Friday, November 6, 2015

Eat, Read & Pray

Discipling others is as simple as a) breaking bread together; b) reading from God's word; and c) praying - inviting God to be a part of the relationship. When you reduce the evangelistic movement in the first century to it's simplest form - you find that eating together, studying scripture (Torah), and prayer. In these days of confused situations, facing an onslaught of persecution - it is time for believers EVERYWHERE to change the world by returning to our most basic practice.


Here is what it looks like in other languages ...


in no particular order:
Spanish
comer, leer y orar
French
manger, lire et prier
German
essen, lesen un zu beten
Italian
mangiare, leggere e pregare
Portuguese
comer, ler e rezar
Somali
cunaan, akhriska iyo ku baryayaaye
Filipino
kumain, magbasa at manalangin
Arabic
تناول الطعام، والقراءة والدعاء
Hebrew
לאכול, לקרוא ולהתפלל
Afrikaans
eet, lees en bid
Belarusian
ёсць, чытаць і маліцца
Russian
есть, читать и молиться
Ukranian
є, читати і молитися
Chinese
吃,閱讀和祈禱
Hindi
पढ़ने के लिए, खाने के लिए और प्रार्थना
Hmong
noj, nyeem thiab thov Vajtswv
Greek
τρώνε, διαβάζουν και να προσεύχονται
Dutch
eten, lezen en bidden
Swahili

kula, kusoma na kuomba
 No matter which language you speak, the outcome is the same. God chooses to heal the world through relationships. We must connect, engage and exchange with others on a personal level.




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