Ni 12 Sung Thunget Leh Biakpiakna
2 Khangtangthu 7:14: “Keima min-in a kisam ka mite amau mahmah kiniamkhiatin, thu ngenin ka mai hong zong a, amau’ gitlohnate panin a kihei uh leh, tua ciangin kei mah in Vantung panin ka za ding a, amaute’ khialhna maisakin a leitang uh ka hoihsak kik ding hi.”
“A Ki Sia Leitung Aa Ding Lungtang Suk Aa Thunget Khopna”
Zeisu Khazih min tawh, na khut tak lam kong len ma sa uh hi, 2014 hong kan tan pih, 2015 cidam tak in hong lut pih, ih Biak Pasian in minthanna khempeuh ngah ta hen! January ni 5 pan ki pan, ni 16 dawng, ni 12 sung thungetna leh phatna nei suak ding hi.
Thu um mi te galhiam lian pen thungetna hi. Ih minam te ih it man in, minam dang te mu dah kei ni. Ih minam te ih it man in, thau vui, thau tang te zang kei ni. Pasian leh ih minam te ih it leh, itna leh thungetna bek zang ni. Tua bek in ei hong khel sak ding aa, ei hong hoih sak ding bek tham loh, ih gam zong hong hoih sak ding hi.
Mi gi lo te’n Christian te that uh aa, Christian, thu um mi tampi tak si hi. Hih mi gi lo te in amau gam aa ding gam la tek uh hi. Tun ei pen sisan naisan tuak kha kei mah ta se leng, siat theih na, lau huai na tampi tak om hi.
Siatna leh lau huai na in ei tawh gam la non lo hi. Ih huang sung ah hong tung ta hi. Tua a hih man in, ih hun te mawk bei sak kei ni. Tu hun ciang ih mut mut hun hi non lo hi. Pasian hong piak lai, ih hu te, ih hun te, ih ni te man nei tak tak in zang ni. Ih lam khiat na, ih gam, ih leitang, khamtung lam, kawlgam aa ding, U.S. states 50 te aa ding, taih 6 te aa ding lungsim ki tuak tak in khanlawhna a tung na ding in, kha mangthang te aa ding thungen khawm ni. Pasian hong puak na leitang nin sak lo aa, sia sak lo aa, a puah pha te, siang sak ding te, thupha ih hih na ding in thungen khawm ni. Thungetna tawh Khazih gam phut ni.
Pasian hehpihna tawh, Pasian in sun 4 leh zan 4 hong gualzawh pih khin hi. Friday-Sunday, January 9-11, 2015, Rev. Dr. Dam Suan Mung (Sia Mung Tawng) in nitak sim thu hong hilh ding aa, Sia Tuang Pau tawh hong ki thuah ding uh hi.
Hih pen crusade hi lo aa, thungetna a hih man in, Far East (FEMC, 5150 E. 101st St. Tulsa, OK) biakinn ki sap hi. Hih pen pawlpi vai hi lo, organization khat aa ding bek hi lo. A ut khempeuh aa ding hi. January 5-16, 2014, zingsang nai 10 pan sun nai 3 dong thungetna om ding aa, nitak sim nai 7:30-10 P.M. biakpiakna om ding hi.
Zeisu min tawh kong sam uh hi. Topa thupha,
2 Chronicles 7:14 “If my people, who are called by my name,will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.”
“Wholehearted Prayer for the Perishing World”
Firstly, we greet you in the name of Jesus Christ. We give glory and thanks to the Lord for carrying us through 2014 and bringing us into 2015. There will be 12 days of prayer and praise from January 5-16.
The greatest weapon for believers is prayer. Because we love our own ethnic people, let us not hate other ethnicities. Because we love our people, let us not use weapons and warfare. If we love God and our people, then let us only use love and prayer. Those are the only things that will change us; it will not only make us better, but it will make our country better.
There are many different people that persecute Christians in order to gain control of the country for themselves. Although we do not have to shed one drop of blood or undergo any kind of physical persecution, there are all sorts of danger and harm around us.
Danger and harm are not far away from us anymore. It has now entered into our backyard. That is why we cannot waste our time anymore. It is no longer time to sleep! Let us wisely use the breath, the time, and the days that God has still granted to us. Let us pray in unity for revival and for the lost in the place from which we grew up, in our country, in our land, in our villages, in Burma, in the 50 states of the U.S., and in the 6 continents. Let us pray that we would not be people that make the land God has brought us to dirty, that we would not destroy the land, but rather that we would be citizens that restore, cleanse, and bless our land. Let us build the Kingdom of God through prayer.
By the grace of God, the Lord has brought us through 4 days and nights. This Friday-Sunday, January 9-11, 2015, Rev. Dr. Dam Suan Mung (Sia Mung Tawng) will be preaching each night and he will be teaming up with Sia Tuang Pau.
This is not a crusade, but rather prayer, so we have rented Far East’s church (FEMC, 5150 E. 101st St. Tulsa, OK). This is not associated with any particular church nor is it for only one organization. This is for everyone. It is from January 5-16, 2015, prayer from 10 A.M.-3 P.M., and service each night from 7:30-10 P.M.
We invite you in Jesus Name. God bless you,