love thee through all (a commemoration)

“He will love you through all, and be to you what you most need in every trying hour.

“He and you have had dealings in secret, and therefore He can use you in His service and make you a blessing in various ways.

(i took this with my phone and thought it would be worth changing from the last picture)

“Ah, beloved, we say little to you, but much do we ponder and pray over your accumulation  of sorrows. You are living, dying for Him Who lived and died for you. I look forward to the day when my eyes will see the smile of love He will give you. Even now you have the consciousness of His approval, and is this not enough?”

–from a letter by Mrs. Howard Berger to Mrs. Hudson Taylor.

This is for the work that being done in Ethiopia; that which I miss.

But more so, it’s for all the people, particularly  young and old females, and young men, who have been pouring their time into helping with Personhood. How anything we do ends matters little, for we cannot control that. But let all things be done for Christ. Love looks to act by obedience, not permission. God bless.

” I look forward to the day when my eyes will see the smile of love that He gives you.”

  1. #1 by Sarah on February 7, 2010 - 4:38 pm

    I have always wanted to go to Ethiopia…

  2. #2 by Ellie on February 9, 2010 - 5:57 pm

    Excellent. Thank you.

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