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RSCM Annual Festival Service Book 2019

Where shall Wisdom be Found? gives liturgical form to the search for wisdom, for it is through prayer that our search finds its most eloquent expression. As well as RSCM Festival Services, it lends itself to accompany important decision-making moments in the church community, or a means by which the church could pray for a national or global situation. The service has been devised by James Steven (Academic Dean at Sarum College), Adrian Lucas (Head of Choral Studies, RSCM) and Tim Ruffer (Head of Publishing, RSCM).

The book includes works by Lennox Berkeley, Herbert Brewer, Harold Darke, Grayston Ives, Adrian Lucas, Peter Moger, Margaret Rizza and Will Todd, as well as a specially commissioned Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis for Unison Voices by Philip Wilby. There is also a thread of Plainchant running through the service that could allow for a very simple liturgy using the church’s most ancient music.

Where shall Wisdom be Found? includes a wide selection of hymns and songs, and a choice of choral items suitable for full SATB choir as well as those with more limited resources. Equally suitable for Area Festivals performed by hundreds and for smaller local services, this book offers a treasure store for use on many occasions.

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Winston Churchill was known for his sharp wit, but that wit was also full of wisdom . Here are 20 quotes full worth pondering.

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Long long ago people didn’t know anything. They didn’t know how to plant crops, or how to weave cloth, or how to make iron tools. The god Nyame up in the sky had all the wisdom of the world. He kept it safe in a clay pot.

Long long ago people didn't know anything. They didn't know how to plant crops, or how to weave cloth, or how to make iron tools. The god Nyame up in the sky had all the wisdom of the world. He kept it safe in a clay pot.

Il y a longtemps, les gens ne savaient rien. Ils ne savaient pas comment faire une récolte, ou comment tisser, ou comment fabriquer des outils de fer. Le dieu Nyame dans le ciel avait toute la sagesse dans le monde. Il la gardait en sécurité dans un pot en argile.


One day, Nyame decided that he would give the pot of wisdom to Anansi. Every time Anansi looked in the clay pot, he learned something new. It was so exciting!

One day, Nyame decided that he would give the pot of wisdom to Anansi. Every time Anansi looked in the clay pot, he learned something new. It was so exciting!

Un jour, Nyame décida qu'il donnerait le pot de sagesse à Anansi. Chaque fois qu'Anansi regardait dans le pot en argile, il apprenait quelque chose de nouveau. C'était tellement excitant !


Greedy Anansi thought, “I’ll keep the pot safe at the top of a tall tree. Then I can have it all to myself!” He spun a long thread, wound it round the clay pot, and tied it to his stomach. He began to climb the tree. But it was hard climbing the tree with the pot bumping him in the knees all the time.

Greedy Anansi thought, "I'll keep the pot safe at the top of a tall tree. Then I can have it all to myself!" He spun a long thread, wound it round the clay pot, and tied it to his stomach. He began to climb the tree. But it was hard climbing the tree with the pot bumping him in the knees all the time.

Anansi l'avide pensa, « Je vais garder le pot en sécurité en haut d'un grand arbre. Comme ça je pourrai l'avoir à moi seul ! » Il fila un fil long, l'enroula autour du pot en argile et l'attacha à son estomac. Il commença à grimper l'arbre. Mais c'était difficile de grimper l'arbre avec le pot qui le cognait dans les genoux tout le temps.


All the time Anansi’s young son had been standing at the bottom of the tree watching. He said, “Wouldn’t it be easier to climb if you tied the pot to your back instead?” Anansi tried tying the clay pot full of wisdom to his back, and it really was a lot easier.

All the time Anansi's young son had been standing at the bottom of the tree watching. He said, "Wouldn't it be easier to climb if you tied the pot to your back instead?" Anansi tried tying the clay pot full of wisdom to his back, and it really was a lot easier.

Tout le long, le jeune fils d'Anansi avait été debout en bas de l'arbre en train de regarder. « Ne serait-il pas plus facile d'attacher le pot à ton dos plutôt ? » Anansi essaya d'attacher le pot rempli de sagesse à son dos et ce fut vraiment plus facile.


In no time he reached the top of the tree. But then he stopped and thought, “I’m supposed to be the one with all the wisdom, and here my son was cleverer than me!” Anansi was so angry about this that he threw the clay pot down out of the tree.

In no time he reached the top of the tree. But then he stopped and thought, "I'm supposed to be the one with all the wisdom, and here my son was cleverer than me!" Anansi was so angry about this that he threw the clay pot down out of the tree.

