Saturday, January 31, 2009
Thursday, January 29, 2009
Wednesday, January 28, 2009
Monday, January 26, 2009
Gambar tu di ambi ku ari Nam ti lalu maya ku nganti kaban ku datai ngambi ku. Maya nyak ku meda anak raja, begembar, ku ngingat ke jaku Allah Taala ba bup Pemungkal (Genesis) ti madah ke sempekat (covenant) antara Noah enggau Allah Taala. Tu meh penyayau Allah Taala ke nembiak Iya ba dunya tu!!
Sunday, January 25, 2009
Friday, January 23, 2009
Yesus kekuatan di hidup ku. Tiap hari tiap masa ku sedar enti nadai Jesus nyadi pengering ku, enda nemu diri endur ku diatu. Taja ku lemi tang nunda ko St. Paul- when i am weak then i am strong!! Terima kasih Jesus ketegal semampai ngemata sereta meri pengering ke aku!!
Thursday, January 22, 2009
Wednesday, January 21, 2009
Jesus transforms the passover of the old covenant into the meal of the "new covenant in my blood" (Luke 22:20). In the Old Covenant bread and wine were offered in sacrifice as a sign of grateful acknowledgment to their Creator. Melchizedek’s offering of bread and wine, who was both priest and king (Genesis 14:18), prefigured the offering made by Jesus, our high priest and king. The unleavened bread at Passover and the miraculous manna in the desert are the pledge of God's faithfulness to his promises. The "cup of blessing" at the end of the Jewish passover meal points to the messianic expectation of the rebuilding of Jerusalem. Jesus gave a new and definitive meaning to the blessing of the bread and the cup when he instituted the "Lord's Supper" or "Eucharist". He speaks of the presence of his body and blood in this new meal. When at the Last Supper Jesus described his blood “poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins” (Matthew 26:28), he was explaining his coming crucifixion as a sacrifice for sins. His death on the cross fulfilled the sacrifice of the paschal lamb. That is why John the Baptist called him the “Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world.” Jesus made himself an offering and sacrifice, a gift that was truly pleasing to the Father. He “offered himself without blemish to God” (Hebrews 9:14) and “gave himself as a sacrifice to God” (Ephesians 5:2). This meal was a memorial of his death and resurrection.
Tuesday, January 20, 2009
What is the essence of being a Christian? It is certainly more than doctrine, precepts, and commandments. It is first and foremost a relationship – a relationship of trust, affection, commitment, loyalty, faithfulness, kindness, thoughtfulness, compassion, mercy, helpfulness, encouragement, support, strength, protection, and so many other qualities that bind persons together in mutual love and unity. God offers us the greatest of relationships - union of heart, mind, and spirit with himself, the very author and source of love (1 John 4:8,16). God's love never fails, never forgets, never compromises, never lies, never lets us down nor disappoints us. His love is consistent, unwavering, unconditional, and unstoppable. Nothing can deter him from ever leaving us, ignoring us, or treating us unkindly. He will love us no matter what. It is his nature to love. That is why he created us - to be united with him and to share in his love and unity (1 John 3:1). God is a trinity of persons - Father, Son, and Holy Spirit - and a community of love. That is why Jesus challenged his followers and even his own earthly family to recognize that God is the true source of all relationships. God wants all of our relationships to be rooted in his love.
Jesus is God's love incarnate - God's love made flesh (1 John 4:9-10) . That is why Jesus describes himself as the good shepherd who lays down his life for his sheep and the shepherd who seeks out the sheep who have strayed and lost their way. God is like the father who yearns for his prodigal son to return home and then throws a great party for him when he repents and comes back. Jesus offered up his life on the cross for our sake, so that we could be forgiven and restored to unity with God. It is through Jesus that we become the adopted children of God - his own sons and daughters. That is why Jesus told his disciples that they would have many new friends and family relationships in his kingdom. Whoever does the will of God is a friend of God and a member of his family.
Sunday, January 18, 2009
Tuesday, January 13, 2009
Sunday, January 11, 2009
Monday, January 5, 2009
Saturday, January 3, 2009
Taja kadang2 kitai ngasai ke pemerat tauka penusah pejalai nitih ke Allah Taala tang maya kitai ngasai kediri Allah Taala nganjung penyaup@penulung ngiring pejalai kitai! Maya kita suntuk teparuk senang lantang melikat penyaga semampai ba tisi kitai. Andal ke tu tau meri pengelantang dalam pejalai kitai tu!
Allah Taala sigi meri awak endur kitai belelak sereta betati ke penungga tuju jalai pengidup. Beterima kasih ke Allah Taala ketegal pengelantang lalu mega ke penusah di di asai kitai! Nyema kitai ulih pengelantang, maya penusah patut kita mega nerima enggau ati tebuka! Besembiang ukai deka di peda orang kudus tang mega ngaku sereta nyerah ke pejalai pengidup ngagai Allah Taala.
Ba Allah Taala semua kitai sebaka magang. Reti nyak enda milih indu tauka lelaki kitai tu anak Allah Taala magang! Sigi patut kitai meri puji basa ke Iya siko aja!