The events on the ninth day of December 2020 shall forever remain a treasured memory.
I was traveling from Nyeri to my hometown of Karatina in a public service vehicle when it was involved in a serious collision with a lorry that was moving in the opposite direction.
Two days before the collision I had been studying the Bible Lesson from the Christian Science Quarterly, which that week was on the subject “God the Preserver of Man.” I became inspired by a verse in the Lesson from the book of Joshua: “For the Lord thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest” (1:9). It was not a coincidence that these words came as I was about to travel, when I would most need the spiritual assurance that divine Love is embracing each one of us, wherever we are.
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