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Ko Ihu te Atua? I a Ihu ake titau ki te waiho i te Atua?

Kua kore i tuhituhia i roto i a Ihu i te Biblia rite mea te kupu pau, “Ko ahau te Atua.” E kore e tikanga, Heoi, e kore i te kauwhau i ia e he ia te Atua. Tikina hoki tauira kupu e Ihu ‘i roto i John 10:30, “Ahau me te Matua, kotahi.” Me anake tatou ki te titiro i te Hurai ‘hohenga ki tona parau ki te mohio i te kī e ia ki te Atua hei. Tamata ratou ki te kohatu a ia mo te take tenei rawa. “…koe, he tangata mere, titau ki te waiho i te Atua” (John 10:33). I matau ki te Hurai rite te mea i a Ihu e kereme-atua. Ite e kore e Ihu whakakahore tana kerēme ki te waiho i te Atua. A, no ka korerotia e Ihu, “Ahau me te Matua, kotahi” (John 10:30), I mea ia e ia, me te Matua, ko o tetahi āhua me te ngako. John 8:58 Ko tetahi tauira. a Ihu whakaaturia, “Korerotia e ahau ki a koutou i te pono, i mua i whanau a Aperahama i, Ko ahau!” Ko te whakautu o nga Hurai te hunga i rongo i tēnei tauākī, ko ki te tango ake kohatu ki te whakamatea ia mo te kohukohu, ka pera me ta te Ture a Mose ki a ratou ki te mahi (Leviticus 24:15).

Reiterates John i te ariā o te atua a Ihu’: “ko te Atua ano te Kupu” me te “ka te Kupu kikokiko” (John 1:1, 14). Āta tohu teie mau irava e, o Iesu te Atua i roto i te kikokiko. Mahi 20:28 parau mai ia tatou, “Kia hepara o te hahi o te Atua, i hokona e ia ki ona ake toto.” Ko wai ka hokona e te hahi-te hahi a te Atua,-ki ona ake toto? A Ihu Karaiti. Mahi 20:28 ta e hokona te Atua tona hahi ki te tona ake toto. Na reira, a Ihu, ko te Atua!

Thomas korerotia te akonga mo Ihu, “Toku Ariki, e toku Atua,” (John 20:28). E kore e whakatika ia Ihu. E akiaki ana Titus 2:13 ia tatou ki te tatari mo te tae mai o to tatou Atua, me te Faaora, a Ihu Karaiti (vakai foki, 2 Pita 1:1). I roto i Hiperu s 1:8, e ai ta te Matua o Ihu, “Ko e pā ana ki te Tama a te kupu ia, ‘Tou torona, e te Atua, ka mau tonu a ake ake, me te tika, ka hei te hepeta o tou kingitanga.’” Kōrero i te Matua ki a Ihu rite “e te Atua” whakaatu i te mea pono a Ihu te Atua.

I roto i te Apokalupo, whakaakona tetahi anahera i te apotetoro ko Ioane ki te koropiko ki te Atua anake (Apokalupo 19:10). E rave rahi mau taime i roto i te karaipiture a Ihu whiwhi koropiko (Matthew 2:11, 14:33, 28:9, 17; Luke 24:52; John 9:38). Kore ia riria iwi mō te koropiko ki a ia. Ki te kore i a Ihu e te Atua, kua korerotia e ia ki te iwi ki te kore e koropiko ki a ia, kia rite ki nga mahi a te anahera i roto i te Apokalupo. He maha atu irava, me irava o te karaipiture e tohe mo te atua a Ihu ‘.

Ko te take i tino nui e kua a Ihu ki te waiho i te Atua, ko e ki te he e kore ia te Atua, tana mate e kore i nava’i ki te utu i te utu mo te hara o te ao (1 John 2:2) kua. He oranga i hanga, i pai kia a Ihu, ki te kahore i ia te Atua, e kore e taea te utu i te utu e hiahiatia ana mo te hara faito ore ki te Atua mure ore. Te Atua anake i taea e utu i tētahi taua whiu e taea. Anake i taea e tangohia e te Atua i runga i te hara o te ao (2 Kolinitoó 5:21), mate, a faahou, whakamatautau ana i runga i te wikitoria hara, me te mate.

