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Seconds to Disasterâ&#x20AC;? scream headlines of all newspapers in India today. An airplane packed with returning workers from Dubai crashed at the Mangalore airport in India on last Friday early morning. Out of 166 on board the plane, only 8 survived by jumping out of the plane as it burst into flames soon after falling into a valley after overshooting the runway. Imagine the sorrow of the families waiting to meet their loved ones coming back after several years. Think of the loss of life and property. It all happened all of a sudden when the fliers realized they had arrived in their motherland, when the plane just touched down. In seconds, they were all charred to death and no more! How do we respond to such tragedies in life? Life often does not turn out as one had hoped. So many stories are being recolleced on TV news about the crew some of whom just jined the Ariline to realize their dreams, etc. Youthful idealism has this glowing vision of the future, colored with radiant optimism. And then real life comes along! Tragedy may come in life, gutwrenching heartaches. Your marriage may fall apart. Or your teenage daughter comes home

Dealing with Tragedy

pregnant and the man has no desire to marry her! After years of faithful service, your employer calls you into his office to inform you that your time has come to leave. Or the doctor tells you quietly that your faithful wife has terminal cancer. And you go through the agony of seeing your beloved wife waste away and finally die. No, life is not always good to us. But how do we respond? We may become angry and bitter, angry at Muhaan Vol 8, Issue 2 Page 20


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God for allowing this to happen. With Job’s wife we may cry out, “Curse God and die!” (Job 2:9). We may enter into a deep valley of depression, drowning in the depths of self-pity. If we experience pain, suffering, anguish, anger, tears or sorrow because of sickness, an accident or financial trials, we should not blame God and think, “Why are You punishing me?” Sometimes He allows these things so we examine our lives. Sometimes God allows such things in our lives so that we will be blessed by the experience we go through, and be brought closer in our relationship with Him. Here’s a real story of how those whom God loved went through sickness and death and finally came out joyful and victorious even over death and grave! In John ch. 11, Lazarus, Mary and Martha were loved by the Lord Jesus Christ. Yet, Lazarus fell sick and when they informed the Lord Jesus, He delayed to respond. Here are five truths we need to help us through our suffering and sorrow. 1. God’s Glory. When the Lord Jesus heard about Lazarus’ sickness, He said: “This sickness will not end in death. No, it is for God’s glory...” (Jn.11:4). This was the real purpose of the sickness. So, death was not the final outcome of the sickness. It was an opportunity for Him to display His power and strengthen people’s belief in Him. 2. Tears. When tragedy strikes, there will be tears, much tears. We should Page 21 Muhaan Vol 8, Issue 2

not try to avoid grief, because it is not a sign of immaturity, weakness or lack of faith. Grief is very real. It hurts and should be expressed, not suppressed. Also, we should support those who grieve by sharing their feelings (Rom. 12:15). That’s what Jesus did. 3. Anger. Another response to suffering or tragedy is anger. Many people express anger toward God by saying like, “Why did You let this tragedy happen?” “And Why me only?” It is understandable. Lord Jesus was angry with death, with the grave and the consequences of sin that brought all this sorrow. Yes, we

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need to be angry with sin itself and all that it brings. Nothing good is served by being angry with God or ourselves or even others. It can lead to bitterness which is not healthy at all. 4. Truth. If you believe that God’s ways and workings toward us are motivated by love, no matter what the circumstance, then you can face anything in life. We cannot control what life brings, but we can control our reaction to what life brings. If you can’t react to the suffering and tragedy that comes into your life God’s way, it will drag you down and away from God. But if you give it to Him, saying, “Lord, show me what You want me to learn through this. Show me how can I be a better person, how can I be more like You.” Then your life will be far better. 5. Grace. We have a God who is so committed to ending suffering and death that He was willing to come into this world and suffer and die Himself. God knows what suffering is like. If you think that God does not care

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Man of My Own Heart

Dr. Hem Sagar Rasaily (Act 13:22) And when he had removed him, he raised up David to be their king; to whom also he bare witness and said, I have found David the son of Jesse, a man after My heart, who shall do all My will. What a commendation from God for David! God testified that "David the son of Jesse, a man after My heart, who will do all my will." 1965 Bible in Basic English says, David was- "a man dear to my heart". God rejected Saul as the king of Israel. He did not obey the orders of the LORD. The LORD was very angry at him. Saul did not find favor of God any more. He did not obey the instruction of God who made him the king of Israel. If a king is rejected then his kingdom is shaken. That kingdom will not last any longer. All things will be in a mess. Here God Himself came against King Saul and told the prophet Samuel that He had rejected Saul as king. Now Page 23 Muhaan Vol 8, Issue 2

the time has come for a change. God wanted a new king for Israel who would do all His will. The population of Israel was in the millions. There were many who qualified in fighting abilities, but God searched for a man with a good heart who would obey His will. He could find only a small boy whose name was David. This shepherd boy, the eighth son of Jesse, was not invited for the secret, anointing ceremony. David was called from herding the sheep only after the other seven sons of Jesse were rejected. (1 Samuel 16:12) So he (God) sent and made him (Samuel) come in. Now he (David) had red hair and beautiful eyes and pleasing looks. And the Lord said, Come, put the oil on him, for this is he. (1 Samuel 16:13) Then Samuel took the bottle of oil, and put the oil on him there among his brothers: and from that day the spirit of the Lord came on David with power. So Samuel went back to Ramah. Though God had rejected Saul as the king, He tolerated Saul for many years until David become a mature person, mighty in fighting skills, truly ready for a king. He had already been anointed as the king by Prophet Samuel; he became the amour bearer of King Saul. God always prepares a person for the desired task. David was not perfect. He also committed sins and made mistakes. But


