Greetings in our sovereign covenant Lord’s name. I believed that for His mercy you are doing well in this cold winter there.
Here also temperature went down up to 65 F, so many people caught cold, and myself also got a very strong cold, coughing the whole night, could not sleep well, doctor gave me some injections as well as pills, last Sunday, my congregation had to bear with me my rough voice for too much coughing, but thankfully Lord’s Day worship went well.
So, I need to be short this time of report, but very interesting improvement in our government’s reforming the country, the Lord willing, next month I will report.
In His providence care we can still have Tuesday Bible class, and we still discussing “Essentials of Reformed Doctrine.” We reached lesson 14. We had a great deal of discussions with our reformed truth and our country’s so-called Christian view, which are sometime very different.
I am still very busy, editing my KJV Burmese translation, I started editing the book of 2 Thessalonians and I preached every week from out of that editing. And I reached translating chapter 23 of the book of Deuteronomy. Evening services Hidelberg Catechism, now I reach LD 11.
And every week put out Sunday Digest, I am still translating “For They Truth’s Sake” by Prof. Hanko, now I am still translating “Believers and Their Seed.” And I reached “Come, Ye Children,” by Gertrude Hoeksema, “Ehud Left-handed Judge.” Catechism classes, younger one, we started Heidel Berg Catechism, by Rev. Wilbur Bruinsma, this week we reach lesson 11. Older youth, I am teaching “Essentials of Reformed Doctrine, A Guide in Catechetical Instruction by Rev. Herman Hoeksema, Revised by Prof. Herman Hanko,” we are now re-discussion on the points that the youth have to know more, so we kind of free-hand discussions, youth asked me from lessons that they like to know more about or things they did not very clear the first time.
I start translating a new book, “Unfolding Covenant History,” by Homer C. Hoeksema, I am translating the chapter “The Creative Work in the Beginning.”
Thank you very much for supporting my ministry till today, without your help I cannot do all the things that I do for His people. Please, continues to pray for us, so that the name of the Lord will be glorified here in this land. I and my family also pray always for all of you and your families and congregations. The Lord’s blessings to you all.