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May 20, 2008


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Michelle Brock

One of the treasures I own is a platter my mom brought back from Thailand just after the Tsunami several years back. She found it on the beach in perfect condition, yards away from where many people lost their lives in a resort.

The missionaries in this area found many people willing to hear about God, because of this tragedy.

Your post reminded me of one of the stories that the missionaries told of the Christians in a particular village who had been persecuted. They requested permission to celebrate Christmas in the village, and were told no. They were required to leave the village if they wanted to do so, which they did. In this way, they were gone when their village was completely wiped out by the tsunami. These Thai Christians were now sought after by the people in the surrounding villages who had survived, who wanted to know more of their powerful God.

Perhaps this would be a good time to bring out the plate again. Thanks for the thought-provoking post.

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