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In praying for Malawi, the Lord directed me to the scripture, of redigging the wells and the cisterns.
I shall not belabour the depth of symbolism as shown by 'drought'; the passages in the bible dealing with drought; or those passages dealing with 'living fountains';'never thirst..'; Jesus at the well;

I was shown lake Malawi, with edible fish.... and irrigation needed; in places waterwheels/generators. In others simple Archimedean screws, powered by the water they were lifting. Needless to say... the river and lake water was for crops, not drinking.

Vision changed, to the cisterns in Jerusalem; to Ali-babba massive clay pots, brimming with water; to clay pipes and channels; to massive underground water storage. God was telling me: the Malawi people need to irrigate and lay aside cisterns...but also, I was reminded when the wells of Abraham were dug, two were given to the tribespeople there...and it was the third well, which Isaac kept.[an admonishment of remembering to share God's grace and hospitality...even now tribalism divides areas of Malawi]

I also saw fishponds dug, near schools and churches...and fish bred for food. whether this WILL happen, or whether it was an interpretation of some of what I was being given to see I do not know...time will reveal. Yet I feel, The Lord is saying he has provided and yet provides...it is we who need to act in faith.

I also was shown pottery kilns and told, "there is pottery clay in Malawi" 'they do not build kilns there yet but they can(if they look into it), and make plates, tiles, pipes for water, bowls, jugs and vessels for water....

imagine my surprise when researching online I found this: http://pdf.usaid.gov/pdf_docs/PNABH122.pdf

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