Celebrating Pentecost in ‘other’ tongues

Some American congregations are going to listen to the Scripture read in an “other” language and have it translated into English for them this year using the recently launched Komba New Testament as their translation of choice. Here is Acts 2:1-8 read in Likɔɔnl (Komba) and translated into English by Rev. Emmanuel Mananyina.

Here is what Acts 2.1-8 looks like in Komba.

If you have the capability or preference to look at some visuals while listening to the text. You might want to scroll through these shots from the launching of the Likɔɔnl (Komba) New Testament November 1, 2014.

One thought on “Celebrating Pentecost in ‘other’ tongues”

  1. It’s thrilling and uplifting to hear the Bible read in the Komba language! Thank you, Nathan and Sarah, for your ministry and your commitment, and thank you, Jesus!

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