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Fakafo'ou Ako Faka-Kalisitiane: Tali 'a Sisu Kalaisi ki he Mo'ui, ko e Fakamo'ui 'i he Laumalie Ma'oni'oni.

Ko e fehuʻi mahuʻinga ki he Siasi pe ‘oku ʻuhinga ki he hā ‘a e tali ‘o e Sisū Kalaisi ko e ‘Eiki mo Fakamoʻui. Fokotuʻu atu ke tau kamata ʻi he tomuʻa maʻu Laumalie Māʻoniʻoni.

Ko e palomesi ki he hifo mai ‘a e Laumalie Maʻoniʻoni naʻe fai ʻe he ‘Eiki ki he Kau Ako hili ‘a e ʻOhomohe. “Ko hono lelei kiate kimoutolu ‘a e hiki ʻaʻaku pea kapau ʻe ʻikai te u hiki, pea ʻe ʻikai haʻu ‘a e Taukapo – (Laumalie Maʻoniʻoni) kiate kimoutolu. Ka ʻo kapau te u ʻalu, te u fekau Ia (Laumalie Maʻoniʻoni) kiate kimoutolu” (Ngaue 16:7).

Ko e hifo mai ‘a e Laumālie Maʻoniʻoni ki he loto mo e laumālie ‘o e tangata mo e fefine. Ko e ‘uhinga faka- tokāteline ‘o e Laumālie Maʻoniʻoní ko e mānava moʻui, ko e ʻea pe matangi. He ko e anga ia ‘o e ngāue mai ‘a e ‘Otuá ‘i he Laumalie Maʻoniʻoni ko e fakamānavaʻi ke moʻui faka- Kalaisi ‘a e faʻahinga ‘o e tangatá. ‘Oku ‘ikai ko ha manava ʻea faka-matelie ki he moʻui ‘a e sinó matelie ‘oku tau mānavaʻakí, ka ko e faʻahinga ‘ea pe ‘oku ui ko e matangi faka-Penitekosi ‘oku hō mai ‘e he ‘Otuá ki he loto mo e laumālie ‘o e faʻahinga ‘o e tangatá ke moʻui fakaʻaho ʻi he moʻui ‘a Kalaisi.

Akolotu: Memipa Kakato

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Ko e taha eni ʻo e founga ki he Memipa Kakato ʻi he Siasi ko e fou ʻi he tauhi pea mo e teuteu ʻoku fai ʻe he Kautaha Akolotu. Ko ʻetau maheni pea mo e Akolotu, ko e taha pe ia ʻo e ngaahi Polokalama ʻa e Potungaue Ako Faka-Kalisitiane. ʻOku hoko mai ia hili ʻa e Lautohi Faka-Sapate. Ko e taimi ia kuo

Ko e Malu'anga 'o Tonga

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Tapu mo e Faletapu ‘o e ‘Otua mo e potu toputapú ni kuo fakatāpui ke fai ai ‘a e fakafeangai māʻoniʻoni ki hotau ‘Otua. Tapu mo ʻEne ‘Afio ko Tupou VI, ko e Tuʻi ‘o Tonga. Tapu mo Kuini Halaevalu Mataʻaho mo e Fale ‘o Tupou. Tapu mo e Houʻeiki ‘o e Fonua, Tapu mo e ‘Eiki Palesiteni mo Haʻa lotu.

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

  • Try to be kind today

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    'A gentle answer turns away wrath.' Proverbs 15:1 NIV

    If you're an organised, time-conscious, purpose-driven, make-it-happen kind of person you can get upset with incompetence and low productivity in others. And you can end up speaking words that hurt them and don't bring the result you hope for.Solomon describes a wise woman: 'On her tongue is the law of kindness' (Proverbs 33:26 NKJV). Speaking kindly to and about others was one of this woman's core principles. And when you think about it, there's never any justification for being harsh or unkind in your communication. Certainly not if you're a Christian! Hasn't God been gracious with you? Then extend that same grace to others. The old adage, 'Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me,' isn't true. Harsh words can impact a person for a lifetime. Many so-called 'social outcasts' have been victims of verbal abuse at some point in their lives. They have suffered at the hands of parents, teachers, insecure spouses and others battling their own emotional issues.If you find you're prone to speaking harshly to people, pray for God's help. Whatever it takes, including seeking help from a pastor or counsellor, do it. The Bible says, 'He who is slow to anger is better than the mighty, and he who rules his spirit than he who takes a city' (Proverbs 16:32 NKJV). Decide today to 'rule your spirit' and make kindness a hallmark and guiding principle of your life.

    Soulfood: 1 Ki 16:1 - 18:15, Luke 12:22-34, Ps 66:1-12, Prov 6:20-22