Monthly Archives: January 2014

Do not try too hard

I took the trouble and strife down to Durban for our annual service, oil and grease and to replace non-working parts. More importantly to see family and spend quality time. I also took the opportunity to visit the men’s group … Continue reading

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Do I tell or not?

If you know somebody is dying and you have the cure – do you tell them? Ezekiel 3:18.  When I say to a wicked person, ‘You will surely die,’ and you do not warn them or speak out to dissuade … Continue reading

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It is not my fault

I think it was Gandhi who said “The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is an attribute of the strong.” Ouch! I allowed my grief or selfishness to get mixed up with my disappointment at God who did not do what … Continue reading

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A miracle in the ‘Berg

I must admit this December season was an emotional struggle as my family celebrated knowing a younger son was not with us this year or ever. The fact David’s birthday also falls in December did not help the roller-coaster waves … Continue reading

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New Day Resolution

I do not know if I have ever maintained a New Year resolution for any reasonable length of time. What’s reasonable? The shorter the time span apparently the more jelly in my backbone! How much jelly in my backbone is … Continue reading

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