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November 30th, 2010

Yeshua Band Songs

Yeshua Band Songs

Yeshua Band Songs – Top 5 Hindi christian songs from Yeshua Band

Play the five hindi tracks of the famous Indian Christian Band – Yeshua.

1. Aradhana (aah prabhu Yeshu aah)

Aradhana (aah prabhu yeshu aah)

2. Gao Hallelujah

Gao Hallelujah

3. Tere Paas Ata Hu

Tere paas ata hu – Yeshua band

4. Yeshu Ke Naam Se

Yeshu Ke Naam se

5. Yeshu Masiah

Yeshu Masiah

Yeshua Band Hindi Songs are given above. From the many Hindi Christian Bands, Yeshua is my personal favorite. Five top songs of Yeshua are given in this article. They are Aradhana (aah prabhu Yeshu aah), Gao Hallelujah, Tere Paas Ata Hu, Yeshu Ke Naam Se and Yeshu Masiah. These are very nice songs and i very much like the song ‘Tere paas ata hu’.

Given below is the Lyrics to Yeshua song ‘Tere paas ata hu’ …

Tere paas ata hu Yeshu tere paas
Har pal meri har saas teri stuti karti rahe
Har din meri har baat teri mahima gaati rahe (2)
Yeshua, Yeshua, Yeshua, Yeshua, Yeshua

About Yeshua Band

Yeshua’s music is themed around youth revival, and concentrates on conveying to the youth that it is impossible to live in this world without God and that putting God first is not un-cool.

Says Cameron, who has co-written the lyrics of the many Yeshua albums with his brother Aaron Mendes, “Much like the songs in the previous album, the ones in this album (Rock and Roll) too speak of Jesus, his greatness and what he did for us.” Apart from Cameron and Aaron, the other members of the band include Joshua on the synthesiser, Samuel on the drums, Anson on the lead guitar and Justin on the bass guitar.

We will keep adding more and more Christian hindi songs from Yeshua Band. So keep checking back.
November 30th, 2010

The Rich and The Heaven

The Rich and The Heaven

The Gospel presents why anyone who is materially rich to himself will not enter the Kingdom of Heaven.

Jesus had on many an occasion, categorically declared that ‘the rich’ will have a tough time finding God, the eternal Truth. All those parables with central characters of rich and the famous never find favor with Jesus to the extent that He even refuses to mention the rich and the mighty with a name…! He simply says ‘a rich man’, but the poor fellow lying at the rich man’s gate has a name…a face that Jesus readily recognizes as Lazarus.

The rich ruler who went up to Jesus and asked Him whether there was anything else he should do to attain the Kingdom of God, got a prompt reply, “you still lack one thing, sell everything you have and give it to the poor and you will have treasure in heaven. Then come and follow me” (Lk. 18: 18 – 29). The Gospel says; the rich man left Jesus with a heavy heart, as he could not part with his fortune. For him the Kingdom of Heaven looked too small in stark contrast with the vast empire he owned.

A little later, in the Gospel of St. Luke we find the miraculous transformation of the ruthless tax collector, Zaccheus after Jesus entered his home. We find an excited Zaccheus announcing a rather shocking declaration in front of Jesus. “Look, Lord! Here and now I give half of my possessions to the poor and if I have cheated anybody out of anything, I will pay back four times the amount” (Lk.19:1-9).

How was that while the rich guy, who could not even think of selling his possessions and giving them to the poor, Zaccheus a notorious and ruthless tax collector could empty himself for Jesus probably in a matter of couple of hours? Remember, the rich ruler was not all a bad guy; rather he was a ‘good and decent gentleman’ of his time who apparently in full faith had been practicing the Commandments, that too from his childhood days. Even Jesus agrees that he lacks only one thing. Where as our hero, Zaccheus was corrupt to the core, a man even the society looked upon with contempt! What transpired during the meeting between Jesus and Zaccheus is shrouded in mystery! Luke is eloquently silent on what really happened in that short span of time while Jesus and his starving team of disciples probably were enjoying a rare and hearty meal!

It also is a bit strange that, Jesus, the chief guest of the occasion, never uttered a word of appreciation until Zaccheus made his announcement. But the response from the Lord was instantaneous, once the declaration was made; responding, “Today salvation has come to this house” (Lk.19:9-10). Jesus says the whole family is saved by the great sacrifice offered by the head of the family, Zaccheus. But then the declaration by Zaccheus, ensured a clean sweep of the entire fortune of his worldly holdings, reducing him to absolute zero as far his financial credibility and social acceptance are concerned! Where did he get the courage to disown his every savings for a man whom he had not met before and have had only very little knowledge? The onlookers would have been thoroughly baffled by the stupidity of his action, as we also would react very often!

