Ha le lakatsa ho tseba Kamoo ke pholositsoeng…

Good evening, they say every saint has a past as a sinner… As Christians I pray that we acknowledge the fact that we were born into sin. This means, before baptism, repentance and confession of sins is required. When the priest says : “You are forgiven, go in peace and sin no more.”; he is echoing the words once said by our Lord Jesus Christ as recorded in the gospel according to John.

Jesus straightened up and asked her, “Woman, where are they? Has no one condemned you?” “No one, sir,” she said. “Then neither do I condemn you,” Jesus declared. “Go now and leave your life of sin.” – John 8:10-11

My reason for sharing this with you is so that you can be strong and not allow yourself to be ashamed of your past, people will always try to use it to bring you down. Say with confidence that Jesus died so you and I could live in one with Him and the Father. Do not condemn me for something my Saviour has pardoned me for.

My brothers and sisters, I need you to be aware that the struggle of flesh and spirit can be internal sometimes, most of the time it is. You find yourself punishing yourself over and over for something God has already forgiven you for. Jesus is love and True love does not keep record of wrongs.

(Please read 1 Corinthians 13:5)

So everyone who has accepted Jesus as the way, truth and life has a story to tell of how they became known as Christians.

When asked to share your story, you can sing or say the following:

Ha le lakatsa ho tseba
Kamoo ke pholositsoeng,
Mamelang ha ke le joela,
Ke le supisa tsela.
Jesu ke ‘Moloki oa ka,
O nkhethetse bolulo;
Kea mo rata, hob’a nthata,
A ‘neile bophelo.

Ke ne ke shoele melatong,
Ke ne ke hloka tsepo,
Ke ne ke mathela lefung,
Ke sa tsabe Molimo.
Jesu ke ‘Moloki oa ka,…

Teng ka utloa Evangeli
E re, Jesu o nchoetse.
Ea e-ba sona sehlare
Se thusang moea oa me.
Jesu ke ‘Moloki oa ka,…

E, kajeno ke folile,
Ke ngoana oa Molimo;
Ke lumetse, ke thabile;
Ha ke na pelaelo
Jesu ke ‘Moloki oa ka,…

Leha ke le matsoenyehong,
Ke loana ntoa e kholo,
Nke ke ka sutha bophelong,
Ke bolokoa ke Jesu.
Jesu ke ‘Moloki oa ka,…

Monghali, kea rapela,
U nthuse ka tiisetso,
Ke n’o tseba ho finyella
Motseng oa linyakallo.
Jesu ke ‘Moloki oa ka,…

– Lifella Tsa Sione Hymn 116

May you be blessed and remain encouraged, do not let those who knew how you used to be, determine your future.

God loves you.

“For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb.
I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well.”
– Psalm 139:13-14

Some of you are newly baptized, others are making the decision to be baptized tomorrow and some were baptized a long time ago, the struggles we have as Christians are not unique to individuals, that’s why we need to strengthen each other with encouraging words so that we can always remain rooted in God’s love for us.

God be with you all.

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10 Responses to Ha le lakatsa ho tseba Kamoo ke pholositsoeng…

  1. vusi says:

    God bless you,

  2. masetshaba phakalane says:

    Thank you so much for the words of wisdom nd encouragement, im truly blessed. Please continue to inspire us nd dnt get tired. You are a blessing

  3. Thank you so much feel blessed and fulfilled

  4. ZILE says:

    that is a good site i wana know more/others

  5. Pamela Dube says:

    Jesu ke Moloki oa ka ngoan’eso ke thabela ho e bone e ngoetsoe ka sesotho se hlapileng! Molimo a ho hlonolofatse

  6. Segolame Modisang says:

    Iam a living testimony that God can use the foolish for his glory.Thank you for words of encouragement indeed the Lord our GOD is above all

  7. karabo says:

    alleluya a re galaletseng modimo go bane ke mmoloki wa rona o re kgethetse bodulo,a go bakwe lebitso la yo ko le godimong,amen

  8. Rodny Dlamini says:

    no coment al its wonderful and blessed

  9. Flora Nkwe says:

    Teng ka utloa Evangelie,ye e rent”Jesu”o nshoetse,ya eba sona sehlare de thusang moya waka” Haa,ke phetho,ke tuuu,ke bopaki ka boyona!.I am a living restimony of this stansa

  10. Oreeditse says:

    That’s healing for my soul. Ke a morata oya nthata o nneile bophelo. Hallelujah

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