Psalm 100: 1-2 : Juig tot eer van die Here, almal op aarde! Dien die Here met blydskap! Kom voor Hom met gejubel!

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

I Surrender All

(Song, lyrics by Judson van Deventer)
1. All to Jesus I surrender;
All to Him I freely give;
I will ever love and trust Him,
In His presence daily live.
o Refrain:
I surrender all,
I surrender all;
All to Thee, my blessed Savior,
I surrender all.(Read on)

Monday, July 26, 2010

Why Women Cry

A little boy asked his Mom, "Why are you crying?"
"Because I'm a woman," she told him. "I don't understand," he said. His Mom just hugged him and said, "And, you never will." Later the little boy asked his Dad, "Why does Mom seem to cry for no reason?" (Read on)

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Faith and reason debate II

Some time ago we wrote on this blog about this debate here:

and also here:

DVDs and CDs on these debates are now available (
Some interesting comments on the debate can be read here:

Monday, July 19, 2010

He Changed my life - Josh McDowell

From: The New Evidence that demands a verdict
And: More than a Carpenter

Thomas Aquinas wrote, “There is within every soul a thirst for happiness and meaning.” As a teenager, I exemplified this statement. I wanted to be happy and to find meaning for my life. I wanted the answers to three basic questions: Who am I? Why am I here? Where am I going? These are life's tough questions. I would estimate that 90 percent of people age forty and younger cannot answer these questions. But I was thirsty to know what life was about. So as a young student, I started looking for answers. (Read on under comments)

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Who Do You Say Jesus Is?

Do you know that how you see Jesus determines what you receive from Him? If you see Jesus as your healer, you will receive healing. If you see Jesus as your refuge and fortress, you will receive protection. (Joseph Prince)

Mark 8:29
29He said to them, “But who do you say that I am?” Peter answered and said to Him, “You are the Christ.”

Friday, July 16, 2010

Oldest written document ever found in Jesusalem

A tiny clay fragment, dating from the 14th century BCE that was found in excavations outside Jerusalem’s Old City walls, contains the oldest written document ever found in Jerusalem, say researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The find, believed to be part of a tablet from a royal archive, further testifies to the importance of Jerusalem as a major city in the Late Bronze Age, long before its conquest by King David, they say.
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Sunday, July 11, 2010

Truth or Tolerance?

Josh McDowell and Bob Hostetle wrote a book, “The New Tolerance: How a cultural movement threatens to destroy you, your faith, and your children” (1998).

A bit more than ten years later, and “tolerance” is again becoming the buzz word, the politically correct word. One of the latest meanings is tolerance towards all values, all beliefs, all lifestyles, all truth. Christianity’s claim to be the only way to God is especially seen as intolerant. Should Christians exchange what they see as truth, for the “new tolerance”?

Thursday, July 1, 2010

How do you like your coffee ?

How do you like your coffee ?
“... like I like my woman: Strong and sweet”? Read here:
Most expensive coffee in the world, they say .... Baie dankie maar ... hou verby, Doris Day...

Understanding the works of God....?

We understand nothing of the works of God unless we take it as a principle that He wishes to blind some and to enlighten others (Pascal)