October nights

3 October 2018

October is the warmest month in Zambia. Most trees are still without leaves and the grass has been burnt, leaving black hills. In the small room where I sleep tonight it is stifling under the mosquito net , but I feel safe and welcome. We had managed to manoeuvre the cruiser into the small parking space in such a way that others can park also. On route I wanted to stop for coffee from our flask, but Michael related three stories of people who were caught by lions next to that particular road. So now I lie and listen to loud talk and music, but know that God willing, tomorrow night we shall sleep in the wilderness.

Corrie van Aardt
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Isaiah 9:2 “The people walking in darkness have seen a great light ; on those living in the land of the shadow of death a light has dawned.”

Rom 10 : 14 “and how can they believe in the One of whom they have not heard? ”

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