Thursday, September 24, 2020
War Horse (2)
I remember clearly 20 years in Dunedin, in the middle of winter when my drain outside the house clogged up with fallen autumn leaves, the crew from Dunedin Town council came within 60 minutes and two strong Kiwis in their shorts (I was wearing three-layered cloths) cleared up the drains in no time. How I wish in Malaysia and in Sabah we have such efficient and effective services for residents since we pay taxes including house assessment rates every quarter. Even if it is only once or twice, whether it is for ministry or returning to my wife's village, it is good to hold on to hold on to car as long as possible, though I may reconsider my decision later on. Church work is as busy as ever because every week, I preach or teach a young teenage class. The class runs for 1.5 hours. Praise God that most teenagers are still coming for the classes and I am getting to know them better now.
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