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Hosea 14:5 NLV Halftyd in die wedstryd is vir rus en assessering. Dis 'n tyd om te hergroepeer - om te evalueer hoe dinge gaan en watter aanpassings die res van die wedstryd gemaak moet word. Dikwels mag dit teen halftyd lyk of 'n span verloor, maar teen die einde van die wedstryd het hulle … Continue reading Jy kan in die tweede helfte wen
Written by Schalk and Elsa "A marriage is like a long trip in a tiny rowboat: if one passenger starts to rock the boat, the other has to steady it; otherwise they will go to the bottom together."–David Robert Reuben "Success in marriage is more than finding the right person: it is being the right … Continue reading And they lived happily ever after…
by Meredith Houston Carr “Then Peter came to Jesus and asked, ‘Lord, how many times shall I forgive my brother or sister who sins against me? Up to seven times?’ Jesus answered, ‘I tell you, not seven times, but seventy-seven times.’” (Matthew 18:21-22, NIV) Almost from the moment we said “I do,” my husband and … Continue reading Forgiving the Last Ten Percent
And he was angry, and would not go in (Luk 15:28) The Elder Brother's Duty toward His Younger BrotherThe moral failure of the elder brother is very significant in one respect. It was a failure in the sphere of duty to an equal. As a son he had given every satisfaction, and with a good … Continue reading Our Duty Toward our Equals
by Lynn Cowell “See what great love the Father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of God! And that is what we are! The reason the world does not know us is that it did not know him.” (1 John 3:1, NIV) I recently discovered the little gold diary where I … Continue reading Loved Because of Who You Are
In the 1990s, Richard Dawkins, fanatical atheist and leading spokesman for Darwinian evolution, was asked during an interview if he could produce an example of a mutation or evolutionary process that led to an increase in information. Although this had been known for some time to be a significant issue, Dawkins was unable to offer … Continue reading DNA, Cactus, and Von Neumann Machines
1 Korintiërs 1:29 NLV Daar is 'n verhaal van 'n houtkappertjie wat besig was om aan 'n denneboom te pik, toe die boom deur 'n weerligstraal middeldeur geslaan is. Die houtkappertjie kon nie sy oë glo nie. Hy het teruggestaan, vir 'n oomblik na die boom gekyk en toe weggevlieg. 'n Rukkie later het hy … Continue reading Gee God al die eer
"In summer and in winter shall it be." (Zechariah 14:8) The streams of living water which flow from Jerusalem are not dried up by the parching heats of sultry midsummer any more than they were frozen by the cold winds of blustering winter. Rejoice, O my soul, that thou art spared to testify of the … Continue reading Men may come, and men may go, But I go on for ever.
For tonight and in the future we’re going to continue to look at finding Christ in the Old Testament. Now we have established this series long ago, many, many months ago; we talked about the importance of this. We have looked at the greatest of all Old Testament passages on Christ, the fifty-third chapter of … Continue reading The First Sacrifice
Jesaja 57:18 NLV 'Is dit te laat vir God om iets met my te doen?' vra jy. Dis nooit te laat vir God nie! Ons lees in die Skrif van gebroke mense wat God op wonderlike manier opgehef het. Hy het Moses, 'n moordenaar, gebruik om die Hebreeuse slawe te red. Hy het Jacob, 'n … Continue reading Dis nooit te laat vir God nie