For what the Lord has done for me, I smile
The scorching heat of Tsholotsho was out by 6 am and despite the high-temperature mothers and caregivers thronged the Tsholotsho district hospital with their children strapped on their backs. They had gathered to receive Bibles and assistive devices for their children. Many organisations come here with empty promises to better our lives and that of our children, BS Zimbabwe has shown that indeed you are God-fearing and your honour your word, Busisiwe a nurse aid at the rehabilitation unit of the hospital. Olwethu Moyo 6, couldn’t contain her joy as she was wheeled by her mother while holding the Bibles. Her mother Sinikiwe Moyo, 40, said music usually soothes her, however, I see she has taken a liking to the pictures, it will be hard to take that book away from her as she chuckles. Destria Sibanda busted into worship and sing “What can I render to Jehovah for he has done so much for me” as she carried her son Mathembe Ncube to receive the wheelchair and Bibles. “He is a faithful God, through my struggles one thing I don’t tire is to pray” Nkosiphile Ngwenya 8, was also keen to read his Bible as he was going through the pages as a group photo was being taken.