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whenever he realized his mistakes, he confessed and reconciled with God. His heart was unique. His behavior was unique. His prayers were unique. Psalms 51:10 "Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me." God wants to see Christians, those called in Jesus’ name, doing all His will. This is not easy. A Christian must always desire to do God’s will. Let us examine whether we are liked by God or not? When God sees you is He pleased with you or does He reject you for not doing His will? Who do you want to become- David or Saul? The Lord will never use you if you are not ready. If you are not mature, God may wait for you many years as in the case of David. God has great patience. He is not a mere man. He will train you up and teach you His ways, statutes and will. God may scourge you during this process. Man sees the outward things, but God sees the heart. He knows if we are being obedient to His will. The Christian life is a learning process. Life is full of ups and downs; failures and success; lacks and fullness; good and bad; hurts and healings; hugs and embarrassments. King David

went through all these. We learn from all these situations. God will put stepping stones in front of you. Never give up! The Lord Jesus Christ wants you to climb the ladder of success, become victorious, and be more than a conqueror. (Romans 8:37) "No, in all these things we are more than conquerors through the one who loved us." We Christians are more privileged than King David and other Old Testament saints because we have fivefold ministers to teach us and equip us; Jesus’ dominion over the earth as Supreme King having the authority of Heaven and the Earth forever; The Holy Spirit as our Mentor, Teacher, Helper and Power. God has given privileges and authorities to us that are incomparable. We have numerous opportunities to please the Lord by doing His will. David was so dear to God because of his greatest wish to please the Lord. How about you? Do you want to hear God say about you, "A man after My heart, who will do all my will"? The writer is the Director of Logos Study Centre, Hyderabad.

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The Apostles- A Band of Assorted Young Men Introducing a series on Youth Ministry by Rev J.N.Manokaran.

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here was a consultation of human resources managers. They were examining the general qualifications managers look for in a person. Each one suggested one or more of their priority requirement they looked for. The list was something like this: mature, responsible, knowledgeable, skillful, teachable, committed, positive attitude, etc. Choosing people for a job is one of the more difficult tasks in the world. Lord Jesus chose the twelve How did Lord Jesus choose his disciples? Many times when seeking leadership roles in the church, young Page 25 Muhaan Vol 8, Issue 2

people are rejected on the basis that they are immature or irresponsible or have no experience. Jesus chose young men for his disciples. Except for Peter, all the eleven were yet unmarried. Gunter Krallmann writes that Simon Peter was the only married person among the disciples, the Jewish age of marriage being 18. Jesus himself addressed his disciples as “lads” (John 21:5).1 Jesus Christ in His earthly ministry chose disciples. The twelve were appointed as “Apostles.” The twelve followed him, learned from him, and were trained by him. After Christ’s resurrection and ascension, the twelve were sent out as witnesses and were commanded to make disciples of all nations.2 The original twelve disciples/ apostles are listed in the Gospel of Matthew.3 “These are the names of the twelve apostles: first, Simon


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(who is called Peter) and his brother Andrew; James son of Zebedee, and his brother John; Philip and Bartholomew; Thomas and Matthew the tax collector; James son of Alphaeus, and Thaddaeus; Simon the Zealot and Judas Iscariot, who betrayed Him.” The Bible also lists the twelve disciples/apostles in Mark 3:16-19 and Luke 6:13-16. A comparison of the three passages shows several minor differences in the names. It seems that Thaddaeus was also known as “Judas, son of James”4 and Lebbaeus.5 Simon the Zealot was also known as Simon the Canaanite. 6 Judas Iscariot, who betrayed Jesus, was replaced in the twelve apostles by Matthias.7 Background Lord Jesus Christ had disciples from various professional backgrounds. Among the twelve were fishermen, a tax collector, and a revolutionary with strong ideological leanings. Blue collar workers like the fishermen were among his chosen band. White collar workers like Matthew were also found in his band. It was mixed group of less educated and well educated young people. None of them were trained theologically in the school of rabbis. They did, however, excel in their professions. Bartholomew Nathanael, son of Talmai, lived in Cana of Galilee. Tradition says he was a missionary in Armenia. A number of scholars believe that he was the only disciple who came from royal blood, or noble birth. His name means Son of Tolmai or Talmai.8 Talmai was king of Geshur

