안녕하세요. (Hello.) 잘지내요? (How are you?) 내 소망이 모든 친구는 행복애요. (I hope that all my friends are fine.) 으리는 기도교인 이면 모든이 하나님화 함께 있고 십어요. (If we are Christians, we want to be with God.) 하나님이 우리의 즐거움 이예요. (God is our pleasure.)
내 주를 가까이 하게 함은
Nearer My God to Thee
내 주를 기까이 하게 함은
Nearer my God to thee, nearer to thee!
십자가 짐갘은 고생이다
E’en though it be a cross that raiseth me
내 일 생소 원은 늘 창송하 면서
Still all my song shall be, nearer by God to thee
주 께더 나 가기 원합니다.
Nearer my God, to thee, nearer to thee.
Verse 2 (2 절)
내 고 생 하는 것 옛야곰이
Though like the wanderer, the sun gone down
돌 베개 베고잠 같 습니다
Darkness be over me, my rest a stone
꿈에도 소원히 늘 찬송 하면서
Yet in my dreams I’d be nearer my God, to thee
주 께더 너 가기 원 합니다.
Verse 3 (3 절)
천성에 가는 길 홉하여도
There let the way appear steps unto Heaven
생명 길 되 나니 은 행로다
All that thou sendest me in mercy given
천사 날 부르니 늘 찬성 하면서
Angels to beckon me, nearer my God to thee
주 께더 나 가기 원합니다.
Nearer my God to thee, nearer to thee.
Verse 4 (4 절)
야곱이 잠 깨어 일어나후
Then with my waking thoughts bright with thy praise
돌단을 쌓은 것 본받아서
Out of my stony griefs, Bethel I’ll raise
숨길땨 된록 늘 찬성 하 면서
So by my woes to be nearer my God to thee, nearer to thee
Buna dimineata. (Good morning.) Ce mai faci? (How are you?) Sper ca esti bine. (I hope you are fine.) Duminica cel din urma, noi am cantat cantecul aceasta la biserica. (We sang this song last Sunday at church.) E un cantec pe care intotdeauna ma a inspirit. ( It is a song that has always inspired me.) Si asi vreu sa o impart la voi. (And I would like to share it with you.)
Buenos Dias. (Good Morning.) Como estas? (How are you?) Cada persona anda en una senda en ‘esta vida. (Every person walks on a path in this life.) Unas sendas van under vida es felice. (Some paths go where life is happy.) Unas sendas van en lugares pericoles. (Some paths go where the places are dangerous.) Unas sendas van donde hay muchas problemas y otras van under la vida es mas falcile. (Some paths go where there are a lot of problems and others go where life is easier.) Y a los fines de las sendas, nostros podemos llegamos en lugares diferintes. (And at the end of the paths, we can arrive in different places.) Hay una senda solamente que llega en Cielo unde Dios viven. (There is only one path that arrives in Heaven where God lives.) Queremos encontrar la mayor senda. (We want to find the best path.) Se que la mayor senda esta hacia Dios. (I know that the best path is toward God.)
Buna Ziua. (Hello.) Ce mai faci? (How are you?) Astazi e Duminica. (Today is Sunday.) Am mers la biserica sa slujesc pe Dumnezeu. (I went to church to worship God.) Sper ca si tu ai mers. (I hope you went too.) Mergem sa slujim pe Dumnezeu, si e o placerea. (We go to worship God, and it is a pleasure.) Intotdeauna ma bucura cand slujesc pe Dumnezeu. (I am always happy when I worship God.) Si noi am cantat cantecul acest azi de dimineata. (And, we sang this song this morning.) Cand am invatat cantecul acest, am fost la Abilene en Texas la o intalnire de missionare si am fost en concediu de Romania pentru ca am fost locuind in Romania atunci. (When I learned this song, I was in Abilene Texas a a meeting of missionaries and I was on furlough from Romania because I was living in Romania then.) Imi placut locuind in Romania mult, si imi placut sa mearga la intalire de missionare mult. (I liked living in Romania a lot, and I liked to go to the missionary meetings a lot.) Si imi place atat de mult sa aduna cu celealte pe care iubesc pe Dumnezeu la biserica. (And, I like so much to gather with the others who love God at church.)
We Have Come into This House
Noi Am Adunat in Casa Aceasta
We have come into this house and gathered in his name to worship him. (sing three times)
Noi am venit in casa aceasta si am adunat in numele lui sa il slujesc pe el. (Cantati de trei ori)
Worship him, Christ the Lord.
Il slujiti pe el, Hristos, Domnul.
So forget about yourself and concentrate on him and worship him. (sing three times)
Asa te iuti despre tu insusi si gandesti de el si slujiti pe el. (cantata de tre ori)
Worship him, Christ the Lord.
Il slujiti pe el, Hristos, Domnul.
