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December 2012


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 In this Issue



1.   Prayer for the new year.

2.   Combined campaign

3.   Western Cape

4.   Reasons for praise to God: 

5.   Empangeni

6.   Vryheid team

7.   Prayer






 Lord, that I will not live and work 'carnally' in the new year.

2Cron 26:18: 'Then they stood up against Uzziah, the king and said to him: 'It is not your business o Uzziah to burn incense to Jehovah, but it is the business of the priests the sons of Aaron, the ones sanctified, to burn incense. Go out from the sanctuary, for you have acted unfaithfully, and it is not for any glory to you on the part of Jehovah God.

3. Vryheid Tent

Campaign at Paulpietersburg.

Vusi Gama reports on a difficult campaign with limited apparent blessings. A group of young men disrupted the services every night and caused chaos. They were clearly dissatisfied about our presence and threatened  the team with violence if they did not leave the area. the SAPS were called to assist and rendered protection. 


2. Wester Cape

"While Jan and Hendrik, who came to the Lord in February, were busy praising the Lord early one Sunday morning, a young woman who had backslidden walked into their home.She was so overwhelmed by the way in which the two brothers were praying that she started to cry bitterly about her own fallen state.


“The principle of God's choice is to take what all others reject--the fire-brand plucked from the burning, the feebly-smoking tow, the bruised reed; the younger sons, the halt and lame, the last and least; the things that are foolish, despised, and weak--these are God's choice, that He may bring to nought things that are, that no flesh may glory in His presence. (Meyer) 


 It was the Bible that led William Wilberforce to crusade for the emancipation of slaves.

It was the Bible that motivated William Booth to build an army to help the destitute and homeless.

It was the Bible that consoled Sir Ernest Shackleton in his lonely and hazardous experience of exploring Antarctica.

Christopher Columbus claimed that his voyage, which discovered America, was born while he was reading Isaiah.


“A Bible that's falling apart usually belongs to someone who isn't.”   




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