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Phil and Linda Byler, missionaries in Sudan
July 10, 2013 12:43 pm
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JordanJordan and I walked across the dusty ground and ascended the tiled steps of the stately Eastern Equatoria State Parliament Building. It was Monday morning in Torit, South Sudan. Part of Jordan’s ministry is meeting for prayer and encouragement with Pastor Tobiolo whose gifted bent for effective leadership has thrust him into the office of Chief Whip of the Parliament house. “Today,” he reported, “we will debate the allocation of road Cheif Whipimprovements for each county.” A lot of days and many kilometers of rough road travel have kept Tobiolo away from this office in recent weeks pursuing peace and reconciliation of the rebel activity in the remote areas of the state.

“Why do the nations conspire and the people plot in vain?” Jordan read from Psalms 2, concluding with “Blessed are all who take refuge in him.”

We prayed for and with Rev. Tobiolo, chief whip. Today is the second anniversary of South Sudan’s independence. The Phil and Rev. Tobiolooverall political mood of Torit seems to be traces of optimism amid volumes of disappointment in the selfish rule often displayed by government officials. If only there were more people like Rev. Tobiolos…

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