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We enjoyed a wonderful week end with the Barnes’ family from Harvest Worship in Cape Town. Our relationship was further strengthened this week end as the Lord brought greater clarity and definition to the father/son configuration. This association has been crafted by the Lord for greater penetration of present day truth in the Cape Town region.Apart from the ministry of the Word we were particularly blessed by the music and singing ministry of Duncan, Merchel and Elize Barnes. truly anointed and gifted musicians. May God receive all Praise, Honour and Glory!

LUNCH WITH THE BARNES' FAMILY

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The local household of faith in Wyebank, Kloof has been experiencing great signs, wonders and miracles following the unashamed, unapologetic declaration of His Word. The level of His glory has left many trembling as the words declared by His servant comes to pass. This is a unique place in our journey with God. The miracles are so magnificent that it leaves one with no doubt that it has been the hand of God.

One of these miracles is supernatural provision for the completion of the roof of the Church. People are being healed, delivered and set free. Others are seeing unusual blessings. As I said, great fear has come upon the people as they behold God move in all His splendour, power and majesty! What an awesome sight to behold!

This week end sees the arrival of our spiritual sons from Cape Town, Pastors John and Lillian Barnes and their family. We look forward to a great time of impartation and interaction. On Saturday morning we gather with the local leaders in our town.

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Ontem nós lidamos com a conversa entre Jesus eo homem que queria saber as chaves de acesso a vida eterna.

Mateus 19:16-22

16 Ora, eis que veio um e disse-lhe: “Bom Mestre, que coisa boa é que eu faço que eu possa ter a vida eterna?” 17 Então disse-lhe: “Por que me chamais bom? Ninguém é bom senão um, que é Deus. Mas se você quiser entrar na vida eterna, cumpre os mandamentos. “18 Disse-lhe:” Quais? “Jesus disse:” Não matarás “,” Não cometerás adultério “,” não furtarás, ‘Você não levantarás falso testemunho “, 19’Honor teu pai e tua mãe’ e ‘Amarás o teu próximo como a ti mesmo’.” 20 O jovem disse-lhe: “Todas essas coisas tenho observado desde a minha juventude. O que me falta ainda “21 Respondeu-lhe Jesus:” Se você quer ser perfeito, vai, vende o que tens e dá aos pobres, e terás um tesouro no céu;?, Vem e segue-me “Mas 22. quando o jovem, ouvindo esta palavra, retirou-se contristado, porque possuía muitos bens.

O ponto central aqui é que as aparências externas e adequado observâncias religiosas não nos fará o acesso a vida eterna ou abundante. Muitos de nós pode interpretar a vida deste homem como uma “expressão exata” de Deus. A imagem e semelhança de Deus com as mãos limpas. Ele na verdade era religiosamente correto, desde os dias da sua juventude. Eu sei que muitos de nós são como este homem. Fazendo tudo certo, mas somos incapazes de entrar em uma vida vitoriosa e abundante. A questão precisa ser feita …. “O que me falta ainda?” O homem não podia suportar o pensamento de estar separado de sua riqueza. Jesus sabia exatamente o que faltava. Jesus não pediu que ele seja simplesmente generosa. Jesus lhe deu instruções para desligar totalmente do mammon e segui-Lo. Assim como o homem não poderia colocar a sua riqueza no altar, muitos de nós também estão segurando as coisas que trouxeram um espírito de falta em nossas vidas. Desistir de tudo e começar a viver realmente! 9:16-22 16 Ora, eis que veio um e disse-lhe: “Bom Mestre, que coisa boa é que eu faço que eu possa ter a vida eterna?” 17 Então disse-lhe: “Por que me chamais bom? Ninguém é bom senão um, que é Deus. Mas se você quiser entrar na vida eterna, cumpre os mandamentos. “18 Disse-lhe:” Quais? “Jesus disse:” Não matarás “,” Não cometerás adultério “,” não furtarás, ‘Você não levantarás falso testemunho “, 19’Honor teu pai e tua mãe’ e ‘Amarás o teu próximo como a ti mesmo’.” 20 O jovem disse-lhe: “Todas essas coisas tenho observado desde a minha juventude. O que me falta ainda “21 Respondeu-lhe Jesus:” Se você quer ser perfeito, vai, vende o que tens e dá aos pobres, e terás um tesouro no céu;?, Vem e segue-me “Mas 22. quando o jovem, ouvindo esta palavra, retirou-se contristado, porque possuía muitos bens. O ponto central aqui é que as aparências externas e adequado observâncias religiosas não nos fará o acesso a vida eterna ou abundante. Muitos de nós pode interpretar a vida deste homem como uma “expressão exata” de Deus. A imagem e semelhança de Deus com as mãos limpas, a postura correta na sinagoga. Ele na verdade era religiosamente correto, desde os dias da sua juventude. Eu sei que muitos de nós são como este homem. Fazendo tudo certo, mas somos incapazes de entrar em uma vida vitoriosa e abundante. A questão precisa ser feita …. “O que me falta ainda?” O homem não podia suportar o pensamento de estar separado de sua riqueza. Jesus sabia exatamente o que faltava. Jesus não pediu que ele seja simplesmente generosa. Jesus lhe deu instruções para desligar totalmente do mammon e segui-Lo. Assim como o homem não poderia colocar a sua riqueza no altar, muitos de nós também estão segurando as coisas que trouxeram um espírito de falta em nossas vidas. Desistir de tudo e começar a viver realmente!

