Tag Archives: Love

MARRIAGE IS LIKE A MUSTARD SEED

Today I received the following “What’s App” text from my husband: “A happy marriage is the union of two good forgivers.” —Ruth Bell Graham I replied: “We obviously have a happy marriage then—we both have to forgive so much all the … Continue reading

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LOVE HURTS…some of the time

  Someone very close to me said some things to me recently that shocked me to my very core – I felt like I had been hit in the solar plexus. For a day and a half, I was left … Continue reading

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Friendships…

I received this photo from a friend with the following caption: “I took this photograph in Bettys Bay.  It triggered the thought in me that…even if everything is dry and hostile, I always have you as my best friend”. My … Continue reading

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HOW HOSPITABLE IS YOUR MARRIAGE?

  “Hospitality means primarily the creation of free space where the stranger can enter and become a friend instead of an enemy. Hospitality is not to change people, but to offer them space where change can take place.”  – Henri … Continue reading

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A HUGE COLLISION BETWEEN MAN AND GOD

The heart of salvation is the Cross of Christ.  The reason salvation is so easy to obtain is that it cost God so much. The Cross was the place where God and sinful man merged with a tremendous collision and … Continue reading

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MY FAITH IS SO FICKLE

I have spent the past few weeks questioning God and being angry. I have spent the past twenty years praying about something and not receiving any solution. I have spent the past year and a half praying about something else, … Continue reading

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THE GIFT OF POVERTY

A couple of years before my dad died I attended a service in a really quaint church in a small town known as Bathurst in the Eastern Cape.  The minister entered the church wearing black flowing robes and had an almost snow white … Continue reading

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