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)
“Thy gentleness hath made me great.” Psalm 18:35 Print E-mail

I find Jesus so wondrously gentle.  He seems always to want to say, “ Blessed.” When He does say “woe” it is with a sob.  I know that He denounced Jerusalem.  I also know that He first wept over it.  What it must cost Him to say to any soul, “go away!” His gentleness made Jesus so accessible.  Anyone might speak to Him, even women in their shame, and little children in their weakness.  He was to sick people what sunshine is to flowers.  He reduced the Kingdom of Heaven to a parable, that the lowest and the slowest might catch some gleam of it.  On one occasion He said to the disciples, “Rest a while.”  It was a tender word.  Tired men are only half themselves.  To rest wisely is to double the next service.  On another occasion He gave the people bread, “lest they faint by the way,” how mother-like to say “lest they faint.”  He ran before them, and took all the rough stones out of the way.  He did not wait until they fainted; He took care that fainting should be impossible.  Who can but love Him?  Dear Saviour, Thy gentleness hath made us men.

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He can pity with the utmost tenderness, for He came into the very centre of our misery. – J.N.D.



A THREEFOLD CORD
Helena Garrat

 
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