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1 Se Gorngv Haaix Dauh Mienh Njang-Laangc.
If Any Man Glory Ye^le^mi = Jeremiah 9:23-24 Sunday/July 10, 2011

2 Yiem Ye^le^mi 9:23, ZIOUV hnangv naaiv nor gorngv, "Maiv dungx bun cong-mengh mienh bungx waac-maux ceng ninh ganh nyei cong-mengh. Maiv dungx bun henv nyei mienh bungx waac-maux ceng ninh ganh nyei qaqv. Maiv dungx bun butv-zoih mienh bungx waac-maux ceng ninh ganh nyei zinh zoih. In Jeremiah 9:23, Jeremiah relays a message from God that applies very well today. 23 Thus saith the LORD, Let not the wise man glory in his wisdom, neither let the mighty man glory in his might, let not the rich man glory in his riches.”

3 24 Mv baac oix zuqc bun bungx waac-maux nyei mienh hnangv naaiv bungx waac-maux, weic ninh mengh baeqc yaac hiuv duqv yie, se ZIOUV, yiem lungh ndiev ziepc zuoqv nyei hnamv mienh, zoux baengh fim, zoux horpc. Weic zuqc naaiv deix sic yie horpc hnyouv haic." Naaiv se ZIOUV gorngv nyei waac.” (Ye^le^mi 9:24) 24 But let him that glorieth glory in this, that he understandeth and knoweth me, that I am the LORD which exercise loving kindness, judgment, and righteousness, in the earth: for in these things I delight, saith the LORD. Jeremiah 9:24 (KJV).

4 Biux Mengh Waac Introduction
I. Ye^le^mi jiex gorn zoux gong douc Tin-Hungh nyei waac yiem 627 Nd. G. Dongh Yiu^ndaa Hungh Ho^si^yaa gunv nyei ziangh hoc. Jeremiah began his work around 627 B.C. during the reign of Josiah, king of Judah. II. Ye^le^mi se benx yietc dauh douc waac mienh, mienh camv nyiemv nyei douc mienh, ninh nyiemv se weic longx nyei jauv. Jeremiah was known as the weeping prophet and for good reason.

5 III. Ye^le^mi longc ziangh hoc camv nyei daux gaux tov Tin-Hungh siex cuotv I^saa^laa^en Mienh. Jeremiah spent much of his time pleading to God and asking him to spare the people of Israelites. IV. Ninh yaac heuc mienh camv goiv hnyouv guangc ninh mbuo nyei zuiz. He also tried to get the people to repent of their sins. V. Yiem Ye^le^mi 9:23-24, Ye^le^mi duqv zipv Tin-Hungh nyei waac daaih yaac douc mbuox mienh, naaiv se benx kuv nyungc zeiv bun mbuo hiuv taux ih jaax hnoi nyei jauv longx haic.

6 VI. “Njang-laangc” naaiv joux waac nyei eix-leiz se “ceng-hlo” nyei jauv. Maaih buo nyungc jauv mbuox mbuo maiv dungx ceng-hlo, liuz yaac gorngv heuc mbuo oix zuqc ceng-hlo. The word "glory" means simply "to boast." Notice there are three things we are told not to boast in and then are told what we are to boast in.

7 A. Maiv dungx ceng-hlo nyei jauv (Do not boast in):
1. Cong-mengh (Wisdom). 2. Henv maaih qaqv (Might). 3. Butv zoih (Riches). B. Ceng-hlo duqv nyei jauv ( Do boast in): 1. Nyiemc Tin-Hungh zoux Ziouv yaac mengh baeqc Ninh (Knowledge and Understanding of God). 2. Ziouv ziepc zuoqv nyei hnamv mienh (God is loving kindness). 3. Ziouv zoux baengh fim yaac zoux horpc (God is righteousness).

8 I. Maiv dungx njang-laangc ganh. Do not Glory in:
Cong-Mengh: haih hoqc duqv wuonh zaang. (Wisdom: applied knowledge). 1. Mbuo maaih haaix nyungc cong-mengh haih beiv duqv Tin-Hungh nyei? (1 Ko^lin^to 1:20-21): “Wuov nyungc, ih jaax nyei cong-mengh mienh, hoqc hlang nyei mienh, caux nzuih mbiaangc nyei mienh hnangv haaix nor? Tin-Hungh zoux bun naaiv baamh gen nyei cong-mengh hngongx mi'aqv.” What is our wisdom compared to God's? (1 Corinthians 1:20-21). “Where is the wise man? Where is the scholar? Where is the philosopher of this age? Has not God made foolish the wisdom of the world?

