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Learning from the Tamangs

In a departure from our regular focus this issue explores the work of Christ among one of the more Buddhist ethnic groups of Nepal—the Tamangs. The story is both heart-warming and salutary. How we cry out to our sovereign God to multiply such movements throughout the region. But may we learn from the mistakes and not grieve the Holy Spirit as he must surely have been in recent years. We hope you find the articles helpful. Let us know if you require further copies to distribute to friends. Keep the letters coming.

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Pain in any organ of the body is a voice which gives the alarm of danger. Just so, pain and unrest of soul are the result of sin. Like the sense of touch in the body, conscience warns us of coming danger and destruction, and urges us to take the steps necessary for salvation.

Sundar Singh, Reality and Religion

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