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Dear friend, regardless of the present condition of your life, the Lord Jesus wants you to know that He loves
you unconditionally and He can heal your broken heart and He can heal your broken life. You may be going
through a really rough time with problems in the marriage, in the family, in your health and finances, but if you
will turn to the Lord Jesus Christ, He will come into that broken situation and He will give you the grace, courage
and strength to handle it and He will bring you out of it. Yes, the Lord Jesus can calm the storm and bless you
with His wonderful peace. You don't have to face the troubles of life alone, God will help you if you turn to Him
with all your heart and mind and soul and strength.
Hebrews 4:16 says, Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace that we may obtain mercy and find
grace to help in time of need.
Dearly beloved, because of the shed blood of Jesus Christ, everyone who believes in Jesus has access to the
throne of God and you can come to God in faith and prayer and receive His wonderful mercy and grace.
Everything you need is freely available in Jesus Christ: Love, joy, peace, healing, deliverance, comfort, strength,
hope, victory, wisdom, counsel, direction, eternal life - It's not too late, you can turn to the Lord Jesus today
and experience all these wonderful blessings.
Matthew 11:28 Jesus said, Come unto me, all you that labour and are heavy laden and I will give you rest.
Psalm 116: 3,4,6,8, 12,13 The sorrows of death compassed me and the pains of hell got hold upon me: I found
trouble and sorrow. Then called I upon the name of the Lord; O Lord, I beseech thee, deliver my soul. The Lord
preserves the simple: I was brought low and He helped me. For you have delivered my soul from death, my eyes
from tears and my feet from falling. What shall I render unto the Lord for all His benefits toward me? I will take
the cup of salvation and call upon the name of the Lord.
Please accept Jesus today and receive His forgiveness, His peace and His wonderful love. JESUS loves you and
He is ready to forgive, He is ready to Heal and He is ready to bless you in every area of your life.
PLEASE PRAY THIS PRAYER TO ACCEPT THE LORD JESUS:
Dear Lord Jesus, I humble myself before you today. I believe you are the SON OF GOD and you love me and
died on the cross for my sins. I give you my heart and I surrender my life to you. Please forgive me of all my
sins, come into my life and save my soul. Lord Jesus, I receive you as my Lord and Personal Saviour. Thank
you for your mercy and grace. Amen. (If you prayed this prayer, please send me a text)
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Liam Plunkett, the England fast bowler, will miss
the fourth Investec Test starting on Thursday with
an ankle injury.
Steven Finn replaces him in the squad for Old
Trafford. Rested from the third Test, Plunkett will
now sit out the fourth with the hope of recovering
in time to be in contention for the fifth and final
Test at The Oval, starting on August 15.
"Liam Plunkett experienced some left ankle dis-
comfort at the end of the second Investec Test and
will miss the fourth Test as this continues to settle,
the ECB said in a short statement on their website.
Plunkett sent down 94 overs in the opening two
Tests of the India series, taking seven wickets at
41.28. He was replaced at the Ageas Bowl by Chris
Jordan, who went wicketless.
Finn s recall marks a significant step in his return
from a chronic loss of form that blighted his Ashes
He was considered unselectable in Australia and
has spent the months since back at Middlesex trying
to become the bowler once touted as England s best
young fast bowler.
He has not played a Test since July 2013 against
Australia at Trent Bridge but has taken 90 wickets
in 23 Tests at 29.40.
This season Finn has taken 44 wickets in 29.72 in
Division One of the County Championship---the
fourth-best haul in the competition.
Ravindra Jadeja s appeal against his ini-
tial guilty Level 1 verdict wasn t technically
an appeal. Judicial commissioner Gordon
Lewis written verdict has explained that
it was treated like a new case heard from
That should also explain why the appeal
was allowed in the first case: this was being
considered a Level 2 offence, not Level 1 as
Jadeja was found guilty of. The ICC had
earlier disallowed the appeal because even
though this was Jadeja s second Level 1
offence in a year, both had been under dif-
ferent sub-codes - 2.1.4 and 2.1.8. As it was
with James Anderson s not-guilty verdict,
there wasn t enough evidence to find Jadeja
guilty of any offence, which raises questions
about match referee David Boon s original
"As part of that decision, the match referee
had reduced the level of the charge against
Jadeja to Level 1 and pursuant to Article
8.1.1 an appeal against a Level 1 offence is
not permitted," Lewis verdict said. "How-
ever, because any appeal from a decision of
a match referee is heard de novo [afresh]
by a disciplinary commissioner, I ruled that
any rulings by the match referee no longer
had any effect and a commissioner com-
mences the hearing of the appeal with a
clean sheet, that is with the charge against
Jadeja in its original form, i.e. alleging a
Level 2 offence and was thus appealable."
Once the case began again, it stood no
chance in Lewis court because of conflicting
witnesses, heavily biased towards their own
teams, and with no proper audio or video
evidence to prove anyone s guilt.
"In short, I am not satisfied that the Level
2 charge against Jadeja has been made out to a stan-
dard of proof with which I am comfortably satisfied,
and as I have previously announced, his appeal against
the ruling of the match referee is upheld," Lewis
explained. "I am not prepared to exercise my discretion
to substitute a lesser charge, as I could not be satisfied
even at Level 1, that the necessary standard of proof
has been met. In the circumstances this matter is
Given the lack of evidence, it shouldn t come as
surprise that India was aggrieved at the original
verdict handed out by Boon.
Why Jadeja was allowed to appeal
Plunkett ruled out of
fourth Test, Finn recalled
Ravindra Jadeja's appeal was treated like a new case
and was heard afresh by judicial commissioner
Gordon Lewis. • See Page 64.
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