Sunday, August 3, 2014

Land of milk, and . . .

When we joined NJH in 2010, one of the major issues we faced was the scarce availability of milk. There was not even an ounce of cow’s milk to be brought. Buffalo milk was available,  but in very small quantities. Providing milk to the children was always a challenge and most of the time, we were dependent on packaged milk.

Well, things have changed a lot.

As most of you have read in the news media, we are in the middle of a bad drought.

However, there is no scarcity of milk nowadays. We get cows’ milk for giving the kids. And there is quite an abundance of buffalo milk.

Such good milk that we get approximately 100 gms of butter every day. Recently, we had so much butter stored up in the refrigerator that we made ghee (clarified butter) out of it.

It’s so amazing. Poor availability of milk was something we put before the Lord when we reached here in 2010.

With the sort of agriculture work that is happening (in spite of a drought), I’m sure that the Lord will bless us with honey also in no time.

All praises to God, Jehovah Jireh, the provider of all things good for his children. 

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