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(Your Way or God's Way)
Dear friend, grace and peace to you from JESUS CHRIST the Prince of Peace and the Lord of Peace.
As we continue into the new year, I want to urge you to think seriously about what you want for
yourself and family in 2015. You have the choice to live life YOUR WAY or GOD's WAY.
YOUR WAY: Proverbs 16:25 There is a way that seems right unto a man, but the end thereof are the
ways of death. (God warns us in His Word that living life our way, without God, will lead to death and
destruction. Don't be deceived into thinking that your education and financial status can replace God
in your life. It will profit you nothing, if you gain the whole world and lose your soul.)
GOD's WAY: JESUS CHRIST came to reconcile us to God and to make available to us God's grace,
mercy and peace. He offers us a life of good success, fruitfulness, hope, victory and fulfillment. He
promised that He will be with us when we face trouble and the storms of life.
Matthew 7:24-27 (Jesus said these words in reference to the WISE and the FOOLISH.)
Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a WISE man
who built his house on the rock. The rain came down, the streams rose and the winds blew and beat
against that house; yet it did not fall, because it had its foundation on the rock. But everyone who
hears these words of mine and does not put them into practice is like a FOOLISH man who built his
house on sand. The rain came down, the streams rose and the winds blew and beat against that
house and it fell with a great crash.
You have the CHOICE in 2015 to live life your way or God's way. I encourage you to submit your life
to God and live for Him.
PLEASE PRAY THIS PRAYER TO RECEIVE THE LORD JESUS IN YOUR LIFE:
Dear Lord Jesus, I thank you for allowing me to begin a new year of life. I thank you that I don't have
to face the future alone. I believe you are the SON OF GOD and I receive you as my Lord and
Personal Saviour. Please forgive me of all my sins and come into my heart. Lord Jesus, I commit my
life to you. Help me to live for you every day of 2015. Amen.(If you prayed the prayer, please send me
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BLANTYRE, Malawi---Flooding in
Malawi has killed more than 176 people,
displaced at least 200,000 others, left
homes and schools submerged in water
and roads washed away by the deluge
in the southern African country, the vice
president said Friday.
Downriver in neighboring Mozambique,
floodwaters have left at least 38 dead,
according to Mozambican news agency
AIM, displaced tens of thousands and
damaged the main road linking the north
and south of the country.
While the Mozambican government s
flood plan, announced last year, may have
lessened the damage, Malawi was caught
off guard. Dozens of people are missing
in Malawi, with at least 153 unaccounted
for in the worst affected southern parts
of the country, Vice President Saulos
"It s a very bad situation," he said,
speaking at a press conference in Malawi s
commercial capital Blantyre.
A joint operation between the police
and the army was underway to rescue
hundreds who were trapped in their vil-
lages by flood waters caused by weeks
of heavy rain, Chilima said. A bright spot
of their work so far: Rescue workers had
found a woman who had given birth while
trapped by floodwaters. The mother and
newborn were healthy, Chilima said.
"I flew over some parts of the Lower
Shire but we could not find anywhere to
land," he said of the south. "It s a big
challenge we have before us." Thousands
of homes had been destroyed, hundreds
of hectares of crops submerged and live-
stock had been washed away, Chilima
"We have lost everything," said Kalenga,
a man who took shelter in a tent camp
set up by the Malawi Red Cross and Red
Crescent Society, and Doctors Without Borders.
He gave only his first name.
Tents have been set up for those left homeless,
and many have found refuge with friends and
neighbors whose homes remained habitable, Doc-
tors Without Borders said in a statement.
The international medical organization said it
was concerned that displaced people were also
vulnerable to water-borne disease due unsanitary
"Most of Nsanje and East Bank are submerged
under two to three meters of water, which has
transformed these vast plains into a giant lake
engulfing houses and bridges," said Amaury Gre-
goire, Doctors Without Borders mission head in
Malawi s south.
The United Nations World Food Program said
it plans to airlift more than 100 metric tons of
food to the southern African to feed at least
77,000, but added in a statement that accessing
Malawi s southern districts has been "extremely
Floods kill at least 176, displace 200,000 in Malawi
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