“Hat in Zion sem meng in na nasep ding”
“Hong pai un, Topa phat ni; eite a hong hu, a hong honkhia pa tungah lungdamna la sa ni.” (Late 95:1)
Tu ciang ciang hong ton pih, hong kha, hi zah hong it, hong tat khiat na, hong gualzawh pih na sa thupha te, hong piak lai ding te leh hong zawh pih lai ding te, amah hoihna leh kha thupha, lei thupha, van thupha te hong pia ih Pasian phat khawm ni!
Ni 40 sung, tu kal September 22, 2015 nitak pan ki pan, October 31, 2015 dong, sun leh zan Topa mai zong khawm ni, “taang” thungetna nei khawm ni.
Ih minam hi ta leh, Kawlgam a hi zong, suum leh pai ki sam ma sa lo hi. Pasian leh thungetna hi. Khangtangthu Nihna 7:14 sung ah kiniamkhiatna, thungetna, Pasian mai zong na, gitlohnate pan in kihei na bulphuh hi. Hih teng hih tak tak leng, Pasian in a kamciam na hong pia hi– “Vantung panin ka za ding a, amaute’ khialhna maisakin a leitang uh ka hoihsak kik ding hi” ci hi. Tua a hih man in,
*Zogam aa ding, Kawlgam ah ki tel na ding
*Kawlgam bup khanlawh nang
*Lamka ah ih mi ih sa te aa ding
*Malaysia, India, Thai ah om ih mi pih
*Ih sang gam te UN min ki bat na hang aa haksatna a nei te Topa’n lam thak hong hon sak nang
*Gam 3 na a tung nailo te a manlang hong tun meng meng nang
*Gam 3 na a tung khin sa te leh a nasep bawl a sen pi nang leh tu laitak mi khut nuai ih om hang, mai ah company nei te ih hih nang in thungen ni.
Jeremiah 29:7 in “Note sal-a kong koihna khuapi’ phattuam nading bawl un la, tua khuapi adingin Topa tungah thu ngetsak un. Bang hang hiam cih leh tua khuapi in a phattuamna a ngah leh no zong phattuamna a ngah mah na hi uh hi” ci hi. Ih ten na gam, Topa hong puak na gam, gam hoih nang, phattuamna ngah nang pen nang leh kei thungetna sung om hi.
*U.S. ah states 50 om hi. Leitung ah om taih 6 te aa ding zong thungetna ah phawk ni.
* Topa hong puakna gam, ih ten na gam mah mah leh Kumpi ki tel nang leh a ki sia gam le minam te aa ding
*Khanlawhna aa ding
*Ih khangthak khangno, naupang te Pasian zah tak kih tak na hong nei aa, siatna khempeuh tawh ki pelh nang
*Leitung lam, kha lam ah ih makai ding te a hih man pil in, siam in, mi lian, gam makai, minam makaih zo Pasian mi zat hong suah nang
*Pawlpi te leh Pasian na sem te aa ding in thungen ni.
Hih ni 40 sung (September 22, 2015-October 31, 2015) Topa mai zong khawm ni. Zing nai 10 A.M. lian in ki pan in sun nai 3 dong leh nitak nai 7:00-9:00 P.M. Amun pen Nu Khan te inn hi ding hi.
— Sept. 22-23 pen nitak bek om ding,
aihang Sept. 24-Oct. 31 pen nai
10-3, 7-9 hi ding hi.
— October 16-18: Sia Zaw Lin Aung
Thunget sak ding na deih a om leh thu na nget sak ding hi ung. Thunget pih ding hong gen thei uh hi cih zong ong gen nuam ung.
Contact phone number: 918-815-1327
Topa in mimal ciat thupha hong pia hen,
“O ZION, HASTE, THY MISSION HIGH FULFILLING”
“Come, let us sing for joy to the Lord; let us shout aloud to the Rock of our salvation.” (Psalm 95:1)
Let us praise together the God who has guided and brought us till this day, of His redemption, of His victorious blessings, of what He has given and what He will give to us, of His goodness and the earthly, spiritual, and heavenly blessings He has given to us.
Let us seek God together and join in intercessory prayer for 40 days and nights, starting from the evening of September 22, 2015 to October 31, 2015.
The first thing Burma and our people need is not money, but rather God and prayer. 2 Chronicles 7:14 focuses on humility, prayer, seeking God’s face, turning from wicked ways. God gives us His promise if we truly do these things–“I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.” So, let’s pray for
*Our home villages, for Burma’s elections
*Revival for the whole country of Burma
*For the flood victims in the mountain villages and Burma
*For the people and situation in Manipur
*For the refugees in Malaysia, India, and Thailand
*For those that have not been accepted by the UN to quickly be accepted and for that that have already been accepted to quickly go to the country to which they have been assigned.
*For those that have already reached other countries to not always be working under the hands of people, but that one day they would be company owners.
Jeremiah 29:7 says “Also, seek the peace and prosperity of the city to which I have carried you into exile. Pray to the Lord for it, because if it prospers, you too will prosper.” The prosperity and well-being of the country that we live in, the country God has brought us to, lies in our prayers. Therefore, let us pray for
*The 50 states of the United States, the 6 continents around the world.
*The country God brought each of us to, for their government, elections, and for it’s perishing country and people.
*For the children and youth. That they would fear and respect God and that they would escape all temptations and corruptness.
*Our worldly and spiritual leaders. That they would have wisdom, knowledge, that they would become big prominent people and leaders, able to lead people, and that God would use them.
*The churches and all the ministers.
Let’s seek God’s face together during these 40 days (September 22, 2015- October 31, 2015), each day starting from 10 A.M. to 3 P.M., and at night from 7-9 P.M. The place will be Nu Khan’s house.
–Sept. 22-23: there will only be night
sessions, but Sept. 24-October 31
will be 10-3 and 7-9.
— Oct. 16-18: Sia Zaw Lin Aung
If you have any prayer requests, you can let us know, and we will pray for you.
Contact phone number is 919-815-1327.
God bless everyone,