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# 07817 :  Happy New Year, 2016

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ,

I wish you all a year filled with blessings from God our Father during 2016, so that we will be glorifying Him in our life.

I also wish those who are not believers in Christ, but are in this Forum, to come to know Him as their personal Savior, Lord, and God. Please read John 3.

See you next year!

Pray for the peace of Jerusalem.

Shalom Malekim!!!

 

 

 

Post by : George P. Koshy  View Profile    since : 14 Dec 2015


Reply by : George P. Koshy   View Profile   Since : 4 Jan 2016 6:19:17 PM Close

Dear brethren in Christ,

I wish to post this as my prayer for 2016. These lines are written by different persons at different times. However, they are apt to be our prayer together for the New Year 2016.

Lord! I thank thee for salvation, grace so mighty and so free;                                                                                                                                                                          Take my all in consecration, glorify Thyself in me, even me

Saviour, our only joy be Thou, as Thou our crown wilt be;                                                                                                                                                                              Be Thou, O Lord, our glory now, and through eternity.

The first was written by Elizabeth Codner and the second was written by Bernard de Clairvaux.

‘Pray for the peace of Jerusalem!’

Shalom Malekim!!!

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