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And Dora was going with them! They were leaving the Amish church! It just didn't fully sink in right away. Nate told Henry, "Don't you remember what you said when you were recovering from your truck accident? " Henry nodded. "I still feel that way. I was hankering after freedom to serve the flesh. But this is different. Now my desire is to serve God and go wherever he leads me. I don't desire to have more of things of the world or more luxuries. It won't be an easy life there in Africa. " "Does .
Tonight they paid us a visit and explained their motives clearly. Now we know why they wooed Dora from us and why Henry was teaching Priscilla and Dora another language. Henry was really wound up tonight. " he asked, his eyes blazing with intensity. " But Henry silenced me with a withering look before I could finish. " However, Henry wasn't listening. He had something else he wanted to say. " We two couples stood there, facing each other, and I felt stunned and dazed. The first thought that entered my mind was, why do we have to go through this yet, too?
Then she picked up a scissors, went out to the flower bed, and cut a bouquet of marigolds and zinnias. She arranged them beautifully in a vase and set them on the middle of the table. Martha put milk into a saucepan, brought it to a boil, added rolled oats, raisins, and English walnuts. It was a good breakfast, interesting and different from our usual fried eggs, mush, potatoes, and grapenuts or granola. There are two things that she says she has to get used to here. One is that we don't use table napkins, and the other is that we use the same plates for our desserts that we used for the first course.