The Lord's Prayer: TekeThis Lord's Prayer is part of a project that includes dozens of languages. Read more here ↗.
BIU TERA UKE NGIELEZAU
YIBA KWUMU IKA ENZE NKWAUMU
ENZE BOMFUMU BUYA
ENZE MANDO IKA MUTIUNU
MAKE NSI AMPE KU NGIELEZAU
LIWA ALABIU LOBULI
BIU BIYE TCHU TO TCHU BILO [food]
LILIMBISA ALABIU BIU MASUMU
AMPE ALABIU MPE LELILIMBISA
BIU BARA BALISI KU OBI
MPE SOMO ALABIU LIKUARA MU MAMABI
KASI MZE ALABIU AU MUNGO ME MBURI MBI
Grateful thanks to Amstrong Makima Ngande, translator, and Cesar Massanga, Coordonateur of Goodseed in the DRC, for arranging for this translation! Audio coming soon, Godwilling.
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About our "Voices Home" Lord's Prayer Project
We offer a growing library of aesthetically pleasing, culturally sensitive versions of The Lord's Prayer in many world languages, with podcast, DVD, and resources for your own rich, meaningful, multicultural Lord's Prayer experience. We're working to extend the reach of the prayer Jesus taught us, with podcasts, a DVD, online videos, songs, sheet music, and more. Transcending language and cultural barriers, The project name, "Voices Home," refers to how this project transcends skin-deep differences; it's the same prayer, lifted homeward.