Dans peu de temps il atteignit le sommet de l'arbre. Mais il arrêta et pensa, « Je suis supposé être celui avec toute la sagesse et voici que mon fils fut plus sage que moi ! » Anansi était tellement fâché à propos de ceci qu'il lança le pot en argile en bas de l'arbre.


It smashed into pieces on the ground. The wisdom was free for everyone to share. And that is how people learned to farm, to weave cloth, to make iron tools, and all the other things that people know how to do.

It smashed into pieces on the ground. The wisdom was free for everyone to share. And that is how people learned to farm, to weave cloth, to make iron tools, and all the other things that people know how to do.

Le pot cassa en mille morceaux sur le sol. La sagesse fut disponible pour tous à partager. Et c'est ainsi que les gens apprirent à cultiver, tisser, fabriquer des outils de fer, et toutes les autres choses que les gens savent comment faire.


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The Choosing of the Seven
…2So the Twelve summoned all the disciples and said, “It is unacceptable for us to neglect the word of God in order to wait on tables. 3Therefore,brothers,selectfromamong yousevenmenconfirmed to befullof the Spiritandwisdom.We will appointthisresponsibilityto them4and devote ourselves to prayer and to the ministry of the word.”…

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Cross References

Exodus 18:21
Furthermore, select capable men from among the people--God-fearing, trustworthy men who are averse to dishonest gain. Appoint them over the people as leaders of thousands, of hundreds, of fifties, and of tens.

John 21:23
Because of this, the rumor spread among the brothers that this disciple would not die. However, Jesus did not say that he would not die, but only, "If I want him to remain until I return, what is that to you?"

Acts 1:15
In those days Peter stood up among the brothers (a gathering of about a hundred and twenty) and said,

Acts 2:4
And they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in other tongues as the Spirit enabled them.

Acts 6:2
So the Twelve summoned all the disciples and said, "It is unacceptable for us to neglect the word of God in order to wait on tables.

Acts 6:5
This proposal pleased the whole group. They chose Stephen, a man full of faith and of the Holy Spirit, as well as Philip, Prochorus, Nicanor, Timon, Parmenas, and Nicolas from Antioch, a convert to Judaism.

Acts 22:12
There a man named Ananias, a devout observer of the Law who was highly regarded by all the Jews living there,

Acts 28:14
There we found some brothers who invited us to spend the week with them. And so we came to Rome.

3 John 1:12
Demetrius has received a good testimony from everyone, and from the truth itself. We also testify for him, and you know that our testimony is true.

Treasury of Scripture

Why, brothers, look you out among you seven men of honest report, full of the Holy Ghost and wisdom, whom we may appoint over this business.

brethren.

Acts 9:30
Which when the brethren knew, they brought him down to Caesarea, and sent him forth to Tarsus.

Acts 15:23
And they wrote letters by them after this manner; The apostles and elders and brethren send greeting unto the brethren which are of the Gentiles in Antioch and Syria and Cilicia:

Matthew 23:8
But be not ye called Rabbi: for one is your Master, even Christ; and all ye are brethren.

look.

Acts 1:21
Wherefore of these men which have companied with us all the time that the Lord Jesus went in and out among us,

Numbers 11:16
And the LORD said unto Moses, Gather unto me seventy men of the elders of Israel, whom thou knowest to be the elders of the people, and officers over them; and bring them unto the tabernacle of the congregation, that they may stand there with thee.

Deuteronomy 1:13
Take you wise men, and understanding, and known among your tribes, and I will make them rulers over you.

honest.

Acts 10:22
And they said, Cornelius the centurion, a just man, and one that feareth God, and of good report among all the nation of the Jews, was warned from God by an holy angel to send for thee into his house, and to hear words of thee.

Acts 16:2
Which was well reported of by the brethren that were at Lystra and Iconium.

Acts 22:12
And one Ananias, a devout man according to the law, having a good report of all the Jews which dwelt there,

full.

Acts 2:4
And they were all filled with the Holy Ghost, and began to speak with other tongues, as the Spirit gave them utterance.

Genesis 41:38,39
And Pharaoh said unto his servants, Can we find such a one as this is, a man in whom the Spirit of God is? …

Numbers 11:17-25
And I will come down and talk with thee there: and I will take of the spirit which is upon thee, and will put it upon them; and they shall bear the burden of the people with thee, that thou bear it not thyself alone…

whom.

