Saturday, June 13, 2015
Earthquake & Interior Mission
There was no fan, no light and I could not sleep being kept up almost whole night by mosquitos. I thought I came prepared and I will be getting a mosquito net when I travel next. I was sweating profusely. It was good I brought with me three shirts. After long sleeve in the morning, in the afternoon session I changed into something casual. My car is covered all over with mud and tomorrow I will park it a bit further from church. I don't want my church members to think I don't take care of my vehicle. And tomorrow I will be making a trip to the epicentre of the quake to make a small contribution to a victim's family from the Ranau pastors' fellowship.
There was a strong aftershock early this morning measuring 5.2 and I felt it in Malinsou some 60 kms away from Ranau. It seems I have a knack of escaping earthquakes. I was in KK last Friday when the first earthquake of 5.9 magnitude struck and now I was away on mission to Malinsou. I have no doubt that what Jesus promises that He shall be with those who go to disciple all nations and teaching them to do all that Jesus had commanded. What a mission because of Him who commissions is faithful and that He is all powerful for all power in heaven and on earth is given to him.
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