Buchan’s It’s Time: ‘If we don’t pray now…’

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…’

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?

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?

April 12 – God Doesn’t Fit In Your Box

THE RIVER WALK

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)

Read: Joshua 5:1-7:15, Luke 15:1-32, Psalm 81:1-16, Proverbs 13:1

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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