9 21 Tin-Hungh longc ninh ganh nyei cong-mengh bun mienh maiv haih kaux ninh mbuo ganh nyei cong-mengh hiuv duqv ninh. Daaux nzuonx, Tin-Hungh a'hneiv longc dongh mienh funx hngongx nyei zunh doz waac, njoux sienx ninh nyei mienh. 21 For since in the wisdom of God the world through its wisdom did not know him, God was pleased through the foolishness of what was preached to save those who believe.” (NIV)

10 2. Cong-mengh se benx longx nyei jauv (Cong-Mengh Waac 1:7)
2. Cong-mengh se benx longx nyei jauv (Cong-Mengh Waac 1:7). “Mienh hngongx mienh mangc piex cong-mengh. Dongh gamh nziex Tin-Hungh nyei mienh se jiex gorn maaih wuonh zaang aqv: mv baac mienh hngongx mienh mangc piex cong-mengh nyei jauv.” Wisdom can be a good thing ( Proverbs 1:7) Fools despise wisdom. “The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge: but fools despise wisdom and instruction.

11 3. Mbuo horpc zuqc lorz cong-mengh (Cong-Mengh Waac 4:5-9)
3. Mbuo horpc zuqc lorz cong-mengh (Cong-Mengh Waac 4:5-9). “Oix zuqc duqv cong-mengh, oix zuqc mengh baeqc, maiv dungx la'kuqv yaac maiv dungx leih guangc yie nyei nzuih gorngv nyei waac. 6 Maiv dungx guangc cong-mengh, cong-mengh ziouc haih beu jienv meih. Oix zuqc hnamv ninh, ninh ziouc goux jienv meih.” We are to get wisdom (Proverbs 4:5-9). “Get wisdom, get understanding: forget it not; neither decline from the words of my mouth.6 Forsake her not, and she shall preserve thee: love her, and she shall keep thee.”

12 7 Cong-mengh nyei gorn se hnangv naaiv
7 Cong-mengh nyei gorn se hnangv naaiv. Oix zuqc duqv cong-mengh, yaac maiv gunv meih aengx duqv haaix nyungc, oix zuqc duqv haih mengh baeqc nyei jauv. 8 Oix zuqc taaih cong-mengh weih jaaix, ninh ziouc ceng meih. Se gorngv meih qam jienv ninh, ninh ziouc taaih meih. 9 Ninh oix zorqv norm nzueic nyei ningv bun meih ndongx, zorqv njang-laangc nyei ningv jiu bun meih.” 7 Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting get understanding.8 Exalt her, and she shall promote thee: she shall bring thee to honour, when thou dost embrace her.9 She shall give to thine head an ornament of grace: a crown of glory shall she deliver to thee.” (KJV)

13 4. Mbuo oix zuqc longc cong-mengh nyei hnyouv (Singx Nzung 90:12) “Tov njaaux yie mbuo saauv ganh nyei hnoi-nyieqc, weic bun yie mbuo haih maaih cong-mengh nyei hnyouv. We are to apply our hearts to wisdom (Psalm 90:12). So teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom.”  (KJV)

14 5. Mbuo oix zuqc hnangv cong-mengh mienh nor yiem (E^fe^so 5:15-16)
5. Mbuo oix zuqc hnangv cong-mengh mienh nor yiem (E^fe^so 5:15-16). “Hnangv naaic, meih mbuo yiem seix zaangc oix zuqc faix fim meih mbuo hnangv haaix nor yiem. Maiv dungx hnangv mienh hngongx mienh, oix zuqc hnangv cong-mengh nyei mienh wuov nor. 16 Oix zuqc longc duqv horpc ziangh hoc, weic zuqc ih zanc nyei nyutc zeiv se orqv haic.” We are to walk as wise (Ephesians 5:15-16). “Be very careful, then, how you live—not as unwise but as wise, 16 making the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil.” (NIV)

