Ruan Bruwer, Netwerk24 Bloemfontein - Campers from across the country converged on a farm near Bloemfontein on Friday afternoon for the “It’s Time-prayer meeting”. They say now is the time to pray and they are extremely concerned about the country, Netwerk24 reports. Jaqueline Deysel, 15, from White River, Mpumalanga, gave up a baby shower to travel to … Continue reading Buchan’s It’s Time: ‘If we don’t pray now…’
Dear Friends, We greet you in Jesus Precious Name. Do we love Him for Himself, or do we love Him for what He is able to do for us? Early this morning while having my quiet time the Lord impressed upon me again the importance of good character. We really need to exercise a character … Continue reading Letter From Angus – April 2017 – It’s Time
First of all, we need to establish that it is the sovereign God who not only invites us but commands us to pray. Prayer is a duty, and as we perform that duty, one thing for sure is going to be changed, and that is us. To live a life of prayer is to live … Continue reading We’ve been taught that prayer changes things. In view of God’s sovereignty, what is the role of prayer in a Christian’s life?
When Joshua was near the town of Jericho, he looked up and saw a man standing in front of him with sword in hand. Joshua went up to him and demanded, “Are you friend or foe?” “Neither one,” he replied. “I am the commander of the Lord’s army.” At this, Joshua fell with his face to the ground in reverence. “I am at your command,” Joshua said. “What do you want your servant to do?” (Joshua 5:13-14)
Relate: The Calvanist says, “God is sovereign. He is on my side.” The Arminianist replies, “No, He has given us free will. He is on my side.” The republican says, “God demands holiness, He is on my side.” The democrat says, “No, He loves the poor, He is on my side.” The Methodist and the Presbyterian argue their point. The Catholic and the protestant duke it…
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by LYSA TERKEURST “The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective.” James 5:16b (NIV) I have to admit: Sometimes I’m scared to pray boldly. It’s not at all that I don’t believe God can do anything. I absolutely do. I’m a wild-about-Jesus girl. Wild in my willingness. Wild in my obedience. Wild in … Continue reading I’m Scared to Pray Boldly
Jesus offers hope to a hopeless world. If you know someone who’s hurting or struggling, you can help by sharing the following video. It could make all the difference! https://youtu.be/M593h25kbjQ source..
By Mark Ellis Raised in the secular Seventies, completely un-churched, he had no room for God until he ran out of fuel in an Alaskan storm, miles from his destination. “I was a God mocker,” says Mark Rose, founder of Genesis Alive, and the author of Last of the Long Hunters, a story of the … Continue reading Atheist pilot mocked God, until he ran out of fuel in a snowstorm
Question: "How can I overcome sin in my Christian life?" Answer: The Bible presents several different resources to aid us in our effort to overcome sin. In this lifetime, we will never be perfectly victorious over sin (1 John 1:8), but that should still be our goal. With God’s help, and by following the principles … Continue reading How can I overcome sin in my Christian life?
by Dr. Thom Rainer According to our research, teenagers today are the most unreached people for Christ in the nation. Less than 10 percent of America's youths have accepted Christ as their Lord and Savior. Our research team has interviewed hundreds of young people. In the course of these interviews we came to understand and … Continue reading The Top Ten Fears of Our Youth
By Steven M. Collins Benjamin was the youngest son of Jacob and Rachel, and the only full brother of Joseph. This tribe was almost exterminated in an ancient Israelite civil war in which the Benjaminites were sufficiently fearless and foolhardy to fight all the other tribes at once. This senseless civil war is discussed in … Continue reading THE TRIBE OF BENJAMIN: A “WOLFPACK” FROM THE NORTH