Thursday Kirándulás

Tonight, I took some of the teens from our thursday night study on a 'kirándulás' or otherwise known as a hike. We didn't want to disregard the beautiful day God had given us, and the teens were excited to give me a tour of the mountain top.

Below: Gabi and Zoli waiting for me to catch up.


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Above: Interesting sights along the hike. Left: I've never seen one of these flowers in Delaware. Right: Summer shacks that the Hungarians use as a base for gardening in the mountains and also small barbecue parties.

After making our way to a valley surrounded by walls of rock, we settled down for a time of prayer and discussion. Our scripture for the night was Colossians 2:1-8.

One of the teens shared with me that a family member had recently taken him to a witch doctor in a neighboring town. He shared how he was scared to be in that place and saddened by his families member's decision to be involved in such things. Thankfully, the teenager who shared this with me is saved and I was able to encourage him as to how to proceed in the matter. I was reminded once again, that this entire county is saturated with the evidences of the enemies hand at work to keep people in bondage to sin.

It was fitting to close our discussion with Colossians 2:8, "See to it that no one takes you captive through hollow and deceptive philosophy, which depends on human tradition and the basic principles of this world rather than on Christ."
I praise God for these young men knowing the truth, and being saved from the deceptive philosophies of the world. Pray with me that they will faithfully, through dependance on God, rescue others by leading them to Christ.

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