Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Laodikei Lehkhathawn An Hmu-Chhuak Emni?

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1. THUHMAHRUAI
British Museum-ah khuan “Laodikei Khuaa Mite Hnena Tirhkoh Paula Lehkhathawn(Laodikei Lehkhathawn) ni-awma an sawi, Lehkhathawn hlui tawh tak a awm a. He Lehkhathawn hian Châng 20 (Châng 19 nia sawi pawh an awm) a nei a, Ephesi Khuaa Mite Hnena Tirhkoh Paula Lehkhathawn nen a in-ang êm êm a, in-ang lo châng 2 chiah a awm. He Lehkhathawn hi “the Harleian MSS., Cod. 1212” an tih zinga mi kha a ni.

Laodikei khua leh Kolossa khua-te hi mêl 15 leka inhlatah an awm a. Laodikei, Kolossa leh Hierapoli khua-te hi Tirhkoh Paula Rawngbawlna aţanga piangthar Epaphra’n Kohhran a din te an ni a, Lycus lui kam tuaka khawpui awm an ni. Kan thu khel mêk “Laodikei Khuaa Mite Hnena Tirhkoh Paula Lehkhathawn” tih hi a sei teh duah êm a, a tawi zawngin “Laodikei Lehkhathawn” tiin kan sawi zel tawh mai ang.

Kolossa Khuaa Mite Hnena Lehkhathawn-a kan hmuh ang hian, amah Tirhkoh Paula ngeiin, “He Lehkhathawn hi in zinga in chhiar hnu-in Laodikei kohhranho zingah pawh chhiartir ve rawh u; nangni pawhin Laodikei khuaa mi kha lo chhiar ve bawk ang che u“ (Kol.4:16) a tih avangin, Laodikei Khuaa Mite Hnena Lehkhathawn hi a awm ngei a ni tih hi rinhlelh rual a ni lova. Hmuhchhuah erawh ala ni rih lo thung a ni.

He Lehkhathawn hmuchhuah loh hian mi tam tam rilru a luah a, “Khawiah nge he Lehkhathawn bo hi a awm?” tih hi zawhna awm reng leh zawh âwm tak a ni reng a. Ţhenkhat chuan, Bible bu dang leh Lehkhathawn dang bo te pawh a awm nual anga a lan avang hian, chungte chu hmuhchhuah tawh (The Lost Books of the Bible Found) ang te-in an tlâng than tir ţhin bawk a. Chuvangin, hetiang lam hawi hi thuchiang tak hriat hi thil ţul tak a nih avangin chhui kan tum dawn a ni.   

Monday, December 8, 2014

For Unto Us A Child Is Born (Isaiah 9:1-7)

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Introduction
In Isaiah 9:1-7 the Prophet spoke of the coming Deliverer who will effect the changes in the nation of which the prophet had been speaking. The Messiah's coming will lead the nation into joy and prosperity, which had been lacking for years. His coming will fulfill the promises to Abraham and David about the prosperous kingdom. The "child" motif again is evident (v. 6; cf. 7:14-16; 8:1-4,18). The Child will grow up to be the Deliverer (9:7), not a sign (8:18) of deliverance but the Deliverer Himself. He will effect the changes necessary for prosperity and spirituality to come to the nation.

Isaiah 9:1 predicts that a time will come when gloom and darkness (8:22) will be a thing of the past. The gloom on the northern section of Israel came because of discipline. God humbled... Zebulun and... Naphtali for a while. Though Isaiah was probably using these two tribal names to represent the Northern Kingdom, it is striking that Jesus' upbringing and early ministry was mostly in that very area near the Sea of Galilee. His presence certainly "honored" that area. In 732 B.C. this northern portion of Israel became an Assyrian province under Tiglath-Pileser III, thus humbling the people there and putting them in gloom. Under Gentile domination, that area was called Galilee of the Gentiles.

Monday, November 24, 2014

The Da Vinci Code Dâwt Sawi Hailanna- Part-2

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Kâr kal tâ-ah khân Part-1 ah, Dan Brown-a Dâwt Sawi lian tak tak 7 kan hailang tawh a. Vawiinah Point 13 dang kan Chhunzawm leh dawn a ni. Dan Brown-a hian Lal Isua leh Bible te, kan Thurin leh Judate, Protestant Kristian-te leh Roman Catholic-te nasa takin a bei a, a suasam-in, a sawichhia a. Chuvangin, Kohhran-te leh Lal Isua ringtu tawh phawt chuan kan ngaihthah mai mai tur a ni lova, Brown-an Lal Isua leh Bible a Sawichhiatna Thawnthu Bu “The Da Vinci Code” etc. pawh hi kan hnualsuatin, kan ngaisâng lo ngam tur a ni.

Pathianin a huat leh a ten êm êm pakhat chu, “DÂWT” hi a ni (Thuf.6:17). Setana pawh “DÂWT-PA” tiin Bible-in a koh/vuah hial a (John 8:44). Vanram kai lo tur list-ah “Dâwt ngaina leh Dâwt hmang”-te hi an tel bawk (Thup.22:15). Dan Brown-a pawh hian a hriat-chian loh-te chu “ka hre chiang lo” ti mai se, an sawi a hriat-te pawh chu, “an sawi ka hriat mai a ni” ti mai ngam bawk sela chuan, a tih-sualna vak a awm lo tur. Hrechiang lutuk ang hrim leh thudik tak sawi ang maia, “all descriptions of artwork, architecture, documents, and secret rituals in this novel are accurate” tia a thuziak leh thulâkna hnâr a sawi rinawm tâ hian Dâwt a sawitir ta vak mai a ni, a pawi hle. A thui deuh hlek a, taima taka chhiar turin ka ngen a che u.

