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Day 5: Call Box!

July 11th, 2011 Categories: blending..., enjoying... 7 comments

Time to play catch-up on the blending trip posts!

Day 5 (Lord’s Day 26th June 2011)
On Day 5, we enjoyed the Lord’s table with the dear saints from Riverside and Corona. On the same day it was the first Lord’s table in a locality called Palm Desert. We were unable to go due to how complex it would make our transportation arrangements, but we were standing with the saints. Praise the Lord for the church in Palm Desert!

Due to a little illness in the group, we slowed down the pace and delayed our departure from Riverside. So after lunch at the H’s, a (half-hearted) attempt to play tennis, and actual playing of Apples to Apples – a universally fun game – we hit the road again! This time our drive was for more than a couple of hours. Destination: Fresno!

We also changed the vans around and although I was a little apprehensive about moving to the brothers’ van, it was actually really sweet and I appreciated the time to get to know the brothers also, and to fellowship and pray together. R KW ‘decorated’ the van with post-it notes of two of the songs we had been enjoying on the trip so far (Christ is our light, our food, our air and Draw me dear Lord, with Your beauty) and we taught the brothers how to ‘play’ Call Box, as mentioned on Day 3. Oh Lord Jesus! Calling on the Lord was so releasing, getting us out of our thoughts, emotions, feelings and idle talk, and into our spirit! This is the secret to enjoying the unsearchable riches of Christ!

For there is no distinction between Jew and Greek, for the same Lord is Lord of all and rich to all who call upon Him;

Romans 10::12

We even tried to call on the Lord in all the different languages we knew between us, and by the end of the journey, our van was covered in post-it notes!

Now, without using Google Translate (although I did, in order not to massacre the spellings!), or any other such tool, can you identify the name of the Lord in these languages? :) Praise the Lord, we can call on His name at any time, in any place, and in any language!

O Panie Jezu!
¡Oh Señor Jesús!
O shu iesu!
Ω Κύριε Ιησού!
O Seigneur Jésus!
O, Doamne Iisuse!
Ó, zhǔ yēsū!
O Gospodi Iisuse!
O Herr Jesus!
O Lord Chineke!
O Signore Gesù!
O Heer Jezus!
O Senhor Jesus!

O Lord Jesus!
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  1. mavis
    July 12th, 2011 at 21:29 | #1

    1st one is polish
    2nd spanish
    3rd taiwanese
    4th greek
    7th mandarin
    9th german
    13th italian?

  2. July 12th, 2011 at 23:02 | #2

    You got 3 and 13 wrong, but all the others are correct :) Well done!

  3. July 17th, 2011 at 12:57 | #3

    I think I recognise the English ones, Polish, Spanish…Greek, French, German ‘O Lord Jesus’…That’s it. How about the others????

  4. July 17th, 2011 at 14:14 | #4

    Japanese, Romania, Chinese, Russian, Igbo, Italian, Dutch and Portuguese!

  5. July 17th, 2011 at 23:36 | #5

    reminds me of the children song – All English children say O Lord!

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