Let us lift up holy hands and magnify his name and worship him. (sing three times)
Ne lasati sa ricia manele sfantele si sa marim pe numele lui si il slujim pe el. (cantata de trei ori)
Buenos Dia. Como estas? (How are you?) Espero que todos estan bien hoy. (I hope everyone is fine today.) Si no estas bien, Dios nos da muchos aramas para usar para superar problemas. (If everything is not fine, God gives us many weapons to use to overcome our problmes.) El Espiritu Santo es maravilloso. (The Holy Spirit is wonderful.) ‘El nos da amor, gozo, paz, paciencia, benignidad, bondad, fe, mansedumbre, y templanza para superar problemas noastras. (He gives us love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faith, meekness, and self control to overcome our problems.) Dios nos da armadura a ganar. (God gives us armor to win.) ‘El nos da el evangelio de paz. (He gives us the gospel of peace.) ‘El nos da el escudo de fe. (gives us the shield of faith.) Y mas, ‘el nos da el yelmo de salvacion y la espada de espiritu que es la palabra de Dios. (And more, he gives us the helmet of salvation and the sword of the spirit which is the word of God.)Nos da oraciones y amigos cristianos. (He gives us prayers and Christian friends.) ‘El nos da canciones espirituales. (He give us spiritual songs.) Dios nos da tanto mucho a ayudarnos a traves de nuestras problemas. (God gives us so much to help us through our problems.)
인녕하세요. (Hello.) 잘지내요? (How are you?) 내 소망이 모들 친구는 괜찬아요. (I hope all my friends are fine.) 이 브로그 존애 브로그를 읽으먼 당신이 오늘은 우리가 무재들을 있었다 알아요. (if you read the blog before this blog, you know that we had problems today.) 하지만 지금은 모들이 괜찬아요. (But, everything is fine now.) 내 딸이 고녀의 직업에 있다고 내가 집애 있언어요. (My daughter is at her job, and I am at home.) 문재를 해결 할때 모즌 사감들이 행복해요. (When there is a problem, everyone is happy when it is solved.) 내 소망이 내 친구들이 문재 엇어요. ( I hope none of my friends have problems.) 하지만 무재 있으면 재소망이 이 무재를 쉽게 래결 수 있어요. (However, if you have problems, I hope you can solve your problems easily.) 언제가 우리는 조혀 문재가 되지 않아요. (Someday, we won’t have problems at all.) 우리는 녜수님을 다라 가만 예수님이 우리를 천국를 약속 했어요. (If we follow Jesus, Jesus promised us Heaven.) 천국에 무재 없어요. (There are no problems in Heaven.) 에수님이 정말 우리의 친구 이예요. (Jesus is truly our friend.)
Fairest Lord Jesus
만우릐 주재 존귀하신 예수
Fairest Lord Jesus, ruler of all nature,
사람이 되신 하나님 나사 모하여
Oh though of man and God the son, thee will I cherish
영언히 섬 길내 영광 되신 주 로다.
Thee will I honor, my soul’s glory, joy, and crown.
Verse 2. (2절)
화려 한 동 산 무 성한 저 수 목
Fair are the meadows, fairer still the woodlands
다 아름답고 뵤하나 순전한 에수
Robed in the blooming garb of spring, Jesus is fairer
더 이름다 워봅 같은 기쁜 주시네
Jesus is purer who makes the woeful heart to sing.
Verse 3. (3젛)
광면 한 해 와 명랑 한 저 달 빛
Fair is the sunshine, fairer still the moonlight
수 많은 별을 빛나나 주예수 빛은
And all the twinkling starry hosts, Jesus shines brighter
더 찬란 하 여참비교 할수없 도다.
Jesus shines purer than all the angels Heaven can boast.
Yesterday, when I went out of my house, my tire was almost completely flat. I was on my way to a Spanish Bible class, and really didn’t want to miss it. I decided the thing to do was just go to the nearest gas station and get some air in the tire, and then decide what to do after that, whether to find a place to get it changed or go on to the Spanish Bible class. When I got to the gas station, I know they had to have a place to air up tires, but I didn’t know where it was, so I went inside to ask. One of the ladies behind the counter directed me to the air machine. I pulled my car up close to it, took the cap of my tire, and tried to connect the air nozzle to my tire, but nothing worked. I really didn’t know what I was doing. I went back inside hoping they would give me some instructions on what to do. The lady who directed me to the air machine told me just to go back to my car, and she would be there in a minute to help me. She came and showed me a big red button I had to push. She insisted on putting the air in the tire for me. I appreciated her help and let her know, and then I went on down the road.
I still had a decision to make. Should I go on to the Bible class or miss it and go directly to the Wal-Mart garage to get my tire changed? I wasn’t sure how late Wal-Mart stayed open and wasn’t sure I had enough cash to pay for it. I decided to go on to the Spanish Bible class and check how my tire was doing when I got there because it was close to Wal-Mart. When I got there, it seemed that no air had escaped from the tire at all. I was encouraged, so I went into the class. After the class, I came out and checked my tire again. It seemed that no air had escaped at all, and that made me happy because it was almost time to get my daughter from work. I drove home and after a bit, I got in the car again to go get my daughter. My tire seemed fine, but I knew it wasn’t. I knew I would have to get someone to look at it and fix it even if it seemed temporarily fixed. However, I knew it was just too late to find someone to fix it, so we went on to bed.