Acts 6:6
Whom they set before the apostles: and when they had prayed, they laid their hands on them.

Acts 13:2,3
As they ministered to the Lord, and fasted, the Holy Ghost said, Separate me Barnabas and Saul for the work whereunto I have called them…

1 Timothy 3:8-15
Likewise must the deacons be grave, not doubletongued, not given to much wine, not greedy of filthy lucre; …

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Mark #2: Full of the Spirit and Wisdom

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Knowing the proverbs of a people can help you better understand their shared values and beliefs.

In Haiti, some proverbs permeate the country’s popular culture and are even part of the country’s heritage.

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Here is a list of proverbs that originate directly from Haitian culture :

Se rat kay k ap manje kay

Translation : It’s the house’s rat that eats the house

Meaning : When looking for a culprit, he is often around us or near us.

Twou manti pa fon

Translation : The hole of lies isn’t deep

Meaning : You don’t have to look far for the truth to be revealed.

Sa ou fè se li ou wè

Translation : What you do is what you see

Meaning : What we see in our life is the result of our actions.

Moun ki ba ou konsèy achte kabrit nan lapli, se pa li ki ede w pran swen li nan lesèk

Translation : People who advise you to buy goats during the rain are not the ones who will help you feed them during the drought

Meaning : People around you may give you advice, but you are still solely responsible for your actions.

Fòse moun fè sa yo pa vle fè se tankou esye plen lanmè ak wòch

Translation : Forcing people to do what they do not want to do is like trying to fill the ocean with rocks.

Meaning : You can not force people to act against their will.

Kay koule twonpe solèy, men li pa twonpe lapli

Translation : A leaky roof tricks the sun, but it does not deceive the rain.

Meaning : A person’s mistakes will be exposed sooner or later. p>

Kouri lapli, tonbe larivyè

Translation : Running in the rain, falling in the river.

Meaning : By avoiding a certain outcome, sometimes we fall into a worse situation.

Pitit se richès malere

Translation : Children are the wealth of the poor

Meaning : Children bring happiness and comfort to the less fortunate. They are also the future of their families.

Tanbou bat nan raje, men se lakay li vin danse

Translation : The drum is beaten in the grass, but it is at home that it comes to dance

Meaning : Acts that are done outside the home end up having repercussions in the family.

Manman chen pa janm mòde pitit li jous nan zo

Translation : A dog’s mother will never bite her little ones to the bones

Meaning : Even though a mother may sometimes seem strict with her own children, the intention is never to truly hurt them.

Dwèt ou santi ou pa ka koupe l jete

Translation : Even if your fingers stink, you can not cut them to throw them

Meaning : A family member may commit shameful or reprehensible acts. Despite this, we can not get rid of them because the family ties are too strong.

Tete pa janm twò lou pou mèt li

Translation : Breasts are never too heavy for those who have them

Meaning : You must always assume your responsibilities, even if it is difficult.

Konn li pa di lespri pou sa

Translation : Knowing how to read does not mean you have wisdom

Meaning : The level of education of a person is not a proof of intelligence.

Rayi chen, men pa di l fimen tabak

Translation : We can hate the dog, but we can not say that he smokes

Meaning : Even if we may not like someone, we can not accuse him or her of things that he or she wouldn’t be able to do.

Bwa pi wo di li wè lwen, men grenn pwomennen di li wè pi lwen pase l

Translation : The tallest tree says that it sees far, but the seed that travels says that it sees even further

Meaning : Exploring the world gives us more possibilities than staying where we are.

Pa janm koupe dwèt moun k ap ba ou manje

Translation : Never cut off the finger of the one who gives you food

Meaning : We must be grateful to the people who help us.

Bat chen an tann mèt li

Translation : Beat the dog, wait for its master

Meaning : When we harm a defenseless person, we must expect reprisals.

Avan ou monte bwa, gade si ou ka desann li

Translation : Before climbing up a tree, see if you can climb it down.

Meaning : Make sure you know the details before committing to a new project.

Manje kwit pa gen mèt

Translation : Cooked food has no master

Meaning : Food is free to be shared at mealtime.

Bay piti pa chich

Translation : To give little is not that we are stingy

Meaning : It’s not because we give little that we are necessarily stingy or that we have bad intentions.

Sa pòv genyen se li l pote nan mache

Translation : What the poor have is what he brings to the market

Meaning : This saying implies that you should offer what you have to others and also that you should be content with what you have.

Se anvi bay ki bay

Translation : It’s the desire to give that gives

Meaning : We give to others because we want to give and to be generous.