Lord Jesus Christ had disciples from various professional backgrounds. Among the twelve were fishermen, a tax collector, and a revolutionary with strong ideological leanings. Blue collar workers like the fishermen were among his chosen band. White collar workers like Matthew were also found in his band. It was mixed group of less educated and well educated young people. None of them were trained theologically in the school of rabbis. They did, however, excel in their professions. whose daughter, Maacah, was the wife of David, mother of Absalom. Zealot means a follower of an ideology of extremism. Zealots were not afraid to use violence to overthrow the ruling establishment. Simon the Zealot was one among them who opted to become a disciple of Jesus Christ. The Zealots were fanatical Jewish nationalists who had heroic disregard for the suffering involved and the struggle for what they regarded as the purity of their faith. The Zealots were crazed with hatred for the Romans. It was this hate for Rome that destroyed the city of Jerusalem. Josephus says the Zealots were reckless persons, fervent in good practices and extravagant and reckless in the worst kind of actions. From this Muhaan Vol 8, Issue 2 Page 26


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background, we see that Simon was a fanatical nationalist, a man devoted to the Law of Moses, a man with bitter hatred for anyone who dared to compromise with Rome. The band of disciples Jesus recruited was from various backgrounds. They were from royal family, rebel ideology, blue-collared workers and whitecollared workers. Age When the Lord gave the Great Commission, it was to a band of youngsters, many of whom were in their twenties. Can we imagine having a bishop or senior pastor in his twenties in leadership today? It is estimated that John was about 30 years of age when he adopted Mary as his mother. In those times, sixteen years was considered full adult age. That means Lord Jesus recruited the disciples who were in mid-twenties or even less. Regions It is said that Judas came from Judah near Jericho. He was a Judean and the rest of the disciples were Galileans. He was the treasurer of the band and among the outspoken leaders. Promising bunch? The twelve disciples chosen by Jesus Christ was not a promising bunch of leaders by any standards. As in churches today, all of them would have been rejected for their inexperience, lack of spiritual maturity and reasonable age. Some would have been rejected in todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s terms Page 27 Muhaan Vol 8, Issue 2

because they were with a dangerous ideological or political group. Such people would be disqualified for life to take on a leadership role in the church. Some would have been rejected because they belonged to certain regions. There are divisions in the name of caste or gender or language or regions or rural/urban and many more. But the Lord Jesus recruited such a group of young people, motivated them, trained them and entrusted with them the task of globalization of this world with the Gospel. Amazing leader! And amazing assorted bunch of disciples!! Notes 1.

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Do you envision becoming of a Christian Educator? Do you have the passion to fulfill the Great Commission & the Great Commandment in your community? Do you wish to grow in the knowledge of God's Word nd build your life in it? Are you seeking a college that provides Biblically sound teaching in a highly sspiritual atmosphere? Are you prompted by God's calling?

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Maranatha Mission College can be a training venue for your life-career as Christian Leader, Educator and Community Mobilizer as we are offering Bachelor of Christian Education (BCEd.), Bachelor of Arts in Community Development (BACD) along with the Theological Studies in English medium. We are prayerfully persuing for an authentic degree under reputed university. We are looking for those student who are: -Born again Christian with Biblical characters -Educated with +2, and equivalent or above -Recommended by your local pastor, committed to serve back in your church and the educational sectors of your calling. -Able to shoulder your expences (i.e. tution and hostel fees, etc.) -Committed to enroll as a residential student for three years. Limited seats are available for admission. Write for your reservation with reachable contacts, and get entry into the admission process.

Write to the principal: Maranatha Mission College G.P.O. Box: 8975, E.P.C. 2014, Lalitpur, Nepal Ph.-012230274; 98410 82723, 97411 53802 Email: mmcnp_05@hotmail.com

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Bethesda Church Inauguration

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he inauguration service of Bethesda Church, Dehradun was organized on May 25, 2010. This was a historic occasion where a church building was erected for the first generation Christians. The inauguration service went on very well. About 300 people participated in the programme. The cultural programme If you all recollect this church which was running in a rented room just 50 meter away which was attacked by Hindu fundamentalist group on Nov 3, 2008. But Satan has not been successful in his scheme of things. The incident has strengthened the believers in their walk with the Lord.

was held by youth groups, programme by Sunday school kids etc. While host Pastor Hemant Gurung led the programme, Rev B.K. Dass did the opening prayer. The occasion was graced by prominent church leaders from town including, Rev. V.S.Bhandari, Director Agape, Dr. Satish John, Director, Himalayan Torchbearers, Rev. J.P. Singh, pastor, St. Johnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Church, Dr. Nicanor Tamang.

Ever since his graduation from Doon Bible College, Dehradun, Pastor Hemant Gurung has been involved in reaching out to people with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Inspite of all hardships and persecutions he faced in the past, he has remained firm in his commitment to the Lord. â&#x20AC;˘

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Just Released! Khristya Geetmala by Muhaan Publications, New Delhi

A tri-lingual [Nepali-HindiEnglish] song book with latest songs and choruses. Price Rs 80/ - per copy. Discounts available on bulk orders. Postage extra. Contact: Stephen Rai, E537, Greater Kailash II, New Delhi 110048, M.: 9971278899, T. 011 26643715, Email: Stephen.rai@gmail.com

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