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Hello, my name is Auntie Arlene. I will share with you different stories from my life. Some of them are quite amazing. My life has been rich with adventures. I have traveled this road for a very long time. It all began in a little house in the countryside. But the path has taken me to far away places. Will you join me on this journey? You will learn a lot about other people and places around this world. Are you ready? It will be a fun trip. So let's get started. [mp3]

苦恼 Island Miseries


We slept fitfully that first night on the island. There were no fans to cool us from the heat and we had opened the windows to allow some breeze to come through. The next morning the children complained that they were itching. When I looked, they were covered with bites from the mosquitoes that lived in the vines just outside of their window and had come through to taste the fresh blood. Within two days, the children were covered with scabs from scratching the bites and we had to take them to see a doctor. We learned to burn coils of incense to repel the insects and that helped somewhat.

Adding to this, my husband discovered that our family's account was in deficit. He came home very disheartened. We sat down, held hands and prayed about our situation. I said to my husband, "Dear, God called us here and, although it's an embarrassment to you, we'll have to trust Him to erase the red in the books and put us in the black." Every day we committed this situation to God in prayer. Within a few months, our account was back in credit.

This miserable time had been a test of our faith in what God could do if we trusted Him. He proved how much He wanted us on the island by providing what we needed.

Deficit - The amount by which money spent is more than money received.
Embarrassment - The feeling of being self-conscious or ill at ease.

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