Sa nou bay pòv se Bondye nou prete l

Translation : What we give to the poor, we lend to God

Meaning : A good action will always be rewarded.

Di m kisa ou renmen, ma di ou ki moun ou ye

Translation : Tell me who you love and I’ll tell you who you are

Meaning : The people who you care about can tell a lot about who you are.

Bel dan pa di zanmi

Translation : Beautiful teeth does not mean friend

Meaning : Only because one person smiles on you, that does not mean that he is your friend.

Ti chen gen fos devan kay met li

Translation : A small dog is brave in front of its master’s house

Meaning : A person without power can feel brave in the presence of his superiors.

Sa ki pa touye ou, li angrese ou

Translation : What does not kill you, fattens you

Meaning : Every failure is an opportunity to become stronger.

Se apre batay ou konte blese

Translation : It is after the battle that we count the wounded

Meaning : You have to fight until the end.

Se gou bouyon ki mete lang deyò

Translation : It is the taste of the broth that makes the tongue stick out.

Meaning : Good food leads to good conversations.

Rad sal lave nan fanmi

Translation : Dirty clothes are washed with the family

Meaning : Family issues must be solved within the family.

Vwazinaj se fanmi

Translation : The neighborhood is the family

Meaning : We must consider our neighbors as family.

Se lè koulèv mouri ou wè longèl

Translation : It is when the snake dies that we can see its length

Meaning : It is only when a person admits defeat that can one see his true nature.

Kreyol pale, kreyol komprann

Translation : Speak Creole, understand Creole

Meaning : Do not try to complicate things, go straight to the point.

Bondye bon

Translation : God is good

Meaning : God is good.

Pye chat dous men zong li move

Translation : The paw of a cat is sweet, but its claws are nasty

Meaning : You have to be careful about things that look too good to be true.

Premye so pa so

Translation : The first jump is not a jump

Meaning : A missed first try does not really count, you have to roll up your sleeves and try again.

Pou fe kob la fe mwa a, lave li, bwe dlo li

Translation : To make money last a month, we wash it, then drink its water

Meaning : When we run out of money, we have to find ways to stretch it as best we can.

Lespwa fe viv

Translation : Hope is alive

Meaning : Hope itself gives us hope to continue.

Machandiz ofri pa gen pri

Translation : Offered merchandise has no price

Meaning : Everything is negotiable.

Mande chemen pa di pèdi pou sa

Translation : Asking one’s way does not mean one is lost

Meaning : It is not shameful to ask for advice.

Nen pran kou; je kouri dlo

Translation : The nose takes a hit; the eyes fill with water

Meaning : When a disaster hits a family member, the rest of the family will also suffer.

Pitit tig, se tig

Translation : A baby tiger is a tiger.

Meaning : We can not deny the nature of a person.

Ravet pa janm gen rezon douvan poul

Translation : A cockroach is never right in front of a chicken

Meaning : The strongest side will always win.

Se bon kè krapo ki fe l san tet

Translation : It’s the good heart of the toad that made him foolish

Meaning : If you’re too kind, people will take advantage of you.

Se sou chemiz blanch yo wè tach

Translation : It is on the white shirt that we see the stain

Meaning : Those who are the most seen by the public are often the ones most susceptible to scandals.

Se tè ki bat ki bwe lapli

Translation : It’s the clay that drinks the rain

Meaning : We must prepare ourselves for the opportunities.

Si bèf te konn fòs yo, majoral pa ta lanse yo

Translation : If the cows knew their strength, they would not be butchered

Meaning : Some people are stronger than they think.

Tout kod gen de bout

Translation : Every rope has two ends

Meaning : Each debate has two sides.

Tout sa ki klere pa lò

Translation : All that glitters is not gold

Meaning : Appearances can be deceiving.

Wè sa m fè; pa fè sa m fè

Translation : Look at what I’m doing; don’t do what I’m doing

Meaning : Do what I say, not what I do.

Zwazo pose sou tout branch

Translation : Birds land on all branches

Meaning : Everyone will have his turn.

Devan pòt tounen dèyè kay

Translation : The front door becomes the back of the house

Meaning : Things can change and the situation can be reversed.

Bèf plizye met mouri grangou

Translation : A cow who has several masters will starve

Meaning : If no one takes responsibility, nothing will be done.

Chen grangou pa kouche

Translation : The hungry dog does not go to bed

Meaning : Hunger gives us the energy to continue.

