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Eat The Watermelon Spit Out The Seeds! He was sorry, but unfortunately that would be my expected role. I hung up the phone in confusion and disbelief. Have I got it wrong? Is this a huge mistake? But it was too late. I had bought my ticket, said farewells, and was ready to go. First of all I flew to Rwanda to spend four months with my feisty aunt and grandmother, who were both working in the north of the country. Granny was extremely hardcore, and she was going to be my language teacher. She had been in Rwanda for half a century, and the languages of Rwanda and Burundi are similar, so for those four months I studied the language and pleaded with the Lord to release me from the job as administrator.
I wanted to work for Scripture Union in Burundi, because SU works with youth and is interdenominational. Meantime the team of workers themselves at SU in Burundi heard that a muzungu a white man was coming down in a few months and wanted to join them.
So they began praying along the same lines. If you want to humble or teach him something in making him an administrative assistant, then so be it. I said goodbyes to all my friends in that town and headed for the capital, Kigali. Arriving in Kigali, I went to a guesthouse to meet my boss who had flown out from the UK. I stopped by for ten minutes, when we were amazed to discover that the head of SU Burundi had also just arrived on his way to Tanzania. Surely not! Here were three men from three different countries in transit to two different countries, who were praying for the same thing, and whose paths had crossed at the exact time necessary in that one specific guesthouse in the whole of the capital city.
I knew virtually nobody, possessed just a few hundred dollars, had given up everything, and had no idea how things would turn out. But in the midst of such precariousness and uncertainty, I experienced a nervous peace. I had peace, because I knew God had to be faithful; and it was a nervous peace, because things were totally out of my hands yet I knew something significant was about to happen.
I had risked my all and surrendered everything to him, so I knew he would be faithful and honor my trust in him.