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E te Atua i te tīariari? He taunakitanga mo te oraraa o te Atua? ╰⊰¸¸.•¨* Maori (New Zealand)

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E te Atua i te tīariari?

He taunakitanga mo te oraraa o te Atua?

E kore e taea te mohiotia kikī ranei te oraraa o te Atua. Ko te Biblia ta e ti’a ia tatou ia farii i te whakapono ki te meka e te vai te Atua: “A, kahore hoki he whakapono e taea ki te pai te Atua i te reira, no te mea me whakapono tetahi e haere mai ana ki a ia e te vai ia me e utu e ia te hunga e rapu ana ia i ata” (Hiperu 11:6). Ki te penei ta te Atua e hiahiatia ana, i taea noa kitea ia, ka whakamatau ki te ao katoa e te vai ia. Otiia ki te mea i taua e ia, i reira e kia kahore he take mo te whakapono. “Na ka korero ki a Ihu ki a ia, ‘No te mea kua kite koe i ahau, i whakapono koe: ka koa te hunga kua whakapono ki te hunga kahore nei i kite a ano’” (John 20:29).

E kore e tikanga, Heoi, i te mea kahore he taunakitanga o te oraraa o te Atua. Ko te āhua Biblia, “Ko te rangi e whakaatu i te kororia o te Atua: ko te rangi te kauwhau i te mahi o ona ringa. Ra i muri i te ra ringihia reo atu e ratou: i muri po po whakaatu mohio ratou. Kahore he kupu reo i te wahi e kore e rangona to ratou reo ranei. To ratou reo e haere i roto i ki te whenua katoa, a ratou kupu ki nga pito o te ao” (Psalm 20[19]:1-4). Titiro i nga whetu, he mahara ki te nui o te ao, te mātakitaki i te mea whakamiharo o te taiao, i te kitenga o te ataahua o te ahiahi-katoa o enei mea tohu ki te Kaihanga te Atua. Ki te kore i nui enei, i reira hoki ngā taunakitanga o te Atua i roto i to tatou ngakau ake. Ecclesiastes 3:11 te parau mai ia tatou, “…Kua whakaturia ano e ia i roto i te tau mure ore ngakau o te tangata.” Hohonu i roto ia tatou, ko te aronga e reira te tahi mea i tua atu i Continue reading “E te Atua i te tīariari? He taunakitanga mo te oraraa o te Atua? ╰⊰¸¸.•¨* Maori (New Zealand)”

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Holy Baptism in Orthodox Monastery in Levin, New Zealand

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Orthodoxy in the Land of the Kiwi

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An interview with the dean of parishes of the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad in New Zealand, Archpriest Vladimir Boikov
We imagine New Zealand as a distant, fairy tale land at the end of the earth. Its landscapes have become known only recently through their depiction in the movies.

Nevertheless, few know that Orthodox parishes of the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad have existed here for a half century now. Other local Orthodox churches also serve the spiritual needs of their flocks in New Zealand. Today we are speaking with Fr. Vladimir Boikov, a recent guest of Sretensky Monastery, about the Orthodox Church today, the Russian diaspora, and the spiritual problems of New Zealand society.

—Fr. Vladimir, what is the Russian Church like in New Zealand; how is it administratively organized in that distant, seemingly exotic land?

—We are part of the diocese of Australia and New Zealand of the Russian Church Abroad. The majority of the Russian flock in our diocese lives in Australia. There are especially many people from Russia and the former USSR in Sydney.

There have always been fewer Russians in New Zealand. The main wave of Russian immigrants came after the Second World War. These were people resettling from Europe and China. Russians came from China in the 1950’s–1960’s, first to Australia, and then some families reached New Zealand. Nevertheless, with time the majority of them returned to Australia, influenced by familial ties and the particularities of life in New Zealand.

—In other words, we can say that the Russian diaspora in New Zealand appeared during the period after the Second World War?

—Yes. Especially many Russians appeared in Australia, and as I said, significantly fewer in New Zealand. The first Russians who came to that country founded three of our parishes. The problem is that there have never been sufficient resources to cover New Zealand in our diocesan center; and, as I think, also because the question of support for parishes and missionary Continue reading “New Zealand: Orthodoxy in the Land of the Kiwi”

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