God loves you, and so do we.
There are people praying for you.
Our king supreme ruler of our lives, yet we still reject his ways and commandments and do whatever we want. not humble before others, we dont think of others and put the needs of others before that of our own wants, our own desires, our own will, we tend to always put ourselves first before that of others, we have not much of ( if any ) empathy for others.
Tru, taim mi raitim pas long yupela, mi wari moa yet na bel bilong mi i gat bikpela hevi tru na mi krai planti wantaim. Tasol mi no bin raitim dispela pas bilong givim bel hevi long yupela. Nogat. Mi raitim bilong yupela i ken save olsem, mi laikim yupela tumas na mi givim bel bilong mi moa yet long yupela.
Pas Jems i raitim 4
1 Wanem samting em i as bilong ol tok pait na kros i kamap namel long yupela? Ol kain kain pasin bilong bel kirap i stap long yupela, na ol i save pait namel long olgeta hap bodi bilong yupela, na long dispela pasin tasol ol i save kirapim ol tok pait na kros. Ating i no olsem, a? 2 Yupela i save laikim tumas long kisim ol kain kain samting, tasol yupela i no kisim. Olsem na yupela i save kilim ol man i dai. Yupela i save mangalim samting, na yupela i no inap kisim. Olsem na yupela i save kros nogut na kirapim pait. Yupela i no save beten long God i givim ol samting long yupela, na long dispela as yupela i no save kisim. 3 Na taim yupela i beten long kisim samting, yupela i no save kisim, long wanem, tingting bilong yupela i no stret na yupela i beten long God. Yupela i ting long kisim ol samting bilong tromoi tasol long laik bilong bel bilong yupela
Gutnius Mak i raitim 10
42 Tasol Jisas i singautim ol i kam long em, na em i tokim ol olsem, “Yupela i save, ol man i save stap olsem ol hetman bilong ol arapela lain manmeri, ol i save strong tumas long bosim ol lain bilong ol. Na ol bikman bilong ol i save strong tumas long ol manmeri i mas bihainim olgeta tok bilong ol. 43 Tasol, dispela pasin i no ken i stap namel long yupela. Nogat. Man i laik i stap bikman namel long yupela, em i mas i stap wokman bilong yupela. 44 Na man i laik i stap namba wan bilong yupela, em i mas i stap olsem wokboi nating bilong olgeta man. 45 Long wanem, Pikinini Bilong Man tu em i no i kam bilong ol man i ken mekim wok bilong helpim em. Nogat. Em i kam bilong helpim ol, na bilong givim laip bilong em yet bilong baim bek planti manmeri.”
Buk bilong Profet Esekiel
33:11 Tokim ol Israel olsem, ‘Mi God, Bikpela, mi save stap oltaim, na tru tumas mi no save amamas long taim ol man bilong mekim sin, ol i dai. Mi save amamas long ol dispela man i givim baksait long pasin bilong sin na ol i stap gut. Yupela ol Israel, harim. Yupela i mas givim baksait long pasin nogut yupela i save mekim na kam bek long mi. Bilong wanem yupela i laik i dai?’
27 so that they should seek the Lord, in the hope that they might grope for Him and find Him, though He is not far from each one of us; 28 for in Him we live and move and have our being, as also some of your own poets have said, ‘For we are also His offspring.’
Nambw wan pas Pita i raitim 5
8 Yupela i mas stap redi na was gut. Satan, dispela birua bilong yupela, em i olsem wanpela laion i singaut strong. Oltaim em i save raun bilong painim ol manmeri bilong kaikai.
16 Confess your trespassesa to one another, and pray for one another, that you may be healed. The effective, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much.
Matthew 5:32 44 45
32 Tasol mi tokim yupela, sapos man i rausim meri bilong en taim meri i no bin mekim pasin pamuk, orait dispela man i mekim meri i kalapim lo bilong marit. Long wanem, taim dispela meri i maritim narapela man, meri i mekim pasin pamuk. Na man i maritim wanpela meri, bipo man bilong en i bin rausim em, em tu i kalapim lo bilong marit na i mekim pasin pamuk.”
44 Tasol, mi tokim yupela olsem, yupela i mas laikim ol birua bilong yupela, na yupela i mas beten bai God i marimari long ol man i save mekim pasin nogut long yupela. 45 Olsem bai yupela i stap pikinini bilong Papa bilong yupela em i stap long heven. Em i save mekim san bilong en i kamap antap long ol man nogut na long ol gutpela man wantaim. Na em i save mekim ren i kam daun long ol stretpela man na long ol man bilong mekim pasin i no stret tu.