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Yesterday we dealt with the conversation between Jesus and the man who wanted to know the keys to access eternal life.

Matt 19:16-22

16 Now behold, one came and said to Him, “Good Teacher, what good thing shall I do that I may have eternal life?” 17 So He said to him, “Why do you call Me good? No one is good but One, that is, God. But if you want to enter into life, keep the commandments.” 18 He said to Him, “Which ones?” Jesus said, ” ‘You shall not murder,’ ‘You shall not commit adultery,’ ‘You shall not steal,’ ‘You shall not bear false witness,’ 19’Honor your father and your mother,’ and, ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ ” 20 The young man said to Him, “All these things I have kept from my youth. What do I still lack?” 21 Jesus said to him, “If you want to be perfect, go, sell what you have and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven; and come, follow Me.” 22 But when the young man heard that saying, he went away sorrowful, for he had great possessions.

The central point here is that outward appearances and appropriate religious observances will not cause us to access eternal or abundant life. Many of us may interpret this man’s life as an “exact representation” of God. The image and likeness of God with his clean hands. He in fact was religiously correct from the days of his youth. I know many of us are just like this man. Doing everything right, yet we are unable to step into a victorious, abundant life. The question needs to be asked …. “What do I still lack?” The man could not bear the thought of being separated from his wealth. Jesus knew exactly what he lacked. Jesus did not ask him to be simply generous. Jesus instructed him to disconnect totally from mammon and follow Him. Just as the man could not place his wealth on the altar, many of us are also holding on to things that have brought a spirit of lack into our lives. Give it all up and start to really live! 9:16-22 16 Now behold, one came and said to Him, “Good Teacher, what good thing shall I do that I may have eternal life?” 17 So He said to him, “Why do you call Me good? No one is good but One, that is, God. But if you want to enter into life, keep the commandments.” 18 He said to Him, “Which ones?” Jesus said, ” ‘You shall not murder,’ ‘You shall not commit adultery,’ ‘You shall not steal,’ ‘You shall not bear false witness,’ 19’Honor your father and your mother,’ and, ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ ” 20 The young man said to Him, “All these things I have kept from my youth. What do I still lack?” 21 Jesus said to him, “If you want to be perfect, go, sell what you have and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven; and come, follow Me.” 22 But when the young man heard that saying, he went away sorrowful, for he had great possessions. The central point here is that outward appearances and appropriate religious observances will not cause us to access eternal or abundant life. Many of us may interpret this man’s life as an “exact representation” of God. The image and likeness of God with his clean hands; the right posture in the synagogue. He in fact was religiously correct from the days of his youth. I know many of us are just like this man. Doing everything right, yet we are unable to step into a victorious, abundant life. The question needs to be asked …. “What do I still lack?” The man could not bear the thought of being separated from his wealth. Jesus knew exactly what he lacked. Jesus did not ask him to be simply generous. Jesus instructed him to disconnect totally from mammon and follow Him. Just as the man could not place his wealth on the altar, many of us are also holding on to things that have brought a spirit of lack into our lives. Give it all up and start to really live!

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PS SHEILA WITH SOME OF THE LADIES

AP OUMAROU RECEIVING HIS CERTIFICATE OF ORDINATION

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TOYOTA FORERUNNER 4×4 DIVINELY PROVIDED FOR AP OUMAROU AND PS LUCIE DOBGIMA

We have more pictures from the Conference in Cameroon. We believe that it is Africa’s turn, that all nations will come to the spiritual Mt Zion in Africa.

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PART OF THE LARGE GATHERING

INTERVIEWED BY CANAL LE VIE TELEVISION

Great finish to 4 days of being in His Presence with a company of passionate worshippers. Sunday saw a packed out church that assembled for the ordination of Ap Oumarou. Many leaders gathered, some coming in from France. Many new alliances were forged. The message was recorded by Canal Le Vie television ….they also interviewed me regarding my views on the resurgence of Africa as a global voice. It was a very tearful farewell. Many wonderful saints. Our meetings with Bishop Dager and Ap Gedeao was also special.

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