On one of my recent trips to Haiti one of our orphanage kids handed me a letter as I was leaving Tricotte to give to his sponsor. Well, I wasn’t paying very good attention and put it in my pocket. When I opened it later I realized that it didn’t have the sponsor’s name on it, and the orphan hadn’t signed it. So I don’t know who gave it to me or who to send it to. As I was thinking about this dilemma I realized that we haven’t sent sponsor letters out for some time, and I thought this would be a good opportunity to do so. And just maybe it was a letter meant for you all – that’s how I am treating it. So here is what he writes:
Good morning my sponsor. How are you? And your family? So I think your family is good. Because I know God is responsible to take care of your family and you.
It is the joy, it is the best joy when I find the opportunity to write you this letter. The aim of this letter that’s for to thanking you. So I’m very happy to write you to tell you, so I know is not easy. But Jesus give you courage for work every day very hard for you help me. So I don’t stay indifferent. Without I don’t say nothing so I write you this letter to say you thank you. I want to say (thank you) very courageous because the Bible say in Galatians 6:9, “And let us not grow weary of doing good for in due season we will reap if we do not give up.”
Thank you very well,
Thank you Dearly,
This letter come from the orphanage Haiti.