Saturday, August 21, 2010
Dr. Wah Htoo spoke about Psalms 46: 1 taught by his father when he was a young 5 year old boy and its significance in his life. The verse states “God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.” This verse gave him strength to carry on when he was debarred from his final year of medical study just two months away from graduation. With God’s blessings he was able to graduate eventually. After a few years of private practice in Loikaw, Southern Shan State, he got a call from God to go and work at Mawlamyaing. At first he decided to work there for two years but the scripture text in Matthew 25:40 “…in as much as you did it to one of the least of these my brethren, you did it to Me”, prompted him to become God’s servant doctor, and both he and his wife, a physiotherapist continued to work there for more than twenty years. He still sees patients who come to him for treatment as he considers it as a healing ministry. He urged parents to read the Word of God and make their children do the same so that they may know God and be blessed by Him.
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Saturday, August 14, 2010
The following is his message in brief.
""Grace, God’s grace, is the significance of Christian faith. There may be some or a few commonalities in Christianity with other living faiths. But, grace is something that stands out in Christianity. A Christian claims God’s grace, receives grace and praises God for receiving it. By God’s grace in Christ, we are saved. Because of grace we survive, and we hope for the better future. In God’s grace, we live, we have our own being, and keep walking towards and working for God’s kingdom at all times. In the power of God’s grace, we extend faith, hope and love to our neighbors, to God’s world and all its inhabitants.""
Group Photo with some of PBBC members
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