This week is the gathering of 53 Commonwealth Heads of Government in London with the theme “Towards a Common Future”.
The Archbishops of the Church of England & Her Majesty
Archbishops of the Church of England are appointed by Her Majesty, The Queen.
Supreme Governor of the Church of England
As the Sovereign, HM Queen Elizabeth is the Supreme Governor of the Church of England-a role that has been established for many centuries.
Head of the State of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
HM Queen Elizabeth has a constitutional role like that of previous monarchs. As the head of the state, she invites other head of states to visit this country.
HM The Queen’s Responsibility as a Leader
The responsibility of HM The Queen is great. She became the leader of Great Britain at a young age.
HM The Queen’s Mental Well-being
To be able to operate well, the Queen needs the ability to think clearly.
Her Majesty, The Queen’s reign
At the Queen’s coronation in 1953, HM Queen Elizabeth said that she would devote her whole life to the service of being HM The Queen.
Why should we pray for those in authority? (Part 3 of 3)
Continued from the last post…
‘This is good, and pleases God our Saviour, who wants all people to be saved and to come to a knowledge of the truth.’ 1 Timothy 2: 3-4
The result of praying for those in authority (Part 2 of 3)
Continuing from the verses in 1 Timothy 2:2
‘For kings and all others who are in authority, that we may live a quiet and peaceful life with all reverence toward God and with proper conduct.’