200. “The Insanity Of God: A True Story Of Faith Resurrected” By Nik Ripken

200. “. . . I would be likely to be caught in the same web,and refused entry or expelled from the country. ‘I’ll ketch up with you soon enough,” David said, ‘Until then, you would be safer without me. The people who are meeting you at your first couple of stops speak excellent English. They will be able to interpret if any people have lined up for interviews don’t speak English. The young couple meeting you at the train station in your first city will take good care of you. . . .” ~ Nik Ripken

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