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... They were weighed, recorded and then loaded into the truck.
I saw two types of fish. The smaller, gray fish was catfish. They were fairly numerous. The other type of fish was much larger, maybe three feet long. Those fish were yellowish in color. The locals refer to them as Gillbacka. They did resemble the catfish, just larger. I saw about a dozen of those fish. The Gillbacka is what is known as a "skin fish", which means they have no ...
... responsible for its sometimes bitter taste.
To make the bread, one places cassava paste in a dry frying pan. The paste is flattened out. When the first side becomes golden brown it is flipped to the other side to complete the cooking.
The bread I bought was in a clear plastic bag. Each of the two pieces were about the size of my hand. They were about 3/8" thick. I thought would be able to break ...
... at this time ended up at hospital last night with an abscess on her arm. She really is quite unwell but was determined to come to Church because she wanted to be part of it today with us. Also she and another woman had organised a plaque for us which she couldn't present last night at the farewell party due to being at the hospital. We were so touched by this gesture. They had the plaque especially made. On it is a photo of us taken ...
... is such a wonderful person and we couldn't wish for a better person for Matt. She is the answer to our prayers over the years. God is good and faithful.
During our time here as we have introduced our family, we have usually said that Matt is dating a lovely girl, originally from South Africa, and that we were hoping he would hurry up and ask her to marry him because "she is just ...
"I look up to the mountains -
does my help come from there?
My help comes from the LORD,
who made heaven and earth!
He will not let you stumble;
the one who watches over you will not slumber or sleep.
The LORD himself watches over you!
The LORD stands beside you as your protective shade.
The sun will not harm you by day,
nor the moon ...