Pito ou travay pase ou mande

Translation : It’s better to work than to beg

Meaning : Doing any job is better than begging.

Sa foumi genyen, se sa l bay pitit li

Translation : What an ant has, it’s what she will give to her child

Meaning : A mother gives what she can to her child.

Sòt pa touye, men li fè ou swe

Translation : Stupidity doesn’t kill, but it makes us sweat

Meaning : If things go wrong the first time, you will have to try again until it works.

Fòk ou bat tanbou a pou tande son l

Translation : You have to beat the drums to hear its sound

Meaning : We have to talk to others to find out who they are.

Byen san swe pa profite

Translation : You won’t benefit from the goods without sweat

Meaning : We appreciate less the things for which we have not made an effort.

Larivyè anpeche ou janbe men li pa anpeche ou tounen

Translation : The river may prevent you from crossing, but nothing prevents you from turning around

Meaning : It is always possible to give up.

Si ou renmen gren andan, ou dwe renmen po a tou

Translation : If you like the nut, you must love its shell too

Meaning : Do not complain when you work to get what you want.

Fok ou mache pou ou wè kote lari a kwen

Translation : You have to walk to see where is the corner of the street

Meaning : You must dare to venture to see what life can bring you.

Bèf pa janm bouke pote kon li

Translation : A cow never grow tired of its horns

Meaning : We can not get tired of what belongs to us.

Se lè ou nan bezwen, ou konn ki moun ki zanmi ou

Translation : When we are in need we know who our friends are /p>

Meaning : A true friend will always be ready to support you in the most difficult times.

Achte, peye; prete, remèt. Men sa ki fè yon nonm

Translation : Buy, pay; lend, give back. That’s what makes a man

Meaning : We must be honest with others.

Ou konn kouri, ou pa konn kache

Translation : You know how to run, but you do not know how to hide

Meaning : A guilty person will be caught sooner or later.

Ane pa touye ou, se pa jou kap touye ou

Translation : A year does not kill you, it’s not a day that will kill you

Meaning : We must remain patient.

« Bonjou » se paspo ou

Translation : “Hello” is your passport

Meaning : This saying talks about the importance of politeness and greeting people we meet.

Met do pa grate do

Translation : The back does not scratch its own back

Meaning : You can not always do everything yourself and you can ask others for help with these things.

Bourik chaje pa kanpe

Translation : A loaded donkey does not stand up and do nothing

Meaning : A busy person is not going to be lazy and do nothing, he will keep himself busy with work!

Byen prè pa lakay

Translation : Nearby is not the house

Meaning : Being “almost there” is not as good as being there for real.

Chita pa bay

Translation : Sitting down brings you nothing

Meaning : Sitting down waiting doesn’t lead to anything productive.

Piti piti zwazo fè nich li

Translation : Little by little, the bird makes its nest

Meaning : With time everything is possible.

Bwè dlo nan vè, respekte vè

Translation : Drink water in a glass, respect the glass

Meaning : We must respect those who helped us.

Moun ki kenbe kiye bwa se li ki konnen si li cho

Translation : Whoever holds the wooden spoon is the one who knows if it is hot

Meaning : The opinion of a person who has experience in the field counts more than the opinion of those who have not experienced similar experiences.

Gason konn bouke, men pa fanm

Translation : Men experience fatigue, but not women

Meaning : Women work hard.

Malere pa dezonè

Translation : Poverty is not shameful

Meaning : Poverty is one thing, but what’s more important is the strength of a person’s actions and willpower.

Santi bon koute chè

Translation : Smelling good is expensive

Meaning : Standing out with a nice style is expensive.

Ou vle tout, ou pèdi tout

Translation : You want everything, you lose everything

Meaning : In trying to have everything, you will have nothing.

Pa janm mete chat veye bè

Translation : Never put the cat responsible for monitoring the butter

Meaning : You shouldn’t ask someone to watch over something they want.

Pal franse pa di lespri pou sa

Translation : To speak French does not mean that you have wisdom

Meaning : In Haiti, speaking French is a sign of education and some Haitians will sometimes judge people whenever they speak french. The proverb evokes that it is not because a person is school educated that he is necessarily intelligent.

Sel pa vante tet li di li sale

Translation : Salt does not boast that it is salty

Meaning : Be humble. If you deserve praises, let others do it for you.

Sonje lapli ki leve mayi ou

Translation : Remember that it’s rain that makes your corn grow

Meaning : We must have gratitude for what took us where we are now.

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