Translations

The Way of RighteousnessNjia ya Haki: Kitabu 1Njia ya Haki: Kitabu 2Njia ya Haki: Kitabu 3

Le Chemin de la Justice

Paul D. Bramsen

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Les histoires et le message des prophètes

Un proverbe wolof dit: "Même si une branche trempe longtemps dans l'eau, elle ne devient pas un crocodile."

De la même façon, ce n'est pas en pratiquant des rituels religieux qu'on devient juste aux yeux de Dieu.

"La vie est dans le chemin de la justice..." Proverbes 12.28

Le Chemin de la Justice est la traduction de "Yoonu Njub": une série de 100 émissions radiophoniques d'une durée de 15 minutes chacune. Écrites originalement en langue wolof pour le peuple musulman du Séné gal en Afrique de l'Ouest, elles sont maintenant traduites en plus de soixante-dix langues pour une diffusion en Afrique, au Moyen-Orient et au-delà de ces frontières.

Commençant avec la Torah de Moïse, Le Chemin de la Justice transporte le lecteur à travers les écrits des prophètes afin de découvrir le but inaltérable de Dieu pur l'humanité et pour entendre sa merveilleuse réponse à la question posée par le prophète job vieille de quatre mille ans: "Comment l'homme serait-il juste devant Dieu?" Job 9.2

A Muslim lady
"The best religious book I have ever read!"

Uplook magazine
"Paul Bramsen has done the [world] a great service with this book..."

Bible translator in East Africa
"My translation assistant and I are working through your material and are enjoying it so much..."

Uplook Magazine, January 2000
"This book has as many uses as a Swiss Army knife."

Uplook Magazine, January 2000
"...great for the large Muslim prison population in the US."

Uplook Magazine, January 2000
"...the book could actually be used as a teacher's (or parent's) guide to teach young people right through the Word of God."

Book Description
"Even if a log soaks a long time in water, it will never become a crocodile" (Wolof Proverb) ...nor will being RELIGIOUS make a person RIGHTEOUS. The Way of Righteousness is an English translation of one-hundred 15-minute radio programs first written in the Wolof language for the Muslims of Senegal, West Africa. With Islam's perspective of God, man, sin and salvation in mind, The Way of Righteousness chronologically presents the key stories and central message of God's prophets according to the Bible. All one-hundred programs are interconnected, yet each stands alone - challenging the listener to consider God's righteous way of salvation.

This book has a two-fold purpose: 1.) READING BY FRENCH-SPEAKING MUSLIMS AND ALL TRUE SEEKERS; 2.) TRANSLATION INTO OTHER LANGUAGES FOR RADIO BROADCAST. Currently, The Way of Righteousness is being (or has been) translated into more than twenty languages.

From Paul Bramsen
I cannot claim originality for this series any more than one who arranges a bouquet can take credit for the fragrant aroma and exquisite beauty of the flowers. These 100 lessons are a simple arrangement of the glorious Word of God and a display of the One who is "altogether lovely."

Book Description Continued
"Even if a log soaks a long time in water, it will never become a crocodile." (Wolof proverb) ...nor does being RELIGIOUS make a person RIGHTEOUS. Religious rituals and good deeds may make people FEEL and APPEAR righteous, but they do not make them truly righteous before God.

THE WAY OF RIGHTEOUSNESS is an French translation of one hundred 15-minute radio programs originally written in the Wolof language for the Muslims of Senegal, West Africa. Beginning with the Torah of Moses, this book journeys through the writings of the prophets to view God's unalterable purpose throughout human history and to hear God's timeless answer to a 4000-year-old question: "HOW CAN A MAN BE RIGHTEOUS BEFORE GOD?" (The Prophet Job)

Muslims believe that God has revealed His will through four holy books (Torah, Psalms, Gospel, Qur'an). Yet few Muslims ever have opportunity to hear and understand God's Good News according to the Torah, the Psalms and the Gospel. These 100 concise lessons offer that opportunity.

"IN THE WAY OF RIGHTEOUSNESS IS LIFE..." (The Prophet Solomon)

Paul D. Bramsen

Over the past quarter-century, Paul Bramsen and his wife have lived, worked and raised their family in a majority-Muslim nation on the edge of the Sahara. Paul's writings flow from a passion for the Scriptures and from thousands of dialogues with Muslim friends, neighbors and acquaintances. Paul is also the author of “The Way of Righteousness,” a 100-program chronological radio series, which has been or is being translated into over 70 languages fro broadcast in Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
I am a native of Santa Barbara, California. Since a kid I have enjoyed photography and film-making – especially in the great outdoors. My main passions in life, however, are my God, His Word and my family. Since my late teens I have made study of the Holy Scriptures a serious pursuit. I know of nothing more rewarding! God's Word is awesome–and worthy of our full trust! I plan to meditate its pages til my dying day. I love my wife and three kids too. Carol and I are blessed to have three children who have grown into responsible young adults with hearts of love for God and people. We have worked in Senegal, West Africa since 1981. Two of our three children were born there. Senegal is a unique majority-Muslim-nation that grants its people the basic right to choose what they will or will not believe. We consider it a tremendous privilege to be allowed to teach the central message of God's true prophets to any who earnestly desire the knowledge of God and His "so great ! salvation." What a joy has been ours to witness the transformation that has taken place in the hearts and lives of those who have believed!

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