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... to completely cover our debt if we love Him with all our heart. This helped me a lot... its just that letting go of everything in my life and putting myself in new challenging situations truly makes me aware of ALL the habits, thoughts, personality traits and actions I need to work on. I am so thankful that he sees past all that and loves the person I am trying hard to be. Before I left Mexico a good friend told me: “Being in an assignment like ...
... someone in our congregation had made contact with her but could never find her in and it seems they had eventually given up. So, she had a Teach book already and had read it herself but hadn't actually studied it with anyone.
I suggested we start with the chapter about happy family life. We spent about 1.5 hours there and had a really good conversation. We made an arrangement to return in a few days time to continue.
When that time came we were at ...
... to sleep. After we woke and had some coffee, David drove us into town for groceries and a little sightseeing. Corozal Town is a small poor town but with friendly people. Groceries and supplies are limited but they have everything we would need, especially with fresh fruit and veggie markets open every day. There are a couple of places to eat within walking distance of our apartment. We are surrounded by palm trees, hibiscus bushes, lush greenery, and the ...
... one of the good wheels. This should have been enough for him to order the exact ones we would need.
Each week I would call the mechanic and I would get the same reply; "He's coming in this afternoon. I will find out what's going on and let you know". Each week I would never hear from him. By about the 3rd week of not hearing he finally told me that what had happened was the shop in Chetumal had ordered the wrong ...
... you in our prayers. Although we are thousands of miles away we know we are still working shoulder to shoulder with you all despite the distance!
So, we want to say a big thank you to Johan for arranging the package and to everyone who helped and contributed to financing it - as we know it wasn't cheap! It's greatly appreciated.
We'll keep you updated with more news soon.
(Sorry for the lack of photos. My camera is still broken!)