Monthly Archives: January 2013

I’ll take the high road

I don’t know about you but when the manure hits the fan I am inclined to alleviate God of His responsibilities and take-over things until I decide they are right. Humility, arrogance, pride and all those other rude words do … Continue reading

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Self-serving leaders

I was reading some comments made by Prof Jonathan Jansen the University of Free State Vice-Chancellor over the FNB debacle. He is a man of wisdom and a voice of reason in this country where many allow their personal stuff … Continue reading

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’I remember . . . the kindness of your youth . . .’

Thus says the Lord: ’I remember . . . the kindness of your youth . . .’ —Jeremiah 2:2 Am I as spontaneously kind to God as I used to be, or am I only expecting God to be kind … Continue reading

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You shall not give false testimony

You shall not give false testimony against your neighbour Simply you shall not tell lies. One of the Ten Commandments. You shall not tell lies. How do you go on that one?  Me? No problem! Oops! Let’s face it we … Continue reading

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Dance with your madness

·       This blog was written by Lawrence Twigg, a local Durban North man, and it is really powerful. When we look at our lives do we REALLY concentrate on those things which are important? Or just those things … Continue reading

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