Cherry Festival Report-back

My brother in the Lord, Gary, wrote a report about our trip to Ficksburg, my home town, on an outreach. It was the best weekend of my life, all we did was preach and sleep. It doesn’t get better than that. I thank God for the faithfulness of Hloni Letsoka and Sawi Masitsa, and I pray that this weekend changed their lives forever.

We were all shocked by God’s faithfulness, and the opportunities we had to share the Gospel with so many people. Of course there are those that God touched more than others, and they are forever in my mind. We are definitely looking forward to see what God can do next year.

 For a more detailed report here

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3 Comments »

  1. Gary Crous said

    A truly wonderful and blessed time with the Brothers in Christ. Thank you for your faithfulness.

  2. Balstrome said

    Think about this. If you totally stopped believing in your gods for just one day, would you be able during that day to continue to do the good that you do ? You can start believing in them again afterwards, but during that time that you do not believe in them, can not do the same good things that you would do when you where believers ?

    If you say yes to this, then why do you need to believe, and if you say no to this, what worth are those good deeds anyway ?

    • What good deeds? I used to be a fornicator, thief, liar, drunkard, hateful, blasphemous, and had no love for my neighbour. But more importantly, what I thought made me good in the eyes of people was actually filthy rags in the eyes of God. So why would I want to go back to sleeping with different women on a daily basis, and add misery to my already miserable life? What you fail to also understand is that all sin is against God, not people. So the idea is not to appear good in the eyes of people and do good deeds, but to be righteous through Jesus in the eyes of God. Your good deeds are filthy rags in the eyes of God, and they are not going to benefit you one bit. You might as well drink, marry and be merry, but then you would be adding more coals to your pending punishment. You can repent and trust in the righteousness of Jesus to save you, then you can do good deeds.

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