Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Day 26- Let Your Kingdom Come

Let  Your   kingdom  Come 
Let  Your  will  be  done  in  India  as  it is   above

(Please   click on  the   photo  to  enlarge  it)
Today  India  remembers  Mahatma  Gandhi on  his 
birth  anniversary. It  is  a  national holiday.
Around  the world it  is  observed  as  International
Non Violence  Day.
Many  Christians  have  set  this day  aside  to fast  an d pray  for our  country.
In my  church  we  had  a  day  long  children 's  program in
which  about  200  children  participated.
I want  to  share  some  colourful  photos 
gathered  from  the  web.

5 Fertilize my soul:

Terry said...

hi amrita..i was reading your comment over at felisol's and i came here to see the children...did you get lots of pictures at your children camp?...i always like to see them!
today, we went to a funeral at a catholic church and the priest was from india...i was so surprised at his preaching...he gave the story of salvation and the bible truth of one god[the trinity.father son and holy spirit..GOD...bernie and i agreed that if anyone was seeking, they could surely get saved there but alas, i really don't think people are interested...
well. see you later. maybe you can post some of those kiddie pix over at the sisters...how is sheeba these days..i felt so heart broken to hear that adi, mr. jim's doggie passed away.
take care now amrita..i am feeling better and stronger the last several days because i started to take the b vitamen compound....love you dear sister..love terry

Felisol said...

Dear Amrita,
Hope you had a happy Gandhi Day and peace Day.
200 hundred children, that is a good number.
I am posting old pictures from Sunday school on the local old Sauda site. I think people, when recognizing themselves will be reminded of what they once were taught, even if they are living away from Jesus now.
I remember my uncle when teaching imprinted in our minds that Jesus would never leave us. Only we could choose to leave him.
I'm praying for those 50 - 60 year old people now, that they may remember.

Amrita said...

Dear Felisol, I really enjoyed that post you compose d and the photo too. The memory from the past can draw people closer to God

Amrita said...

Hi Terry, so good to get a visi t from you after a long time. Please do take care. I will pray for your strengthening.

I know you are involve d in Sunday school ministry in your church. I am sorry this year I did not take a single photo. It was just too hot 38* or 98 *F , I got tired quickly.

So sorry about Adi. Uncl e Jim must be lonely without her.
Take care TerryI must go to our church mid week Bible teaching session before I leave for my aunt 's house

Carol-Ann Allen said...

I was home yesterday, sneezing and coughing and wheezing and sleeping. I couldn't tell you how many times I woke throughout the day with India on my mind. Thanks for being so faithful in keeping us up to date!