Some people were interested in seeing the video of my very first Nepali sermon. I spoke on the Good News of the Birth of Jesus. My focus was on the song of the Heavenly Host in Luke 2. Translated from the Simple Nepali Version of the Bible, "May they have peace with whom God is happy." The question I reflected on was, "With whom is God happy?"
Now, the recording isn't very good. This is just house sound, so it would have been more clear in person. What is somewhat unique about my approach is my incorporation of Sanskrit chanting. Enjoy!
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