Author: Kat Hlongwane

My Goals Were Never His

My Goals Were Never His

By Kat Hlongwane on July 3, 2018

It was a particularly good evening. I was worshiping with a friend, we were going through the usual YouTube worship music with lyrics. I did not need the lyrics. I was worshiping with my eyes closed, very lost in the moment. I heard Him speak to me very clearly, He asked: “What is the goal?” Such an odd question, He had my attention. So, I listened.

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Stuck in Nostalgia? – Yeshua told me to stop

Stuck in Nostalgia? – Yeshua told me to stop

By Kat Hlongwane on April 4, 2018

Written by Kat Hlongwane

 

Stop dwelling on past events and brooding over times gone by; I am doing something new;
it’s springing up — can’t you see it? I am making a road in the desert, rivers in the wasteland.

Isaiah 43: 18-19

I am more like the Children of Israel fresh out of Egypt than like the apostles walking out my faith in fear and reverence. Although I have seen the miracles of YHWH in my life, I am not fully walking it out. I have seen him use my hands to heal, my voice to deliver the gospel.

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Palm Sunday – Why Jesus pleaded that we pick up our cross

Palm Sunday – Why Jesus pleaded that we pick up our cross

By Kat Hlongwane on March 25, 2018

Written by Katlego Hlongwane

In Exodus 12, God instructs Moses and Aaron on the preparations for Passover, of which they would have to retell to the Children of Israel. God tells them that on the 10th day of the new month, which begins a new year in scripture, each household is to select a lamb, without blemish, a year-old male. This lamb was to live with them until the 14th day, on that day the whole congregation of Israel would kill the lamb.

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Valentines Day, Women & the Bible

Valentines Day, Women & the Bible

By Kat Hlongwane on February 14, 2018

Written by Katlego Hlongwane

Valentine’s Day is here, and so is the single person’s race to get hooked up. The typical red and white colors are being adorned in the stores, and my inbox is flooding with promotional messages for cutie teddy bears, flowers and of course the chocolates. Yum, I am more inclined to the chocolates not so much anything else.  I am not going to write about this worldly love, which the day packages and sells to people as its central message. It has become very evident that the day is lust driven and has nothing to do with the love of Yeshua.

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