The Saints in Utah seem to have specialisations are their universities on rebuilding economies, very useful for places like post-Soviet Union Georgia.
A mile-long factory which built electric and electronic goods had been stripped, power was short in the country, unemployment suddenly balooned to 80 percent, and a once-prosperous beourgeosie population were left without means of earning a living.
But God's love, through Mr and Mrs Kemp who I wrote about yesterday, and their Mormon organisation, the Church of Latter-Day Saints, helped to replenish some of the home comforts.
They did about a 100 projects, the cost of each project was limited to 15,000 U.S. Dollars.
They re-opened a timber factory, and created jobs for 15 people, which led to jobs for a 100 more, and building of much furniture, beds, chairs, tables for schools....
They opened a mixed dairy farm, for milk and meat, and purchased 15 cows and put them on a farm. But the cows were all pregnant, and in time conceived, and the calves needed additional housing so adjoining land was used to enlarge the existing farm.
The Kemps helped re-open schools for the blind, for the deaf and dumb, and for people with learning difficulties.
They did such like projects all over Georgia, of course with great co-operation of the people of Georgia and their leaders who offered to Mr and Mrs Kemp every kind of help to move the furniture, store electricity generators securely, and so on.
Patriarch Kemp and his lady wife were treated like Royalty, i.e. they were treated with respect and affection. That is only natural, as this great couple brought God's goodness to the people of Georgia at a time when they had lost so much. They were given sumptuous meals, and lots of fruit, and regaled and toasted in all the villages.
Mrs Shevardnaze was hoping to visit Utah, however, she passed away.
The generosity of the Saints of Utah was greatly appreciated in Georgia, and some people from there became missionairies, like Amalia, who was a missionary in London for 18 months and is now going on a scholarship to the famous Brigham Young University.
It is God's love in the hearts of humanity for humankind that makes such things possible, in the name of Jesus Christ, our Saviour.