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Kei Ka Luat Cang – Esther VH Sung & Homecoming

February 27, 2017

Praise God for another song. The Holy Spirit came so that we can be free, and not freeze.

Powerpoint for worship – Kei Ka Luat Cang

Lyrics –
1. Biaceihnak ah ka dir Ka leiba hal dingah,
Hmanhseh ka ttih loh, Ka luat lai ka hngalh
Biakhiah caan a phan i, Luatnak thawngtha ka theih
Hell chung luatnak ticket Pek ka si cang pek ka si cang

CHO:
Thangthat, thangthat, Hallelujah
Sual cikcin chah piak ka si
Thangthat, thangthat, Hallelujah
Jesuh ka luatnak na si
Kei ka luat cang

2. Hnu lei ka kir lai lo, Ka nun hlun kal takin
Khrih ah mithar ka si, Kei ka luat cang
Lam bi ah kal hmanh ning, Ruahchannak in ka khat
Inn ka phanh tiang A ka-hruai lai ka hngalh,
Inn ka phanh tiang

Bridge:
(Tlanh ka si, Khrih thisen thawngin)x2
Kan luat cang, miluat kan si,
Kan luat cang, miluat kan si

v3. Vawlei a dongh tikah
Na inn cu a zungzal in a zungzal tiang Ka inn a si lai

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Jesuh Nih A Cham Dih – Emily Ngunhlei Sung & Homecoming

January 15, 2017

For the power point lyrics, download here – Jesuh nih a cham dih powerpoint
For mp3 –

Jesuh nih a cham dih

V1. Ka Bawipa aw ka theih,
Na zumhnak a der ngai
Ka zoh law thlacam ko,
Ka fa, na zeizong ka si

Cho: Jesuh nih a cham dih,Ka sual man vialte
(Sualnak in sen hmanh ning law,
Hrawhra bang a ka thianh) x2

V2. Bawipa, Kei ka hngalh cang,
Nangmah thawnnak lawng nih
Lung bang in a hakmi,
Thinlung hi na thlen khawh

V3. Bawi thutdan hmai dir in,
A sin ka phanh tikah
“Thisen tlanh mi ka si” ti’n,
Thangthat hla ka sa lai

Bridge:
(Aw, A min thiang cu ka thangthat lai
Thihnak in a ka thawh ter) x6 Continue Reading…

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Christmas Devotions

Dec 3 – O the unbelieving heart!

December 3, 2016

Luke 1:5-25; Malachi 4:5

I was watching the movie “Ben-Hur” the other night, and it amazed me how much I didn’t know about the world that Israelites lived in. The Jews were oppressed by the Roman government, and the cities were in turmoil. The Romans did whatever pleased them, and the sacred places were destroyed so that the Romans could entertained themselves. The Jews rebelled but none of them could prevail for centuries. Is there hope for the very nation of God to be free again? I think the movie Ben-Hur portrayed the lives of the Jews pretty well although the acting weren’t so great.

What is happening in Luke 1 is Zachariah, the High Priest speaking to the angel while he was in the temple. He and his wife Elizabeth could not have children, and it was considered a curse in the Israelite tradition. A son was promised to Zachariah, but it was different than what is promised to Mary. This son is the one who prepares the hearts of God’s people to be ready for the coming of the Lord. He is not the Lord, but he will greatly used so that people may see the Lord. Continue Reading…

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Dec 2 – You have found favor with God.

December 1, 2016

Luke 1:26-38; Isaiah 7:14

If Mary could have updated her tweeter status that night, she would have said:
“Has anyone given birth to a child whose name is salvation?”
“Did you guys hear anyone who has a baby while she is a virgin?!”
“I heard an angel talking… is he in town? did that happen to anyone else?”
“Elizabeth is 6th month pregnant if anyone is interested…i didn’t know.”
“I really love Joseph, but oh I love God more!”
“Behold, I am the servant of the Lord; let it be to me according to your word (Luke 1:38)”

Finding favor with someone can be such a sweet thing. I remember my high school math teacher, who was very kind to me. She was a good person in general, but I think I found her favor because I was new to the country, I had a hard time speaking English and also I worked very hard. Students in the class were a bit jealous of me and some were very understanding when I received 5 minutes extra time during exams. Continue Reading…

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Dec 1: The Light Shines in the Darkness.

November 30, 2016

I will be sharing my own short devotions from the 25 Days Christmas Devotional Readings here. I pray that this will make my Christmas more meaningful, and whosoever reading the devotions to experience the joy of Christ. Every year, I just waited for the day of December, but let me store up the Word in my heart until then to fill myself with the Spirit who began the first Christmas. This will help me be committed to read and also to write. Join me!c046db5cd574b125b858a7e68bff9427-0 c046db5cd574b125b858a7e68bff9427-1

John 1:1-18; Galatians 4:4-5; Deuteronomy 18:15-18

Gal. 4:4 But when the fullness of time had come, God sent forth his Son, born of woman, born under the law, to redeem those who were under the law, so that we might receive adoption as sons.

I have heard of parents who do adoptions. They have to travel far to a different country to discuss the adoption agreement that they may see the child and so that they may bring him/her home. It is amazing what Jesus Christ did for us. He came far; from the pure to the impure, from perfect to the imperfect, from the everlasting to death on the cross. Not just that we may go home with Him, but also that we may see and know our true God (John 1:18). Praise be to Him. Continue Reading…

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What would be our greatest success?

October 26, 2016

Man’s chief end is to glorify God, and to enjoy him forever.” – Westminster Catechism.

I have been reflecting on my ministry and my future, and it makes me wonder what I would call as the greatest achievement in my life. Yeah, I know it is a bit too early to think about life too seriously, but our deep reflection gives life its substance. Coming into ministry as a young student of life, I thought that the things that I would take to my death bed as my achievements would be to start revival in the youth, have great teaching series and being influential to the Chin youth. They sounded really good and they could be great motivations. After awhile, I realized that there is only one thing that is worth taking to my grave. Continue Reading…

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