Bijbel distributie

Today I am in Eindhoven! (Another city in The Netherlands)

We went out today to hand out New Testaments and it was really cold out... the wind knocked the banner over multiple times. But, in just 1.5 hours (or less...), we handed out 55 bibles, with 45 people who were interested in hearing more about bible studies or seminars in the area.

I was quite impressed :) both with the heart of the saints (there are only 2 families who are really here in the city, so the other few carloads came from other cities) and the openness of the people. Though I experienced quite a few rejections, it was very sweet when you got to spend a little bit of time talking to someone who really wanted a bible.

It's too bad that our toes were freezing and most people were in a rush to go wherever they were going.

Prijs de Heer!


Do you ever get that feeling that everything you know is changing and you can't keep up?

I wonder if I would feel like that more or less if Facebook didn't exist...

That saying probably applies here -- the only thing that doesn't change... is that things change.
(or something like that).


In other news, a quiet week to come.

And foodgawker is one of my new favourite websites. It makes me miss home. I want to bake but I don't want to buy flour. Haha. (Amongst other things, like cinnamon and nutmeg and oats and... the list goes on.)

The hills are alive....

with the sound of trains being delayed....

Haha. No, they aren't really.

But Salzburg, birthplace of Mozart and location of The Sound of Music was... full of snow. Perhaps it would've had a musical ambiance, had it been able to penetrate the freezing air.

I have nothing witty to narrate, largely due to tiredness, so here are some pictures!

It was cold!

Teehee, horse with gore tex jacket.

The view of the Old Town in Salzburg, from atop of their fortress-castle-thing

I was amused by the super green football (soccer) field, in the middle of winter... with people playing on it.

This is apparently the Mirabell gardens, where "Do Re Mi" was filmed. I think. It was hard to tell what things were, due to the snow... and all the plants being dead.

Austrian schnitzel!

Did you know that Red Bull is an Austrian company? I didn't. In Salzburg, they have a little Red Bull museum in Hangar 7, which is close to the airport...ish. It's about 20 minutes away from the airport if you walk, or if you take a bus from the train station, you get off a couple stops before the airport. Anyway, they have this nice showcase of Red Bull planes and cars and stuff. And nice restaurants where you can eat while viewing their lovely displays. And clean bathrooms.

The Law of Revival

I was thinking about what I wanted to write, but I couldn't properly formulate it into words, so I will just leave you with a verse and a quote:

"Most gladly therefore I will rather boast in my weaknesses that the power of Christ might tabernacle over me" (1 Cor. 12:9)

"We should not continually look at our weaknesses, for they are manifested so that through them we would see Christ. ... When we gaze upon Christ, who is newly revealed to us in a particular characteristic, we will be enlivened within and revived." (W. Lee, The Law of Revival)

I'm definitely feeling a need for revival these days.
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The thoughts and experiences of a college kid on faith, love and life in pursuit of Christ, the loveliest One, while enjoying misadventures and quests for food, which so happen to take her around the world.
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