Nanda nandhuni divotional song

Posted on 24 September 2011

Nanda nandhuni divotional song

Nanda nandhuni divotional songThe song has been made and compiled by AP’s largest devotional music company sri maata enterprises from VIZAG AP INDIA its a short form compilation of lord krishna’s child hood life events technically compressed and melodiously compiled into a small song presentation with the name Nanda nandhuni. As the holy epic of mahabharata describes lord krishnas childhood in relation to the happyness of knowing god himself by living with him the happiness realized by yashoda.

Nanda nandhuni divotional song

Nanda nandhuni divotional song

I Kings 19:1-18 begins with, “When Ahab told Jezebel all that Elijah had done and how he had put all the prophets to the sword…” Let’s remember this story together.
Elijah was a mighty prophet of God who prophesized in the northern kingdom of Israel. You remember the story of Elijah and the prophets of Baal. The king, Ahab, who was the husband of Jezebel, summoned all the people of Israel to Mount Carmel at Elijah’s request. The altar for Baal was already on Mount Carmel, then two bulls were taken for the sacrifice. The prophets of Baal got to go first; they were to invoke the name of Baal, and he should send down fire to burn one of the bulls as the offering on the altar. From morning until noon the prophets of Baal shouted, “O Baal, answer us!” There was no sound, no response.
When noon came, Elijah taunted them: “What’s the problem? … He is a god but he must be in conversation, perhaps he is detained; perhaps asleep?” The prophets of Baal shouted louder and began to gash themselves with knives and spears. They kept on shouting until it sounded like raving. Nothing.
So at the hour for the meal offering – I assume that’s about 4 in the afternoon – Elijah called the people to his altar. He took 12 stones for the number of tribes of Israel and made an altar with the stones, and around the altar he made a large trench. He took the other bull and laid it on the wood on the altar.
Elijah said, “Fill four jars with water and pour it over the bull to be offered as well as the wood.” They did that – then Elijah had them do that two more times till the trench was filled with water.
Elijah came forward and said, “O Lord God of Abraham, Isaac, and Israel! Let it be known today that You are God in Israel and that I am Your servant, and that I have done all these things at your bidding. Answer me, O Lord, answer me, that these people may know that You, O Lord, are God.”
Fire from the Lord descended and consumed the burnt offering, wood, stones and the earth; and it licked up the water in the trench. And the people flung themselves on their faces and said, “The Lord alone is God, the Lord alone is God.” Elijah said, “Seize the prophets of Baal.” The people did, and Elijah killed them all. This is where our reading begins. Ahab, king of Israel, had seen this happen and he reported it to his wife, a devotee of Baal. And she threatened Elijah and he fled for his life.
Are you like me: What? He fled for his life! This is the guy who brought the people of Israel together – was God’s instrument to bring about the demise of 400 prophets of Baal – and he fled for his life? Elijah fled. Did he have a panic attack? Was it just exhaustion, or could it have been that he expected that God would protect him from everything?
What an enormous influence our expectations have. And he, like us, was overwhelmed and he lost perspective. He needed direction, just like we do. Elijah lost his focus and he got scared.
I have been like that, when you only think about how bad it is. We think our whole lives are a catastrophe. Elijah, prophet of God said, “Now, O Lord, take my life, I am no better than my fathers.” God gave him food and drink to keep him going until he could quiet his soul, till he could see that his life wasn’t a catastrophe and there was plenty to do.
Sometimes God has to do that with us. We have to be in a place where God can help us quiet our souls, where we can get our wits about us.
We do that with prayer. Prayer is the conversation between us, the finite human, and the infinite God. We need prayer – every day of our lives – we need to spend time in prayer. God is ever faithful, even in the face of our fears and our depression, our worries and our weariness. God will lift up, encourage and renew our souls if only we spend time letting Him.
Jane Vaughan is the minister at First United Methodist Church of Alpine. She may be contacted at westtexaspreacher@yahoo.com or 432-837-2286.

Nanda nandhuni divotional song

Nanda nandhuni divotional song

Nanda nandhuni divotional song

Nanda nandhuni divotional song
Nanda nandhuni divotional song
Nanda nandhuni divotional song
Nanda nandhuni divotional song
Nanda nandhuni divotional song
Nanda nandhuni divotional song
Nanda nandhuni divotional song
Nanda nandhuni divotional song
Nanda nandhuni divotional song
Nanda nandhuni divotional song

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