The next morning, I went out early before church to see what the tired looked like. It had lost quite a bit of air during the night, but the tire wasn’t flat yet. I told my daughter we would have to leave early for church so I could stop and get some more air on the way to church. I stopped at the gas station for air again. I struggled trying to do it myself because it wasn’t as easy as it looked, but I got some air in it. We drove it on into town discussing what we should do, go on to Wal-Mart to get it fixed or on to church. We pulled into the church parking lot, and it looked the same as when I had put the air in, so we decided we could stay for church.
After services, my daughter went outside right away to check the tire again. It didn’t seem to have changed. We thought perhaps we could go to Bible class after services too. We had never had our car looked at for anything at Wal-Mart, but I thought of their garage because it was the weekend, and I was afraid others would be close. My daughter looked them up on the internet, and they were open, but the website said the garage closed at 12:00, so we decided we had better go on to Wal-Mart and get the tire changed and go to Bible class next time because it was already between 11:15-11:30.
When we got to Wal-Mart, it was 11:45. We were hoping there would be no problem, and they would take the car right in and change the tire. We went in, and they told us to put the car between the cones and the wall. When we went back and got our car, there was a line of cars between the cones and the wall. We were last in line, and I was hoping they wouldn’t decide to just close before we got up to the front of the line. We finally got up to the front of the line, and there was a man there asking us lots of questions about our car so they would know what they had to do. He gave us a ticket with a number, and we gave him our name and phone number, and we left the car with the keys in it.
We went into Wal-Mart thinking it was a good time to eat lunch while we waited for our car because we knew there was a restaurant in Wal-Mart. We at lunch at Subway Sandwiches. After that, we decided to shop a little while we waited, and surely we thought by the time we were finished, our car would be finished or almost finished. However, when we were finished, they hadn’t even started on our car. It made my daughter worry because she had to be at work at 3:00. There were lots of people trying to get their cars fixed, and the line was long at the cash register to pay for getting their car fixed. We found some benches and waited. My daughter just kept worrying about the time because she didn’t want to be late to work, not so much because it would hurt her with her boss, but because she has a job where someone must be there all the time, and if she was late coming, the person she would be relieving would be inconvenienced and have to stay late. She kept saying that she had never called an Uber (a modern Taxi company in America), but that she might have to if she wanted to be to work on time. I was really hoping she didn’t have to.
We got encouraged because they called our name over the loud speaker, and we thought our car was done. However, it wasn’t. They were looking for what they called “a key” to our tires, and could find it. I have seen many tires changed and my dad even tried to teach me to change a tire, but I had never heard of a key for the tires. The mechanic said that every car had one, and without the key, he couldn’t get any of the lug nuts off the tires. I suggested it might be in the trunk because I know the crow bar, the spare tire, etc. were all in the trunk. However, he went to look, and it wasn’t there. He came back telling us it wasn’t there and wanting to know where we bought our car. We bought our car from a mechanic, so surely he would have known about that key, but I didn’t even remember his name at that point. The Wal-Mart Mechanic suggested that it might be in the glove compartment, so my daughter went to check the glove compartment, and she found it! I felt like it was just odd because I had never heard of cars having keys to get the lug nuts off. My dad used to have a tool that had different sized ending on it that looked like the key to our tires to take the lug nuts off, and each ending was a different size, but I never learned what it was called.
My daughter said that by 2:20, if they hadn’t changed the tire, she would have to call an Uber. Luckily, about 2:15, they called our name again, and the car was finished. We paid a little over $60.00 for the tire and the taxes. I drove my daughter on to work.
I appreciated it because it was a real learning experience for me. I learned how to put air in a tire. I learned that if you get enough air in the tires, you can drive it on to wherever you need to go to get it fixed. I also learned that it takes a long time at Wal-Mart to get something fixed in the garage that only takes a few minutes to do because everyone is there trying to get waited on. I looked on the sign by the door that went into the garage department at the back of Wal-Mart, and it said they were actually open until 6:00 on Saturdays and Sundays, but it was kind of in parenthesis unlike the other numbers. I decided that maybe it is because they stop taking cars at 12:00 to try to be out of there by 6:00, but perhaps since they are there until 6:00, if it an emergency, they would take your car anyway after 12:00. It had already been too late for me to try to get my tire changed Saturday evening by the time I realized I had a tire problem, and I had suspected it. That is why I didn’t take the car there on Saturday. I also learned about the key to your tires. I had never heard of it, and both my dad and my husband worked on cars. My dad was good enough that he was hired as a mechanic at one point, but didn’t continue because he said it didn’t pay enough. You would have thought someone would have mentioned that key to me before because I can talk car engines with the best of them, check my own oil, add anti-freeze and water, give a jump, etc., but even though I had been shown how to change a tire, I never have. I learned a lot trying to get the tire taken care of, and I am always happy to learn. Finally, our tire is fine.