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Rev'd Dr. Olav Fykse Tveit. Ko e Sekelitali Seniale ‘o e Kosilio ‘o e Ngaahi Siasi ‘o Mamani.

Naʻe tuʻuta mai ‘a e Sekelitali Lahi ‘o e Kosilio ‘o e Ngaahi Siasi ‘o Mamani, Rev. Dr. Olav Fykse Tveit, ‘i he ‘aho Tuʻapulelulu 3 ‘o ‘Akosi ki Nukuʻalofa ni ‘i haʻane ‘aʻahi mai ki he fonua ‘e 3 ‘i he Pasifiki ‘o kau ai ‘a Tonga ni. Naʻa ne maʻu ai ‘a e faingamālie ke fakataufolofola ki he ‘Ene ‘Afió, Tupou VI ‘i Palasi ‘i he ‘aho Falaite ai pē. Ko e taumuʻa ‘o ‘Ene ‘aʻahi mai ki he Pasifiki ke fakataukei ia ki he anga ‘o e fai e lotu ‘i he Pasifiki pea mo vakai ki he ngaahi polokalama kuo fengaueʻaki ai ‘a e Kosilio ‘o e Ngaahi Siasi ‘i Tonga pea mo e Siasi Uesiliana mo e Kosilio ‘o e Ngaahi Siasi ‘o Mamani. ‘Ikai ngata ai ka te ne vakai foki ki he ngaahi ngaahi ‘isiu fakamamani lahi ‘oku ne uesia ‘a e kakai ‘o e ngaahi ‘Otumotu Pasifiki.

Naʻa ne maʻu faingamālie foki ke feʻiloaki mo e ‘Eiki Palemia mo e kau minista ‘o e Kapineti mo e kau Takilotu ‘o e Ngaahi Siasi Memipa ki he Kosilio ‘i Tonga ni (TNCC) pea pehee foki ki he fakataha mo e kau Takilotu ‘i he Fakatahaʻanga ‘o e Kau Taki Lotú, (Forum of Church Leaders).

Naʻa ne kau fakataha foki mo e kau Fefine Lotu Hufia ‘o Tonga ‘i he Prayer Breakfast ke hufia ai pe hotau fonua mo mamani lahi foki.

Naʻe maʻu ai mo e faingamālie ke ne fai ‘a e malanga ‘i Saione ‘i he Sapate 6 ‘o ‘Akosi pea mo fakatapui ai pe ‘a e kau Faifekau foʻou ‘o e Fehikitaki ‘o e taʻu ni pea hoko atu mo e talitali lahi naʻe fai ‘e he hoa ‘o e ‘Eiki Palesiteni, Loukinikini ‘Ahio mo e kau ngāue ‘o e Senitā Toketā Molitoni ke fakalangilangi ‘aki ‘a e folau kuo fai mai ‘e he Sekelitali Lahi ni.

‘Oku hoko foki ‘a e ‘aʻahi mai ko eni ke to e fakavāofi ange ai ‘a e fengāueʻaki fakaʻekumenikale ‘a e ngaahi siasi Fakakalisitiane ‘i Tonga ni mo e Pasifiki ‘i he PCC pea mo mamani lahi foki ‘i he WCC. ‘Ikai ngata ai ka ‘oku ne to e fakamanatu mai ‘a ‘etau taha pe ‘i he Huafa ‘o e ‘Eiki ko Sisu Kalaisi neongo ‘a ‘etau kehekehe fakaefonua, fakamatakali mo fakatukufakaholo. Unity in diversity in the mighty Name of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior in Todayʻs World.

