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Sepna ziak a ginglou te hih dan va hih tei

Mihingte' i piang ua pat i sihhun dong i gil uh kialhun om in vah hun le om zel hi, nikhat a a tangpi in nihvei thumvei bang kial deuh tangpi a, nek di i neih chiang a vah hizel mai.. I khelna te uh ziak ei mihing'ten gim-le-tawl a nekzong di i hi ua, huchi'n kholul kai gim pipi in nek i zong ngei uhi, huchi lou deuh a awlsam zodeuh a nek zong bangle omtham mah le uh  amau awlsam zodeuh a nekzong na a muh theih na di ua hun, sum tampi mah ana seng zel uh , a om dan bel, nuam deuh a nekzong di chi leng laisiam ngai, laisiam na dia hun piak poimoh, sum le poimoh hizel, huchia hi khovel paidan hizel ahi, ka gen ut tak bel magic a nuamtak a i utut omthei hilou inchin i loh ching na dia i struggle ngai. chi nuam ka hi,
Awle unau te Struggle lou a nekpianglou ahi chi ni, huchi ahi le, miteng a semthei laih siah in chu  isep ahoih a i struggle chiat chiang ua ei innsung, i veng , i gam i nam adia khantou na hon tun tu ahi,, Sunday school bang ana kikaisma hivnen, Daniel tangthu hn hilh uh ka thei mialmial lai hven,, huchi'n ken le kalwmnu ka thei dandan in kon hilh sam hi.. ka lawmnu ahi le septheihthei sem dia vaigampur lam a om ahi.. chimaini eitheiphak na tan lah siamsin na ana sunzom nonlou ahi chia, dawrk ngak di khat hn sem hive aw,  agam tuam dungzui a khosak khohei dan le ana tuam pah a, Pathiani bang kikhom theinonlou in a lut ni pen hn hi hi,,, huchin asepna ua chu alouthielou a darshan a bawl zel uh hn ngaita a, aman lah ei lungsim taktak a i biak kei nak le chi in ahih zel hi,
Hun hn paitou zel a, Daniel tangthu te khong azak chia lungkhoih ahih ngei dia, hilele eilungsim taktak hi a poimoh pen chi zel in  ginglou te hihdandan in darshan a bawl zel poi a sa non kei hi,,. Nikhat ngei chu damlouhna nasaktak hn tuak a,,, lam etna bangmah omnon lou ahih lai in hon damsuah non hi,
Damlou a omlai a Pathian vaki laak in chi amang lama, Nna nasep na muh  ha kei min in na pangngam kei, milim na bia a huaiziak in na hinna kon laksak dia meidil ah kon paih di achi le, Jesu'n pa amah ngaidam  achi le ngaidam inchin.. tua hinna lak louh aom eihchu.
lawnnu le, hon damsiang tak in Pathian a dia kipika thakna a nei a, Pathian bangkim ahih dan hn theih chiangtak in, a sepna a atawp a  Pathian ah hn kinga top a , huchi'n Pathian deihsak na tang in ama hn vang petmah a tu'n Foreign a Bible zil in a om hi, huchi in the End. na simsuak ziak in kipak e,
Gelhtu tongsuah pan "laigelh kisin kahi,, gelh dan man naikou kahih chia gelhsiam nailou, poiteuhkei'

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