Even Though I didn’t Understand, I Think I still Understood


Today I went to church.  I usually go to church every Sunday but this Sunday church was different. The reason church was different today was because today I attended a little church in Babaco, Haiti and the service was in Kreyol.  During the sermon portion of the service an interpreter helped, but during the songs I couldn’t understand a word but for some reason it felt to me as if I still could understand.  And most of all I could still feel the worship in the words.  I have thought about this a lot today and I still can’t explain why, but I felt as if I I knew the words even though I really didn’t.  DSCN1245 After the service I felt really blessed by what I had experienced, I got the feeling that the others who came with me did not experience the same thing as I did, I could be wrong maybe they did and just they just didn’t say anything or maybe they didn’t and maybe I am just weird or something.

Sometimes the God stuff still confuses me but the more I experience Him the more I realize it doesn’t matter if I understand the whys.  All that really matters is that to me it felt so right and so good and I am really glad I got to experience it.

Today was a really good day.


Journal entry April 13, 2015

6 thoughts on “Even Though I didn’t Understand, I Think I still Understood

  1. nickyab says:

    Wow, thanks for sharing, My hubby went to a French service in the baptist church in Niort (France) and told me that he enjoyed it and kind of understand it (even though is French is minimal) I do think I’d love to go to Haiti! One day! Blessings to you 🙂

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    • Terri says:

      That is good to here thank you for sharing, it is really cool how that happened and glad to see that others have felt that too. I hope you can get to Haiti one day, Blessings to you also!

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