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... is the same God who is the one who sustains us. Every moment of every day the Lord watches over us and gives us strength to keep going even when the going gets tough. He desires for us to come to him and to see him as the answer we need. He is everything and without him we have nothing.
Psalm 62:5 NIV
“Yes, my soul, find rest in God; my hope comes from him.”
When our hearts are restless only God can quiet the storm within us, only he ...
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We spent three nights in Stavros, which is part of Chalkidiki. We stayed with Dads friend Vicky, who has triplets, Steffi, Spiro and Lambos. We had a lot of fun. We watched movies at night time, including Spiderman 1, Spiderman 2 and Thor. Every afternoon we played hide and seek with all the cousins including Stella, Sophia and Pano. One day we went to a really cool beach where we had a whole section of the beach to ourselves with umbrellas ...
... so in the weekday it was empty and indeed we only saw a couple of players.
Apart from lazing on the beach, eating fish and visiting the local mountain villages I can't say we have done much. Amazingly we encountered our second folk dancing festival, this one for the Whit holidays. Of course being non-religious we didn't know it was Whit. Tomorrow we drive across Greece to catch the ferry to Italy and we are hoping for a quiet drive on Whit Monday.
... Russian and Arabic". I spoke Arabic in Turkey and Russian in Bulgaria, it was good for shopping.
Bulgaria has beautiful countryside but I found the towns depressing, all those rotting concrete blocks of apartments and every pavement broken and derelict. The government must be both corrupt and incompetent and it's a tough burden for the population. There has been a massive brain drain, it's the only European country where the population is decreasing. ...