Devotions:

Are You Saved?

If you were to die today are you 100% sure you would go to HEAVEN?

Things... that will NOT save your soul!

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Assurance of Salvation.
Are you Born Again?
Hoe om Wedergebore te word.
Wedergeboorte.

I'd rather see a sermon..

I'd rather see a sermon than hear one any day,
I'd rather one would walk with me than merely show the way;
The eye's a better pupil, more willing than the ear,
Fine counsel is confusing, but example's always clear;
The best of all the preachers are the men who live their creeds,
For to see good put in action is what everybody needs;
I soon can learn to do it if you'll let me see it done,
I can watch your hands in action, but your tongue too fast may run;
The lectures you deliver may be very wise and true,
But I'd rather get my lessons by observing what you do;
I may not understand the high advice that you may give,
But there's no misunderstanding how you act and how you live.

Latest Sermons:

On the subject of:

Salvation /
Redding
Holiness /
Heiligmaking
Christ's Return /Wederkoms

Jesus die Enigste Weg
(Frikkie Osborne)

Lewende Water
(Danie Myburgh)

Kom tot Inkeer en Bekeer Julle
(Marius Wolfaardt)

Die Eenvoud van die Evangelie
(Danie Myburgh)

Bekering
(Hannes Delport)

Ware en Valse Bekering
(Marius Wolfaardt)

Redding
(Johan Malan)

Lewe van Heiligheid
(Frikkie Osborne)

Die Roeping - Heiligmaking
(Frikkie Osborne)

Die Skoonheid wat in ons lewe moet wees
(Frikkie Osborne)

'n Rein hart vervul met die Heilige Gees
(Willie Hills)

Heiligmaking 1

Heiligmaking 2


Heiligmaking en Geestelike Verandering

(Danie Myburgh)

Is jy 'n vleeslike Christen? 10 Vrae
(Hannes Delport)



Petrus voor en na
Pinkster

(Johan Malan)

Die Antichris

Die False Profeet

Redes vir die Wegraping


7 Joodse Feeste

Die Bruilof van die Lam

(Johan Malan)
“Ye have taken away my gods which I have made … and what have I more?” Judges 18:24 Print E-mail

WHAT ARE YOUR POSSESIONS?

The open-air preacher had found an attentive crowd as he proclaimed God’s message in a London park one Sunday afternoon.  There were crowds listening to other speakers, and from one of these audiences a working man detached himself, and strolled over to the Gospel meeting.  After listening for a few minutes he began to interrupt and tried the patience of preacher and hearers.  At last he called out a challenge: “Look here, preacher, you can’t prove to me that you have got anything that I have not got, so there!”  The speaker paused a moment, and then in a clear voice he asked the man, “What do you possess that death cannot touch?” A silence fell on the crowd.  “What possessions are most dear to you?” he continued.  “Home, wife, children, perhaps?”  The man was becoming interested and replied, “I have all three, but death can touch them all.  They ate only mine while I or they live.”   “But,” he added, “Let me return the question: What have you that death cannot touch?” Pointing upward the preacher said, “I have a Father Whose love is from everlasting to everlasting.  I have a Home eternal in the Heavens.  I have eternal Life through faith in the finished work of Christ.  These possessions death van never touch!”  There were no more interruptions that afternoon, but a day or two later the workman sought out the preacher, who had the joy of pointing him to the Saviour and of seeing him become a true Christian, and later on a worker for Christ.  He was never tired of telling others of his heavenly possessions.

 

A THREEFOLD CORD
Helena Garrat

 
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