Imagine if the Bible in English had only the books of Jonah and Ruth, and just a few chapters of Genesis and Exodus, but the rest of the Old Testament was missing. For the New Testament it only contained a few portions of the Gospels and some chapters of Acts, Romans and Ephesians; that wouldn’t be all that good, right? But that is how it was for the 11,000 Palaka speakers in northern Ivory Coast… But now, thanks to their former co-worker Denny Johnson, they have their first complete book of the New Testament. The book of Matthew has been checked, printed and the first ten copies have been taken out and handed to the very grateful church leaders and Bible teachers. A final check of the whole book of Acts has been carried out and preliminary checks have also been completed on the book of Romans. Other books that are being worked on are Daniel, 1 Corinthians, Ephesians, 1 Timothy and Titus. Gradualy the Palaka are getting their Scriptures.
Source: New Tribes Mission; Revival Media
Bible Study: Psalm 119:89-96
PRAISE God that these people can now study much of God’s Word for themselves.