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God"s work among the Karens.

God"s work among the Karens.

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Published by Sanders, Cones and Co. in [United Kingdom? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Missionaries.,
  • Spiritual life.

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    Pagination20 p. ;
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19102071M

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Full text of "Civilizing Mountain Men: Or, Sketches of Mission Work Among the Karens" See other formats. The missionary or official, to do effective work among such a people, needs a small army of interpreters at his heels.

THE KACHINS. The Kachins inhabit the extreme northern part of Burma, extending as far south as the Bhamo and Namkham districts, and east into China. The Kachins are own cousins to the Nagas of the adjacent hill tract of Assam.

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InDr. Ralph Olsen, a Cornell-educated retired chemistry professor from Montana State University, drafted a book-length manuscript in which he hypothesized (among other things) that the Karen people are not merely an interesting parallel to the people of the Book of Mormon, but are actually integral to the Book of Mormon story.

Y-wa, the only god of the Karens resemble Yahweh-Jehovah of the ancient Israelites. The golden lost book of the Karens is obviously the lost book of the Chinkukis, the Kachin, the Lahu, the Wa, the Shan, the Palaung, the Kui, the Lisu, the Naga, the Mizo, the Hani, the Akha (Kaw), the Hkamoks of Siam, the Miao, the Hmong, the Qiangs & even the Golden Plates of the.

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Book's structure/chapter-by-chapter summaryBorn: January 1,Iași, United Principalities. The issues are many – and complex. This book seeks to give some perspectives for the Karens and Marks and Rogers – and many others who genuinely want to be faithful to Jesus in all they do, yet struggle to know how to do this in their daily work.

They are representative of hundreds of Christians we have spoken with over the years. At the beginning of time, God gave a golden book to the white man, a silver book to a Burman or Thai, and a parchment book to the Karen.

While the white man treasured this book and learned from it—and similarly for the Burman or Thai with their silver book—the Karen went to work and left their book unattended. Read The House of Hades: The Heroes of Olympus, Book 4 reviews from parents on Common Sense Media.

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For instance, Mormons, an established Christian sect, also use the Book of Mormon, which they believe details other parts of Christian doctrine and Jesus' life that aren't included in the Bible.

“The story of a lost book is universal among the illiterate races of Burma. Just what is behind the tradition is impossible to say, but it may in the case of the Karens, at least, represent a faint echo of a higher form of civilization in days gone by than they now possess. The Kachin rendering of this Gods work among the Karens.

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In the beginning of the year the writer, with his wife, landed in Burma for missionary work. He was designated to the Red Karens, or Karenni tribe, then a practically unknown people.

Having acquired his missionary knowledge largely from Wayland's "Life of Dr. Judson," he settled down to a life work among the frontier tribes of Burma.

Prayers for healing can illustrate firsthand the incredible power of prayer. Through prayer for the sick and poor in health, we can find comfort in the most trying of times.

Use these prayers, and keep them in your heart so they can remind you of God’s nearness. The following prayers have been curated by pastors and clergy, while some come.

THE work of evangelizing the Karens of Burma has now gone on for two generations. Its successes have constituted a miracle in modern missions.

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To this day, there is not a single undivided opinion on suicide. The activities of the Christian missionaries among the Karen must be recognized as perhaps the most important factor in the development of a Karen national movement, a movement that has attracted many non-Christian Karens.

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Mrs. Marsh's attributes was mind reading. ourselves numerous times over the past months. them, rushed toward the balcony. such light-hearted folks, even if those folks couldn't be seen. In the second edition () of the Principles of Sociology, Vol. I, placed in my hands, there were 2, references to the works quoted.

In the new edition there are. Christianity is practised by % of the population, primarily among the Kachin, Chin and Karen people, and Eurasians because of missionary work in their respective areas. About four-fifths of the country’s Christians are Protestants, in particular Baptists of the Myanmar Baptist Convention; Roman Catholics make up the remainder.

Christians were the fastest growing religious group. 28 And there ye shall serve gods, the work of men’s hands, wood and stone, which neither see, nor hear, nor eat, nor smell. It is evident that this prophecy had already begun to take effect, as there were now, only 2 tribes left in Jerusalem, years before the Messiah arrived.

And when by facts of these kinds we are reminded that among the Greeks down to the time of Plato, parallel beliefs were current, as is shown in the Republic, where Socrates groups as the “chiefest of all” requirements “the service of gods, demigods, and heroes and the rites which have to be observed in order to propitiate the.

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Egypt alone preserved the primitive gnosis, and gave expression to it in. The Karen culture was thousands of years old when Jesus Christ, through the Bible and The Book of Common Prayer appeared in The Karens were semi-nomadic people who lived on the margins of the dominant Burmese culture.

They faced discrimination and mistreatment, for the Burmese saw them as a wild people. Few Karens embraced Buddhism. KAREN KARNES – ( -) Karen Karnes’ remarkable career has stretched over more than a half century. She is identified as a traditionalist because of her adherence to the functional traditions of pottery and her use of salt-glazing and wood-firing.

However, in many ways she is anFile Size: KB. the Karens stood firm in the great truth of 'l one eternal God, the creator of all thin. ig and the only rightful object of adoration.

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