Thuvawn atâna kan neih reng tur chu – Tirhkoh Paul sawi angin, “Tuman ţawng kam thiamin an bum loh nân che u, chung chu ka ti a ni. Fimkhur rawh u, chutilochuan tupawhin Krista thu ang ni lovin, mihring thu rochhiah leh khawvel A Aw B ang zawkin an thu fing leh Bumna mai maiin râl lâkin an la dah ang che u” (Kol.2:4, 8), tih hi a ni.  

Saturday, November 22, 2014

The Da Vinci Code, Angels & Demons and The Lost Symbol : 50 Factual Errors

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Dan Brown, author of The Da Vinci Code and The Lost Symbol, says that his books, while fictional, are grounded in fact. We look at 50 of his claims.

The Da Vinci Code, his previous bestseller, began in a similar fashion, "All descriptions of artwork, architecture, documents, and secret rituals in this novel are accurate", Brown says before the prologue.

So is that true? We take a look at 50 of Brown's more contentious points in the two novels and a third, Angels and Demons, his previous work also starring Harvard Symbologist Robert Langdon. This represents our best attempt to find the facts behind Brown's stories. If you disagree with any of them, or if you have any more information, please add your thoughts in the comment box below. 

Some are major, some are minor. They are divided, somewhat arbitrarily, into categories of "History", "Geography", "Science", "Symbols, Religion and Mythology", "Language" and "Miscellany".

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

The Da Vinci Code Dâwt Sawi Hailanna - Part-1

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THUHMAHRUAI
Lal Isua’n “Êng fate aiin he khawvêl fate hi an tûnlai kawngah chuan an fing zawk” (Lk.16:8) tia a lo sawi tawh angin, he Dan Brown-a Ngaihruat Lasi Thawnthu Phuahchawp “The Da Vinci Code” hi Kum 2003 khân chhuah (published) a ni chauhva, tunah hian khawvelah 40 million copies an hralh dêr tawh a, ţawng hrang 40 chuangin an letling tawh. Lal Isua ringlote hian Lal Isua chanchin a chhe thei ang bera ziakna thehdarh leh sawidarh dân chu an thiam hle tih a lang chiang khawp mai.

Dan Brown-a hi Zirna lamah chuan graduate ve hrâm a ni. A Thawnthu Bu ziaknaah hian Research pakhat mah nei lova The Da Vinci Code kha ziak a nihzia May 25, 2003 khân CNN hmaa interview-naah a sawi chhuak a. Kum 2006 khân The Da Vinci Code chu Mi ziak-tawh-sa ama ziak niawm taka a insawi avangin “Plagarism Case”-in Court-ah an khing a. Chuta a inpuanna chu, “Hun ka neih tam loh avangin The Da Vinci Code pawh hi ka la chhiar-chhuak lo hrim hrim a. Ka nupui Blythe Brown ziak a tam zawk a. Email-in a kaih-tawi (summary) min rawn thawn ve ţhin chauh zawk a ni” a ti ta a nih kha!!!  

The Da Vinci Code - 104 List of Errors & Facts

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A Chapter-by-Chapter guide to what's true, what's false, and what might be true in The Da Vinci Code. Click links for references and further information. The claims of the book are listed in the order in which they appear. The list isn't completely exhaustive, but covers virtually all claims of interest.

The Last Supper was thoroughly restored in 1954, revealing more details. 

Friday, November 14, 2014

The Lost Gospel, The Last Temptation Of Christ & The Da Vinci Code-Te Dâwt Sawi Hailanna

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Thuhmahruai
The Lost Gospel (Fiction written around 500 A.D.), leh The Last Temptation of Christ (Adapted from the Lost Gospel Fiction written by Nikos Kazantzakis & Film Director Martin Scorses), leh The Da Vinci Code (Fiction written by Dan Brown) te hi Ngaihruat Lasi Thawnthu Phuahchawp leh Zirtirna Dik Lo (Fiction & Heretical Teachings) an ni a, Lal Isua leh Kristianna Dotute an ni. An Thu kalpui dân & Suk-thlek dân (Theology) leh Thiltum (Motives) a In-ang vek. Dâwt-thu leh Rinthu bâk sawi tur an nei lova, Thu Belhchian dawl lo leh Chhui-chian dawl lo thu an theh-darh a ni, tih i hria ang u. 

He Thu Dik Lo leh Zirtirna Dik Lo hi Prof. Barrie Wilson leh Writer Simcha Jacobovic-te chuan, British Library thir pindan (vaults) chhunga kutziak lehkha (manuscript), hlui tawh tak kum 1500 vel zeta upa chu British Library-ah hmu-in, Thudik ang takin an Thehdarh a, Lal Isua kha Mary Magdalene-i nen inneiin Fa 2 (4?) an nei a, Nula Thianghlim Mary kha Isua nu ni lovin a nupui zawk a ni, an ti a ni.

Proof or Evidence Ţha tak Supporter Pakhat mah an nei lo. Kristianna (Christianity) leh Lal Isua Sawichhiatna atâna Ngaihruat Lasi Thawnthu Phuahchawp (Fiction/Fairy Tale) a ni a, Legend pawh a ni pha lo, tih i hre reng bawk ang u. The Lost Gospel leh The Temptation of Christ leh The Da Vinci Code te hi Unau Pianghmun, Chhul-khat chhuak an ni a, an Thu-vuak thlak chu a in-ang vek a, Lal Isua leh Kristianna Dona a ni. A hnuaiah hian an Thu-ken leh Zirtirna-te tlêm a zawng ka rawn tarlang e:-

The Last Temptation of Christ Denied (The Lost Gospel/The Da Vinci Code)

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Note from Webamateur: This is the text of a book produced at the time of the release of Martin Scorsese film, "The Last Temptation Of Christ." By the time the book was written, the controversy regarding the film had died down, so the publisher decided not to publish the book. The footnotes are missing from this online edition. I hope to restore them at some time in the future. I have, however, left in what would have been the index for your reading enjoyment.

