Please check out our friend and fellow missionaries blog. Please pray for them this week.
...Let It Go...and Let God also her previous post For-days-when-you-need-miracle
Where has the time gone? The kids have 3 days left of school. We have been occupied with getting finished. We have been busy with Church Anniversary, Easter, Easter Monday, John & Romans distribution and we showed a film in Kojokrom for an outreach. Sorry, it was to dark to get any good pictures. Bible classes at the church will be finishing up, only 2 more classes. Students here in Ghana are on break from school, so a break from West Ridge devotions on Wednesday.
My husband has re-painted our refrigerator. It was one of those times when he says, "Spray paint"
and I say, "Spray paint?" Not getting the vision of it looking good. In my mind I don't see the finished product, I just see "Spray paint?" I should know better, my husband always does a great job.
I was at the house of a church member and there was a boy there selling cabbage, carrots, cucumber and green pepper. I was going to buy some cabbage. When I went to retrieve my money, I realized I had left it at home. So instead I invited the boy to church. I was quickly told he was Muslim. I said, "That is okay you are still welcome to come." I gave him a John & Romans and told him Jesus is the only way to heaven. I see Bashuru almost every Saturday and before church on Wednesday, selling his vegetables. He often greets me while passing. Once in awhile he will stop. Then I realized he only stops when we are out of sight from other Muslims who might see him talking to the white Christian lady. I came up with a strategy. Every time I see him, I will buy cabbage. Then I get a chance to talk with him, even for a few minutes and be his friend.. Bashuru is still young but in just a couple of years he will be hardened to the gospel.
|Grandma N. sent candy!!!|