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December 15th, 2013

Malayalam Christmas Songs – Old and New Christmas MP3s

Old and New Christmas MP3s

Malayalam Christmas Songs – Old and New Christmas MP3 Songs

1. Aakasataaram
Aakasataaram
2. Annoru Ravathil
Annoru Ravathil
3. Bethlahem Jaathane
Bethlahem Jaathane
4. Bethlahemil Ravil
Bethlahemil Ravil
5. Christmas Ananju
Christmas Ananju
6. Christmas Ravananjna
Christmas Ravananjna
7. Deivaputhran
Deivaputhran
8. Deivam Pirakkunu
Deivam Pirakkunu
9. Doore Ninnum
Doore Ninnum
10. Kaali Thozhuthil
Kaali Thozhuthil
11. Kanyasuthane
Kanyasuthane
12. Kathukale Kelkkunnuvo
Kathukale Kelkkunnuvo
13. Katte Katte Nee Vaa
Katte Katte Nee Vaa
14. Kaval Malagamare
Kaval Malagamare
15. Kulir Choodum
Kulir Choodum
16. Malagamaarude
Malagamaarude
17. Malakhamar Paadi
Malakhamar Paadi
18. Malakhavrindam
Malakhavrindam
19. Manjum Thanuppum
Manjum Thanuppum
20. Manju Pothiyunna
Manju Pothiyunna
21. Manninum Poovinum
Manninum Poovinum
22. Merry Merry Merry Christmas
Merry Merry Merry Christmas
23. Ninne Vanangidunnu
Ninne Vanangidunnu
24. Nirmala Maname
Nirmala Maname
25. Paithalam Yesuve
Paithalam Yesuve
26. Paril Pirannu Devan
Paril Pirannu Devan
27. Pathiravayoru Neram
Pathiravayoru Neram
28. Patiraavil Bethlehemil
Patiraavil Bethlehemil
29. Ponnu Meera Kundirikkam
Ponnu Meera Kundirikkam
30. Poonthennal
Poonthennal
31. Pulkootil Vazhunna
Pulkootil Vazhunna
32. Puthiyoru Pulari
Puthiyoru Pulari
33. Rajavin Rajavezhunnallunu
Rajavin Rajavezhunnallunu
34. Rareeram Paadi Urakkam
Rareeram Paadi Urakkam
35. Rathri Rathri
Rathri Rathri
36. Shaandha Raathri
Shaandha Raathri
37. Thaaram Neela Vaanil
Thaaram Neela Vaanil
38. Tharakale
Tharakale
39. Thumbappoo Polulla
Thumbappoo Polulla
40. Unni Yesu Piranna Rathri
Unni Yesu Piranna Rathri
41. Unniyessu Nathane
Unniyessu Nathane
42. Vaanil Sangeetham
Vaanil Sangeetham
43. Vidarnnitunna Punchiri
Vidarnnitunna Punchiri
44. Yehoodhiyayile
Yehoodhiyayile

Given above are 44 Christmas songs in Malayalam language. These MP3 songs can be played back from this page. They consist of both old and new Malayalam Christmas songs. Just click on the Play button under each song title and the song will start in one or two seconds.

Its Christmas season again and so we thought this will be the best Christmas gift to all those Malayalis around the world.  We hope you all love each and every one of the above mallu Christmas songs. Have a blessed and wonderful Christmas season this year.

November 24th, 2013

What Do You See?

What do you see

“Do you see half full or half empty?” – that’s an oft heard question now. But still, it demands an honest answer. Interestingly, the Scriptures portray God asking a similar question to a young man, Jeremiah – “What do you see?”

Why is it important to see? Here are three major reasons.

1. It provides Precision

Every work needs clarity. Or else, nothing good will be accomplished. That’s why Proverbs 29:18 says, “If people can’t see what God is doing, they stumble all over themselves; but when they attend to what he reveals, they are most blessed”.

Walking in God’s revelation helps us to see and act according to God’s standards and will. Precision precedes productivity!

2. It amplifies the Objective

How do we measure our growth or success if the goal is vague and blurred? It is our ability to see which clarifies the goal to be reached.

Luke 11:33 says, “No one lights a lamp, then hides it in a drawer. It’s put on a lamp stand so those entering the room have light to see where they’re going”.

3. It releases Excitement

Matthew 2:10 records, “When they saw the star, they were thrilled with ecstatic joy”.

If you can’t see your goal, you can’t experience your goal! Seeing releases an emotional response. It brings satisfaction as well as motivation to go to the next level.

– – – written by Joe Abraham from www.joeandancy.com

November 23rd, 2013

5 Tips For The Race Of Life

5 Tips for the race of life

All of us are called to run a race. For some, it may be a lengthy one while for some others, it may not be so long.

We are not called to stand still. It may appear sometimes that standing still is the best option. Nevertheless it has a negative side also. Too much of ‘standing still’ can lead to too much more of ‘standing still’!

God’s original plan for each of us is to be ‘a mover and a shaker’. In other words, God wants us to keep ourselves engaged in the act of moving and doing. In spite of one’s failures and weaknesses, moving forward is the divine command that’s already been given. Look at Adam, the first man in the Bible. He was put in a lavishly wonderful garden, not to live lazily (“eat and sleep for tomorrow I die”!), but to work promptly.

Work isn’t a curse. It was ordained before any curse came on earth. Work is obedience to God because it was commanded by God Himself. It’s not wise to complain about your work because you are not there by accident but by divine appointment. You may like to see a change in your work. However God wants the work to change you – to change you into someone better, stronger and wiser.

It’s not enough to be satisfied with your work. You are given that work to bring improvement to your life and life skills. Being satisfied shouldn’t be connected to being comfortable. Even while being stretched, you can enjoy work.

Here are five ways to get back on track if you sense you have missed it.

1. Know Your Purpose

Jesus said in John 12:27 (ESV) “…for this purpose I have come…”. Here are three questions you must ask yourself to know your purpose.

a) What am I here for?
b) What are my goals?
c) What has my past taught me?

Answering these will give clarity to understanding your purpose in life.

2. Know Your Passion

Everyone has different passions. One may be interested to run a business. Another may be interested to be a missionary. Going for Scriptural examples, Joshua’s passion was different from that of David. Nehemiah was passionate to build while Elijah was passionate to prophecy.

What’s your passion? Find it to get back on track.

3. Know Your Potential

God has given each one of us great potential. We are accountable to Him for what He has given us (Matthew 25:14-30). It is said that only around 5% of people are interested in finding and developing their potential. Are you one among them?

Find out what you are good at. Find out how much you can grow in it.

4. Know Your Place

All of us are not called to function at the same place. A doctor has a different part to play compared to an engineer. Apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors and teachers have their own parts to do in the church (Ephesians 4:11-12).

Find out what’s your role on this earth.

5. Know Your Package

You are created in God’s image (Genesis 1:27). So you have a unique individuality and creativity.

Apostle Paul didn’t preach or write like apostle Peter. You have got something special to give to this world. You are different. Your product is different. Even when you do a job similar to others, you can mix it with your unique styles and tastes and offer it as a unique work. Bring out your unique and distinct package.

It is never too late to get back on track. Whatever has happened, now is the right and the best moment to get back on track if you are ‘standing still’. Jesus has promised to be with you all through the journey. So get back on track and enjoy the race!

– – – written by Joe Abraham from www.joeandancy.com

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