It is the people who make up the church that must be God’s hand extended to those who are hurting. But when my friend Mike calls to tell me he is coming over to watch baseball with me and bringing ice cream, I know it’s not because he is being paid to do so.
And these human hands are just that, human hands, imperfect and flawed and clueless. It’s because he knows I am suffering and he wants to help bring healing.
In 2010, she co-wrote and co-starred in Lizzie and Sarah with Jessica Hynes, the pilot was aired in the UK on 20 March 2010 on BBC Two.
It was made by Baby Cow Productions, and was noted as being even darker than Davis's previous work; Davis appeared in the pilot episode of Bad Sugar, shown on Channel 4 on 26 August 2012.
This week I had breakfast with a friend who apologized for not being there for me, and said “I love you.” With him, that brings me up to a total of … Three people from my church who have said “I love you and will walk with you as you go through this.” I can count two or three other friends who also are there to encourage me (like Mike, who goes to a different church than I do, and my former coworker Smokey) and show me love.
Doubt that God cares, that he even knows who they are or that they are in agony. (And if you can’t find anyone, you can come be my friend.) And just like the commercials that say you don’t have to be perfect to be a Big Brother, just willing, the same goes here.
They may have seen God clearly for much of their lives, but now the clouds are so thick they wonder if he ever existed. You don’t have to be a medical professional or professional minister to give aid to one suffering from depression. I don’t want someone to come over and try to “fix” me.
Davis has appeared in many comedy television shows in the UK including I'm Alan Partridge, Big Train, Coming Soon, Brass Eye, Jam, Human Remains, Gavin & Stacey, I Am Not an Animal, Dr.
Terrible's House of Horrible, Ideal and Nathan Barley.