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Celebrate Recovery

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8:30 devotional again with the ladies before going on to OEC. Spent all morning there with the ladies. They are so lovely, so open and so grateful to God. They seem to have taken quite a shine to me as I have them.

Lunched with Cath - yes I have been spelling her name wrong. It's a curly C not a kicking K. Went shopping and then went to two lovers point. Legend has it that a local chamorro girl was promised by her father to a spanish VIP but she was in love with a local lad. They ran away but the Spanish army were in persuit. They decided if they couldnt be together in life they would be together in death - tied their hair together and jumped to their death. Sounds a little like Romeo and Juliet. Now it's a popular place to get married? Not sure I understand that.

Then we went back for another lovely evening meal with Cath and Ricke (pasta, tuna, mushroom sauce with a savory biscuit crum topping and baked!). Wrote it down - may do it myself - this will remind me how. Apple crumble and whipped cream after.

The highlight of the day was the celebrate recovery service this evening at OEC where EVERYONE there testifide to the greatness of God in their lives. Very moving, I was very emotional as were many others. Amazing. And amazing worship too - no PA - one very talented lady with her voice and guitar leading - Beth. ALL praising God.

Need to get to bed now. Thanks Giving tomorrow and about 10 getting baptised in the sea. Hallelujah!

Posted by Ruth Brett 03:35

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