Introduction
Battle lines have been drawn between the fanatical fundamentalists and the blasphemous secular humanists. The Last Temptation of Christ is the gauntlet, thrown by the secular entertainment industry, and kicked back by the pious clerical community. Nobody is willing to give an inch now, and with charges of heresy and counter-charges of censorship, both sides are characterized as bigoted troublemakers.

What happened? How could things get this bad? Who's wrong? Is anybody right? And most importantly, what does The Last Temptation of Christ say about our Christianity and our society?

The Last Temptation of Christ is not an anomaly. It is a symptom of disease in both the Church and secular society. What is unusual is the amount of publicity generated around the fervency of Christian protest and the adamant refusal of Universal to respect religious belief.

The Real Reason Behind the Film "The Last Temptation of Christ"

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Dear Christian Friend:
The controversy about the film, "The Last Temptation of Christ" has promoted speculation concerning the motive behind this blasphemy. The usual answer is that a "non-Christian group of film makers" is defying Christian America, because of greed.

Consider These Facts:
Although the original author of "The Last Temptation of Christ," Nikos Kazanitsakis, was Greek, the two most powerful figures behind this movie, Lew Wasserman, president of MCA (owner of Universal Studios, which produced the film) and Sidney Sheinberg, president of MCA, are Jewish. Gary Goldstein, head of national promotion and field operations for MCA, is also Jewish.

Does such Jewish promotion of this anti-Christian film imply a "Jewish conspiracy" to defame Christ?

Mary Magdalene in The Last Temptation of Christ (The Lost Gospel/The Da Vinci Code)

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In The Last Temptation of Christ (1988), Martin Scorsese tells a controversial story of a Jesus (played by Willem Dafoe) who struggles to follow his destiny: is he fully God or fully human? His companion Mary Magdalene wants him to “be a real man.”

Scorsese creates a character out of several unrelated biblical women, relying more on the novel by Kazantzakis than on historical research about Mary Magdalene.

1. For example, he draws on the Samaritan woman who has multiple husbands (John 4) and presents Mary as prostitute who is naked, unveiled, and

2. Mary was Covered with Tattoos,

3. Having sex with a series of men while others, including Jesus, watch;

4. She has become a Prostitute because Jesus refused to marry her.

Thursday, November 13, 2014

A Wedding That Will Move You - Rowden & Leizel

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'It was like a heartbreaking fairytale': Emotional moment cancer patient weds his true love in hospital ceremony before dying just 10 hours later

A 29-year-old cancer patient married the love of his life in an emotional ceremony at a Philippines hospital, just hours before dying.

Rowden Go Pangcoga had been busy planning his dream wedding to Leizl for July, when stage 4 liver cancer was diagnosed in May.

A video that captured the beautiful and heartbreaking ceremony earlier this month has quickly gone viral, with more than 4 million views since it was uploaded on June 18.

The wedding video was put on YouTube by Rowden's brother Hasset Go, who thanked staff at the Manila hospital for helping the family perform the wedding.

Hasset said his brother's dying wish had been to marry Leizl and, 'after 12 hours of preparations, his dream was fulfilled'.

Monday, November 10, 2014

Anti-Christ: Its Origin, Nationality, Character, Career, & Global Conquest

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1. Introduction
Biblical Prophecies clearly predict the rise of the Anti-Christ in the end times and more than 100 passages of Scripture describe the Anti-Christ’s Origin, Nationality, Character, Career, and Global Conquest. The term Anti-Christ may be applied both to an individual and to the system he represents.

Interestingly, the term Antichrist (Anti-Christos in the Greek) appears only in 1John 2:18-22, 4:3, 2John 7. The Apostle John uses it both in the Singular (the antichrist) and in the Plural (many anti-Christ). John indicates that his readers have already heard that the Antichrist is coming in the future. Then he surprises them by announcing that many antichrists have already come. He describes these lesser antichrists as liars who deny that Jesus is the Christ (2:22).

In this sense, an Antichrist is any False Teacher who denies the person and work of Jesus Christ. Such Teachers are truly anti (against) Christ. In 1John 4:1-3, John warns us to test the spirits to make sure they are from God. He warns that many false prophets (pseudo-prophetes in the Greek) have “gone out into the world.” These are the people who do not acknowledge that Jesus is from God. In this sense, John announces that the “spirit of the antichrist… is already in the world.”

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Doctor of Divinity (Honorary Doctorate) Hi Hmingbula Dah Chi A Ni Em?

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Kan Reverend/Doctor te Bihchianna
By Rev. Dr. L.R. Colney, Founder/President, Restoration India Mission, Odisha.

Mizo Christianna in Kum 100 hmel kan hmuh  ve meuh chuan, Pathian thu zir mi mithiam kan ngah ve ta hle mai. Duhsakna Degree (Honorary)  dawng pawh kan ngah ta hle mai bawk. A lawmawm viau lai hian tlem chu kan zir chian aţhat a rinawm ta.

Mizo zinga Honorary Doctorate degree nei te hian hmingbul (Formal Title) ah an dah deuh vek mai a. Zirchhuakte nen mipui te tan hriat hran an har ta hle mai. He ti nuai nuai a kan kal chuan a dik dawn leh pek lo. Rev. Dr. kan ngah tulh tulh anga kohhran hi a ho tulh tulh mai ang tih te pawh a hlauhawm ta.

Keini (Misual) Ho Bawk Hian Ching Chhuak Leh Teh Ang U
Honorary Degree kan tih mai hi Latin tawng HONORIS CAUSA atanga lokal a ni. Mi chung chuang bik khawtlang leh ram tan a contribution tha chungchuang te tan a ni. Chu mi ah chuan an hnathawh a field adang ang angin chawimawina an hlan dan pawh a dang thin. A tlangpui thuin heng ang degree hi hlan ani tlangpui.

Thursday, November 6, 2014

The Shroud of Turin And Its Significance For Biblical Studies

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Introduction (Abstract):
This essay addresses the four areas most commonly questioned in a study of the Shroud of Turin: its history, its relationship with the NT descriptions of Jewish burial techniques, correlations with the person of Jesus, and any possible evidence for his resurrection. Evangelical critics usually concentrate on the NT data related to Jesus’ burial: the author therefore gives special attention to this area.

