Posted: January 6, 2009 in Uncategorized


Today I read these words in MY UTMOST FOR HIS HIGHEST: The lasting value of our public service for God is measured by the depths of the intimacy of our private times of fellowship and oneness with Him.


Today I read these words in Genesis 25:34: Esau ate and drank and went on about his business, indifferent to the fact that he had given up his birthright.


Today is the third day of a gasoline shortage. I was able to find diesel but not gasoline. Not sure why there is a shortage.


Today Sheila will be back in Haiti after spending several days in the States over Christmas time. The ladies will be happy to see her tomorrow and we are happy that she will be back with us.


Today is the last day that we will have the Lynches’ mastiff puppy with us. He is a good puppy, but we already have three mastiff dogs at our house and I’ll be glad that the puppy will be going home.


Today is the last day that Jessica and her friend Janelle will be with us. They have been with us for several days and that have been a blessing and a joy to have. They tomorrow fly back to the States and they will be escorting a child with spina bifida to the States for treatment.


Today Zach, a Haiti friend, stopped into the office for a few minutes. I enjoy being with him and listening to him, seeing his hunger for God is contagious.


Today a pilot friend that flies for the United Nations came by. His desire to serve God inspires me.


Today the first HIV lady in the Women’s Program came by the office with her infant son. She faithfully keeps her appointments at the clinic where she receives treatment and she looks and seems healthy. But I still feel some sadness when I see her.


Today two birth moms of children that recently traveled to the States stopped by the office to see if we had any info on their children. I am glad when the birth parents care.


Today I have experienced God grace, mercy and faithfulness.


John McHoul


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