Kohhran hi eng ang nge kan nih

Kohhran chu in pakhat ang kan ni a, khawvel sualna, thlemna, harsatna thlipui leh ruahpui hrang vel mahse, Isua Krista ringtute chu kan inhumhimna tur a ni. Chu in chu a sakna turah ban pawimawh tak tak an awm ang a, bangrel a awn ang a, a bang a awm ang a, tukverh te, kawngka te a awm ang a; achungkhuh te,achhuat te pawh a awm bawk tur a ni.

Chung zawng zawng inremkhawm chuan in a lo ni a, a tungdingtu langsar tak chu a bante a ni maithei. Amaherawhchu, chu ban chu a mah chauh chuan engtihna mah a ni lo, a bangrel te, a bang te, chuat te, a chungkhuh tein a an man khawm a vangin thil tangkai tak an lo ni a. Chutiang bawkin, a chhuat te, abang te, a chungkhuh te, a bangrel te pawh chu an mahni te te chauh chuan tangkaina an nei  vak lova, an inman khawma an inzawmkhawma an rem khawm chauhin an lo tangkai vek a. Chutiangchiahchuan, keini Pathian hminga din Kohhran chhunga mite zawng zawngte pawh chu, kan zavai a kan inzawmkhawm a, kan inman khawm a, kan inrem khawm chauhin Kohhran(in) chu ruangawm neiin kan lo ding ang a, in humhimna kan lo nei dawn a ni. Continue reading “Kohhran hi eng ang nge kan nih”

2014 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 8,600 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 3 sold-out performances for that many […]