Wednesday, December 7, 2011

DAY 840 - AMiAs Left Rwanda Two Days Ago!

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Today's Reading: Psalm 101

Please read Psalm 101 and listen to what the Lord Jesus Christ would like to tell you before reading my Spiritual Journal below. If you would like to learn a simple and good way of Daily Devotion method please read my “Count Down 5” from this blog. You may click this link directly for the method: Subject Shifting Devotion.pdf. (You may begin with a song to praise the Lord and complete you devotion by singing another praise song.)

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全地至高是我主 You Are Top No. 1

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I will be careful to lead a blameless life -
when will you come to me?
I will walk in my house with blameless heart.
Psalm 101: 2

What I received from Jesus today is: Be careful to lead a blameless life!

If you have not received this sad news then this is the time that I need to deliver this news to you that as of this Monday all bishops of AMiA except Bishop Thad Barnam resigned from the House of Bishop of the Anglican Church of Rwanda. If you want to know more about this you may visit David Virtue's site:

I am not talking about who's right and who's wrong here but I want each one of you to take the message of Psalm 101 into your heart that we need to be careful to digest this sad news. We need to fast and pray to discern God's will for our future journey. We need to "walk in our house - AMiA, ACiC, AI with blameless heart" because people will be and are blaming each others for this kind of things to happen. I sincerely hope that those things from verses 3 to 8 may not happen to those who act carelessly!

In a letter I send to all clergy yesterday to deliver this news I call for a seven days fasting and prayers starting today. May the Lord bless the Anglican Mission of the Americas!

Dear Lord Jesus,
Help us to walk with you with blameless heart.
Jesus name we pray. Amen.

**Please see below my letter to all clergy of ACiC and AI as below:

December 6, 2011

Dear clergy, brothers and sisters of ACiC and AI,

Over the past week or so there have been a number of communications that have been received by the Bishops in the Anglican Mission from the House of Bishops in Rwanda. These communications are a culmination of several months worth of exchanges that have been out of character with the historic relationship that we have enjoyed with the HOB of Rwanda. They have, however, come to capture an attitude emanating from the HOB in Rwanda that has been unsettling, at best, for those of us who are Bishops in the Mission.

The most challenging aspect of these recent exchanges (and, again, this is out of character with the relationship we have enjoyed during the preceding ten years) has been the lack of opportunity for our Council of Bishops to respond to their requests before they have made these private communications public through the web and the press.

This pattern culminated yesterday in an article on the web that is both substantively inaccurate and destructive of the trust between the HOB of Rwanda and our Council of Bishops, as it once again made public private communications that we had not had an opportunity to respond to.

You will note that as of yesterday afternoon I, along with all the Mission's Bishops except Bishop Barnum, have resigned from the House of Bishops of Rwanda. I have attached the letter of resignation from our House of Bishops to Archbishop Rwaje for your information. I will let that letter speak for itself.

There, of course, will be questions that need to answered, conversations to be had, and reconciliation pursued where appropriate. I am deeply appreciative of the relationship that we have enjoyed over the past ten years and remarkably disappointed by the events that have led us to this day.


+ Silas Ng

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Prayer items today:


Bishop: Rt. Rev. Silas Ng (Michelle)

Network Leader: Rev. Peter Klenner (Jenny)

Network Leadership Team: Rt. Rev. Silas Ng, Rev. Peter Klenner, Rev. Ed Hird (Janice), Rev. Simon Neill (Jo), Rev. Ken Bell (Sonya), Mr. Andy Li (Amy)

Bishop's Chaplain: Rev. Ed Hird (Janice)

Bishop's Assistant: Mrs. Michelle Ng (Silas)

Clergy Formation Advisor: Rev. Ken Bell (Sonya)

Treasurer: Mr. Andy Li(Amy)

Administrator: Mrs. Zenia Cheng (Clarence)

Pray for one Rwanda and Anglican Mission bishop one day at a time:
The Most Rev. Emmanuel Kolini (Freda)

The Most Rev. Moses Tay (Cynthia)

The Most Rev. Yong Ping Chung (Julia)

The Rt. Rev. Chuck Murphy, III (Margaret)

Pray for one ACiC/AI church one day at a time:
Richmond Emmanuel Church

Rector/Senior Pastor: Rt. Rev.SilasNg (Michelle)

Teaching Pastor: Pastor Eliza Poon (Harry)

English & Youth Pastor: Pastor Joshua Siu (Rachel)

Children Ministry: Mr. Jim Kelly (Margaret)

Music Ministry: Miss Emily Yeung

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