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Hungary has regained its future through its work since 2010, and the obvious sign of this is that "we Hungarians are not closing churches and schools" but building new ones. Every church can count on the help of the government in the future as well, knowing how important work the churches have done and are doing in preserving the nation and Christianity.
No policy can tell people how to live, yet it is the duty of every responsible policy to create a meaningful life opportunity for people.
Within the education system, the choice of church education is a free choice of values for all citizens, which responsible policy must not only respect but also support, and support, our government.
In the last 10 years, 120 new churches have been built in the Carpathian Basin and a total of 3,000 have been renovated. In the life of Hungarian churches, "there has been no example of such prosperity and renewal in such a short time in the last hundred years."
In addition, Hungarian communities across the border are building a total of 160 nurseries and kindergartens with the support of the motherland.
Everywhere, modern, well-equipped institutions are being created that are able to fulfill their profession in the 21st century and prepare our children to cultivate Hungarian and European Christian culture.
The Prime Minister also took part in the consecration of the first Makovecz Church in Budapest. In the report of the Magyar Nemzet, he writes that the visual design of the Reformed church in Pesterzsébet-Szabótelep was put on paper by Imre Makovecz, but due to the death of the master, the plans were already completed by his student, Tamás Dósa Pap. Emőke Bagdy, whose father served as a pastor in Szabótelep, started collecting the money necessary for the construction.
The exemplary acoustics of the building were proved by the production of the orchestra of the Budapest Philharmonic Society, when the Mendelssohn Reformation Symphony was performed under the direction of Ádám Medveczky, the Hungarian Nation writes about the consecration ceremony.
Bishop Zoltán Balog, pastor of the Synod of the Hungarian Reformed Church, read from the verses of Part 5 of Book 2 of the Chronicles, which tell the story of the consecration of the temple of Solomon.
If a community comes to an important station, if you want to understand it, you need to turn to Scripture. If we dedicate a house to God, we must turn to the dedication of the first true temple
- warned Zoltán Balog, who recalled what had happened a thousand years before the birth of Christ: when the ark of the covenant arrived, first to the foyer, where everyone could go, then to the inner court, even the high priest could enter only once a year.
There was a small gap between the two wings of the cherubim, where the unbeliever had nothing. Centuries later, the pagan prince, IV. Antiochus went in and began to laugh: no one here, no god here. But as soon as he jumped out of his horse, he fell dead out of the saddle, the bishop recalled, then continued to explain the scripture's description: at the same time, after the prayer of Archbishop Dávid Illés, Something unusual has happened, priests are unable to carry out their vocation.
The glory of the Lord appeared in surprise. It appeared, so there was no need for the service of priests. The music, on the other hand, continued to play. And in music, the glory of the Lord, Zoltán Balog pointed out, noting that it is no coincidence that Johann Sebastian Bach is called the fifth evangelist.
The pastor put it this way, the presence of God takes care of the lives of all of us.
THE STORY OF ALL TEMPLE BUILDINGS MESSAGES: IF YOU PREPARE YOUR SOUL, YOU PUT YOUR DESIRES IN PRAYER, IF YOU SING, MUSIC TO HIM, THEN GOD'S GLORY WILL FILL YOUR LIFE, YOUR LIFE WILL GET YOUR LIFE. ONLY KEEP A SPACE WHICH ELSE CANNOT TAKE.
After the prayer of Archbishop Dávid Illés, Pastor János Börzsönyi, the pastor of the Reformed community in Szabótelep, summarized the history of the construction of the church. Then Béla Kató, the bishop of the Transylvanian Reformed Diocese, gave a speech in which he emphasized that Reformed churches are rarely named, but this church will rightly be mentioned for its famous designer.
YOU THINK THAT THE HISTORICAL MOMENT WISHES TO EXPLAIN TO THE WORLD HOW IT WAS POSSIBLE TO BUILD THIS CHURCH. THE KEYWORD IS COHESION. BORN OF THE INDIVIDUAL, THE COMMUNITY, THE NATION WITH OVER THREE THOUSANDS OF PARTNERS IN THE CARPATHIAN BASIN
- emphasized Béla Kató. - I am here because the community in Szabótelep expressed its wish that their church be a brother of the Church of the Togetherness of Bözödújfalu in Transylvania.
Thanksgiving is my first word, for if the Lord does not build the house, his builders will work in vain. I am grateful that God accepted my ministering offering to follow in the footsteps of my pastoral father in the service of building the house of the Lord.
- said Emőke Bagdy, adding: seven years ago the former dream started to come true, and three years ago it became a solid reality by laying the foundation stone, after 80 years of hope.
In his greeting at the ceremony, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán put it this way: we Hungarians have been a nation-building nation for a thousand years, and in the time of St. Stephen many people besides us could say that about themselves. However, he said, we are living in different times today: there are not more but fewer church-building nations in Europe.
WESTERN EUROPE IS TODAY IN A PHASE OF CULTURAL AND CIVILIZATION OF SOIL AND BALANCE,
the great historical role and mission that Christian-Christian European civilization has played over the past 500 years is now weakening and disintegrating, giving up its sense of mission, its cultural and spiritual heritage, simply throwing away its future.
That’s when I remember how many times and how many times they wanted to catch up with us where no churches are being built today, just mosques, ”the prime minister remarked.
However, he stressed:
HUNGARIANS DO NOT WANT TO KNOW OR DOWN FROM THE PATH THAT'S BEEN FOR THOUSANDS OF YEARS, BUT THIS IS POSSIBLE IF THEY MEET BETWEEN BETWEEN THE STATE AND THE CHURCH.
This is only possible if the state and church communities cooperate, which is enshrined in our constitution, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán emphasized. - Hungarians can only remain as Christians.
A country closed to borders, but a soul without borders: this is Hungary. Not only are we a nation-building nation, but in order to survive, we must be a nation-building nation. Each new church represents a bastion in the struggle for the freedom and greatness of the nation, the prime minister said.