Daily Topic for September 15, 2017

Psalms 103: 1-4, NKJV
Bless the LORD, o my soul; and all that is within me, bless his holy name! Bless the LORD, o my soul, and forget not all his benefits: who forgives all your iniquities, who heals all your diseases, who redeems your life from destruction...

May every Brahmin group in Jammu and Kashmir bless the Lord with all that is within them! May they recognize God as the forgiver of sins and the healer of all diseases.

Gaur Brahmins

by LR

The Gaur bull, the largest bull species found in the Indian plains, tilled the soil for the Brahmin farmer. As the bull effortlessly churned the earth with unbridled strength, the Gaur Brahmin watched with pride. The Hindu Brahmin belonged to a Guar clan named after the bull’s power. His people believe the Guar bull is the only animal that refuses to bow down to a lion. Likewise, they believe that Guar Brahmins are the only people who refused to submit to any king, represented as a lion. They also were responsible for advancing the movement for a unified India.
Many years ago, Brahmins were the spiritual consultants for the Hindu kings. Today, regional traditions significantly separate Brahmin communities from each other. Some are vegetarian, some eat meat, some allow divorce, some imbibe alcohol, some are priests, some are musicians, some are doctors, some work in government service, some are self-employed, and some work other people’s land. But all 3,200,000 Guar Brahmins have pride in being Guar and, according to Hindu mythology, in being the originators of the human race.
They remain 100 percent Hindu and worship all the major gods and goddesses. They are completely unreached with the gospel.

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Pray that the Holy Spirit will speak clearly to Gaur Brahmin community leaders, and commission them to bring true spiritual power and holiness to their people. Pray that pride will not keep these Brahmins from submitting to the Lion of Judah.


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