Hope that your Monday started the week just fine.To be honest, mine did not........
Went this morning to go and check on Chanee, about 30km away in another village. Upon arrival I saw that he is very quite and could see that he is not doing good. His wife is crying while holding his hands. He is busy dying as the wound in his groin has the better of him. I cleaned the wound but he was complaining a lot and fell asleep.
It is hard to see someone dying. does he know God, I do not know. the pastor once explain to him the salvation, but how will we know? It is up to God. Ok , I am up for a beating, as my prayer was:" Please Lord, take him away from here to where there are no pain, please." Seeing someone suffer like this is no pretty sight and I can just imagine the pain he must be in.
Please pray for his wife and family as they are far away and most properly do not even have money to come to see him. I cannot see how he can make tomorrow and will go again in the morning to check on him.
We had a great time with 12 people from youth Call that came and visit us for some down-time. Most of the time we were just eating but also went to see the Temples at Angkor Wat. It was busy with all the boys and girls in the house, but luckily we have this big place now, room for everyone.
Praise God that my mum is better. My sister said that she is scheduled for another Chemo, but I did not contact her yet, will keep you updated on that. She is doing much better with her cough and rest at home.
thank you very much for praying for us
Mordegai for us all