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AVIGNON BRIDGE
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LI HING FAMILY
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JAMES AND ELISABETH SUR LE PONT D'AVIGNON
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BISHOP ROGER 56TH BIRTHDAY CAKE
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JAMES LI HING FORMER EXECUTIVE OF THE BIBLE SOCIETY IN MAURITIUS AND IN KENYA AND HIS WIFE ELISABETH INVITE CONVALESING BISHOP ROGER JAOMALAZA FOR A VISIT TO THEIR HOME IN AVIGNON
 
ANTSIRANANA 091101-1
November 1, 2009

[Diocese of Antsiranana - Indian Ocean] Job 1:13 One day when Job's children were having a feast at the home of their oldest brother,
Job 1:14 a messenger came running to Job. "We were plowing the fields with the oxen," he said, "and the donkeys were in a nearby pasture.
Job 1:15 Suddenly the Sabeans attacked and stole them all. They killed every one of your servants except me. I am the only one who escaped to tell you."
Job 1:16 Before he had finished speaking, another servant came and said, "Lightning struck the sheep and the shepherds and killed them all. I am the only one who escaped to tell you."
Job 1:17 Before he had finished speaking, another servant came and said, "Three bands of Chaldean raiders attacked us, took away the camels, and killed all your servants except me. I am the only one who escaped to tell you."
Job 1:18 Before he had finished speaking, another servant came and said, "Your children were having a feast at the home of your oldest son,
Job 1:19 when a storm swept in from the desert. It blew the house down and killed them all. I am the only one who escaped to tell you."
Job 1:20 Then Job got up and tore his clothes in grief. He shaved his head and threw himself face downward on the ground.
Job 1:21 He said, "I was born with nothing, and I will die with nothing. The LORD gave, and now he has taken away. May his name be praised!"
Job 1:22 In spite of everything that had happened, Job did not sin by blaming God.