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And sometimes words fail them anyway

...oral translation of divine services in... ...comes to interpreting divine services, he... ...transmission of a divine service like... ...translation of divine services in an... ...to interpreting divine services, he receives... ...and process the information she is... ...Friedrich Krauss says. For example, when... ...has one word for this concept,... ...as an interpreter for the Church... ...During Holy Communion for the departed,... ...keep them going for a while.... ...all come together for lunch. “We... ...known each other for years and... ...invited each other for wedding anniversaries... ...when the officiant forgot to pronounce... ...in 20 steps: the office doors... ...you walk past them you can... ...hear the quiet murmur... ...few metres in another language. While... ...the Pentecost service... ...are busy at the premises of... ...oral translation of the service. Twenty-one... ...being added to the Europe-wide video... ...being broadcast from the Congress Center... ...but interpreters Translators? They don’t like... ...to hear that. The correct term... ...is interpreter. The disciplines are... ...one language into another—but in different... ...can think about the wording she... ...to decide on the spot and... ...process the information she... ...is receiving in the source language... ...while outputting in the target language.... ...Russia—did over Pentecost. They came by... ...and a Bible: these are the... ...tools of the trade with... ...which these interpreters work.... ...They are sitting... ...in the offices that... ...normally occupied by the staff of... ...Bischoff Publishers during the week. Of... ...course the interpreters don’t... ...about standard vocabulary. The French interpreter... ...knows that the German word... ...l’apôtre-patriarche in his mother-tongue. Yet in... ...practice the sermon can... ...Apostle preaches about the difference between... ...sacrifice and offering. The German language... ...for this concept, the 50-year old... ...an interpreter for the Church since... ...he left school. The wages: gratitude... ...Holy Communion for the departed, Natasha... ...and takes over the microphone. The... ...two are mother and daughter,... ...and are doing the interpreting together.... ...Natasha Gann was the first Albanian... ...interpreting since 1991. The interpreters do... ...the oral translation... ...Also Jacky Mappus. The 63-year-old Frenchman... ...an institution among the interpreters. He... ...language skills at the service of... ...the Church and... ...has been in the employ of... ...the Church administrative... ...services, he receives the same wages... ...family Part of the motivation is... ...the joy of... ...able to help the brothers and... ...Krauss confirms. But the joy of... ...want to touch the brothers and... ...sisters as the Chief Apostle... ...had he spoken their language.” The... ...really exhausted after the two-hour service.... ...They are still... ...that will keep them going for... ...a while. They have all... ...come together for lunch.... ...Natasha Gann says. They have known... ...each other for years... ...even invited each other for wedding... ...anniversaries and other family celebrations.... ...As they sit together talking and... ...relaxing, they tell the one or... ...other anecdote, like... ...when the officiant forgot... ...to pronounce the absolution and... ...the interpreter just... ...sometimes words fail them anyway They... ...have the last word,... ...yet nobody sees them. They listen... ...and talk at the same time... ...do interpreters experience the transmission of... ...Communion for the departed, Natasha Gann... More


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A mission from God: well equipped and well trained

