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February 18th, 2011

Malayalam Christian Devotional Songs by Kester

Kester Devotional Singer

1. Amme Amme Thaye Ammakkeka Makane

Amme Amme Thaaye by Kester

2. Aa Viral Thumbonnu Thottal

Aa Viral Thumbonnu Thottal by Kester

3. Aradhikunnu Aradhikunnu

Aradhikunnu Aradhikunnu by Kester

4. Chenchora Ozhugum

Chenchora Ozhugum by Kester

5. Daivathin Puthranam Eesho Mishihaye

Daivathin Puthranam Eesho Mishihaye

These 5 Malayalam Christian devotional songs given above are from Kester, the devotional mallu singer from Kerala. These 5 songs include Amme Amme Thaaye Ammakkeka Makane, Aa Viral Thumbonnu Thottal, Aradhikunnu Aradhikunnu, Chenchora Ozhugum and Daivathin Puthranam Eesho Mishihaye. The first song ‘Amme Amme Thaaye’ is a very popular song asking Mother Mary’s help to guide us through the troubles of life.

There are a lot of good malayalam Christian devotional songs sung by Kester. Thanks to our friend Bijoy who is sharing with us his entire collection of Kester Malayalam MP3 songs, through the new ‘upload your files’ feature in TBTG website. You can see the button towards the top left side and can contribute your files too. God Bless You All. Lets praise our God together with Kester using these lovely devotional songs sung by Kester.

Malayalam Christian Songs More Here:-

Set 01Set 02Set 03Set 04Set 05
Set 06Set 07Set 08Set 09 — Set 10
Set 16Set 17 Set 18
February 17th, 2011

Help Only From Right Source

Help Only From Right Source

I am the Lord your God… you shall have no other gods before me. This age old law obliges us to seek all our supernatural knowledge and power from the Blessed Trinity. Seeking it from creatures is very dangerous.

We ask the Father or the Son or the Holy Spirit to supply our needs. We are safe when we follow Jesus. While interceding with the saints, we rely on the special privileges and benefits that God has given them. We venerate Mother Mary and saints because we cannot deny whom God has accepted. Yet, worship and adoration belong to God alone.

There are many cases where young people dabble in white magic or, sometimes, black magic which is used to harm people. Occasionally they may feel driven towards this as an outlet for their anger, for their pain, or as a means to get revenge in a powerful way or even to get a good friend from the supernatural world.

There are also some people especially youth, who invite the spirits for their help. Under the guise of good spirits, the Devil is coming to help them. They suffer great negative consequences and live to regret this curiosity. Many are not even able to overcome its bad effects; thus it shows that the devil tries to make them slaves. Instead of magic, our young people could follow Jesus who is the living source of all power and authority.

In the testimony we see how superstition can do damage to the person who employs it. It shows how easily one can fall into despair, and the great suffering and tragedy that can result. In particular, it emphasizes how Jesus is the answer. He said, “I am the way, the truth and the life… (John 14:6).

If we but surrender our pain and suffering to Jesus, He will bring about the means of forgiveness and healing. The love and forgiveness of the Lord Jesus is the only good way out of any difficult situation.

February 16th, 2011

Guardian Angels

Guardian Angels

Perhaps no aspect of Catholic piety is as comforting to parents as the belief that an angel protects their little ones from dangers real and imagined. Yet guardian angels are not just for children.

Their role is to represent individuals before God, to watch over them always, to aid their prayer and to present their souls to God at death. The concept of an angel assigned to guide and nurture each human being is a development of Catholic doctrine and piety based on Scripture but not directly drawn from it.

Jesus’ words in Matthew 18:10 best support the belief: “See that you do not despise one of these little ones, for I say to you that their angels in heaven always look upon the face of my heavenly Father.”

Devotion to the angels began to develop with the birth of the monastic tradition. St. Benedict gave it impetus and Bernard of Clairvaux, the great 12th century reformer, was such an eloquent spokesman for the guardian angels that angelic devotion assumed its current form in his day. A feast in honour of the guardian angels was first observed in the 16th century. In 1615, Pope Paul V added this feast of Guardian Angels to the Roman calendar.

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