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Solidarity with Hiroshima’s Pain (Psalm 147:3, Jeremiah 33:6)


Jun Kajihama, NCC Secretary Experiences ordinary for a person who grew up in Hiroshima: that I was transfixed in front of wax figures of adults and children just after the atomic bombing standing at the entrance to the Peace Memorial Museum; that I ran in front of the Japan Red Cross Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Hospital; that I was told often from grandparents and neighbors, "I don’t want to remember ‘Pika,’ I don’t want to talk about it." I spent my childhood in a town where the atomic bomb was dropped 73 years ago. In the comic "The Town of Evening ...

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The Eyes That Gaze at Peace (Luke 12:32)


Kim Sungjae, NCC General Secretary There was God's plan that was beyond people's thought in the time of 40 years Moses and the Israelites, the people of Exodus, journeyed for Canaan. The pillar of cloud in the daytime and the pillar of fire in the night were their guides, and Moses and his people didn't lose them. When the people asked God that they reach the land of Canaan and be protected by God until they get there, God asked the people that they would not lose the guide He gave even in the midst of trouble in the desert, ...

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