Category Archives: Love

COMMIT TO YOUR MARRIAGE BEFORE SAYING “I DO”

Before you decide to get married think about getting divorced and all the ramifications that divorce brings. Think about the enormous commitment you are making! If you are already married and are contemplating divorce then take into consideration how God views … Continue reading

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START WEEDING YOUR MARRIAGE!

My parents got divorced when I was twelve years old.  Between the ages of twelve and twenty-six, I saw my father six times.  Thereafter, I saw him approximately once a year until two years before he  died when he moved … Continue reading

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DOES GOD EXIST?

I have a friend who is an atheist. We have been friends for close on two decades and during this time we have had many, many discussions about the existence of God. A few years ago we were driving home … Continue reading

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UBUNTU

One of the most beautiful words in South Africa is the word UBUNTU. Ubuntu means “human kindness” or “humanity to others” and is sometimes translated as “I am what I am because of who we all are”. The word itself … Continue reading

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If you are a Believer there is no winging it…

I recently wrote a blog entitled On a wing and a prayer and it referred to the fact that every time my husband and I flew we always ended up sitting by  the wing of the plane.  When I asked my husband … Continue reading

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Love letters to the world…

The Bible states that children are a gift from the Lord, they are a blessing.   This means that each one of us is a gift, we are a blessing to the world.  Mother Theresa once said “I am a little … Continue reading

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LOVE WEARS STEEL TOE CAP BOOTS

My mother’s parents were married for sixty-five years. They were Afrikaans so we addressed them as Oupa and Ouma. Up until the day my Oupa died they still held hands and had lively conversations with each other. Before my Oupa retired, … Continue reading

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