After I reached my goal, completing the @2OceansMarathon “Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon” #omtom2019 #christianposts #praiseandworshiprunner #praiseandworship @caltexsa #letsgo

I am feeling fulfilled after preparing for four months and completed the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon “Africa’s biggest running event & the world’s most beautiful marathon”

Next Event: 10 & 11 April 2020. 56km Ultra, Half Marathon, Trail Runs & Fun Runs. #omtom2019 #christianposts #praiseandworshiprunner #praiseandworship #caltexsa #letsgo

For the OMTOM 2019 PROVISIONAL RESULTS, go here:

Ps Billy Sigudla

The Rhema Men’s Camp 2019 Nothing can separate us from Crazy Love of God

Ever since the days of camp meetings, Christians have thrived on intense periods of Bible teaching, worship, and prayer.Conferences aren’t just for pastors or church leaders, either. There are Christian conferences for moms, dads, women, men, Sunday School teachers, families, new Christians, old Christians, and medium Christians. Basically, there’s a Christian conference for anyone who is interested in deepening their relationship with Christ.
The Rhema Men’s Conference 2019

Nothing can separate us from Crazy Love of God

Look at the line up of the dynamic team that spoke at
The Rhema Mens Camp 2019 Pastor Lyndon Petersen
Pastor Molefe Tlhone
Pastor Gift Mululasi
Pastor Neville Van Wyk
Martin Kuskus
Pastor Benjamin Peter 
Our Host – Wayne Duval

The Rhema Men’s Camp 2019 Highlights :

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Some great Praise on camp #crazyloveofGod

Extract from one of our speakers @lynpetersen , #crazyloveofGod

The War Cry men having fun #crazyloveofGod

Men’s lives being touched by God #crazyloveofGod


But when the set time had fully come, God sent his Son, born of a woman, born under the law… Galatians 4:4

Samuel was a schoolmaster in a small city in central China. One night he overheard his head teacher praying. The teacher was saying, “Lord, please help Samuel to love his son. It’s so sad the way he treats him so cruelly, cutting him off, refusing to spend time in the home, ashamed of his crippled boy. Lord, we don’t know what goes on in the mind of his son, but we do know he is very sad. His wife says the boy weeps all the time when the father comes in and leaves. He may not know much, but he does know he’s not loved, and doesn’t know why he’s not loved.”

Deeply moved by the prayer, Samuel went home late that night and sat beside his sleeping son for hours, just stroking his hair and whispering, “Forgive me.”

He took his son to school the next day and showed him a black book hidden in the school basement. His son suddenly cried out the word, “God!” and pointed at the book. The boy spoke very little, as his mouth was deformed, but the word was clear. He had said, “God.”

Smiling, Samuel said, “You might be right, my son. We will read and see.” And so every night Samuel stayed late at his son’s bedside, reading him portions of scripture. He would hold his son with one hand, and hold the Bible with the other. When he had finished a page, he would signal to the boy, who loved to help by turning the page. They felt warm together. Soon his wife joined them for the readings, and the family grew closer and closer.

Samuel felt new feelings of love well up inside him as he read the truths of the Bible. He felt a power to love his son more and more. That’s when tragedy struck. His boy was run over by a truck and badly injured. There was nothing the medics could do. They took him home to nurse him through to the end. Christians came and prayed for his healing, but the boy continued to deteriorate. By this time Samuel was praying to God, and crying out for Him to spare his son’s life. But in December, after a sudden power failure, the boy finally died.

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Samuel asked the Christians to hold a service for his boy. A pastor came and prayed, saying, “Lord, you knew this boy was going to die. How kind of you to reconcile father and son before he died. Thank you for your work of grace. And we thank you for your eternal work too. You watched your son, helpless in flesh, die and grow cold—all because you knew we could not love you otherwise, as we are so blind in our selfishness.”

Samuel pondered the meaning of this prayer. He didn’t understand it all. But he did get this: God had lost a son too. Unlike Samuel, God lost a son He had cherished, a son that was perfect. How much harder for God.

He went to church the following Sunday, a small house church an hour’s ride from the city. They were celebrating an event unknown to Samuel, called “Christmas.” A banner in the makeshift church read, “The Son of God for the world in need.”

