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A pastor tells the story of visiting a refugee camp at Eglin air force base in the 1970s just after the Vietnam war where he found hundreds of refugees huddled under tents. Some were learning English, some were filling out government forms, some being taught to cook. Children were playing games. In the temporary chapel, there was a group singing in their native tongue, “leaning on the everlasting arms.” Here were people native tongue, “leaning on the everlasting arms.” Here were people who had lost everything but their lives and their faith, and they were singing, “what have I to dread, what have I to fear, leaning on the everlasting arms.”

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