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  Tibetan, Gtsang in China Gtsang is a dialect of the Tibetan language, spoken over a wide area near the Tibetan border with Nepal. The Gtsang Tibetans are part of the Tibetan nationality, but they speak a language only partly intelligible with other Tibetan varieties. Captain O’Conner, the British trade agent at Gyantse in the […]

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The Day of the LORD (Joal 2:18-29)   What shall we do? Return to the Lord! (Joal 2:12) Rend your heart! (Joal 2:13) Repent your sins before the Lord! (Joal 2:17)   What are the promises of Lord for His people? The Lord will answer their prayers and will provide their needs. (Joal 2:18-19a) The […]

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Socotran

  Socotran in Yemen The Socotran live on the island of Socotra, which is located in shark-infested waters between the Horn of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. They differ from mainland Arabs, and are believed to be a mixture of Greek, Portuguese, African, and Arab. The Socotran engage in fishing, pearl diving, and small scale […]

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Megh (Hindu traditions)

Megh (Hindu traditions) in India IntroductionThe Megh (or Meghwal) are a Scheduled Caste whose primary occupation is farming. They worship Ram Devji and Bankar Mataji as the chief god and goddess of the community. Nowadays, the caste prejudice against them has died down to a large extent except in some remote areas. They have achieved […]

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 Namassej in Bangladesh Namassej in Bangladesh Some Namasudra own land and are engaged in cultivation, but a large number are daily-wage workers. Rickshaw-pulling, poultry farming and goat-rearing are secondary occupations. They profess Hinduism, and worship Lakshmi and Parameshwar. Their literacy rate, according to the 1981 census, is 29%. Ministry Obstacles The effective literacy rate may […]

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The Power of Gospel IV (Romans 10:1-13)   Why was the zeal of Israelite for God not with the truth? Because they did not know about the righteousness of God. (Rom 10:3a) Because they sought to establish their own righteousness. (Rom 10:3b) Because they did not surrender themselves to the righteousness of God. (Rom 10:3c)   […]

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Temne-Banta in Sierra Leone Centuries ago the Banta Themne left Guinea and established themselves in the northern province of Sierra Leone, bringing with them their traditional African beliefs as well as their Islamic faith. They live in the rural bush area of this West African nation. There are 159 villages. Several chiefs govern various Banta […]