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God Repented?

Posted Nov 30, 2017 by Carlos A. Hernández in Character of God

The exercise of solving apparent contradictions in the Bible is one that every Bible student should be acquainted with. It helps to understand better the Scriptures, to present the message of the Bible with clarity, and most important, to know the God of the Bible. Many subscribe themselves to a literal reading of the Bible and taking the Bible as it reads, but in doing so without comparing scripture with scripture they end up picking and choosing what to believe, ignoring the apparent contradictions in their minds.

Wiping away the tears

Posted Nov 30, 2017 by Ruben Olschewsky in Character of God

How will God deal with sorrow of the lost? How will he heal the broken hearts of those who will enter into eternity without their loved ones? This is torture beyond comprehension. I have always assumed that when Christ "wipes away" every tear from our eyes that He will perform some sort of memory format and essentially remove those memories that cause us pain.  However, does the bible actually confirm this view? Let us look at some of the scriptures which speak on this theme;

My Sweet Experience

Posted Nov 04, 2017 by Marie Snyman in Testimonies and Stories

It was Friday, the 13th October when we drove down from Bloemfontein to Pietermaritzburg for the camp meeting, or rather Feast of Tabernacles where the speaker, Adrian Ebens, would present teachings in a new framework of thought and uplifting old truth in a new light. As we (me, my sister and another friend) drove along, it became dark as we had driven 6 hours to get there. The Sabbath was approaching and the silence in the car gave me freedom to
express my thoughts to the Father as we drove along. I didn’t know quite what to say and prayed along the usual lines. But one prayer was pressed upon my heart. In the midst of the sin sunken walls of the dungeon there was a glimmer of hope that accompanied this thought: “Please Father, grant me a receptive heart.” I felt an unusual joy as we parked our car in the light rain – just in time for the evening program to start with foot washing. It was such a blessing for me and my mother to wash each other’s feet and I noticed that there was no abhorrence in my soul towards this humbling act. Strange… the sermon on repentance and the gospel in its simplest form was preached by Ps Adrian as I had never seen him preach – with energy and zeal that could only be attributed to the moving of the Spirit. It was, after all, the Feast of Tabernacles and the biggest portion of the offerings testified of the measure of the influence moving on our hearts.

Empangeni and Pietermartizburg Report - South Africa

Posted Nov 04, 2017 by Danutasn Brown in Testimonies and Stories

Next stop was a flight to Durban, the biggest Indian city outside of India and the largest city in KwaZulu-Natal.  It is home to what was formerly the Zulu Kingdom, and the Zulus are the largest of the black tribes in South Africa.  We were picked up at the airport by Nina and Bester Snyman, who drove us to their home in Empangeni, about 2 hours from the airport.  The next day we picked up Ben Kramlich from Talking Rock Sabbath Chapel in America, who joined us for this part of the trip and the Feast of Tabernacles.  KwaZulu-Natal is much greener and warmer than the other regions in South Africa, which was better for Adrian and I; we are both not fans of the cold.  They placed us in a guesthouse called “Raptor’s Rest”, chosen because of its good security.

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