Only for those in the know
Interesting short messages accompany money transfers we receive: “Keep it up the good work“, “Many greetings“, or “Thank you” are just some examples. At other times a code is included that needs to be worked out before one can understand the intended message. Yesterday a couple donated a five-digit sum and included the following short message: “Phil 2.13.”
One could easily meditate on the letter and number combination for ages. The code can quite easily be deciphered, if you search in the writings contained in the Book of all Books.
“Phil” refers to a letter that a learned person wrote to a small group of Christians in the city of Philippi 2,000 years ago. “2.13” denote chapter and verse. There we read: “For it is God who works in you, both to will and to work for his good pleasure.” The donors realised that this sentence had become reality looking at the story of Diospi Suyana.
They are not the only people thinking along those lines. Some project managers, who will soon be living in the kingdom (surrounded by a wall!) of Donald Trump, sent us an email from New York: they are planning a Bible Museum that will open in Washington DC in 2017. They thought Diospi Suyana could act as a good example for one of their exhibition topics: “Bible and Health.”
“We would like to use the logo of the Hospital Diospi Suyana in our exhibition, since it is a highly symbolic and biblically-inspired symbol.”
God gives us the will and the strength – that is Diospi Suyana’s secret. But please keep it a secret! If you have read this sentence you have automatically become a secret agent!