There is little question that the Shroud of Turin has occasioned much recent interest in evangelical and non-evangelical circles alike. My own interest in this subject was aroused years ago by my studies on the apologetic value of Jesus’ resurrection. Because of these studies it has been my privilege both to do research with some of the scientists who investigated the shroud in October 1978 and to have recently co-authored a manuscript along with the official spokesman for these scientists. My chief area of research has been the philosophical questions surrounding the shroud and any possible evidence for the resurrection of Jesus in particular.

These opportunities have given me a different perspective from which to view the Shroud. Most reports concerning the scientific investigation have been based on news releases and on other incomplete (and often incorrect) data. As a result many articles have appeared, both pro and con, but based on these or other more superficial sources. Especially distressing are some evangelical critiques based on partial information. The major reason why such reports are based on largely incomplete data is simply stated: The final report of the scientists and much of the other material has not been released yet. One cannot refute what one does not know. But the most crucial data concerning the research has not been made public and therefore such critiques are quite incomplete.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Lal Isua Dik Lo Taka Thiamloh Chantir A Ni

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1. Thuhmahruai
Bible Scholar-ten an chhût dânin, Lal Isua chungthu ngaihtuah a nih chhung hi darkâr 8 aiin a tam thei lo niin an ngai a. Juda rorel pawl Sanhedrin-in misual (thihna khawpa sual ti) an man chungthu chu ni 2 chhung tal ţawngţaina nen an ngaihtuah tur a nih laiin, Lal Isua chungthu erawhchu ni 1 pawh tling lovah rorelna an zo fel vek a, an tihlum hman der tawh thung a ni.

Tin, Lal Isua thiamloh an chantir theihna tura ro an relsak dân zawng zawng te kha Juda dân leh Sanhedrin dân dinglai kalh vek a ni bawk. Tin, Puithiam Lalber hnena hruai a nih hmâ-in, Ana (Puithiam Lalber hlui) hnenah hruai hmasak phawt a ni a (John 18:12-24), hei hian awmzia a nei hle. Puithiam Lalber nilai mêk Kaiapha aia ngaih pawimawh zawk an nei tih a chiang bawk. Mahse, hei pawh hian an rorelna fair lohzia a târlang tel leh bawk a ni.

Lal Isua khân rorelna chi 2– Judate (sakhaw lam) leh Rom (Sorkar/khawvel lam) rorelna a hmachhawn ve ve a. Thil mak tak chu, Khawvel Court (Rom Sorkar/Pilata) chuan Lal Isua kha a sualna a hmuh loh avangin thiam a chantir a, Sakhaw Court (Juda Puithiamte/Sanhedrin) chuan a sualna an hmu lo chungin thiam loh an chantir ta thung a ni!!! Sanhedrin-te hian mi tihhlum theihna dân an neih si loh avangin (John 18:31) Rom Sorkar remtihna leh pawmpuina hmangin Lal Isua chu tihhlum turin an buatsaih ta a. Rom Sorkar tân chuan Juda mi, anmahni ngeiin tihhlum an remtih chu thil lawmawm tawpkhawk a ni mai a, a chhan chu Juda mihring an tlêm poh leh Rom Sorkar tân chuan thunun an awl ting mai dawn a ni.

Tichuan, Juda sakhaw dân phuahchawp leh Rom sorkar dân ţangrual leh Mob-rule hmangin, a sualna hmu si lovin, “Circumstantial Evidence” ringawt hmangin Lal Isua, Mifel, Sualna nei lo kha thiamloh an chantir a, Kross-ah an khengbet a, an tihlum ta a ni!!!

Friday, October 31, 2014

Israel and Gaza: Prophecy and History of Jewish Settlement In Gaza Strip

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1. History of Gaza in Biblical Time
Gaza first appears in the Tanach as a Philistine city, the site of Samson's dramatic death. Jews finally conquered it in the Hasmonean era, and continued to live there. Notable residents include Dunash Ibn Labrat, and Nathan of Gaza, advisor to false messiah Shabtai Zvi. Gaza is within the boundaries of Shevet Yehuda in Biblical Israel (see Genesis 15, Joshua 15:47, Kings 15:47 and Judges 1:18) and therefore some have argued that there is a Halachic requirement to live in this land.

2. What Exactly Is The Gaza Strip?
The Gaza Strip is a roughly rectangular territory surrounding the city of Gaza, wedged between the Mediterranean Sea and Israel. To the southwest, it shares a seven-mileborder with Egypt. The region has a long history of occupation—by the ancient Egyptians, the Philistines, the Arabs, the Christian Crusaders, and the Ottomans. AfterWorld War I, the Gaza area became part of the British Mandate of Palestine, and it was occupied by Egypt in 1948, in the aftermath of the first Arab-Israeli war. Israel took control of the region during the Six-Day War in 1967, along with the West Bank, eastern Jerusalem, the Golan Heights, and the Sinai Peninsula.

In 1994, Israel withdrew from parts of the Gaza Strip as part of its obligations under the Oslo Accords (which also affirmed the rights of the Palestinians to self-government). The Palestinian National Authority and Israel shared power in the Gaza Strip for the next 10 years, with the PNA administering civilian control and the Israelis overseeing military affairs as well as the borders, airspace, and remaining Israeli settlements.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Four Views of the Book of Revelation

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The Debate
One of the most intriguing books of the Bible is the book of Revelation. The imagery of the cosmic battle in heaven and on earth makes it a fascinating book to study. However, much debate surrounds the proper interpretation of this apocalyptic work. Is this book a prophecy of future events yet to take place, or have the prophecies of this book been fulfilled?

Two popular authors highlight the debate that continues in our present time. In his hit series Left Behind, Tim LaHaye writes a fictional account based on his theological position that the events of Revelation will occur in the future. Popular radio talk show host Hank Hanegraaff responded by attacking the theology of LaHaye.

