♦No surgeon was ever more exacting with his scalpel. He guides the old penknife one millimeter at a time along the binding glue, careful not to cut the pages on either side. One copy of the Bible Study, but 30 more are needed. At noon, he will ride his ancient bicycle to a print shop in Soweto. There, in a ritual repeated monthly, he will hand the precious page to the smiling shop owner. Moments later, 30 starkly white copies of “Celebrating the Sabbath,” carried in a plastic bag, will travel to the Tuesday night prayer meeting. O Father, he prays as he navigates the crowded streets, I am the endpoint of a vision. Help me to be worthy.
You are tied to millions of believers through the journal in your hand.
“The precious printed sheets were brought into the house and laid upon the floor, and then a little group of interested ones were gathered in, and we knelt around the papers, and with humble hearts and many tears besought the Lord to let His blessing rest upon these printed messengers of truth.