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Christelike Boodskappies: Two Resolutions for the New Year

Two Resolutions for the New Year

Take a few minutes today to make two resolutions for the year to come. Write them down where you will read them often. Then, place your hand in JESUS' hand. He will help you all the way! Neem 'n paar oomblikke om twee voornemens te maak vir die jaar wat kom. Skryf hulle af waar jy hulle dikwels kan lees. Sit dan jou hand in JESUS s'n. Hy sal jou al die pad help!

Jesus se Dogterkind: God does not carry a whip in his hands

God does not carry a whip in his hands

God does not carry a whip in his hands I don’t know about you, but for a very long time in my life I was almost scared of God. When things went wrong in my life, the first thing that crossed my mind was: Is this God’s way of punishing me? I have so many sins. I do not pray enough. I fall asleep when I read the Bible. Even worse, Sundays in church, from boredom, I count the bricks in the wall behind the pulpit. (And this is not easy when ons loses count at number 504 and has to start all over…

Jesus se Dogterkind: HOW TO MAKE READING THE BIBLE LESS OVERWHELMING

HOW TO MAKE READING THE BIBLE LESS OVERWHELMING

HOW TO MAKE READING THE BIBLE LESS OVERWHELMING (This is SO beautiful - I just HAD to SHARE it with you!) Teen and Youth Devotion on Reading the Bible. - Do you ever feel confused when you read the Bible? You’re not alone. Reading the Bible can be confusing at times. Its a spiritual book and the truths contained in it take time to dig out. The good news when it comes to reading the Bible is that you’re not doing it alone. The Bible says the Holy Spirit will give special help to you and will…

Jesus se Seunskind: God will never let you fall

God will never let you fall

God will never let you fall Have you ever heard (and seen!) a baby when his or her mother puts him or her down for a second, whilst she goes out and does something else in a different room? First there is this absolute amazement on the baby’s face. Then the bottom lip starts to quiver. With a great noise the baby puts his or her arms out to the door – through which his or her mother just went. And, still crying, crawls after her. “Separation anxiety” the psychologists call it. The fear that…

Jesus se Dogterkind: Take God’s promises seriously

Take God’s promises seriously

Take God’s promises seriously Imagine you have to rename The Holy Bible. Give it an original name. What would you call it? I don’t even have to think very hard. I know what my choice will be. Definitely “God’s promises.” To me the Bible is 66 books full of promises. For the next few days we will take a look at God’s promises. The Bible starts off in the early chapters with God’s promises: one to Noah (Gen 9) that he would give a rainbow as a sign of his promise. Now turn to Genesis 12:1-3…

Jesus se Dogterkind: Get Real With Your Prince

Get Real With Your Prince

Get Real With Your Prince "I pour out my complaints before him and tell him all my trouble. When I am overwhelmed, you alone know the way I should turn." - Psalms 142:2-3 Even though we have yet to meet our Prince face-to-face, He knows everything about us. Nothing is hidden from Him. He is waiting to have a very authentic and deep relationship with his bride-to-be. We have a beautiful example in the Psalms of what a real relationship is like with the Lord. Our beloved King David is called…

Jesus se Dogterkind: To look for something in the wrong place

To look for something in the wrong place

Too look for something in the wrong place. One of the saddest things is seeing how young people are looking for love in so many places, because they don’t receive any love at home. The one sad reality of life is that all parents are not necessarily good parents. The other reality is that all children deserve good parents. This is the contradiction of life. Maybe you are reading this devotion with an incredible thankfulness in your heart because you have parents who are geniunely good to you…

Jesus se Dogterkind: Accept God's gifts

Accept God's gifts

Accept God’s gifts Imagine it is your birthday party. Your friends arrive, each with a gift. You take the gifts with a few oohs and aahs about the pretty wrapping paper, turn them upside down, feel them ... and then give them back – unopened. Can you imagine their surprise? Totally baffled. I think that is how God must feel. Each time when he hands out gifts, there are people who say, “Mmm, beautiful ... but no, it is too special. I cannot keep it.” Paul says it is God’s gift that he wants…