In his book The Apocalypse Code, Hanegraaff asserts that the events of Revelation were largely fulfilled in AD 70 with the fall of the Jerusalem Temple. He criticizes theologians like LaHaye for taking a hyper-literal approach to Revelation.{1} The debate has raised some confusion among Christians as to why there is such a debate and how we should interpret the book of Revelation.

The issues at the core of the debate between Hanegraaff and LaHaye are not new. Throughout church history, there have been four different views regarding the book of Revelation: Idealist, Preterist, Historicist, and Futurist. The Idealist view teaches that Revelation describes in symbolic language the battle throughout the ages between God and Satan and good against evil. The Preterist view teaches that the events recorded in the book of Revelation were largely fulfilled in AD 70 with the fall of the Jerusalem Temple.

Monday, October 27, 2014

Famous Rapture Watchers!

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The following 77 Quotes (a couple more have been added) were first circulated in a little-known, Non-Copyrighted Paper of Dave MacPherson in the 1970's. While noting how Rev. 3:10 has been interpreted by the Greatest Greek Experts, can you determine the rapture view of each of the leaders herein?

1. Barnabas (AD 40-100):

"The final stumbling-block (or source of danger) approaches...for the whole [past] time of your faith will profit you nothing, unless now in this wicked time we also withstand coming sources of danger....That the Black One [Antichrist] may find no means of entrance..." (Epistle of Barnabas, 4).

2. Clement of Rome (AD 40-100):
"...the Scripture also bears witness, saying, 'Speedily will He come, and will not tarry'; and, 'The Lord shall suddenly come [Matthew 24:30 coming] to His temple, even the Holy One, for whom ye look'" (I Clement, 23).

3. Hermas (AD 40-140):
"Those, therefore, who continue steadfast, and are put through the fire [of the Great Tribulation that is yet to come], will be purified by means of it....Wherefore cease not speaking these things into the ears of the saints..." (The Pastor of Hermas, Vision 4).

Friday, October 24, 2014

Isua Thlahtu Davida Hi Tu Davida Ber Kha Nge?

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1. Thuhmahruai
Matthaia 1:6-ah, “Jesaian Lal Davida a hring a. Tin, Davidan Uria nupui lakah Solomona a hring a” a tih laiin, Luka 3:31-ah chuan, “chu mi chu Melea fa a ni a, chu mi chu Menna fa a ni a, chu mi chu Mattatha fa a ni a, chu mi chu Nathana fa a ni a, chu mi chu Davida fa a ni a” a tih leh daih si a! Lal Isua thlahtu hi tu Davida ber nge ni ta? Solomona-pa Davida nge, Nathana-pa Davida zawk hi?

2. Matthaia Leh Dr. Luka Chhui Dân A In-Ang Lo
Matthaia leh Dr. Luka hian Lal Isua thlahtute an chhui dân hi a in ang lova. Matthaia hian Isua hi a pa Josefa lam aţangin a chhui a, Dr. Luka hian Isua nu Mari lam aţangin a chhui ve thung a. Amaherawhchu, Lal Davida-ah ve ve an chhui lut a ni. Chip-chiar deuh zawkin lo en zui ila.

2.1. Matthaia Chhui Dân
Matthaia hian Lal Isua chu a pa Josefa kaltlangin a thlahtute a chhui a, Lal Davida’n Bethsebi laka a hrin Lal Solomona-ah a chhui lut a ni (cf. 1:11-16, 1 Chro.3:5). Josefa hi Davida fapa Solomona thlah kal zel a ni. Matthaia hian Lal Isua thlahtute chungchang a chhui-naah a fimkhur hle a, hetiang hian a ziak kan hmu a, “Jakoban Josefa, Mari pasal chu a hring a; chu mi Mari lakah chuan Isua, Krista an tih hi, a lo piang ta a” tiin (1:16).

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

How To Recognize Dead Faith

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1. Introduction
If you believe that good works saves you or even helps you to be saved, you will never have assurance of your salvation.  What if someone were to ask, “Are you saved?” If good works saves you, how would you know if you had done enough to be saved? But, you say, “I pray and read my Bible every day.” Or “I’ve preached for years.” Or “I pay my tithe at least most of the timer! I sure hope I am saved!” If you depend upon works, you’ll never be able to say, “I know that I know that I know I’m saved.” There will always be a question.

Martin Luther, that brilliant and committed young monk, was doing his best to be saved. He kept going up and down those steps, praying many prayers. All of a sudden God burned the truth of Rom.1:17 into his heart. It says, “For in the gospel a righteousness from God is revealed, a righteousness that is by faith from first to last, just as it is written: ‘The Righteous will live by faith.’” From that blazing experience, the Reformation was born!

2. Paul and James Talks About Faith
Having said that, let’s look at James 2:14-16, “What good is it, my brothers, if a man claims to have faith but has no deeds? Can such faith save him? Suppose a brother or sister is without clothes and daily food. If one of you says to him, “Go, I wish you well; keep warm and well fed,” but does nothing about his physical needs, what good is it?”

When you compare Paul’s words in Ephesians 2:8-10, these two Scriptures seem in contradiction. He says, “For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this not from yourselves, it is the gift of God— not by works, so that no one can boast. For we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” But they are not, and here’s the key: 

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Lal Isua Thlêmna Tawh Dân Record Hi Ava In-Ang Lo Ve???

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1. Thuhmahruai
Matthaia 4:4-5 leh Luka 4:5-12-ah Lal Isua thlêma a awm thu kan hmu a. Thlêmna a tawh chhoh dân indawt (order of temptation)-ah hian, Matthaia chuan Biak In chhip aţanga zuangthla tura Thlêmna 2-na, Khawvel lalram Thlêmna 3-na angin a record a. Dr. Luka thung chuan, Khawvel lalram Thlêmna 2-na, Biak In chhip aţanga zuangthla tura Thlêmna 3-na angin a record thung si!? Engtia sawi rem tur nge ni ang?

