Villain of Good Friday

The day before all the disciples' was With Jesus Christ to take part in Last Super. It was the time when the Judas Iscariot the dinner and started his mission to take revenge of that was said by the Lord Jesus Christ We presume that Jesus was well aware of the attitude of Judas Iscariot but not aware of the action he will take against Jesus Christ. After this Super Jesus went to alone place to pray. It was the place or we can say the Garden at the distance of half an hour walk.

ON THE NIGHT in which He was betrayed by Judas, Jesus offered a prayer which is recorded in gospel of John. It was the time when measurable events started in the life of the "son of God", who was sent by God to save human being.

" Those that Thou gavest me I have kept and none of them is lost, but the son of perdition;" Of all the characters who march across the stage of Bible history there is non so tragic nor so despicable as that of Judas Iscariot. A poet described him as:
The base Judean who flung a pearl away
Richer than all his tribr."

There is something horrible about the way he betrayed Christ with a kiss. One preacher has described it as, "The hiss of a kiss."

Not the least of all the darksome aspects of his life is the way he died. There is a mystery of horror about this character which makes him typical of all the dastardly traitors of all the ages. Even Jesus said of him, " it would have been good had he never been born."

Thomas De Quincey, in his essay on Judas Iscariot, he describes him as one who actually loved Jesus and only hung himself because his scheme for forcing Jesus into political leadership against Rome misfired and Jesus himself was accidentally put to death. The only trouble with this and other recent Attempts to white wash the character Of Judas is that Jesus Himself rejected his interpretation before Judas even betrayed Him. Jesus said, “Have I not chosen you twelve, and yet one of you is a devil? (John 6:70).

“ The son of Man goeth as it is written of Him but woe unto that man by whom the Son of Man is betrayed. It had been good for that man if he had not been born.”(Matt. 26:24)

Many of us are betraying our Lord Jesus and put Him on Cross. Being Christian follow Christ. See your Christ on the Cross. He has forgiven you of your sin and call you to follow Him and enjoy everlasting peaceful Life after death. You have dedicated your life Christian fellowship . Read Bible every day and strengthen your way of Life.

The Most Rev. Samuel Prakash
Metropolitan, Anglican Church of India

Lent Message 2016

The lord's high priestly prayer "that they all ma be One" continue to motivate various ecumenical efforts among denominations, but much more should it motivate is concerning Anglicans' who informally speak of ourselves not as Churches but as jurisdictions. After all, what we officially claim in common... the Faith, our title deeds, our heritage and until so recently, history, Holy Orders, prayer Book, constitution, Canons and Rules, what we do not share. The Lord Jesus Christ call you to meditate during this Lenten Season and repent if going in wrong track.

So, why are we divided into some about two dozens jurisdictions of which perhaps a quarter a authentically Anglican and many others are to some degree either old Catholic or new creations.

Many reasons have been propose, although since nothing has been done about them they are excuses more than reasons. Most implicates members of the Clergy and most are one form o another of plain sin. Personal ambition, pride, jealousy or another of plain sin. Personal ambition, pride arrogance and stubbornness have all contributed to our divisions. More particularly there have been games of one gunmanship and of playing Churchl there has been scandal of divorced and remarried Bishops; there has been countenancing and reconsecrarations shich are an attack upon the very nature of Holy Orders; there has been sheep stealing and the splitting of congregations for personal reasons and thw all too easy movement of congregations from one jurisdiction to another to circumvent duly constituted authority and discipline. There has been the casual receiving of clergymen from other traditions. Some are not Anglican baptized and confirm members and posing themselves Anglican Bishops without proper knoeledge of traditional "Book of Common Prayer" Such Anglicans are only selling consecrated Anglican properties for their own interest and not to deposit money in Anglican Church Account. They do not follow the Constitution, Canons and Rules of Anglican Cummunion. They have opportunity to repent before God Almighty during the Lenten Season. We must pray for such persons.

It is glorious Biblical Catholic and Apostolic Faith that Traditional Anglicans are called to believe and proclaim the truth of the family of Christ of which are members through our Baptism, Confirmation and fed with the food of Heaven in Holy Communion.

God be with you during this Lent and bless you thriugh eternal Life in Christ.

The Most Rev. Samuel Prakash
Metropolitan, Anglican Church of India

Remembering Mrs W. R. Prakash

Born in 1944 in Gorakhpur, married to Archbishop Prakash in year 1968, passed away in 2014.

Being a pure soul, she lived her life serving ministry of Christ and she did her part to make this earth a better place for us to live. She was a knowledgable, humble and forgiving lady. With whatever God gave her she accepted it and was content with it. Followed Christ in every step of life, she played every role perfectly.

Being a Christian person of faith she believed and followed : Romans 12:21 "Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good." She believed in doing good because God is the only one who can judge and will judge on the final day.