15 B. Henv: Buonh Sin Nyei Qaqv Henv ( Might: physical strength).
1. Mbuo maaih haaix nyungc qaqv haih beiv duqv taux Tin-Hungh nyei qaqv? (Yopv 38:4-14). "Yie liepc baamh gen nyei gorn-ndoqv wuov zanc, meih yiem haaix? Se gorngv meih hiuv, mbuox yie maah! 5 Haaix dauh dingc ndau lomh haaix hlo? Daaix meih hiuv nyei saah? Haaix dauh baeng hlaang ndorqc? 6 Ndau nyei gorn-ndoqv liepc yiem haaix nyungc gu'nguaaic? Haaix dauh an baamh gen nyei gorqv gauh longc jienv jiex wuov norm la'bieiv? What is our strength compared to God's? (Job 38:4-14). "Where were you when I laid the earth's foundation? Tell me, if you understand. 5 Who marked off its dimensions? Surely you know! Who stretched a measuring line across it? 6 On what were its footings set, or who laid its cornerstone.”

16 7 Wuov zanc lungh ndorm nyei hleix lomh nzoih baaux nzung, zuangx fin-mienh njien-youh nyei heuc. 8 "Koiv nyei wuom baetv cuotv hnangv gu'nguaaz cuotv maa nyei ga'sie wuov zanc, haaix dauh guon gaengh dangv jienv koiv? 9 Se yie longc mbuonx buang jienv koiv, yaac longc hmuangx hoz beu jienv ninh. 7 while the morning stars sang together and all the angels shouted for joy? 8 "Who shut up the sea behind doors when it burst forth from the womb, 9 when I made the clouds its garment and wrapped it in thick darkness,

17 10 Yie dingc koiv nyei gapv-jaaix, an jienv gaengh caux gaengh sorn, 11 yaac gorngv, 'Meih daaih taux naaiv hnangv, maiv dungx jiex ndaangc, meih henv haic nyei wuom-laangc oix zuqc dingh njiec naaiv.' 12 "Yopv aac, yiem meih nyei seix zeiv meih duqv hatc jiex lungh ndorm, yaac bun lungh ndorm nziouv hiuv duqv ninh nyei dorngx, 13 weic bun ninh haih ziux jomc lungh gorn, yaac zunc orqv mienh cuotv ninh bingx nyei dorngx? 14 Ndau-beih goiv yienc hnangv mborqv jienv yienx nyei ba'naih nie, maanc muotc hinc cuotv mengh nyei hnangv lui-houx nor. 10 when I fixed limits for it and set its doors and bars in place, 11 when I said, 'This far you may come and no farther; here is where your proud waves halt'? 12 "Have you ever given orders to the morning, or shown the dawn its place, 13 that it might take the earth by the edges and shake the wicked out of it? 14 The earth takes shape like clay under a seal; its features stand out like those of a garment.”(NIV)

18 a. Ndaawitv yaac henv nyei (David was mighty).
 2. Henv nyei jauv se maiv dorngc ( It is not wrong to be powerful). a. Ndaawitv yaac henv nyei (David was mighty). b. Apc^laa^ham yaac henv nyei (Abraham was a mighty man). c. Yopv yaac henv nyei, ninh yaac butv zoih nyei (Even Job had an huge house with many servants). 3. Henv dorngc se weic mbuo maaih ceng-hlo nyei jauv (Might becomes wrong when we boast in it): a. Ne^mbu^katv^netv^saa Hungh se benx dauh ceng-hlo nyei mienh. Ninh gorngv, "Naaiv se domh Mbaa^mbi^lon Zingh, dongh yie ganh nyei domh qaqv liepc daaih zoux domh zingh, weic biux mengh yie nyei haangh daauh nyei domh njang-laangc." Nebuchadnezzar was a man who boasted in his might (Daniel 4:30) He said, “Is not this great Babylon, that I have built for the house of the kingdom by the might of my power, and for the honour of my majesty? (KJV) 

19 b. Ndaawitv yaac fih hnangv nyei dorngc dongh ninh saauv I^saa^laa^en Mienh houz wuov. David when he numbered Israel (2 Samuel 24). Kungx Tin-Hungh ganh nduqc daaih hnangv bun mienh maaih lingc maaih qaqv. God is the one who gives men power (Romans 13:1). d. Dauh dauh oix zuqc muangx hungh jaa, weic zuqc maiv maaih haaix nyungc hungh lingc maiv zeiz Tin-Hungh liepc daaih. Ih zanc zoux jien, maaih lingc nyei mienh se Tin-Hungh liepc daaih. Let every soul be subject unto the higher powers. For there is no power but of God: the powers that be are ordained of God. Romans 13:1 (KJV)

