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Today we were to have left at 08:00 but things ran late and Mo´se arrived a little after 8:30. We drove to the center of town and I changed some money to pay for our expenses, gasoline and such, than we started north again for the two hour drive to Ruziba. As we left Bujumbura my eyes fell again on the sprawling cemetery that peeks out here and there from the bush. Some VIPs have large elaborate tombs, close to the road, where everyone can ...
... ll be back for another Bible study tomorrow.
The whole room sat without attempting to talk for a quarter of an hour, in the roar of the rain beating on the roof. When it finally lessened, the choir sang once again to end the meeting and there was a closing prayer.
Nathan, Mo´se and I made our way back down the mountain side to the vehicle, where Mo´se paid the 10 year old boy who had kept an eye on it while we were gone. We drove down ...
... for dinner and a stroll around town. That didn't take long, as there is one main paved road, and two dirt roads that connect in the small town center. Seriously, there was nothing there. The next day we grabbed some breakfast and walked down to the museum. It was a cool spot, with lots of history about Rwanda and the people, how they lived, hunted, their crafts and customs. But the best part? Tons of monkeys outside the building!!!! There was a traditional hut to the side of the ...
Then I spoke. First I talked briefly about why we observe the Holy Days, like the one we were there to celebrate. I briefly went over the New Testament meanings of the days. Then I talked about the importance of overcoming sin, and underlined some things the Bible specifically says we need to watch. Because of the special music (almost an hour’s worth), we went over time by half an hour, but since they weren't watching the time, ...
... she could help them see to wash each other’s feet; there is only one light bulb in the building and it’s in the front room.
We continued with the bread and wine part of the service and then began the scripture reading. As Nathan was reading, the electricity was cut and the room went pitch black. The flashlight came in handy again; Nathan continued reading by its light until the power came back a few minutes later. At the end we sang a hymn and then ...
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