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.

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