We Too Might Walk in Newness of Life
▲ Sikhs in India (by WMM)

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The thing covered with a blue cloth looks like a coffin but it is actually a table looking at it closely. There is a book on it. The man in a black turban gazing at the camera seems to be a guru of Sikhism. What makes us guess they are Sikhs is the turban which is a symbol of Sikhism. Sikhism is a new religion, a combination of Islamism and Hinduism in India. It was generated asking for reformation of corrupt and evil customs in India. But those evil practice in India seems to be the same: the caste system which devides in classes noble human beings created in God’s image, early marriage practiced on next generations we should take care of and protect, domestic violation, etc. What on earth can stop all these things? The only answer is the Gospel of Jesus’s Cross which saved the fate of human beings, inborn sinners, from death into life. I hope the Gospel is spread all around India and it also changes souls there for the new life.  

“We were buried therefore with him by baptism into death, in order that, just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, we too might walk in newness of life.”

(Romans 6:4_ESV) [gnp news]

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