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“God asks, “Now, who is willing to consecrate them-self today to the Lord?” (1 Chronicles 29:5) If we are serious about serving God we need to spend some time thinking about what our answers will be to the questions God asks us:  “Whom … Continue reading

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“God will, generally speaking, not compete for our attention. If we will not withdraw from things that obsess and exhaust us into solitude and silence, He will usually leave us to our own devices.”  Dallas Willard One of the major … Continue reading

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  Have you ever sat and reflected on how many minutes and hours of a day you waste feeling that you will never reach your full potential – your book will never be published, your public and preaching ministry will … Continue reading

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If you are feeling discouraged, filled with despair, if you have lost hope that nothing will go right again in your life, if the future looks bleak then meditate on these words in Zechariah 9:8 where God says: “I will … Continue reading

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Twenty-three days ago, our lives came to an abrupt stop. Figuratively speaking, we skidded to a halt with burn marks on the tarmac! We had been camping in Elands Bay at the Vensterklip Caravan Park along the West Coast of South … Continue reading

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One of the most common words used in the English language must be the word WHY? Why did this happen?  What purpose does it serve? Most of us struggle with the question of ‘why does God allow bad things to … Continue reading

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“ORDINARY” PEOPLE – inspirational stories (two)

Daniel Kyle was born in the year 1961.  He never knew his parents as he was placed into foster care from the time he was born and later into orphanages. As an adult, he spent many years sleeping on the … Continue reading

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