Naʻa ne meʻa foki ‘i he Pōlotu hiva ‘a e toʻutupu ‘i Saione pea ko ‘ene fekau ia “‘Oku tautau ai pē ‘a Sīsū ‘aneafi, ‘aho ni pea mo e ‘apongipongí. Ke tau puke maʻu ‘a e foʻi tui fisifisimuʻa koi a he ko Sīsū pe hotau Takimuʻá. Pea ne fakamālōʻia ai foki ‘a e toʻutupu ‘o e ngaahi siasi ‘i he ngaueʻi lelei ‘aki honau ngaahi taleniti ‘i he ngaahi malaʻe kehekehe kuo foaki atu ‘e Kalaisí pea kau ai mo e ngaahi kau hiva mālie ‘o polotu ni. Ko e sea ‘o e Polotu ni ko e Katinali ‘o e Siasi Katoliká, Soane Patita Mafi, pea naʻe tataki pē ‘a e ouau hiva ni ‘e he kau ifi mo e kau hiva ‘a e Kolisi ko Tupou. Naʻa ne maʻu faingamālie foki ke feʻiloaki mo e Sea ‘o e Falealea kaeʻumaʻā e kau Falealea ‘o Tonga ‘i he ‘aho Monité, kimuʻa pea ne foki atu ki ‘Aokalani, Niu Sila.

Naʻe foki atu ‘a e Sekelitali Seniale mo e loto fiefia lahi ‘i heʻene mamata mo aʻusia tonu ‘a e fai mafana ‘o e lotu mo e tauhi ‘a e ngaahi tukufakaholo lelei ‘o hotau kiʻi fonua ni pea mo ‘ene fakaʻamu ke tau kei pukepuke ai pe ‘a e laumalie ko ia ‘i he tapa kotoa pe ‘o e moʻui fakasosiale, fakaʻekonomika mo fakapolitikale hotau fonua ni.

Ko e ngaue lahi naʻe fai ‘e he Palesiteni Ako, Rev. Dr. Meleʻana Puloka, ka ko e taha ‘o e kau Palesiteni ‘o e WCC ‘o fakafofongaʻi e ngaahi siasi ‘o e Pasifiki pea mo Tonga ni foki pea pehee kia faifekau Rev. Fili Lilo mo e kau ngaue naʻa nau tokoni ki hono fokotuʻutuʻu ‘a e polokalama talitali lelei ‘o e Sekelitali lahi ‘o e WCC ki he foʻi pilioté. Kuo foki atu ‘a e faifekau ni ka mo ‘ene fakamanatu mai ke tau tauhi ai pe ‘a e Lotu moʻoni mo e tui pikitai ki he ‘Eiki ko Sīsū Kalaisi he ‘oku Ne kei tatau ai pe ‘aneafi, ‘aho ni mo e kahaʻu na.

Words of Wisdom

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Do not allow yourself one thought of separating from your brothers and sisters, whether their opinions agree with yours or not. John Wesley

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Mother Teresa replied, “I don’t talk, I simply listen.....[God] doesn’t talk. He also simply listens."

Word for Today

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    'I am the good shepherd.' John 10:11 NKJV

    You never get a second chance to make a good first impression. Your message may be wonderful and much needed by the hearer, but the look on your face can turn people off before you open your mouth. Ever notice how many people have bad memories of growing up in church? They recall stern, severe, strange-looking people who passed condemnation on the world at large. What a disservice to God! A little girl once saw a mule looking over a fence. Patting him on the head, she said, 'It's ok; my aunt is religious too!'

    Jesus said, 'I am the good shepherd' (John 10:11 NKJV). The word 'good' comes from the Greek word kelos, which means 'winsome' [attractive, pleasant, engaging]. Jesus' attitude won people over every time! What we say accounts for seven per cent of what people believe. How we say it accounts for 38 per cent. What they see accounts for 55 per cent. Amazingly, more than 90 per cent of our nonverbal cues have nothing to do with what we actually say! If you think communication is just about words, you're missing the boat, and the chances are you'll have a hard time connecting with others.

    A member of his staff once asked Abraham Lincoln to give a friend of his a job. After interviewing the man, Lincoln turned him down. Asked why, he replied, 'Because I didn't like the look on his face.' The White House staffer protested, 'That's not fair! Nobody's responsible for the look on their face.' Lincoln replied, 'That's where you're wrong. Everyone over 40 is responsible for the look on their face.' So...what does your facial expression say to others?

    Soulfood: Heb 9:1-11:16 Mt 15:15-28 Ps 5 Pro 5:1-2,