20 (Riches: material wealth)
II. Butv Zoih Yiem Jaa-dingh Nyei Jauv (Riches: material wealth) 1. Mbuo maaih haaix zinh zoih haih beiv duqv Tin-Hungh nyei? (Singx Nzung 24:1) “Ndau-beih caux yiem ndau-beih nyei maanc muotc benx ZIOUV nyei. Lungh ndiev caux lungh ndiev nyei maanc mienh yaac ninh nyei.” What is our wealth compared to God's? (Psalm 24:1). The earth is the LORD'S, and the fullness thereof; the world, and they that dwell therein.”  (KJV) 2. Butv zoih se maiv dorngc (It is not wrong to be wealthy). a. Yopv yaac butv zoih nyei (Job was wealthy). b. Ndaawitv yaac butv zoih nyei (David was wealthy). c. Yesu nyei sai-gorx maaih deix yaac butv zoih nyei (The apostle John was probably well-off (Mark 1:19-20; John 19:26).

21 3. Butv zoih dorngc nyei jauv se (Wealth is wrong when):
a. Nziex meih haih ceng-hlo yiem. You boast in it (Luke 12:16-21). b. Njapv maiv fongc horc bun Ziouv nyei jauv (2 Ko^lin^to 9:6-10): “ Jangx jienv oc. Haaix dauh zuangx zoqc ziouc siou duqv zoqc. Haaix dauh zuangx camv ziouc siou duqv camv. 7 Mouz dauh oix zuqc bun ziux ganh nyei hnyouv dingc oix bun nyei. Bun yaac oix zuqc buangv hnyouv, maiv dungx korv-fiqv, weic zuqc Tin-Hungh hnamv nyei se nqoi eix bun nyei mienh.” You are not generous in your giving to the Lord (2 Corinthians 9:6-10). “Remember this: Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously. 7 Each man should give what he has decided in his heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.”

22 8 Tin-Hungh haih ceix nyungc-nyungc en camv-camv nyei bun meih mbuo
8 Tin-Hungh haih ceix nyungc-nyungc en camv-camv nyei bun meih mbuo. Meih mbuo ziouc zanc-zanc maaih gaux, zungv maaih camv weic zoux nyungc-nyungc kuv sic. 9 Hnangv Ging-Sou gorngv nor, "Ninh zoux hnyouv jangv nzie mienh jomc mienh. Ninh zoux longx nyei jauv yietc liuz yiem." 10 Tin-Hungh ceix nyim bun zuangx nyei mienh yaac ceix hnaangx bun mienh nyanc. Ninh oix bun meih mbuo maaih nzoih meih mbuo qiemx longc nyei nyim, yaac bun nyim hlo daaih. Meih mbuo zoux longx nyei sic ziouc hnangv cun-gaeng nor, bungx-zuoqc. 8 And God is able to make all grace abound to you, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work. 9 As it is written: "He has scattered abroad his gifts to the poor; his righteousness endures forever." 10 Now he who supplies seed to the sower and bread for food will also supply and increase your store of seed and will enlarge the harvest of your righteousness.”

23 c. Nziex meih funx gorngv zinh nyaanh benx da’yietv nyungc bun meih mv bei. You make obtaining wealth your number one priority (Luke 12:22- 31). d. Zinh zoih nyei jauv se benx hiuaang-hienv nyei sic (Matv^taai 19:23-24). “Yesu aengx gorngv mbuox ninh nyei sai-gorx, "Yie gorngv zien mbuox meih mbuo, butv-zoih mienh aqc duqv bieqc Tin-Hungh nyei guoqv. 24 Yie aengx gorngv nzunc mbuox meih mbuo, lorh torh cunx jiex sim-mbiuic corc gauh hungh hec butv-zoih mienh bieqc Tin-Hungh nyei guoqv." Wealth is dangerous (Matthew 19:23-24). “Then Jesus said to his disciples, "I tell you the truth, it is hard for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven.24 Again I tell you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God." (NIV)

