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Remember your journey

Last week we celebrated the 11th year of the Eduplex Pre-school. While watching the excited children waiting for their cupcakes and soft drinks during the songs and principal’s speech, I could not help thinking of God’s immeasurable grace bestowed on me and my family during the construction of the Eduplex.

The principal reminded the children of God’s vision (to change deaf education) that He gave me in 1992, and how they are also part of that vision today, 21 years later.

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We Live in a Whole New World

A recent Time magazine highlights the use of drones not only in the US Military operations but also by estate agents, law enforcement, and farmers. How things have changed! And, the more things change, the more stress is created as we sometimes battle to keep up.

It seems like yesterday that I wrote a letter to our suppliers asking for the distribution of our products in Southern Africa. They advised me to buy a Telex machine to expedite communication. Soon after that, the Fax machine arrived and shortly after that came the internet and e-mail. We were told we will have 2-3 hours a day “extra time” (due to all these conveniences) and that our workload will be much lighter. Exactly the opposite happened. Our smartphones now keep us connected 24/7/365 year in and year out—never giving us a chance to get away from the office or people seeking our attention, advice and decisions. We can rarely just “switch-off” and spend quality time with our loved ones.

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2013 – Let us pray like never before

Every December, while relaxing with the family at our holiday home, I have time to pray about the year ahead. Every new year seems to have more and more demands and knowing what the Lord wants me to do becomes more and more difficult as the challenges grow…. and (hopefully) also the lessons I have learnt and still have to learn.

Every year, at our very first meeting, I ask our Thursday morning prayer group what each one’s spiritual aims are for the year ahead… because if you aim at nothing, you are sure to hit it. This year my aim is to try and not let my heart be troubled … and not to fear. (John 14:1 + 27(b))

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Intimate worship leading to faith

As the year-end approaches, I tend to reflect on the past 12 months and I stand humbled as I consider how good God has been. He kept every promise and He helped me achieve the impossible – notwithstanding my countless fears on how “I” was going to “do it.”

We built 7 new classrooms in the second phase of our high school and received the occupation certificate 2 days ago. Was it easy? No. But it was very exciting as we waited for the approval of the ground consolidation, the approval of the building plans, and struggled to get the construction completed. We eventually saw the completed product, and we were amazed.

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The Problem with Problems

It’s early morning and I have been awake since 02:00 am, turning and tossing and thinking of all my problems. Why are there so many problems on the project that I am busy with? Why is everything going wrong? Why is it that there is a rock around every corner – literally and figurative?

That is when doubt sets in. Am I busy with my thing or God’s thing? Am I outside of God’s will? Is He saying something to me and I am not listening? Many hear, very few listen and even less do! Am I moving in my own power instead of walking in the Spirit? – as God commanded me in Zechariah 4:6 “Not by might, nor by power, but by my Spirit,” says the Lord Almighty…”you will succeed because of my Spirit, though you are few and weak. Therefore no mountain, however high, can stand before Zerubbabel (me!) For it will flatten out before him!” (me!)

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