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Dari, Kalender, Veilige haven, 2023-2023

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Dari-Pasjtoe Posterkalender, Veilge Haven. 

تقویم مسیحی افغان ۱۳۹۷

Afghan Christian Calendar 1397

Safe Haven

Many Afghans continue to greatly suffer as uncertainty, hostility, and violence persist in Afghanistan. Those Afghans living in other countries as refugees also face many difficulties and hardships. 

The calendar shows pictures with beautiful scenes from Afghanistan. The accompanying Bible verses, Afghan proverbs and poetry in Dari and Pashto aim to encourage Afghans to seek to know God. Every page includes links to Afghan Christian websites and social media.

Features of the calendar:

  • 16 pages letter-size, printed on full-color glossy paper.
  • The calendar is for the Afghan year 1401. It begins the last month of 1400 and continues through the
  • first month of 1402 (from February 2022 until April 2023). In Afghanistan, March 21st is a national holiday, Nowruz (New Year's Day). The calendar is an ideal New Year's gift for Afghans! Even months after Nowruz, Afghans are glad to receive the calendar. They often save the beautiful calendar pictures of Afghanistan for years after the calendar was originally published.
  • The names of the months and the Bible verses are in the two national languages of Afghanistan, Dari and Pashto. The names of the Iranian months are also shown.
  • The Western (Gregorian) calendar is printed alongside the Afghan (solar) calendar. This helps Afghans to understand and reconcile dates between the two calendar systems.
  • Various Afghan Christian websites and social media links are listed in the calendar for further follow-up resources.

English Translation of the Afghan Christian Calendar - Year 1402

Title Page: Photo of Band-i Amir: The area is located in the province of Bamiyan

Title of calendar in Dari language: “Safe Haven”

1. Photo of the citadel of Herat

Photo text in the Afghan language Dari, “The LORD also will be a refuge for the oppressed, a refuge in times of trouble.” (Psalm 9:9)

Inset text in the Afghan language Pashto (next to the small photo of flowers, in blue-coloured box), 
“Seek God's will every day and take refuge in Him”

2. Photo of a woman holding a child in her arms and asking for help

Photo text, ”Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” (Matthew 11:28)

Inset text in Dari (next to the small photo of Children sitting waiting for help, in green-coloured box),
“Oh you, who are broken hearted; know that you are not alone. Your God is a safe haven.”

3. Photo of agricultural land in the village

Dari text, “Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty. 
I will say of the Lord, ‘He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.’" (Psalm 91:1-2)

Inset text in Pashto (next to the small photo of a father with his children on the roof, in gold-coloured box), “God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.” (Psalm 46:1)

4. Photo of The Old Bazaar in Kabul Afghanistan

Photo text in Pashto, “LORD… you are my hiding place and my shield: I have put my hope in your word” (Psalm 119:89,114)

Inset text is poetry in Dari (next to the small photo of a mountain, in light brown-coloured box), 
“I examined my heart in thousands of ways
Nothing pleased it, except your connection” (Molana)

5. Photo View of Kabul city

Photo text in Dari, “The one who says I am lonely, has never listened to God’s words who is always his safe haven”

Inset text in Pashto (next to the small photo metalware for sale in the copper market, in beige-coloured box), “But the Lord is faithful, and he will strengthen you and protect you from the evil one.” 
(2 Thessalonians 3:3)

6. Photo The houses on the mountainside

Photo text in Pashto, “Anyone who faces problems and calamity can take refuge in God’s safe haven and find a way out of his difficulties.”

Inset text in Dari (next to the small photo of two men talking, in blue-coloured box), 
“O my God… I will sing of your strength, in the morning I will sing of your love;
for you are my fortress, my refuge in times of trouble.” (Psalm 59: 1, 16)

7. Photo of an Old man

Photo text in Pashto text,
“As long as God is there, no one is alone.
If I am lost, if you are tired,
beyond the veil of our tears is God's warm shelter
He is right here, beside you and me.
He has been waiting for years.”

Inset text in Dari (next to the small photo of Snowy winter in Kabul, in gold-coloured box), 
“God's hand is always extended to help you.
Take his hand and stand up, so nothing can stop you from reaching your goals.”

Back page - Photo of the Citadel in Herat

Top of page in Dari, “O God, attend to my prayer. From the end of the earth, I will cry to You.
When my heart is overwhelmed, lead me to the rock that is higher than I. For You have been a shelter for me; a strong tower from the enemy.” Psalm 61:1-3

Bottom of page: “You can contact us at this e-mail address: Calendar@Hope4Afghans.com”

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Een uitstekende uitgave voor evangelisatie.

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