24 e. Butv zoih yiem hnamv dorngc nyei jauv (Lugaa 12:16-21)
e. Butv zoih yiem hnamv dorngc nyei jauv (Lugaa 12:16-21). “Yesu ziouc gorngv naaiv diuh waac-beiv mbuox ninh mbuo. "Maaih dauh butv-zoih mienh maaih lingh deic longx haic, zuangx duqv ga'naaiv camv. 17 Naaiv dauh butv-zoih mienh hnamv daaih, 'Oix zuqc hnangv haaix nor zoux mv bei? Yie siou daaih nyei ga'naaiv yie maiv maaih dorngx dapv duqv njiec.' 18 Ninh aengx hnamv cuotv, 'Aa, yie oix zuqc caeqv nqoi yie nyei loz-lamz, aengx ganh zoux gauh hlo, ziouc zorqv yie nyei laangh ziqc caux yietc zungv siou daaih nyei ga'naaiv dapv jienv. " Rich in wrong motive (Luke 12:16-21). “And he told them this parable: "The ground of a certain rich man produced a good crop.17 He thought to himself, 'What shall I do? I have no place to store my crops.'18 "Then he said, 'This is what I'll do. I will tear down my barns and build bigger ones, and there I will store all my grain and my goods.”

25 19 Ninh aengx hnamv daaih, 'Aa, yie maengc longx haic aqv
19 Ninh aengx hnamv daaih, 'Aa, yie maengc longx haic aqv. Nyungc-nyungc longx nyei ga'naaiv yie maaih gaux nyanc gaux hopv ziex hnyangx. Yie kungx bueix jienv nyanc, bueix jienv hopv, njien-youh a'nziaauc hnangv. 20 "Mv baac Tin-Hungh gorngv mbuox ninh, 'Ga'naaiv-hngongx aah! Ih muonz meih oix zuqc daic aqv. Meih siou daaih liouh meih ganh longc nyei ga'naaiv, naaiv nzunc oix benx haaix dauh nyei?" 21 Yesu aengx gorngv setv mueiz waac, "Haaix dauh kungx oix siou jienv ga'naaiv camv liouh ninh ganh longc, se hnangv wuov dauh butv zoih nyei mienh hngongx mienh nor. Ei Tin-Hungh mangc, ninh se mienh jomc mienh.” 19 And I'll say to myself, "You have plenty of good things laid up for many years. Take life easy; eat, drink and be merry.”20 "But God said to him, 'You fool! This very night your life will be demanded from you. Then who will get what you have prepared for yourself?'21 "This is how it will be with anyone who stores up things for himself but is not rich toward God."

26 (Conclusion to this section):
 4. Nzutv norz taux naaiv ginc waac (Conclusion to this section):  Proverbs 16:18). “Zoux maux nyei jauv dorh mienh mingh zuqc mietc, hnyouv ceng-hlo bun mienh zuqc ndorpc.” Pride goeth before destruction, and an haughty spirit before a fall.” (KJV)

27 III. Njang-Laangc Yiem. Do Glory In:
A. Oix zuqc Mengh Baeqc Tin-Hungh (Understanding of God). 1. Oix zuqc zoux kuv gong-mienh (This takes a great deal of work  - 2 Timothy 2:15-16). “ Meih oix zuqc njiec qaqv zoux nyungc-nyungc weic bun Tin-Hungh horpc hnyouv, ziouc zoux maiv zuqc nyaiv nyei gong-mienh, yaac longc duqv horpc Tin-Hungh zien leiz nyei doz. 16 Oix zuqc simv nqoi maiv sienx Tin-Hungh nyei mienh nyei henh mbienx waac, weic zuqc naaiv nyungc waac kungx bun mienh gunv zoux gunv leih Tin-Hungh go hnangv.” 15 Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a workman who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth. 16 Avoid godless chatter, because those who indulge in it will become more and more ungodly.” (NIV)

28 2. Mbuo haih mengh baeqc taux Tin-Hungh nyei zien leiz – Yo^han 8:32, “Meih mbuo ziouc hiuv duqv zien leiz. Zien leiz yaac oix bungx nqoi meih mbuo." We can understand God's word – John 8:32, “Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free." (NIV)

