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Phil and Linda Byler, missionaries in Sudan
December 15, 2010 11:09 pm
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As a teenager and young adult I enjoyed learning to speed shift without using the clutch… just for fun. I hadn’t done if for years… decades. Until my clutch went out – completely flat –  30 km from the main road in Boya bush on Sunday. After spending a frustrating hour of valuable daylight trying my Family Doctor skills on the clutch adjustments to no avail, I remembered speed shifting and wondered if it would work with this Land Rover. With a desperate prayer we loaded up and used the starter to get us moving in 1st gear. The rest was easy and fun. My passengers were elated when I broke into applause after negotiating the first gully/dry sandy riverbed without a clutch. I was in Linda’s hug back in Torit only an hour after dark. Thank you Jesus!

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