2. Matthaia Leh Dr. Luka Record Dân A In-Ang Lo
A chunga Bible châng kan sawifiah tur ang chi khi hmun dangah pawh a awm nual a. Theipui kung hauhlum chungchang (Mt.21:18-19, Mk.11:12-21) leh Rawngbawlnaa Tiang ken chungchang (Mk.6:8, Mt.10:10, Lk.9:30) te pawh he thu nen hian case in-ang an ni. Nakina kan la sawi tur tho a nih avangin dah ţha rih mai ila. Helai Bible thu-ah hian inkalh emaw, dik lo emaw a awm lo tih erawhchu hre hmasa ber ila. Bible bu hrang hrangte hi a Ziaktu an hrang ang bawkin, an Ziak dân kalhmang leh an Ziak duh dân-te, an uar duh lai-te a hrang vek a ni tih hre reng ila.


Monday, October 20, 2014

Lessons From King David {My Meditation}

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1. Key Verses 
“For you are indeed God, and your words are truth; and you have promised me these good things, so do as you have promised! Blessed me and my family forever! May our dynasty continue on and on before you, Lord God, have promised it” (2Sam.7:28-29. 1Sam 16- 1Kings 2. Amos 6:5, Mat.1:1, 22:43-45, Luke 1:32, Acts 13:22, Rom. 1:3, Heb.11:32).

2. What Do We See in David's Life?
When we think of David, we think– Shepherd, Poet, Soldier, Giant-killer, King, Ancestor of Jesus, in short, one of the greatest men in the Old Testament. But alongside that list stands another- Betrayer, Liar, Adulterer and Murderer. The first list gives qualities we all might like to have; the second qualities that might be true of any one of us.

The Bible makes no effort to hide David’s failures. Yet he is remembered and respected for his godliness. Knowing how much more we share in David’s failures than in his greatness, we should be curious to find out what made God refer to David as a man after His own heart or who would obey him (Acts 13:22, 1Sam.13:14).

Saturday, October 18, 2014

I Wish We'd All Been Ready

"I Wish We'd All Been Ready" is Track #2 on the DC Talk Album Intermission: The Greatest Hits. It was Written by Larry Norman. From Intermission: The Greatest Hits Published by Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing.

Life was filled with guns and war
And all of us got trampled on the floor
I wish we'd all been ready

The children died the days grew cold
A piece of bread could buy a bag of gold
I wish we'd all been ready

And there's no time to change your mind
The Son has come and you've been left behind

A man and wife asleep in bed
She hears a noise and turns her head he's gone
I wish we'd all been ready

Two men walking up a hill
One disappears and one's left standing still
I wish we'd all been ready

And there's no time to change your mind
The Son has come and you've been left behind

The Father spoke, the demons died
How could you have been so blind?

There's no time to change your mind
The Son has come and you've been left behind, (no!)
And there's no time to change your mind
The Son has come and you've been left behind

I hope we'll all be ready
(You've been left behind)
I hope we'll all be ready
(You've been left behind)
I hope we'll all be ready
(You've been left behind)

Friday, August 22, 2014

Tu Ber Nge Lal Isua Hmu Tura Lo Kal???


Matthaia 8:5-13-ah chuan Sipai za hotu ngei kha Lal Isua hmu tura lo kal a nih thu chiang takin a tarlang a. Lk.7:2-11-ah ve thung chuan,  Sipai za hotu-in Juda upate leh a ţhian-te a tirh thu a inziak leh si? Tu zawk leh Tu ber nge Lal Isua hmu tura lo kal? Hei bakah hian, Dam lo hi Matthaian ‘Naupang’ a tih laiin Dr. Luka chuan ‘Bawih’  a ti leh bawk si? A engnge dik zawk? He Bible chang 2-a thu-te hi an va inkalh nasa ve?

1. Thuhmahruai
Matthaia 8:5 kan chhiar chuan, “Tin, Kapernaum khuaa a luhin a hnenah Sipa za hotu a lo kal a…” tih kan hmu a. Luka 7:3, 6 kan chhiar thung chuan, “Tin, Kapernaum khuaah a lut a… tichuan, Isua chanchin a hriat veleh… a hnenah Juda upate a tir a…” tih kan hmu bawk si! A inziak chiang ang reng bawk si a, ngaihtuah chu a tithui duh hle reng a ni. Chuvangin, ţhenkhat chuan heng Bible changte hi inkalh anga ngaiin, Bible rinhlelh phah nan an hmang ta mai niin a lang. Amaherawhchu, heng Bible changte hi a inkalh lova, rinhlelh tur a awm lova, an inpuitawn ţha êm êm zawk a ni, tih hre hmasa phawt ila a ţha awm e.

Sipa za hotu bawih naupang Lal Isua’n a tihdam thu-ah hian thilthleng ropui tak tak leh Lal Isua thusawi ropui leh mak tak chhuizui tlâk a awm nual a. Mahse, chungte chu remchanga la sawi atan dah ţha rih mai ila, tun ţumah chuan kan buaina lai khi sawifiah tum ta zawk ila a ţha awm e. Matthaia leh Dr. Luka ten he Bawih naupang tihdam thu hi an ziak ve ve a, hei hi Kristian-te kan vanneihna a nih bâkah, an ziah duh dân kalhmang leh an ziak hunlaia mite (Judate leh Gentile-te) dinhmun pawh kan hrefiah lehzual thei ta bawk a, a lawmawm lehzual a ni.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Maundy Thursday 2014: Top 5 Interesting Facts to Know about Last Supper

Maundy Thursday 2014 marks the day when Jesus Christ instituted the Eucharist during the Last Supper. (Photo: Wiki Commons)
Maundy Thursday 2014 marks the day when Jesus Christ instituted the Eucharist during the Last Supper. (Photo: Wiki Commons)
Maundy Thursday aka Holy Thursday commemorates the day when Jesus Christ instituted the Eucharist during the Last Supper, an event that is described in the Holy Bible. The event, which is generally considered as the day to remember the Last Supper, also recalls the practice of ceremonial foot washing.