11 Mi Bikpela, mi tingim pinis ol samting mi laik mekim bilong helpim yupela. Mi laik mekim gut long yupela. Mi no laik mekim nogut long yupela. Yupela i ken tingim ol dispela samting mi laik mekim, na yupela i ken wetim dispela taim i kamap.
10 “Stilman i no save kam bilong mekim narapela samting. Nogat. Em i kam bilong stilim ol sipsip na bilong kilim ol i dai na bagarapim ol. Tasol mi, mi kam bilong ol i ken kisim laip, na bilong laip i ken pulap tru long ol.
2 chronicles 7:14
Na long dispela taim, sapos yupela ol manmeri mi bin makim bilong mi yet, i tanim bel na sori long ol bikhetpasin bilong yupela, na yupela i kam klostu long mi na beten long mi, na lusim ol dispela pasin nogut yupela i bin mekim, orait mi stap long heven na bai mi harim beten bilong yupela na lusim ol sin bilong yupela na mekim graun bilong yupela i kamap gutpela gen.
romans 8:31 32
31 Olsem na bai yumi tok wanem long dispela ol samting God i mekim? Sapos God i helpim yumi, orait husat bai i birua long yumi? 32 God i no bin pasim Pikinini bilong em yet. Nogat. Em i bin salim em i kam bilong helpim yumi olgeta. Na sapos em i givim yumi Pikinini bilong em yet, orait ating em bai i givim yumi olgeta arapela samting tu.
Here at Word On Wheels we are praying for restoration, to be a positive influence, for hate and other negative influences to be removed, to bring about new relationships.
it is our hope and prays to be a positive influence in the lives of those of the people of Papua New Guinea who we have a great love for within our heart.
10 Long ol manmeri i marit pinis, mi givim dispela lo. Em i no lo bilong mi yet. Nogat. Em i lo bilong Bikpela. Em i olsem. Meri i no ken lusim man bilong en. 11 Na sapos em i lusim man pinis, orait em i mas i stap nating. Sapos nogat, em i ken i go bek na wanbel gen wantaim man bilong en.
We long to meet, and be with the people of PNG to share the love God and we have for them. A special people our hearts yearn for and to be with and to share the love God has for them. To break down barriers and walls and strongholds that the adversary has built up. And to bring the message of love to the people of Papua New Guinea.
PNG is just above the Land Of The Holy Spirit known as Australia. Kamap stap wantok, poroman
it is our desire to build relationships with those who share and have the same desire and love within their heart to bring the good news of love and reconciliation to the people of PNG. To share with them the love God has for them, to share with them the potential to improve their lives, build and rebuild lives and relationships with what God can do for them in their lives.
Whether you are an Australian or a Papua New Guinean living in either Australia or Papua New Guinea, or any other country or nationality and you share this same like minded passion for the people of PNG, then pray for us, share with us, join us, and work with us for the people of PNG. To bring the message of “God’s” Love to PNG and enrich the lives of the people of PNG.
We look forward to hearing from and working with like minded people.
Young or old, male or female, married or single, employed or unemployed, attending school or not.
Papua New Guinea – Expect The Unexpected.
30 Na dispela ol man bipo em i makim ol, em i singautim ol tu. Na dispela ol man em i singautim ol, em i kolim ol stretpela man. Dispela ol man em i kolim ol stretpela man, em i givim gutpela laip na biknem bilong em yet long ol.
I no gat wanpela samting inap pasim laik bilong God
31 Olsem na bai yumi tok wanem long dispela ol samting God i mekim? Sapos God i helpim yumi, orait husat bai i birua long yumi?
35 Krais i save laikim yumi moa yet, na i no gat wanpela samting inap pasim dispela laik bilong en i kamap long yumi wan wan. Sapos hevi i kamap long yumi, o sapos yumi karim pen, o sapos ol man i mekim nogut long yumi, o sapos yumi hangre, o sot long klos, o sapos samting nogut i laik bagarapim yumi, o sapos pait i kamap long yumi, ating dispela olkain samting bai i inap pasim laik bilong Krais? Nogat tru.
38 Yes, God i save laikim yumi tru, na mi bilip tru olsem, i no gat wanpela samting inap pasim laik bilong God i kamap long yumi. Dai o laip, o ol ensel o ol strongpela spirit, o samting nau i stap o samting bai i kamap bihain, o kain kain samting i gat strong, 39 o samting bilong antap o samting bilong daunbilo, o ol arapela samting i stap nabaut, dispela olgeta i no inap pasim laik bilong God, em dispela laik em i givim yumi long Krais Jisas, Bikpela bilong yumi.
