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Inmate ICT trainees prayed for me

Sophie Ngassa
Posted November 2, 2018 from Cameroon
With my transformed inmate sisters #Prisonpreseurs
They prayed for me.

When I entered the class, they were sure I was alive.

When I was absent they were worried.

When the class was over, they prayed for me.

The prison became a safer place for me.

I felt more secured and protected.

In times of crisis seek God's power.

 

Their prayer for me.

Dear God father almighty

We call on YOU to protect our trainer

Where ever she is lay your hands upon her

Build your garment of protection over her

Please God, bring a lasting solution to the crisis in our nation Cameroon

We thank you for giving her the courage to come here during this turbulent period

Please give her more strength and endurance to overcome all challenges she may face

God have mercy upon us

Amen!

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ARREY - ECHI
Nov 02, 2018
Nov 02, 2018

Dear Sis Sophie, Thank you for sharing these heartfelt and thoughtful prayer with us. Where their hands can't reach to hug and comfort you, may their words engulf and bring you that comfort and strength in these turbulent times. Be safe as you go about your activities and on this note, May the Pulse Congregation join them in saying AMEN! Hugs from rainy Yaounde, Arrey

Sophie Ngassa
Nov 03, 2018
Nov 03, 2018

Dear sis Arrey, Thanks for you warm and kind words. Much love sis. I am doing my best to stay safe.

jlanghus
Nov 02, 2018
Nov 02, 2018

Hi Sophie,

Thanks for sharing their awesome prayer. It's so sweet and powerful:-) I love the photo, too. Hope you're having a great and safe day, dear!

Sophie Ngassa
Nov 03, 2018
Nov 03, 2018

Dear Jiil, Thank you for all your support and concern. I really appreciate you.

jlanghus
Nov 03, 2018
Nov 03, 2018

Hi dear:-) You're welcome. I appreciate you, too... very much so:-) You're such an inspiration to me, and others:-)

Beth Lacey
Nov 02, 2018
Nov 02, 2018

Hi, Sophie.  This wonderful prayer shows how much you are helping!

Beth

Sophie Ngassa
Nov 03, 2018
Nov 03, 2018

Dear Beth, I show them a lot of love. Each time i meat them is very special. Thank you.

Ngala Nadege
Nov 02, 2018
Nov 02, 2018

Hello my dear sister

Thanks for Sharing this prayer with us.

Sophie Ngassa
Nov 03, 2018
Nov 03, 2018

Welcome my dear sis . The feeling was good, so I had to share.

Tamarack Verrall
Nov 02, 2018
Nov 02, 2018

Dear Sophie,

What a beautiful, loving prayer for you. How much they have treasured your presence. Such beauty shines out from the photo. It is so good that you have been able to get into the prison to meet women. I learned a lot from women in my country who had been in prison, and learned how society had failed them. I am sure the women you have met will never forget the love you shared.

With love to you and wishes for your safety and the safety of all in your country these days,

Tam 

Sophie Ngassa
Nov 03, 2018
Nov 03, 2018

Dear darling sister Tam, Thank you for being one of those who inspired me on this journey. It has been an amazing experience with lots of encouragement form World Pulse sisters.

I am doing my best to stay safe all the time. I love my inmate sisters.

Sis. Salifu
Nov 03, 2018
Nov 03, 2018

Hi dear,

Ooh how sweet :-). This is so inspiring and thanks very much for sharing it.

We also at world pulse pray for the return of peace to you wherever you are.

Warm regards

Lisbeth

Sophie Ngassa
Nov 04, 2018
Nov 04, 2018

Hello Libeth, I am happy that I inspired you. Thanks for your prayers. I truly appreciate it.

Sis. Salifu
Nov 04, 2018
Nov 04, 2018

:-)

Adanna
Nov 05, 2018
Nov 05, 2018

My Dear Sister,

For all you do, God bless you.

Keep up the good work.

Love,

Adanna

Sophie Ngassa
Nov 07, 2018
Nov 07, 2018

My dearest sister Nuela, thank you so much sis for all your support and love. With you as a mentor I will always keep up.

Jacqueline Namutaawe
Nov 05, 2018
Nov 05, 2018

Ha ha ha ha May the Lord continue protecting you and may he bless the works of your hands. More wisdom peace and love.

Sophie Ngassa
Nov 07, 2018
Nov 07, 2018

Thank you sis for adding your prayers.

Theresa Takafuma
Nov 05, 2018
Nov 05, 2018

Dear Sophie

What a powerful prayer from sisters! Also those smiles--their eyes shine with hope. Thank you for everything you did and continue doing for sisters.

Love

Theresa

Sophie Ngassa
Nov 07, 2018
Nov 07, 2018

Dear sis Therese, thank you for encouraging me. Much love.

Ngwa Damaris
Nov 05, 2018
Nov 05, 2018

Amen!!! My heartfelt prayers goes to this nation, Cameroon 

Sophie Ngassa
Nov 07, 2018
Nov 07, 2018

Amen ! May God's will prevail for us. Thank you sis for commenting.

Muchoh Florence
Nov 07, 2018
Nov 07, 2018

Congratulations for all that you do.

Sophie Ngassa
Nov 07, 2018
Nov 07, 2018

Thank you my dear sister.

Stephanie Mah
Nov 07, 2018
Nov 07, 2018

Well done Ma Sophie. You a real changemaker. Thank God.

Sophie Ngassa
Nov 07, 2018
Nov 07, 2018

Dear sis, thanks a million. We keep on pushing despite the challenges. Thank you.

Tarke Edith
Nov 08, 2018
Nov 08, 2018

Hi sister

Thanks be God ho

Sophie Ngassa
Nov 11, 2018
Nov 11, 2018

Amen ohh sis. Thank you too.

Jane Frances Mufua
Nov 09, 2018
Nov 09, 2018

Thanks for supporting this people are the margins. Most often we forget about them.

Sophie Ngassa
Nov 11, 2018
Nov 11, 2018

Hello Jane, that's very true. You are welcome.

Marietta
Nov 13, 2018
Nov 13, 2018

INTERESTING

Sophie Ngassa
Nov 16, 2018
Nov 16, 2018

Thank you!

Sister Zeph
Nov 19, 2018
Nov 19, 2018

Beautiful work or my beautiful sister 

Pukhraj Ranjan
Dec 07, 2018
Dec 07, 2018

Beautiful post, Sophie!  I have a friend from Cameroon who is pursuing a Masters in Education from Finland. He recently posted on Facebook how his father was kidnapped for ransom and returned only to have his house burnt down due to a regional conflict. It truly is a much harder life in some parts of the world but I see hope to see people like you (and him) work for the peace of your country, in different yet very important ways. No wonder your class loves and prays for you! Keep doing what you are doing!

Marie Abanga
Dec 12, 2018
Dec 12, 2018

Aww Amen Big Sis,

Thanks for sharing. I found the Prison a safe place too when I worked there for 3 years. Never was I robbed or mugged by the inmates, only a warder searching my stuff stole my wallet can you believe this? Anyways, I really love it that they prayed for you like that because you were such a ray of Hope for them.

All the best in your endeavours