A Journey of faith (part 2)

Updated: Nov 2

This is our testimony of how God provided for a house when we really needed one! We were living in a little wooden 'housie' , because that was all that was available at the time. We did our best to stay thankful and made the best of it but it was extremely small. It also were expensive and cost what a normal house would cost in that area. We also reached a point where we couldn't afford it anymore.


The 'housie' didn't keep temperature well which made it extremely cold during the winter and unbearably hot on warm days. To make matters worse, there was no living space at all. You could only sit on your chair or be on your bed, that was it.


Then there was the owner's animals that he left there. A sheep, 3 pigeons and a chicken. And they made sure we KNEW they were the owners of the property. In the beginning we thought it was funny but it soon became quite unbearable to live in the mess they made or in the always closed door of the already cramped space. The chicken wanted to sit on the chair in the little living room and the pigeons wanted food every 3 seconds. The sheep was so demanding I can write a book about her only. She was really adorable but always hungry. The owner didn't provide enough or the right food for any of them and we had to constantly deal with that.


This sheep loved bread. When we came back from the shop she came to the car looking for it!

We had this green pet house outside and she got stuck in it looking for food. She ate all the grass and every plant that grew in that yard. She was a very special and dear but annoying bugger. It wasn't possible to stay mad at her for very long. She loved my youngest son! When he played outside, she hopped all around him, playing along. Then one day someone dragged her away at night and killed her for her meat. They apparently do that to get money for drugs. That was a horrible experience.