By: Sina S Tilo
Susuga ile Fa’afeagaiga mai Sapapalii, Savaii, EFKS Rev. Auatama Esera, our guest sermon today ~ GOD BE PRAISED!!!! Graced us with his beautiful Faletua Tamara Esera. heart emoticon Moni ai le upu a le atunu’u, ua fetaui fola…. Sapapalii is where the Gospel of Jesus Christ carried by John Williams and the London Missionaries Society landed on Aug. 24, 1830; that their Faifeau would preach in Leone Siona for the first time in his 18-year pastorhood, humbling when all know, Leone is the first place in eastern Samoa that Missionary Williams arrived in, Oct. 18, 1832. angel emoticon
Fa’afetai mo le Feau taua mai le Atua mo i matou ile nei aso, saunia e Lana auauna, le Faifeau o Esera….. galulue fa’atasi, finau fa’atasi, ia loto e tasi. HALLELUJAH!!!!!!! grin emoticon heart emoticon Pastor Esera spoke of the olden days when Hebrew scholars would teach students from other nations, other countries the Hebrew language and principles. That it was this spirit that Alexander the Great took on, he was taught by others to be a great leader, a statesman of short stature that rose up in enormous heights. smile emoticon
Pastor Esera spoke of a humble little man from Leone named “Amoamo”, who paddled his little canoe to Sapapalii in the beginning stages of the Gospel being spread in Samoa. That amongst the many scholars of Samoan islands in the west, Upolu & Savaii, here was this one lone man from Tutuila, who hungered for the Gospel of Jesus Christ and came to Sapapalii to learn of the WORD…. Who dwelt amongst us. Ole naunau lena o Amoamo ile Tala Lelei, ua fa’atala leleiina ai Samoa atoa i Tutuila ma Manu’a. angel emoticon As Taeaoafua Meki Tavita noted to Pastor Esera, “Leai se isi ole nei tapuaiga e le o maligi loimata ona o lou fa’amanatu mai ia i matou, le finagalo ole Atua mo fanau a Leone, aemaise le ola finau o Amoamo mo mea lelei tau le Atua.” heart emoticon kiss emoticon
Ua amatalia le galuega tele ua alo atu ai nei le Susuga i le Faafeagaiga ia Rev. Eteuati Toma ma le mamalu o le Ekalesia i Leone Siona. E mata e faigofie i le vaai ae faigata tele, ona e fai lava si maualuga o le falesa o loo feeei ai nai tama o loo galulue ai.
Talosaga atu i Tama fanau uma a le Ekalesia ina ia talosia pea le galuega o loo faia nei. E to’atele fo’i nisi o au tama fanau SIONA o loo i atu nuu e mamao ua fao’o mai a latou faamanuiaga e ala i lenei fo’i auala faasalalau. Ia manuia le Galuega o loo feagai ma le au -kamuta. E maua le avanoa e tala mai ai aao e maimoa ma matamata i le faagasologa o le galuega. A iai fo’i ni ou alofaaga e talia lava ma le agaga fiafia ma le agaga faafetai. faafesoota’i ane le Komiti.
From Sina: via facebook
This hospital stay is getting me more weaker and weaker… Lord help me pls
This probably the last time i’ll be on fb but thank you everyone for the prayers….Wish us luck and i love you fams and friends
Reverend Anetere’a Misioka of the Amanave Congregational Christian Church will always be remembered by our PULEGA A FOFO & ALATAUA!
Isaiah 41:10 fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.
Reverend Eteuati Toma and Faletua Lipeti Toma , Executive Officers and the Leone “SIONA CongregationaChristian church at whole , sends our deepest condolences to Mrs. Tavai Misioka and children and also our brothers and sisters at the Amanave Congregational Christian church upon the passing of God’s Beloved Servant, Reverend Anetere’a Misioka. Please accept our heartfelt sympathies . We pray the love of God enfolds you during this difficult time. Words can’t express how saddened we are to hear of your loss.. In loving consideration of his high honor and noble Christian character, his untiring labors on behalf of the Lord’s people both here and elsewhere, his many noble sacrifices and patient endurance of much persecution on behalf of the Lord’s Truth, his devoted faithfulness to the Lord and to the Lord’s Word under every condition of trial. May God Bless you all and keep you strong. We are very grateful for the teaching and the wisdom that Reverend Anetere’a instilled within us. It was an honor and a privilege to have known him. We thank our Heavenly Father for blessing us with that opportunity. You all have our prayers.