Pol i tok long pasin God i mekim long ol Israel
28 “Yupela ol man i save hatwok tru na i karim ol bikpela hevi, yupela olgeta kam long mi na bai mi givim malolo long yupela. 29 Yupela kisim save long mi na aninit long tok bilong mi, olsem yupela i kisim plang ol i save putim long nek bilong ol bulmakau bilong ol i ken pulim ol samting. Yupela kisim save long mi, long wanem, mi save mekim pasin isi long ol man na mi save daunim mi yet. Na bai ol samting i no ken givim hevi long yupela na bai yupela i kisim malolo. 30 Dispela plang mi putim long nek bilong yupela, em i isi long karim, na samting mi givim yupela bilong karim, em i no hevi.”
Little introduction to PNG.
PNG is a tropical country in the tropical environment.
There is over 850 different spoken languages within PNG.
The currency is Kina and Toya, similar to Australian dollars and cents.
100 toya = 1 kina.
Their coinage is, 5 toya, 10 toya, 20 toya, 50 toya, 1 kina.
Their notes are, 1 kina, 2 kina, 5 kina, 10 kina, 20 kina, 50 kina and 100 kina.
it mainly has 2 seasons, wet season and dry season.
There is mainly 2 types of environments such as coastal and highlands, where along the coast it is predominantly hot and humid, where as in the highlands it is a much more cooler environment.
PNG is plagued with law and order problems throughout the nation, with murders and robberies and fighting as apart of many cultural way of life, and the all constant danger of potential occasional car jackings, or bridges being washed away due to poor road construction and massive rainfall. Mosquitoes and malaria a constant all time continual threat throughout PNG as well as other potentially life threatening tropical diseases where one must always be viligent.
Although going down the wrong street could literally end up with you falling into the wrong hands who will bring about your quite literal death for the most part most Papua New Guineans are friendly people who will always jump at the opportunity to get their photo taken.
So if you want to start meeting friendly people, then go to the local fruit and veggies market and start taking photos and videos, you will within minutes find peole who would love to be the subject of your photos. They will be happy to see you next time you go to market.
Make no mistake, there is a lot of dirt / mud and betelnut spit everywhere. They chew and spit in the streets, in schools, on the roads, everywhere. Just be careful where you walk, i almost got spat upon once when one careless person was not looking where they were spitting when i was in Madang PNG.
Not everyone likes chewing betelnut, some there find chewing betelnut as a bad habit people have, and would rather that many would reduce the amount of people who chew betelnut.
Papua New Guinea is a beautiful country, where the fresh produce in the local markets are so fresh, and so delicious, they literally do not compare with the same foods we have in Australia.
In Australia there is bananas, tomatos, pine apples, jackfruit, pawpaw, they have them too in PNG, but to compare the colour, freshness, taste etc between the fruits in Australia and PNG, sorry Australia but compared to PNG foods of the same, it seriously is no competition. The fruit in PNG wins hands down every time. To give an example of how vast the difference is, the fruit of australia is like eating rubbish.
Now im not meaning to say that australian fruit is rubbish, far from it, but in compared to the flavour and texture and colour and juice of PNG equivilent, the PNG fruit is in our opinion much better than that of Australia.
though we in Australia who have only known Australian fruits would not have anything to compare it with and would not know any different. In PNG fruit is allowed to grow on the trees and plants until they are ripe to be eaten, then they are harvested and immediately at the markerts within days to be purchased fresh straight from the gardens without the need for freezing or chemicals or preservatives or cold storage. Food availability is totally dependant on the season and what people harvest there and then.
Also the local fish supplies at your local fish market, its what was caught that night or that day which comes to market to sell, so the variety from vender to vender may change from day to day depending on what they catch, no freezing of fish, or whatever that was caught, but in an esky with the vendor sitting next to it while sitting under an umbrella.
Dispela hap tok em mi yet mi raitim. Lukim ol dispela bikpela leta mi wokim bilong raitim tok.
1 Corinthians 6:19 What? know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own?
20 For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God’s.
Galatians 5:19 Now the works of the flesh are manifest, which are these; Adultery, fornication, uncleanness, lasciviousness,
20 Idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, variance, emulations, wrath, strife, seditions, heresies,
21 Envyings, murders, drunkenness, revellings, and such like: of the which I tell you before, as I have also told you in time past, that they which do such things shall not inherit the kingdom of God.
22 But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith,
23 Meekness, temperance: against such there is no law.
24 And they that are Christ’s have crucified the flesh with the affections and lusts.
25 If we live in the Spirit, let us also walk in the Spirit.
26 Let us not be desirous of vain glory, provoking one another, envying one another.
8 But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death.
2 Thessalonians 2:11-12
11 And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie:
12 That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness.
11 Say unto them, As I live, saith the Lord God, I have no pleasure in the death of the wicked; but that the wicked turn from his way and live: turn ye, turn ye from your evil ways; for why will ye die,