Monday, February 2, 2009

Intermission

“For Thou, Lord, hast made me glad through Thy work: I will triumph in the works of Thy hands.” (Psalm 92:4)

As I look back over the past two seminars, I find much to be glad about. I have seen the Lord answering prayers, working in kinds’ lives, and teaching me. As I look forward to the next seminars, I am confident that we will triumph through the work of His hands.

This morning, we left Hong Kong and flew back to Taiwan. Our next seminar does not start until tomorrow, so we went on a fun outing this evening. We went to Shilin night market—the largest night market in Taipei.

Perhaps the most noteworthy cultural experience of the day was eating stinky tofu. Stinky tofu is as its name implies—tofu that stinks. It has this unique sickening stench. However, it does not taste nearly as bad as it smells. In fact, it tastes ok.

Thank you for your prayers for us. As you continue to pray for us, pray that God will do many great things in and through us during our final seminar. Also, please continue to pray for spiritual strength and physical health for each of us.









Teresa Vanderford

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm glad you are getting this opportunity to see the lords work in so many different ways. Make the most of this blessing and we prey for a safe and spirt filled rest of the journey. God Bless, love the Carnicle family

David said...

I agree that it didnt taste as BAD as it smelled, but I wouldnt go so far as to say it tasted ok. ;)