June 28. 9:30 p.m. Just had bath. Almost forgot to write in journal.
We were up early this morning so we could go out and hang clothes before breakfast.
Sosthenes came early and was busy cleaning out the ditches until time for lotu.
It was late, as it has been, when lotu started. There weren’t very many here today. Tomas continued speaking on “God’s will”. His text was Philippians 2:13. Then he went to Hebrews 13:1-3 to show some things that are God’s will for us believers. The youth asked prayer for some kind of problem they were having. They were supposed to go do some kind of work for someone after the meeting.
When everyone was gone, I sat down to do more work on lesson plans. And then I planned to get the journal notes ready to send to Christy and Connie. However, Daddy started the generator so I worked on the journal notes first. That is, after I printed out a copy of the next soul-winning lesson for Daddy to proofread. Then we went outside for a little fresh air. Took down the clothes that were dry so we wouldn’t have to hurry later if the rain came. It was a mostly cloudy day again. Then we walked around and checked over Sosthenes’ work.
After dinner, we had our nap. I was thankful for no flies today and a more restful nap.
This afternoon, I got the math lesson plans done. Then started an e-mail for Christy and Connie. After supper, I finished up the e-mail, made corrections in the soul-winning lesson, got the students’ lessons set up and copies printed out.
Wilson came for Bible school, and then Matthew came with the youth to practice music for outreach tomorrow.
“….and there Abram called on the name of the LORD.” Genesis 13:4b
June 29. The day started with sunshine, then turned to clouds, then sunshine again, then clouds again, then a warm sunny afternoon, and cloudy again now. I was thankful that it was warm and sunny this afternoon as I needed to wash my hair.
After breakfast and quiet time this morning, Daddy turned on the generator, and I got some lessons ready in the math file. Printed out some drills to add to the three students’ folders. Close to 10:00, I turned off the computer in order to be ready for church. It was very quiet around here, however. We hadn’t seen people come back up from outreach at Ahnyauntapeq. While I was waiting, I folded a few clothes so Daddy could get all his town clothes put away. Had my protein drink. Got things together for tomorrow’s classes. Went outside for a little sunshine.
After our lunch, I had a nap, and Daddy had a cat nap in the recliner. I was up before they finished the singing of the afternoon meeting and was in the meeting for the preaching time. This afternoon, Matthew went back to preaching from II Corinthians, starting with the first two verses of chapter 10. He made quite a few cross-references to both apostle Paul and Christ, showing times when they were meek and gentle and times when they spoke boldly against wrong-doing.
After lotu, I washed my hair. Then I made up a music test for school, before making our spaghetti supper.
“After these things the word of the LORD came unto Abram in a vision, saying, Fear not, Abram: I am thy shield, and thy exceeding great reward.” Genesis 15:1