sunday, september 20
Women and children in developing countries usually spend around 5 hours a day just fetching water.
Poverty is incredibly inconvenient. One of the most restricting factors in the life of a poor person is their limited access to transportation. If you think it’s inconvenient to drive all over town for your various activities, imagine walking or taking a long bus ride instead. If you also had to fit into your daily schedule several trips—on foot—to your nearest source of water, even the simplest tasks like washing your clothes or dishes could become overwhelming. Experience the inconvenience of going without transportation in some way today (like walking to the grocery store or carrying a bucket of water around the block) to understand the limitations faced by the poor.
How inconvenienced would you be today if you did not have any access to a vehicle?

Read... Psalm 81:6

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