According to the Bible, Jesus washed his disciples' feet before the Last Supper as a sign of humility and love. The day, widely referred to as 'Holy Thursday', also commemorates those events that took place on the night before Jesus' crucifixion - known as 'Good Friday'.
It is the fifth day of Holy Week, and is preceded by Holy Wednesday and followed by Good Friday.

In celebration of Maundy Thursday 2014, let's take a look at some of the unique facts associated with this day and the Last Supper:

1.     The Eucharist is a Christian sacrament that involves consecrating (or making holy bread and wine). This is done in remembrance of Jesus when he gave his disciples bread, saying "this is my body",and wine, saying "this is my blood", according to the Bible.

2.     The term "Maundy" derives from the Latin word  mandatum, which means "commandment" or "a new mandate". It refers to Jesus' words after he washed his disciples' feet. He reportedly instructed them with a new commandment - to love one another as he loved them.

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Phantoma Puhna Chungchanga Pu Zoramthanga Ngaihdan

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Phantoma Puhna Chungchanga Pu Lalduhawma Ngaihdan

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Mizo Phantom Interview (14.3.2014)

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Phantoma Puhna Chungchangah Pu Lalthanhawla leh Pu R. Romawia Chhanna

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Pu Lal Than Hawla'n 'Mizo Phantom' Chungchang A Sawi

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EVM Rigging - K .Chhawnthuama Thupuanchhuah - 2 (Mizo)

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Saturday, April 5, 2014

EVM Tihchingpen Chungchanga K Chhawnthuama (Mizo Phantom) Inpuanna

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Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Let Him Kiss Me With The Kisses of His Mouth (Song of Songs 1:2)

“Let Him Kiss Me With The Kisses Of His Mouth” Song of Songs 1:2

The beginning of this book is abrupt, and may seem disorderly; but is very suitable to and usual in writings of this nature, wherein things are not related in an historical and exquisite order, but that which was first done is brought in as it were accidentally after many other passages; as we see in Homer, and Virgil, and in the Greek and Latin comedians.

These are the words of the spouse, as all acknowledge, wherein she breathed forth her passionate love to the Bridegroom, whom she doth not name, but only intimate by the pronoun relative him, which is here put without and for the antecedent, as (Psalm 87:1, 114. John 1:20) which manner of expression she used, because it was needless to name him, as being so well known to the person or persons to whom site speaks, and being the only person who was continually in her thoughts and speeches.

By kisses, which were the usual tokens of love and good will, she means nothing else but the communications and manifestations of his love and favor to her, as the following clause explains this; his graces and comforts breathed into her from the mouth and Spirit of Christ.

1. INTIMATE RELATIONSHIP & COMMUNION WITH CHRIST

1.1. Such as have the least taste of Christ's love, are impatient and restless in their desires after the nearest fellowship and communion with Him. The Church here desires Christ's manifestation in the flesh, that she might enjoy him in a Gospel-dispensation, and have sweeter discoveries of His favor: so in like manner the Church of the New Testament, who did enjoy all the privileges of the Gospel; yet she goes higher in her affections, and desires Christ's last coming, that so she might enjoy Him in that heavenly and everlasting communion, which the saints shall enjoy hereafter.

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

My Lover Is Mine And I Am His : Most Excellent Song Of All

Song of Songs 1:1. “Solomon’s Song of Songs”
The Song of Songs was composed by Solomon; but whether before his fall, or after his repentance, is not easy to determine, nor necessity to be known. The most excellent of all songs, whether composed by profane or sacred authors, by Solomon or by any other. So this Hebrew phrase is understood in other cases, as the holy of holies signifies the most holy; and the highest King is called King of kings; and there are multitudes of such instances, as hath been oft observed.

And so this might well be called, whether you consider the author of it, who was a great prince, and the wisest of all mortal men, the two Adams only excepted; or the subject of it, which is not Solomon, but a greater than Solomon, even Christ, and his marriage with the church, as hath been noted; or the matter of it, which is most lofty and mysterious, containing in it the greatest and noblest of all the mysteries contained either in the Old or the New Testament; most pious and pathetical, breathing forth the hottest flames of love between Christ and his people; most sweet, and comfortable, and useful to all that read it with serious and Christian eyes.

Sunday, February 9, 2014

My Lover Is Mine And I Am His : An Expository Of The Song Of Songs

Before I come to the explication of this book, some things must be premised concerning this book.

1. THE DIVINE INTENTION IS CLEAR
The Divine inspiration is so clear and certain, that, as Jewish writers note, none ever questioned it, although some doubted of some other of Solomon's writings. And the same arguments which prove the divinity of other books are found here, such as the quality of the penman, who was confessedly a man inspired by God; the excellency and usefulness of the matter; the sacred and sublime majesty of the style, and the singular efficacy of it upon the heats of sober and serious persons, who read it with due preparation; and those other characters which are commonly known, and therefore it is needless here to enumerate.

2. THE FORM OF BOOK IS DRAMATICAL
The form of this book is dramatical, wherein several parts or parcels of it are uttered by or in the name of several persons, which are chiefly four, the bridegroom and the bride, and the friends or companions of the one and of the other. Nor is it declared what or when each of them speaks, but that is secretly couched, and is left to the observation of the prudent reader, as is usual in writings of this nature.

Saturday, February 8, 2014

Remember The Past and Careful About The Future


FOOD FOR THOUGHT FROM  ISAIAH 48:1-22, AECS MORNING DEVOTION & BIBLE STUDY, FEB. 8, 2014 (SAT). ((Faculty & Students Present on the Prayer Ground 13 out of 170+)).

