“Ensel Bilong Heven” – Narapela Song Long Krismas (Another Song for Christmas)

By | December 24, 2015

PNG Jisas 2“Ensel Bilong Heven” i narapela song bilong Krismas. Bipo yet long taim bilong Jisas Krais i bin kam daun, ensel i singautim dispela Gutnuis long wasman bilong sipsip (lukim Luk 2). Saveman tu i kam na lotu long Jisas (lukim Matyu 2). Olsem tu yumi olgeta mas kam na lotu long Jisas long sios na long bel bilong yumi.

“Angels from the Realms of Glory” is another song for Christmas. Many years ago when Jesus Christ came to earth, angels proclaimed the Good News to shepherds (Luke 2). Wiseman also came to worship Jesus (Matthew 2). We too should come and worship Jesus in our churches and in our hearts.

PNGMS Bung Group PictureSampela Papua New Guinea misinari i bin singim dispela song long Bung long Trinity Lutheran Church, Peoria, Illinois, USA long Julai 2015. Sapos yu laik harim song, klik long piksa ananit. Tok bilong dispela song i stap tu.

Some Papua New Guinea missionaries sang this song at a gathering at Trinity Lutheran Church, Peoria, Illinois, USA in July 2015. If you want to hear the song, click on the picture below. The words of this song are there too.

Ensel bilong heven, yup’la mekim wok bilong God tru.
Yu bin stori long mip’la long taim Jisas i-i kam klostu.

Kores: Kam na lotu, kam na lotu, lotu long nupela King.

Wasman, yu i stap long banis, bosim sipsip bilong yu.
God i stap wantaim man pinis, Jisas i bi-in kamap tru. Kores

Saveman, yu tingting oltaim, nau yu lukim sta b’long Krais.
Em kamap long hap b’long Juda b’long helpim o-olgeta ples. Kores

Kristen, yu mas stap na lotu long God, nau em i kamdaun.
Em bai i kam bek gen long yu b’long bosim o-olgeta graun. Kores

Olgeta misinari i prea Pikinini Bilong God, Jisas Krais, i stap wantaim yupela olgeta long dispela Krismas na oltaim oltaim.

All the missionaries pray that our the Son of God, Jesus Christ, be with you this Christmas and eternally.

This song is #13 in Amamas Wantaim Na Lotu Long God (Lae: Evangelical Lutheran Church of Papua New Guinea, 2004) and #130 in Lotu Buk (Madang: Lutheran Mission Press, 1963).

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