Being part of Anglican Church of India and Traditional Anglican communion worldwide, she played a vital role by giving support to the church. With Archbishop Prakash she attended and supported Anglican events, meetings and celebrations in India and around the world. She mentored many by living her life by Bible and preached word of God to the people. Every year she provided leadership to the Christian Anglican youth in the youth camp and annual Christmas program.

With her love she nurtured a beautiful family. Being a wife, a mom and a grand mom she fulfilled all her roles perfectly, she stood by strongly and courageously supporting in difficult times. Her bright smile lightened the day with joy and hope, her pure heart poured her unconditional love. She was always there for her family when need be. She guided each one with a vision that Christ showed her.

Being a social worker she helped the community and worked for women empowerment. She was leader in Congress party and did her part to create a better world for all of us.

She was a teacher with passion to educate children and spread literacy to people who can't afford. She taught women from various neighbouring villages to read and write, she started the school to provide education to children. Along with Archbishop Prakash she supported kids and youths financially to complete their both basic and professional education.

Looking at the past we remember that she was a complete and a perfect person. God send her on this earth and she lived her life happily and successfully achieved all the goals that God wanted her to do on this earth. On 4th December, God Almighty called her back to His heavenly Kingdom and gave her an eternal life.

She has gone from this earth but she will live in our hearts for ever and ever. She was truly a blessing for each one of us. She left behind her legacy for us and we have to live by it. We pray that her soul rests in peace in Jesus Christ our Lord Almighty.

Anglican Church of India & Property

It is for your information that the Anglican Church of India, formerly known as the Church of England in India is autonomous Church and statutory body formed by the Acts of Parliament. It had a large jurisdiction to follow the same Constitution, Canons and rules and called the "Anglican Church of India, Pakistan, Burma and Ceylon (C.I.P.B.C.). The Anglican Church of India under the leadership of the Most Reverend Samuel P. Prakash, Metropolitan of India, is affiliated to the Worldwide Traditional Anglican Communion. The basic and fundamental Faith followed by:-

  • The Constitution, Canons and Rules (CCR)
  • The Holy Bible
  • The Book of Common Prayer

    After the formation of Spiritual Union in 1970, most congregations were against to this Church Union and continued the Anglican Faith and practice. On the same fundamentals as above. The most Rev. Samuel P. Prakash is elected Acting Primate of the Worldwide Traditional Anglican Communion and consecrated two Bishops in England as Chief Consecrator.

    The Anglican Church of India reserves right and authority as valid and constitutional Apostolic Succession make Bishops till they faithfully serve the Anglican Church. The Anglican Church of India has removed the following priests and Bishops from the Anglican Church due to their unauthentic and unconstitutional activities. They have sold most of the consecrated prime land of Anglican Church. They are no more now Anglican Priests or Bishops. They have now no right and authority to deal with the Anglican Church properties. They are as follows:-

    Name Removed on
    1. John Augustine 15th May 1997
    2. Gabriel Buxla 5th April 2008
    3. Johnson T. John 3rd February 2004
    4. Santosh Sagar 15th December 2004
    5. Samuel T. Ponniah 17th November 2011
    6. Patick Hosea 17th November 2011
    7. Rockas Sandhu 22nd January 2013

    The above persons are not Anglican Bishops, nor have the authority to sell properties.

    The Most Rev. Samuel P. Prakash
    Metropolitan, Anglican Church of India

    ACI PROPERTY (hindi)

    Reality Of Most Rev. John Augustine
    So called Metropolitan

    Reality Of
    So Called Church of India (Anglican) (C.I.P.B.C) -
    (A Registered Society)
    The Church of India (CIPBC) (formerly the Church of England in India) is the original Anglican Church in India. The Anglican presence in India dates back four hundred years ago to 1600, when Queen Elizabeth I, was still on the throne of England. From that time until within living memory British Chaplains and missionaries arrived in ever increasing number, and were territory included not only India the first to minister to the expatriate British community and later to bring the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the Indian people themselves.

    For the next ninety years that is until 1927 the Church of India was a Province of the Church of England, under the authority of the Crown and the British Parliament. Arising from the enactment of the Indian Church Measure, 1927 and the Indian Church Act, 1927 for the dissolution of its legal connection with the Church of England, the Church of India, Burma and Ceylon formed the ecclesiastical Province. It was the time it governed by its own very comprehensive “Constitution, Canons and Rules are binding on all members of the Anglican Church of India, that is all the clergy and lay people as well. It was the Government Church under Ecclesiastical department and Crown was the trustee of the Anglican Church.    more...

    Archbishop Samuel P. Prakash
    The Acting Primate of The Traditional Anglican Communion
    The Metropolitan Anglican Church of India

    Archbishop John Hepworth
    Ex Primate
    Traditional Anglican Communion

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    Cost Rs.300/- per book. Limited stock.

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