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The devotion of the Rwandan population can leave a person astonished. When a country experiences so much death and grieving, it is hard to imagine that they would all be so faithful to their religions. But it is true in this country, no other name is praised more than the name of God. They come by the hundreds and they all pack into the smallest of churches to sing praises and worship their God. It was truly incredible to see that people who suffer still find that they can believe in something greater than themselves.

RWANDA | Monday, 14 January 2013 | Views [376] | View Larger Image

The devotion of the Rwandan population can leave a person astonished. When a country experiences so much death and grieving, it is hard to imagine that they would all be so faithful to their religions. But it is true in this country, no other name is praised more than the name of God. They come by the hundreds and they all pack into the smallest of churches to sing praises and worship their God. It was truly incredible to see that people who suffer still find that they can believe in something greater than themselves.

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