29 3. Hiuv duqv Tin-Hungh nyei jauv haih tengx mbuo horpc fim dongh eix (Understanding God’s way helped us in unity. Ko^lo^si 2:2-3, “Yie hnangv naaiv nor zoux weic tengx ninh mbuo zungx qaqv, horpc fim dongh eix nyei laanh hnamv laanh, ziouc bun ninh mbuo haih sienx dingc, za'gengh bieqc hnyouv nzengc, hiuv duqv Tin-Hungh bun mbiaangx yaangh cuotv daaih nyei sic, se Giduc ganh. 3 Tin-Hungh jaaix nyei cong-mengh caux hnyouv-zoih yaac gem jienv yiem Giduc gu'nyuoz.” Colossians 2:2-3, “My purpose is that they may be encouraged in heart and united in love, so that they may have the full riches of complete understanding, in order that they may know the mystery of God, namely, Christ, 3 in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.” (NIV)

30 B. Nyiemc Tin-Hungh zoux Ziouv (Knowledge of God).
1. Mbuo haih hiuv duqv mbuo hiuv Tin-Hungh (We can know that we know God (1 John 2:3-5). “Yie mbuo buatc jiex yaac haiz jiex nyei ziouc zunh mbuox meih mbuo, oix bun meih mbuo caux yie mbuo jiu tong. Mbuo maaih jiu tong se mbuo caux Zaangc Diex yaac caux ninh nyei Dorn, Yesu Giduc, maaih jiu tong. 4 Yie mbuo fiev naaiv deix jauv bun meih mbuo weic bun mbuo lomh nzoih njien-youh orn-lorqc. 5 Naaiv se yie mbuo haiz Tin-Hungh nyei Dorn gorngv jiex nyei waac ziouc zunh mbuox meih mbuo. Ninh gorngv, "Tin-Hungh se dongh njang. Ninh maiv maaih yietc deix hmuangx." 3 We know that we have come to know him if we obey his commands. 4 The man who says, "I know him," but does not do what he commands is a liar, and the truth is not in him. 5 But if anyone obeys his word, God's love is truly made complete in him. This is how we know we are in him.” (NIV)

31 2. Mbuo hiuv duqv mbuo hiuv ninh se gorngv mbuo ei jienv ninh nyei lingc zoux (We know that we know him if we keep his commandments). 3. Weic ei jienv ninh nyei lingc zoux, mbuo ziouc maaih jiu tong nyei jauv caux ninh (By keeping his commandments, we can have fellowship with him (1 John 1:5-7)). “Naaiv se yie mbuo haiz Tin-Hungh nyei Dorn gorngv jiex nyei waac ziouc zunh mbuox meih mbuo. Ninh gorngv, "Tin-Hungh se dongh njang. Ninh maiv maaih yietc deix hmuangx." 6 Se gorngv mbuo gorngv mbuo caux Tin-Hungh jiu tong mv baac corc yangh hmuangx nyei jauv nor, mbuo kungx gorngv-baeqc hnangv, maiv ei zien leiz zoux. 7 Mv baac se gorngv mbuo yiem njang hnangv Tin-Hungh yiem njang nor, mbuo ziouc laanh caux laanh jiu tong. Ninh nyei Dorn, Yesu, nyei nziaamv yaac nzaaux nzengc mbuo nyei yietc zungv zuiz. 5 This is the message we have heard from him and declare to you: God is light; in him there is no darkness at all. 6 If we claim to have fellowship with him yet walk in the darkness, we lie and do not live by the truth. 7 But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus, his Son, purifies us from all sin.” (NIV)

32 IV. Ceng-hlo Yiem Lengc Jeiv Nyei Ga’naaiv.
(Specific Things to Boast In): A. Mbuo Oix Zuqc Cuotv Qaqv Yiem Zoux Longx Nyei Jauv (We Must Exercises In Loving Kindness). 1. Horpc fim dongh eix nyei fuqv (The unity blessing – Psalm 133:1-3). “Mangc maah! Gorx-youz horpc fim dongh eix nyei yiem se za'gengh longx nyei, orn-lorqc haic. 2 Naaiv beiv jaaix haic nyei youh dox jienv Aalon nyei m'nqorngv aengx liouc njiec siaam, aengx liouc njiec taux ninh nyei lui-ndaauv nyei lui-jaang. 3 Se hnangv Hemon Mbong nyei mbiungc-suiv duih njiec Si^on Mbong. Weic zuqc yiem wuov maaih ZIOUV ceix nyei fuqv, se yietc liuz ziangh nyei maengc. 1 How good and pleasant it is when brothers live together in unity! 2 It is like precious oil poured on the head, running down on the beard, running down on Aaron's beard, down upon the collar of his robes. 3 It is as if the dew of Hermon were falling on Mount Zion. For there the LORD bestows his blessing, even life forevermore.” (NIV)

