“Aiyah! Did you wreck your moto? What happened to your foot,” said the thousandth concerned Cambodian watching me hobble along with my walking boot.
“No,” I said patiently.
God knew this situation would in some way be the means for yet more people to gain precious opportunities to know Him for who He is.
We are so thankful to have the privilege of knowing these two ladies and being part of their lives.
Please pray that God will continue to water the seed of His truth as it works its way into the heart soil of the Great River People.
I am sure angels were guarding us that night.
This challenging experience reminded me that God does not always choose to heal the sick or to raise the dead to life.
Praise God for revealing His Son’s power to this young lady and to the group!
Please continue to pray for Phano. He needs a job, a house, but most importantly to know and trust Jesus fully.
I thank our Heavenly Father that I was running late so I could be just in time to help this precious family.
This world is not our home, and people need to know how much God loves them.