22nd Nov continued
23.11.2010 32 °C
Had a wonderful afternoon and evening. Kathy and Ricke are doing a wonderful job of carting me around, showing me some of the islands history. Beautiful beaches, how the Americans liberated the island from the Japanease (who were very cruel to the natives at the time) and how Guam celebrates 21st July as their liberation day. They are - in the main - grateful to the Americans. Now then, get this, Guam is know by the Americans as being where the American day begins - because it is where, in an American owned place, the sun first rises in the day - or is that son? I think that is a very prophetic statement - certainly I think something is in it. Also at the airport, where it once said ‘Adios, come again’ an ‘A’ has been lost. It now says dios, come again. What a prayer!
Really would like to get some pics of the island and some of my new friends for you all to see.
Today - 23rd Nov 2010 first breakfast and then at 8:30 am devotional - do you know that EVERYTHING we do and say is seed - good or bad? I spent most of the day at the OEC. It was great. Sat in on a class with the ladies this morning, had lunch with them, jammed with Beth who then went on to invite me to join the worship group on Sunday - which I will. We had a very powerful time of singing in the Spirit and the presence of God was there. Such fun - and I got to play her guitar! The ladies are so very precious.
Was picked up by Ricke and taken back to the apartment where Kath had prepared a fantastic bolognaise and apple crumble, accompanied with the very famous lemon ice tea. Lovin’ it. Caught up on some blogging at the OEC while Ricke and Kath attended a prayer meeting and then came back to Rosie’s pad where we got the internet sorted. I am now just about up to date with all my news - just need to show you all some pics. But for now - I think I need to take to my bed - well it is nearly 10pm. Still no jet lag - I really think I was spared it. Thank you God x He is just amazing!
Night all x