Wednesday, October 20, 2010


フライス家族 (Friess Family in Japanese)

I'm not sure how or why, but readers from the following countries have found our blog: United Kingdom, Tanzania, India, Canada, Germany, Spain, Philippines, Chile, Romania, South Africa, Brazil, Mexico, Malaysia, Lithuania, Japan, Portugal, Poland, Norway, Netherlands, Jordan, Hungary, France, Egypt, Australia, Venezuela, Czech Republic, Austria, Cote D'Ivoire, Colombia, Uruguay, Finland, Peru, Ecuador, Trinidad and Tobago, Moldova, Korea, Tunisia, Taiwan, Turkey, Italy, Switzerland, Jamaica, Saudi Arabia, Guatemala.

As much as I really don't anyone in Tunisia or Uruguay or India; I am excited that readers from these countries are following God's story playing out in our family in Africa. Whether you are Christians, non-Christians, dentists, doctors, mothers, pastors, missionaries or something else...I am glad you are reading. Indeed it is true as Amelia recently sang at multicultural day at her school, "God's Love Goes All Over the World."

Regardless of your view of big corporations, I think Google is making the world an easier place to live. Not only is Google taking pictures of every street in America to provide better driving directions, and making a car that drives on its own that is much safer than a human can ever be, and guessing your search results before you type them to save the average person hours in a lifetime; Google is also translating blogs into languages all over the world.

If you are a reader of our blog who prefers a language other than english please scroll down to the widget on the right titled "Translate our Blog." Then click on the blue box with the white question mark. A new screen will be open. Select one of over 55 languages (swahili, french, chinese, hindi) in which you wish to read our blog. This is an example of how it will work.

Upendo huvumilia, upendo ni mwema. Hana wivu, haina cha kujivunia, lakini si kwa kiburi. Si rude, si ubinafsi, si kwa urahisi angered, hakuna anayeshika rekodi ya makosa. Upendo hana furaha katika uovu, bali hufurahia ukweli. Daima inalinda, daima amana, daima matumaini, daima hudumu. (1 Kor 13:4-7.)

प्रेम रोगी है, प्रेम दयालु है. यह ईर्ष्या यह दावा नहीं करता, यह गर्व नहीं है नहीं करता है. यह कठोर नहीं है, यह-, यह आसानी से नाराज नहीं है की मांग नहीं कर आत्म है, यह गलतियों को सुधारने का कोई रिकॉर्ड नहीं रखता है. प्यार करता हूँ लेकिन सच के साथ बुराई रमण में प्रसन्न नहीं करता है. यह हमेशा की सुरक्षा करता है, हमेशा पर भरोसा करता है, हमेशा की उम्मीद है, हमेशा perseveres. (1 कोर. 13:4-7)

L'amour est patient, amour est aimable. Il n'est pas envieux, il ne se vante pas, il n'est pas fier. Il n'est pas impoli, il n'est pas égoïste, il n'est pas facilement en colère, il ne garde aucun disque des maux. L'amour ne se réjouit pas de mal mais se réjouit avec la vérité. Elle protège toujours, toujours confiance, il espère tout, elle supporte toujours. (1 Cor. 13:4-7)

Amor patiens, diligo est pius. Non aemulatur non glorietur, non superbi. Non rudis, non ambitio, non irascendum facilem record sustinet malum. Non gaudet in iniquitatem congaudet autem veritati. Is usquequaque servo, semper deposita sperat perseverat. (I Cor. 13:4-7)

Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. (1 Cor. 13:4-7)

Does the google translation seem accurate in your native language?


stephanie garcia said...

Hello from Chile! We are missionaries to Iquique in northern Chile and I enjoy visiting your blog. God bless and strengthen you in your work for Him.

The Friess Family said...

Welcome to our live here in Kenya. Praise God for all those miners being removed safely.

RM said...

this reader from Ukraine found you through Stuff Christians Like