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... a wonderful opportunity for you to strengthen your relationship with Jehovah. Until now you have depended on yourself, your work, your family, but now you will depend exclusively upon Him and you will know that anything you receive, every spiritual blessing, very bowl of food will be coming directly from His hand” Well, he was right, I feel Jehovah's care for me and I pray that he continues to help me serve Him and my brothers and sisters well.
... about to leave the house when we saw that they were walking towards us! We have spent three separate occasions covering that chapter and had some very positive results. We should be seeing them again tomorrow, as long as it's not raining.
There have been many other people who have approached us when we are out walking, or just in the car. People start to recognise who you are and they know where to go if they want to talk to you. It's a very refreshing ...
... Sea. They had a lot of rain in September which washed out many of the roads, so travel by car is very bumpy. I understand some roads are still impassible. Since we don't plan to rent a car, we will be walking most places or using taxis. Well, that is it for now. We are going to go for a walk and grab a bite to eat. I have pictures to share with you but they are taking a long time transferring from my phone to the iPad. I will include them in the next post. Until ...
... back to square 1! The same routine would follow - I would call and get no information. Another 3 weeks later he finally has them, but needed another $150! Considering this is just for 8 small nuts it's crazy, but I had little choice really.
I arranged to get them put on (and get one of the wheel drums fixed from when the wheel came off) but when they tried to put the nuts on it seems that although the thread fits ...
It's always interesting to think of the things that you miss when you are away from home (other than family/friends - which is obvious). We often talk about it together and it usually comes down to food. Katie and I both miss a good cup of tea. Typical Brits! There is no Yorkshire Tea, or PG Tips here.
The black teas they have are quite weak, and when mixed with the powdered milk that we're now using you are left with what we can only describe as murky dishwater! I have ...