Streams to cross

Bridges
Bridges

In Papua New Guinea, there are many areas where rain falls freely. Two to three inches of rain, in a heavy downpour, can be a daily occurrence. The result is that the country is full of rivers and streams, and at some point, your path has to cross them. In the remote areas, the most common bridge is a fallen tree or logs tied together. It isn’t always easy to cross them but it beats going through the river. So it is with language development and Bible translation projects. Sometimes the obstacles to a good translation seem to bring the program to a halt. A halt until a bridge for the issue is found. Then the translation moves forward and progress is made. Pray that those worker in these projects would have the creativity to solve the issues of the day.

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