Hindi Christmas Carol Song- Hamare Liye by Domenic M

Hamare liye ek balak hei janma
Ek putra diya gaya hamare liye x2

Aaj Bethlehem nagar mein ek taara chamka
Huwa ujiyala, nayi subah
Aur prithvi par hum gayenge
Swarga dooton ke saath jayjaykaar


Dekho Parmeshwar ne jagat se pyaar kiya
Aur diya Putra hamare liye
Karo vishwas us par aur pawo najaat
Mrityu ka dar dur huwa


Happy Happy Christmas

हमारे लिए एक बालक है जन्‍मा
एक पुत्र दिया गया हमारे लिये
हमारे लिए एक बालक है जन्‍मा
एक पुत्र दिया गया हमारे लिये

आज बैतलहेम नगर मे एक तारा चमका
हूआ उजियाला, नई सुबह
और पृथ्‍वी पर हम गाएंगे
स्‍वर्गदूतों के साथ जयजयकार

हमारे लिए ...

देखो परमेश्‍वर ने जगत से प्‍यार किया
दिया अपना पुत्र हमारे लिये
करो विश्‍वास उस पर और पाओ नज़ात
मृत्‍यु का डर दूर हुआ

हमारे लिए ...

हैपि हैपि क्रिसमस
मैरि मैरि क्रिसमस
हैपि हैपि क्रिसमस
मैरि मैरि क्रिसमस


ईश्वरीय जीवन का दान

"And this is the testimony: that God has given us eternal life, and this life is in His Son. He who has the Son has life; he who does not have the Son of God does not have life" (1Jn 5:11-12).

1. अद्वितीय जीवन (Adviteeya Jeevan) – Exclusive Life,Jn.17:3, There’s nothing like it.
2. अनंत जीवन (Ananta Jeevan) – Eternal Life, 1Jn.5:11,12 (Quality not Duration).
3. अलौकिक जीवन (Alaukika Jeevan) – Supernatural Life, 1Cor. 15:47-49.
4. आत्मिक जीवन (Aatmika Jeevan) – Spiritual Life, Rom. 8:10,11.
5. अमूल्य जीवन (Amulya Jeevan) – Invaluable Life, 1Pet.1:18,19. Life of His blood.
6. अलोकित जीवन (Alokit Jeevan) – Illuminated Life, Jn. 8:12; Jn.1:3; Eph.5:8.
7. अविनाशी जीवन (Avinashi Jeevan) – Imperishable Life, 1Cor.15:51-53; 2Cor.4:16
8. अमर जीवन (Amar Jeevan) – Immortal Life, 1Cor.15:25,26,53; Heb. 2:14; Rev.2:11; 20:6.
9. अपरिमित जीवन (Aparimita Jeevan) – Infinite Life, boundless, abundant, Jn.10:10.
10. अपराजित जीवन (Aparaajita Jeevan) – Invincible Life, Rom.5:17,21; Rom.8:37; 1Jn.4:4.

Who'll Break the Ice? or Water the Moon

Let's break ice and water the moon
While windstorms hurl our lands into oceans,
While sandstorms react with angry heat,
Let's cover land and capture the skies,
Let's rocket through our farthest horizon,
Take a giant leap through a crater deep;
Perhaps, one step away, a new world lies;
And in this shifting luminary a future thrives.
So, let's break ice and water the skies.

But who'll break ice for a lonesome child
For a helpless youth, for an anxious mother?
Who'll bring light to the darkened world,
Having eyes and lives enlightened?
Aren't you, O man, called to be the neighbor,
To bring hope to the world around?
For, we may conquer the skies, yet be destitutes inside;
We may travel as light; yet be haltered by the night;
For, what does it profit a man if he gains the whole world,
But loses his own soul?

(c) Domenic Marbaniang, Nov, 2009

Strength within the Soul

"he who has suffered in the flesh has ceased from sin" (1Pe 4:1).

"I discipline my body and bring it into subjection, lest, when I have preached to others, I myself should become disqualified" (1Co 9:27).

Someone said that there are an infinity of angles at which we can fall; but, only one at which we stand. Time, patience, discipline, and efforts are required to build something up; but, how sooner can the brutish nature, that infernal hound, bring down the whole edifice in an instant.

Rebuke my slothful nature,
Chastise my little mistakes,
Whip out the inner folly,
Drive blood into my veins!
For, now I stand, then I collapse,
Punctilinear creature of time and space.

Divine Master, kill these reactions
Of lustful flesh.
Surround me with winds and currents,
But drive me to Your throne.
My will I place on Your altar,
I hate it's freedom; it's pleasure I despise.
For, what good can freedom bring
When death reigns over it to the end?
Lord, fuse my spirit with Your life
Renew my mind to awake to Your consciousness!
Rule my night like the moon and the stars;
My day, like the sun in the sky.
Cut off the blindfolds off my heart forever!
Lord, this one thing I desire
Purify me and sanctify
By the fire of Your love!
Bring down your knife and prune away the poison,
Bring down your fire and remove all the dross!
Lord, I fall at Your Throne of Grace
Seeking help in this my direst hour of need!
Tie up my sinews, my tendons, and my veins
Settle them in their honorable place;
By Your strength I'll leap o'er the wall
And bend the javelin, the spear of iron.
For in my weakness, Your strength is revealed!

"He gives power to the weak,
And to those who have no might He increases strength. Even the youths shall faint and be weary,
And the young men shall utterly fall, But those who wait on the LORD
Shall renew their strength;
They shall mount up with wings like eagles,
They shall run and not be weary,
They shall walk and not faint. " (Isa 40:29-31)

"For a righteous man may fall seven times
And rise again" (Pro 24:16).

"For though He was crucified in weakness, yet He lives by the power of God. For we also are weak in Him, but we shall live with Him by the power of God toward you" (2Co 13:4).

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