Friday, November 1, 2019
Departure Points (Numbers 33:2)
I have journeyed from one place to another; departed to various locations and places; to various nations and tribes. Last week I was up north in the island of Banggi among the Bongi tribe and next week I shall be going to Nunuk Ragang, the presumed birth-place of the Kadazan-Dusun tribe, the majority tribe in Sabah. After that, a series of Christmas preaching in three places, two of which are far into the interior, Trus Madi and then Tenom. I am still starting and departing. We live only once and once this life is over we depart to the other side, which only those who have done the will of God will find its true resting place and live forever, never again to depart from God’s presence.
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