...Schneider in a divine service for... ...trained An entire divine service in... ...a divine service for ministers on... ...look out especially for the poor... ...felt special compassion for the rejected... ...blessing and salvation.” Comforting the poor... ...find the motivation for our work?... ...of our love for Jesus Christ.... ...be a blessing for yourself as... ...well as for your neighbour.... ...out of love for God and... ...out of love for God and... ...Deacons. This was the spectrum covered... ...Isaiah 61: 1: “The Spirit of... ...the Lord God... ...upon Me, because the Lord has... ...good tidings to the poor; He... ...Me to heal the broken-hearted, to... ...proclaim liberty to the captives, and... ...the opening of the prison to... ...bound.” God called the prophet, commissioned... ...and gave him the authority to... ...out especially for the poor and... ...the needy, the Chief Apostle... ...special compassion for the rejected and... ...the despised. And... ...this word lies the full power... ...of God!” The mission of... ...the ministers “Jesus... ...Christ returned to the Father and... ...this mission and the powers over... ...to the Apostles,” the Chief Apostle... ...list some of the tasks. Proclaiming... ...we talk about the authority of... ...are referring to the preaching of... ...the gospel, the words of... ...Jesus Christ, the death, resurrection,... ...and salvation.” Comforting the poor and... ...the wretched: “Sometimes... ...I get the impression that... ...than those in the past, because... ...they are constantly... ...being confronted with the wealth of... ...the others.” Including the rejected and... ...the condemned: “God... ...loves the greatest sinner... ...as He loves the holiest person.... ...not distinguish between them.” Reminding the... ...your heart.” Encouraging the congregations: “Because... ...having found salvation, the children of... ...still suffer under the activity and... ...power of the evil one.”... ...a priestly minister,” the Chief Apostle... ...said to the ministers. “At... ...a share of the mission and... ...authority of the Apostle ministry.”... ...Accomplishing the mission “You... ...a volunteer in the New Apostolic... ...“When you proclaim the gospel—from the... ...pastoral visit—you have the power of... ...salvation. That is the most important... ...this is how the mission can... ...do we find the motivation for... ...help by inspiring the world with... ...hope . There is a... ...place where there will be... ...no more evil: the kingdom of... ...God. You have the possibility to... ...your life on the commandments of... ...neighbour. This is the gospel we... ...be close to the brothers and... ...sisters so that they can feel... ...the love of... ...God through us.” “The success of... ...be revealed on the day of... ...the Lord. Please,... ...don’t stop proclaiming the gospel. ”... ...on standby Whenever the brothers and... ...ready to impart the gospel to... ...them, not our... ...good advice, but the word of... ...compared to firefighters, the Chief Apostle... ...said. “When there is an... ...alarm, they have to... ...be there, ready to... ...authorised to preach the gospel: out... ...God and mankind,” the Chief Apostle... ...authorised to preach the gospel: out... More


Spotlight 16/2018: “Where are You, God?”

...received in the divine services, the... ...ensure that the divine service for... ...in the divine services, the selflessness... ...a good occasion for us to... ...such constraints looming before them, they... ...times even look for special solutions... ...a patent recipe for finding solutions... ...have some food for thought to... ...Lord is indispensable for our salvation.... ...is not miracle formula to which... ...joyful—and practise love for our neighbour.... ...not working out for me?” Those... ...with the Lord, for example, when... ...care of everything for us at... ...in spiritual bartering. Unfortunately, in our... ...still such a form of barter:... ...you want success, forget these stories... ...exchange their faith for social advantage.... ...had been waiting for this human... ...contact for nearly 38... ...without the need for the pool.... ...believer. Practise love for your neighbour... ...all my concerns before I show... ...It is possible for anyone to... ...forget about himself... ...time to care for others who... ...to deepen our efforts to spread... ...the divine service for the departed... ...often remain unfulfilled, unfortunately. — Our... ...faith are asking for the assistance... ...The summer holiday... ...season in the Democratic Republic... ...for us to further explore the... ...theme of the year: “Faithful... ...Christ”. One of the biggest concerns... ...young people is their future in... ...difficult environment, where they are confronted... ...just to position themselves in society.... ...constraints looming before them, they often... ...special solutions to their problems. They... ...analyse their spiritual life... ...ask God why their situation has... ...finding solutions to their woes, but... ...continue to trust the Lord. This... ...youth gathering was based... ...Bible text in Matthew 19: 20... ...was captioned by the motto: “I... ...in faithfulness to the Lord.” Despite... ...all the issues listed... ...above, the young people... ...in faithfulness to the Lord,” because... ...observance of the commandments alone... ...not suffice. Following the Lord is... ...our salvation. All the future concerns... ...are summarised in the response of... ...the rich young... ...man to the Lord: “All... ...these things I... ...must simply add the missing ingredients... ...to arrive at the final solution.... ...Rather it is... ...continue to follow the Lord Jesus.... ...neighbour. Be humble The tendency of... ...to list all the things they... ...already done in the work of... ...God—the sacrifices they have brought,... ...the strict implementation... ...of the teaching they have received... ...in the divine services,... ...the selflessness they have practised,... ...to arrive at the question: “After... ...such a list. They will not... ...blow their own horn... ...continue to commit themselves quietly, knowing... ...that their dedication to... ...the work of the Lord will... ...never match the commitment of... ...the Lord when... ...salvation. Be patient The speed at... ...our relationship with the Lord, for... ...“I am at the end of... ...my patience,” but the Lord reminds... ...who endure to the end will... ...and not count the time that... ...have spent in the work of... ...the Lord. Impatience... ...our Congolese environment, there is still... ...to get married, then abandon your... ...want success, forget these stories about... ...the Apostles, and... ...goal more quickly…” There are many... ...prepared to exchange their faith for... ...joyful Many in the circle of... ...the youth have... ...lost their joy. They make their... ...way through their difficult surroundings... ...as though paralysed. They have become... ...older and say they have been... ...overwhelmed by the events in... ...their lives. They are in... ...with regard to their future. They... ...order to “link them up”, which... ...in their jargon means... ...nothing other than finding... ...who can make their natural lives... ...better”. The paralytic at... ...the Pool of Bethesda had been... ...this, but when the Lord passed... ...Him, he found the solution to... ...his problems without the need for... ...the pool. Jesus... ...is not there in order... ...and concentrate on the goal of... ...our faith. The lacking joy... ...way, I run the risk of... ...any interest in others—even though one... ...of the recommendations the Lord makes... ...to the rich young... ...as yourself.” What bothered the rich... ...man was not the prospect of... ...all, he knew the rules of... ...to know that the “win-win” principle... ...to give to the “poor”! This... ...is the challenge, namely... ...to care for others who also... ...efforts to spread the gospel and... ...testify of the work of... ...the Lord in the Apostle ministry... ...also be in the beyond. This... ...to ensure that the divine service... ...for the departed also... ...In contrast to the rich young... ...today respond to the Lord in... ...when she told the angel: “Behold... ...the maidservant of the Lord. Let... ...prepared to serve the Lord! That... ...in life—such are the wishes of... ...young people in the Democratic Republic... ...of Congo. However, these requests often... ...are asking for the assistance of... ...Republic of Congo Southeast) responds.... ...service for the departed also becomes... More


