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Thats the sad catastrophe in  NORTHERN - MOZAMBIQUE ;-(

We are all united in prayers for you! Have courage, do not give up, just a little bit and all that will be over, may God continue to shine and protect Jehovah, and bless them very much!  A big hug for you all!

LETS  PRAY  FOR  ALL,  first our dear Brothers    ❤ .•*¨`*•..¸♥☼♥¸.•*¨`*•. ❤

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Yes, Jehovah wants us to remember them in our prayers and otherwise; though they might not be able to read any thing from us for some time.  (No electricity, lost books due to water damage, etc) Reminds me of this scripture:


(1 Corinthians 10:13) No temptation has come upon you except what is common to men. But God is faithful, and he will not let you be tempted beyond what you can bear, but along with the temptation he will also make the way out so that you may be able to endure it.
 

The time is near when God will ruin those who are ruining the earth. (Rev 11:18) Jesus the King of God's Kingdom will be able to speak to the weather and say "Enough", as when he was on earth and his disciples were caught in a bad storm.  

Mark 4:38-41) 38 But he was in the stern, sleeping on the pillow. So they woke him up and said to him: “Teacher, do you not care that we are about to perish?” 39 With that he got up and rebuked the wind and said to the sea: “Hush! Be quiet!” And the wind abated, and a great calm set in. 40 So he said to them: “Why are you so afraid? Do you not yet have any faith?” 41 But they felt an unusual fear, and they said to one another: “Who really is this? Even the wind and the sea obey him.”

 

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