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I Can’t Believe He Read the Whole Thing

A Passion for the Word

In the first three months of having the Bible in his own language, Molesse read Genesis, Ruth, 1 and 2 Samuel, Daniel, Jonah, Malachi and the whole New Testament. And since at this point the Bible in Lolo consists of the New Testament and selected portions of the Old Testament, that was the whole thing. In three months.

Lolo believer with Bible

It Speaks to His Heart

It’s not like Molesse never had access to a Bible before. He had a Bible in Chichewa, one of the more prominent languages in his part of Mozambique, but he never had much interest in reading it. He explained, “When you read and you understand and find exciting things, you keep reading. Before we had the Bible in our language, we would read just a little bit and then put the Bible away because we did not understand very well what we were reading.”

And that’s the whole point of heart language ministries. Using the language of the Lolo people opens doors to their hearts.

Unloading the Lolo Bibles

Partner in Heart Language Ministry

As the end of the year approaches, we’d like to give you an opportunity to underwrite heart language ministries around the world with a special gift to Ethnos360.

Your gift will fund the backbone of services that are necessary for missionaries around the world to focus on the complex task of establishing a thriving church, involving many difficult processes that require their concentration, such as:

Learning the language

Understanding the culture

Developing an alphabet

Translating the Bible

Teaching clear Bible lessons

Identifying and mentoring leaders and teachers

How can they do all those things? By trusting God, of course, with the backing of partners like you.

Tags: Africa, Bible translation, Mission News, Prayer, Lolo People Mozambique,
POSTED ON Oct 13, 2019 by Ian Fallis

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