33 2. Laanh oix zuqc zoux longx bun laanh (Be kind to one another – Romans 12:9-11). “Hnamv mienh oix zuqc za'gengh longc hnyouv hnamv. Orqv nyei, oix zuqc nzorng. Longx nyei oix zuqc nanv wuonv.10 Laanh oix zuqc jorm hnyouv hnamv laanh hnangv hnamv ganh nyei cien muoz-doic nor. Laanh yaac oix zuqc taaih laanh, funx mienh gauh longx ganh. 11 Maiv dungx lueic. Oix zuqc jorm hnyouv jienh fu-sux Ziouv. 9 Love must be sincere. Hate what is evil; cling to what is good. 10 Be devoted to one another in brotherly love. Honor one another above yourselves. 11 Never be lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor, serving the Lord.” (NIV)

34 3. Zoux hnyouv longx duqv nyei fuqv (The blessing of kindness – Deuteronomy 15:18). “Bungx ninh cuotv wuov zanc yaac maiv dungx korv-fiqv. Ninh zungv fu-sux meih juqv hnyangx. Beiv cingv daaih nyei gong-mienh nyei gong-zinh gauh camv yietc buonc. Meih hnangv naaiv zoux, yiem meih zoux nyei yietc zungv sic, ZIOUV, meih nyei Tin-Hungh, oix ceix fuqv bun meih.” “Do not consider it a hardship to set your servant free, because his service to you these six years has been worth twice as much as that of a hired hand. And the LORD your God will bless you in everything you do.” (NIV)

35 Setv Mueiz Waac Conclusion: Ih hnoi nyei Ging-Sou njaaux mbuo maiv taaih ganh ceng ganh. Mbuo oix zuqc ceng Tin-Hungh taaih Tin-Hungh hnangv. Today’s scripture taught us, do not boast do not praise ourselves. We have to praise God and boast His good deeds. 1. Proverbs 27:1: “Maiv dungx bungx waac-maux gorngv njang hnoi nyei sic, weic zuqc meih maiv hiuv duqv yietc hnoi yietc hnoi oix maaih haaix nyungc sic cuotv. Do not boast about tomorrow, for you do not know what a day may bring.”

36 2. Jeremiah 9:23: ZIOUV hnangv naaiv nor gorngv, "Maiv dungx bun cong-mengh mienh bungx waac- maux ceng ninh ganh nyei cong-mengh. Maiv dungx bun henv nyei mienh bungx waac-maux ceng ninh ganh nyei qaqv. Maiv dungx bun butv-zoih mienh bungx waac-maux ceng ninh ganh nyei zinh zoih. 23 Thus says the LORD: "Let not the wise man boast in his wisdom, let not the mighty man boast in his might, let not the rich man boast in his riches. 3.1 Corinthians 3:21: Hnangv naaiv, maiv dungx zorqv haaix dauh daaih bungx waac-maux. Maanc muotc benx meih mbuo nyei. 21 So let no one boast in men. For all things are yours.

37 4. 1 Corinthians 1:29: Hnangv naaic, maiv maaih haaix dauh yiem Tin-Hungh nyei nza'hmien haih bungx waac-maux.29 so that no human being might boast in the presence of God. 5. Galatians 6:4-5: Gorqv-mienh oix zuqc zaah ganh zoux nyei sic. Zoux duqv longx, ninh ziouc haih a'hneiv ganh yaac maiv zuqc dorh mingh beiv ganh dauh zoux nyei. 5 Weic zuqc gorqv-mienh maaih gorqv-mienh nyei buonc oix zuqc ndaam. 4But let each one test his own work, and then his reason to boast will be in himself alone and not in his neighbor. 5 For each will have to bear his own load.

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