Earth.“The evidence to me is overwhelming that there’s a Creator,” he says. “The orderliness in the universe and the physical laws that we experience—I see God’s hand in creation. That can’t happen by accident.” And he notes he’s seen with his own eyes what the Bible says in the book of Job: “He stretches out the north over the void and hangs the earth on nothing.”James Irwin, Apollo 15 astronaut, drove the first lunar rover on the moon with Dave Scott and brought back valuable rock samples from Hadley Rille. A vibrant Christian throughout his astronaut career, he quoted his life verse, Psalm 121:1, while on the moon. In the days following his mission, he founded the “High Flight Foundation” and spoke to many groups about his faith in God. His book, To Rule the Night, takes its title from Genesis 1:16-19 about God’s design for the moon. In later years, Irwin took part in archaeological adventures, looking for Noah’s Ark on Mt Ararat and for evidence of the Red Sea Crossing by the Israelites and Egyptians. Read our biography of James Irwin.Dreams of space flight go back to Kepler. “Reaching for the Stars” by Apollo 12 astronaut Alan Bean.To these could be added many founders of modern science whose work contributed directly or indirectly to the space program. See our biographies of these scientists at this site.Nicolas Copernicus, whose heliocentric model made the planets places to explore.Galileo Galilei, whose use of the telescope brought the planets into worlds of reality.Johannes Kepler, whose theories of planetary motion gave engineers the tools to understand orbital motion.Isaac Newton, whose work on gravitation led him to believe orbiting satellites would be possible.James Clerk Maxwell, whose work on physics contributed to understanding of the planets.Let not the media and secular science community ever portray the Apollo success, or that of the entire space program, as a product of secularism. Science is not owned by evolutionists who think the Stuff Happens Law can explain the Earth, the Moon, the sun, the solar system, the galaxy, or the universe. Science is a legacy of many who were motivated by the Biblical mandate to be stewards of the Earth. That required studying and understanding it. Many great scientists took Psalm 111:1-4 as their reason for being:1 Praise the Lord! I will give thanks to the Lord with my whole heart,in the company of the upright, in the congregation.2 Great are the works of the Lord,studied by all who delight in them.3 Full of splendor and majesty is his work,and his righteousness endures forever.4 He has caused his wondrous works to be remembered;the Lord is gracious and merciful.(Visited 345 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

Read More »