I am happy because I want to be

...preparation for the divine service for... ...our hearts. Our divine services in... ...the upcoming Sunday services. From the... ...hearts. Our divine services in June... ...is the reason for our joy... ...with gladness; come before His presence... ...salvation in mind, for then we... ...hope without wavering, for He who... ...faithful.” Five reasons for a life... ...profess our hope for the future... ...and look forward to it.”... ...is in preparation for the divine... ...service for the departed... ...Out of love for Christ, and... ...God, we intercede for those who... ...we experience the forgiveness of sins... ...philosophy of life for them: “I... ...feel joy over the salvation in... ...over fellowship of the Christians; we... ...are delighted over the gifts and... ...triggers something is the focal point... ...of the upcoming Sunday... ...services. From the past …... ...or criminal record. The fact of... ...time immemorial is the reason for... ...that we have others, because God... ...loves everyone. There are those... ...who have had the grace to... ...love already in their earthly lives.... ...Others only recognised... ...it at the end of... ...their lives or... ...even only in the promised kingdom... ...our contemporaries about the comprehensive and... ...gratitude. … into the present “Serve... ...the Lord with... ...100: 2), is the invitation that... ...is expressed on the second Sunday.... ...God, acting in the power of... ...the Holy Spirit,... ...and telling others about all... ...the benefits God... ...in mind, for then we will... ...in accordance with the Lord’s wishes.... ...is service to the Lord. Serving... ...the congregation means... ...worshipping God in the congregation. …... ...and into the future Joyful... ...our future is the focal point... ...on the third Sunday... ...of June. The sermon will... ...us hold fast the confession of... ...developed: hope in the return of... ...our own resurrection, the resurrection of... ...the dead in... ...eternal life, and the victory of... ...it. Summing up, the Chief Apostle... ...our hope for the future and... ...Joy in heaven The focal point... ...of the fourth Sunday... ...in preparation for the divine service... ...for the departed a... ...are dependent on the grace of... ...for Christ, and the awareness that... ...ourselves depend on the mercy and... ...time we experience the forgiveness of... ...sins together, and every... ...heaven and in the congregation. Telling... ...rarely bring about the desired effect.... ...People’s circumstances and their feelings are... ...different. But people themselves can come... ...to the recognition that... ...there are indeed... ...with God. This then becomes a... ...of life for them: “I am... ...want to be The good news... ...service for the departed a week... More