But something deep within his soul, Zaccheus felt a transformation taking place which he himself could not decline…rather resist…! His decision came very swift…even without his being fully aware of what is happening around…and what could be the implications! He only knew that he need not have the worldly possessions but cannot afford to go on without the Lord who relieved him from his bondages.

In the case of the Rich Ruler, the events had a different complexion altogether. We find the Rich Ruler an enthusiastic seeker of the Kingdom of God. But his enthusiasm decelerates into a total withdrawal when he is told that he has a ‘heavy baggage’ which he needs to dispose off before he could enter the gates of eternal salvation.

‘The rich and the famous’ story in Luke 16:19-31, is another example where Jesus points his accusing finger on the rich. Jesus refuses to give a name to the rich man. We may feel that the rich man did not do anything really wrong. In fact, he even allowed the beggar Lazarus to be at his gate, which many of us would have not dared to do knowing well that he was a Leper, allowed him to pick up the bits and pieces of wasted food from the dining table of his durbar..! The rich man allowed Lazarus as much comfort as possible at his gate. He never chased him out but occasionally fed him even while his dogs were licking his sores! It is only natural that the funeral of Lazarus would have been fully sponsored by the rich man, which would have given him an even better image in the public eye.

Yet again Jesus sends out a strong warning to the rich and the mighty in St.Luke12:13 – 21, calling the rich man, ‘a fool!’ In fact, Jesus had as his friends quite a few people who were rich and famous. Lazarus, the brother of Martha and Mary, the man who was raised from the dead by the Lord, who it seems had inherited and owned a huge fortune, was one of Jesus’ close friends. The Joseph of Arimathea was also very rich and influential but his heart was very close to Jesus. He used his influence to get permission from Pontius Pilate, to remove Jesus’ body from the Cross and then went on to donate his new grave for the Son of God.

Jesus disapproved attachments to worldly belongings which distanced man from God, his creator. He knew, money, ‘Mammon’ is the root cause for all evils. In Luke 12: 15, Jesus made it amply clear “Then he said to them; watch out! Be on your guard against all kinds of greed, a man’s life does not consist in the abundance of his possessions.” Jesus knew very well that wealth makes a man blind to the love of God and to the love towards his fellow men. This is because the rich feel that they do not need anybody, not even God… because they replace God by money, fame, beauty etc., in short by ‘Mammon’. And then you cannot worship both Mammon and God together!

When Zaccheus made his intentions public, he was cutting loose the attachments to his riches. Jesus saw that moment of release from the clutches of slavery to the ‘Mammon ‘and declared him a winner.

If we could join with our whole heart prophet Habakkuk to pray without even feeling an iota of doubt or fear, “Though the fig trees does not bud and there are no grapes on the vines, though the olive crop fails, and the fields produce no food, though there are no sheep in the pen and no cattle in the stalls, yet I will rejoice in the Lord! I will be joyful in God, my savior. The Sovereign Lord is my strength; He makes my feet like the feet of a deer, He enables me to go on the heights!” (Habbakkuk 3:17- 19).

– – – written by Jose Mattappallil

November 29th, 2010

Experience : The Best Teacher

Experience The Best Teacher

A young man presented himself to the local expert on gems and said he wanted to become a gemologist. The expert bushed him off because he feared the youth would not have the patience to learn. The young man pleaded for a chance. Finally, the expert consented and told the youth, “Be here tomorrow.”

The next morning the expert put a jade stone in the boy’s hand and told him to hold it. The expert then went about his work, cutting, weighing and setting gems. The boy sat quietly and waited. The following morning the expert again placed the jade stone in the youth’s hand and told him to hold it. On the third, fourth and fifth days, the expert repeated the exercise and the instructions.

On the sixth day, the youth held the jade stone, but he could no longer stand the silence. “Master, he asked, when am I going to learn something?”

“You will learn,” the expert replied and went about his business.

Several more days went by and the youth’s frustration mounted. One morning as the expert approached and beckoned for him to hold out his hand, he was about to blurt out that he could go on no longer. But as the master placed the stone in the youth’s hand, the young man exclaimed without looking at his hand, “This is not the same jade stone!”

“You have begun to learn,” said the master.

Experience is the Best Teacher

Even Moses had absolutely no confidence. And God even stopped the mans stutter. It was experience that gave Moses confidence.

The Christian faith is a practical faith. God employs experience in order to teach us, to develop our abilities. And even then, He is more interested in the interaction He has with us in the process than He is in teaching us anything at all. God is not our boss, He is our Father. The whole world is an educational playground God is using to bring you toward perfection, to raise you as His own child.

It is very difficult for us Americans to believe in the God who guides us through educational experiences. Advertising teaches us that if we invest something, we get magical products that solve our problems. But God is more interested in being with us, than in entertaining us from a stage.

The truth is, if you do the work and gain the experience, you’ll have more confidence because you’ll actually know what you’re doing, and you will have spent some great time with God.

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