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... first understanding of the prophecy of verse 14 was that in the time it took a child to be conceived, born and to learn the difference between right and wrong, Israel and Syria would be removed from the scene. People who first heard Isaiah’s prophecy wouldn’t have understood it to be about the Messiah. We only understand that in the light of Matthew 1:23 in the New Testament. And as to the cream and honey, it meant ...
... throngs of people dressed in their colourful African Sunday best walking down the road after the morning church service. Also we went through some pretty substantial road works , the centre tarseal bit was near completion but the large ditches on either side of the road were still being worked on. Young African guys were attacking the red dirt with their picks and another guy would be shovelling the results up onto the road. It appeared to be very labour intensive with ...
In the morning we land in Nairobi and make a transfer to Kigali. This is a smaller airplane, but there is also a display and we got a meal.
On Kigali we meet Polikarbe and Samuel. Polikarbe is our driver and Samuel is the son of Mama Rose and the boss of Mwana Ukundwa. We drive with Polikarbe and Samuel in the direction of the Guesthouse Bethany Isany. On the road there are people who have ...
... boys have washed the day's heat and dust off themselves and are curled up on the couch with their new kitten Kiwi and are playing on their tablets. There's music echoing through our valley (a church? a party?) and there's the usual cool breeze coming in the windows. I can see all the lights of Kimironko district across the way, and the neighborhood guard dogs are just starting their nightly racket. For now, from Kigali, good night.
... went and worked some of the land. It was a little patch and we were using hoes to turn up the dirt. They do that for 6 or 7 hours a day and we did it for about 10 minutes and we were all exhausted. We were in the sun and sweating and taking breaks every minute or so. Those women are strong! Then we walked farther down the mountain to cut some grass for the cow to eat. We got to carry it on our heads just like they do. It was so much harder than we thought. We do NOT have ...