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!

yesno

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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)
Morning by Morning Print E-mail

“Have faith in God.”  Mark 11:22

Faith is the foot of the soul by which it can march along the road of the commandments. Love can make the feet move more swiftly, but faith is the foot that carries the soul. Faith is the oil that enables the wheels of holy devotion and of earnest piety to move well. Without faith the wheels are taken from the chariot, and we drag heavily. With faith I can do all things; without faith I neither have the inclination nor the power to do anything in the service of God. If you would find the men who serve God the best, you must look for the men of the most faith. Little faith will save a man, but little faith cannot do great things for God. Bunyan’s Little-faith could not have fought Apollyon; it needed Christian to do that. Poor Little-faith could not have slain Giant Despair; it required Great-heart’s arm to knock that monster down. Little-faith will go to heaven most certainly, but it often has to hide itself in a nutshell, and it frequently loses all but its jewels. Little-faith says, “It is a rough road, beset with sharp thorns, and full of dangers; I am afraid to go”; but Great-faith remembers the promise, “Thy shoes shall be iron and brass; and as thy days, so shall thy strength be” (Deut 33:25), and so she boldly ventures. Despondent, Little-faith mingles her tears with the flood; but Great-faith sings, “When thou passest though the waters, I will be with thee; and through the rivers, they shall not overflow thee” (Isa 43:2), and she fords the stream at once. Do you want to be comfortable and happy? Do you enjoy religion? Do you want to have the religion of cheerfulness and not that of gloom? Then “have faith in God”. If you love darkness and are satisfied to dwell in gloom and misery, then be content with little faith; but if you love the sunshine and would sing songs of rejoicing, covet earnestly this best gift: great faith.

Charles Spurgeon

 
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