1. REMEMBER YOUR SINS & WICKEDNESS (vv.1-5)
Before returning to their homeland, the people are reminded of the sins that led the nation into captivity. They must not repeat former errors. They must Repent sincerely. The people’s chief failing was that they honored God with their words but not with their conduct (vv.1-2). Knowing their tendency towards idolatry, God gave his people advance revelations of his will, to prevent them from turning to idols for guidance. But they still stubbornly rejected his teaching (vv.3-5).

2. EARN MY TRUST, I AM WATCHING YOU CLOSELY (vv.6-15)
God once again tells them his plans in advance, namely, that he is going to lead them back to their land. But he makes the announcement at the last minute, as it were, for their previous history has shown that they cannot be trusted. God is not going to give them the chance to claim that idols have brought them this deliverance (vv.6-8).

Saturday, January 11, 2014

M.A. Nula A Ţul Tlat Mai! Tlat Mai A!


Hun Ava Tlêm Êm Ve Le!
Krismas Ni, December 25, 2013-a kan Inkhawm chu kan rei ang reng hle a, Dâr 3:00pm aţanga kan inkhawm chu Dâr 5:00pm ah kan bâng thei ţawk a. Refreshment tuihnai tak an buatsaih chu ei turin kan chhuak sang sang a. Dâr 7:00pm chu Ruai kil hun atana ruat a nih avangin, luhkhawm a, han zai leh nân hun chu a awm lo achha hi a ni ber mai. Tichuan, kan ti nek nek a, dâr 6:45pm ah chuan mi tlêm-te chauh la lut-khawm rih mahila, zai chu kan ţan ta hrâm a. Hla 3 vel ka sa hman  tih-ah chuan Receptionist a lo lut a, Lêngkhawm Hruaitu hnenah kalin a beng bulah thil a hril ru sa sa a. Ka rilru chuan, tawpna a siam tawh dawn ni maw, ka lo ti a. Mahse, hla a tawp chuan a rawn dingchhuak a, “Hei, ruai an la peih lo tlat mai a. Kan zai chhunzawm zel dawn nia. Fatu lam an inpeih hunah min rawn hrilh mai turah ngai ila…” a rawn ti ta daih mai a!

Kan Zai Tui Ta Phian! Mahse, Tawp A Ţul Ta Si!
Kan zai chho ta zel a. Pathian malsawmna changin kan zai tui ta phian mai a! A karah Thuchahtawi vawi 2 lai kan ngaithla hman bawk a. Zai kha kan kham lo tih a hriat hle. Kan Pastor-te leh Nu & pa lam chu an lâm chhuak ta nual a, Haleluia Amen! thawm pawh a ring ţan hle a. Chung zingah chuan Nula lian thelh-thawlh, hmel chhe vak lo, hmaifang ţha tak pakhat chu Chêtna chang engemaw zat zingah chuan a tel ve tih ka va hmu thei a. Dâr 7:40pm a ri ta! Receptionist kha a lo lang leh a, ruai an peih tawh thu chu kan Lêngkhawm Hruaitu hnenah chuan a rawn hrilh ru leh ta sa sa a. Tichuan, kham lo tak chungin Hruaitu chuan Pastor chu ţawngţai turin a sawm a. Lêngkhawm chu a ti tawp ta a ni.

Saturday, January 4, 2014

Zawi Te-in Ka Kal Dem Dem Tawh Ang

1. Thuhmahruai
November 30, 2013-a American Actor hmelţha leh lâr tak Paul Walker thihna chuan khawvel a ţhawng hle mai a. Entertainment khawvela tui mi leh inhnamhnawihte rilru a khawih-in, an tan chânna râpthlak tak a ni. Kha thihna râpthlak tak kha eng vanga thleng ta mai nge tih an chhui chian chuan Paul Walker ţhianpa Roger Rodas khan an chuanna Car (Porsche) kha a khalh chak lutuk a (at least 90-100 mp/h, 160 km/h), a thunun zo tawh lova kawngsira thing ding chu su-in a alh zui nghal a, a chuangte chu kâ pawh chhawn lovin a hmunah an thi nghal niin an sawi a ni. A tawi zawngin an tlân chak lutuk a, an fimkhur tawk lova accident râpthlak tak an tawk a ni.

Chhui mite chuan Lirthei (Car, Bike etc.) khalhtu, (amah felloh vang emaw, fimkhur tawk loh vang emaw ni lova) a tar-kun thlenga tawhsual (accident) tawk miah lova khalh thei-te chu, “mi fimkhur tawp, mi rintlak leh in-nghahna tlak an ni e” an ti! He zirchianna-in a tarlan duh ber chu, Lirthei hmanga chetsualnaah hian khalh chak lutuk ringawt hi chhiatna chhan ber a ni mai lova, a muang emaw, a chak emaw, fimkhur tawk lohna hi chhiatna chhan ber chu a ni zawk a ni, tih hi a ni.

2. Juda Lal Hezekia A Kal Fimkhur Tawk Lo
Juda Lal Hezekia hi Pathianin malsawmna leh hlawhtlinna nasa takin a vur a (2Lal.20:1-11. 2Chro.32:24-33, Isa.38:1-22). Pathian ropui nan leh Israel fate tan Thil ţha tam tak a ti a. Mahse, mite hriat lohvin a Chapo a, Pathian Duhdan kalh-in thil a ti tlat mai! Miten Hezekia sualna leh chapona hmu lo mahse, Pathian chuan thil inthup engkim a hmu tlang vek si! Pathianin a sualna chu hrêm lohvin a chhuah thei si lo! Lal Hezekia Sualna-te chu– (1). Chapona (v.27-30)– A thiltih ţhat-te a chhuang a, a chapo-pui. (2). A Hlawhtlinnaah Pathian a Theihnghilh (v.30)-  A thiltih engkima a hlawhtlinna chu Pathian pek a ni tih a theihnghilh a, ama tih theih ve reng-ah a ngai. (3). Babylon Lal hnenah Pathian Thiltihtheihna Thuruk a hrilh (v.31).

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