Samuel testified on that very Sunday, “I see that I went through what God went through. He had a son He loved, and watched him die that life may come to everyone. I too had a son, but I did not love him. Then God broke my heart, so that I could love him. Then He took him. But I have life now, life that will last so long that one day I know I will be reunited with my son. And he will not be lame. And he will be able to speak. And we will fellowship together not in freezing rooms of fear and pain, but on beautiful planets of peace and harmony. I can love again, and this is the joy of Christmas for me. Even in my grief, with my poor son gone, I can love again. We can all love again.”

RESPONSE: Today I will express my love for God even in the midst of pain and loss that I may have suffered.

PRAYER: Pray for people like Samuel who have suffered deeply and may feel God cannot forgive them.

Last Day of my Birthday Month, I went to my Kgabalatsane Baptist church the church my dad founded when I was born in 1985 and on 17 March 1985 I was Born what a way to celebrate

Church was good , I visited former #KgabalatsanebaptistChurch. I used to dream my self in in this church it was a perfect place to end my #birthday month in this #Tebernacle. yeah his spirit is in #RestorationBaptistchurch as Pastor Mokgatshwa Preach on 2 Peter 1:3-5 King James Version (KJV)
3 According as his divine power hath given unto us all things that pertain unto life and godliness, through the knowledge of him that hath called us to glory and virtue:

4 Whereby are given unto us exceeding great and precious promises: that by these ye might be partakers of the divine nature, having escaped the corruption that is in the world through lust.

5 And beside this, giving all diligence, add to your faith virtue; and to virtue knowledge; #christianposts #Christchurch

Growing Pains Out of my distress

I called on the Lord; the Lord answered me and set me in a broad place. Psalm 118:5

I recently wrote about someone who had threatened to make my life miserable. I prayed to the Lord for help and I felt Him answer that He would fight for me. I believed that He would, but as time passed, I became afraid and started to doubt. True faith includes belief in God’s ability to provide. This is particularly hard for me because I like to feel in control. While I believe that the Lord is in control, I struggle because I feel better when it depends on me. But when all I can do is wait and pray, trusting that the Lord will do it all in His perfect timing, it’s hard to not panic a little bit. This is what the growing pains of faith feel like. Waiting and trusting teaches us to rely more on the Lord and less on ourselves. The Lord answered my prayers and delivered me from that horrible situation. Looking back, I can see that I was not in control of any of it. The Lord fought for me, the Lord delivered me, and the Lord was in control the whole time

Lord, I acknowledge that while sometimes I may feel in control, I am never really in control of anything. You are the maker of heaven and earth, You see the past, present, and future, and You work all things together for good. I trust You and I wait on You. Thank You for loving me and fighting for me. Amen!

Be Careful How You Walk

Matthew 18:1-7

We might think our sins affect no one but ourselves, yet that’s not true. What we do impacts others whether we know it or not. And Jesus used strong terms to warn us: He said causing another person to sin would leave us worse off than if we were “drowned in the depth of the sea” with a millstone around our neck (Matt. 18:6).

People observe what we do, and who of us is without sin? We may try to excuse ourselves by claiming that most of our sin is trivial—hardly a blip on the screen—so such small indiscretions will not be noticed by others, let alone be damaging to them. But let’s consider how some of our common sins can lead others down the wrong path.

Our lack of forgiveness towards someone could cause a close friend or family member to take up our cause and feel resentful too.

Anger that flares up in us at regular intervals may be copied by our children, who then think they, too, have the right to express their tempers whenever they want.

Lies we tell to get out of tight situations send a message—especially to children—that truth is optional, depending on the circumstances.

Conversations rife with gossip can severely damage the reputations of other people and cause listeners to sin by spreading the rumors.

The Lord’s warning should be taken seriously. We should consider the consequences of our actions and attitudes and then turn toward Jesus in confession and repentance. When we ask, He will give us the grace and strength to walk in His ways and influence others toward righteousness.

Get yourself a copy of @bona_mag to read about #LeboSekgobela @sekgobelalebo I am excited, you need to find out why this issue is special, Easter season greetings #southafrica

My big sister dominating the charts and magazines 🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙆❤️💖🙏I’m excited to get this copies of @bona_mag in all major #southafrica languages as her #gospelmusic #songs #LeboSekgobela @sekgobelalebo is a blessing to the whole world 🌎🌍🙏😇🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🗺️🗺️🗺️💞💞❤️❤️❤️😊