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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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Tō Folofola Malanga
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

  • Enjoy each season of your life

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    'Which yields its fruit in season.' Psalm 1:3 NIV

    Your life is lived in seasons, and to be fruitful you must recognise the season you're in and maximise it. 'How can I tell when a season is ending?' you ask. Because the grace that accompanied that season will lift, and what was once rewarding will start to feel unrewarding. The Bible says a successful man or woman is like a tree planted by streams of water 'which yields its fruit in season' (Psalm 1:3 NIV). You can only be fruitful in your season! That's where blessing and success occur. You can't just do it whenever you want to; it has to be in your appointed time. When the right season comes, it's effortless for a tree to produce what's stored within. And there's fruit within you that will be produced when you understand what season you're in.But there are rules for each season; let's look at them. Spring - is for training and discipline. That's when you begin to see God's purpose for your life and prepare for it. Summer - is for maturing what spring started. The seeds you sowed and nurtured then will grow and multiply now. Autumn - is when you no longer have the passion of youth but the steady calm of the seasoned veteran. If you're wise, you're now working smarter instead of harder. It's time to transition and prepare for the upcoming winter. Winter - is when you assess your accomplishments, enjoy your rewards, pass on your counsel, and take your bows. You have fought the good fight, kept the faith, and finished the course (See 2 Timothy 4:7).If you do it right, each season can be the best season of your life!

    Soulfood: Jer 7-9, Luke 20:1-8, Ps 38:13-22, Prov 8:24-26