Hymn Testimonies

1. Forgiveness from the Lord

2. Come clean before the Presence of God.

3. Unshaken Faith

4. Hymns and Scripture – The Foundation for effective prayer

5. Do not pass me by.

6.Rea u boka Morena – Thank You

7. Keep pressing on – The devil is a liar!!!


5 Responses to Hymn Testimonies

  1. I like to thank this website for uplifting our spirits so high. If we preach the gospel truth who can stand before us? It realy helped me a lot because when I’m down, automatically I will see the Hymn that will take me out of that problem. I wanna give thanks unto the lord of jesus christ of Nazareth, under the trinity of heaven god the father, son , holy spirit. Amen. Stay blessed

  2. Amogelang says:

    How to Change when Change is Hard

    But Lot’s wife looked back, and she became a pillar of salt. Genesis 19:26

    Letting go of the familiar is tough. Changing careers or colleges or moving to a new city can take an emotional toll on us. It’s even more difficult to leave behind old habits, attitudes and behaviors.

    Lot’s wife wasn’t able to let go of her home in Sodom, even though God sent angels to warn her family to run for their lives because judgment was coming. In fact, the angels’ warnings included such grave commands as “Don’t look back” and “Don’t stop.”

    Why in the world did this woman choose to stop and look back? Could it be that she loved the life she was leaving too much? Though Sodom was full to overflowing with sin and vice, apparently the dark and oppressive city was comfortably familiar to Lot’s wife.

    It is difficult to leave the familiar behind. That fact is as true today as it was in the days of Sodom and Gomorrah’s destruction–even when God himself is saying, “It’s time to move on.”

    If you’ve ever struggled with a destructive habit, you’ve felt the pull of the familiar–even as you’ve sensed God’s nudge, “Move on now.” You’ve experienced the temptation to turn back just one more time, for one last look, one last taste, one last “fix”–even as God has whispered, “Don’t look back.”

    Maybe you’ve agonized over a loved one’s downward spiral, desperately attempting to rescue them time and time again–until finally God impressed upon you, “Stop. Let go.”

    Unlike Lot’s wife, none of us has ever become a pillar of salt by turning back for one last peek. Yet we all struggle with the difficulties of letting go of the old in order to grasp the new.

    God understands that letting go of the familiar is hard. Yet he has called us to move on to new life in Jesus Christ by letting go of our old worldly lives, our old habits, our old dreams–to boldly move forward without looking back.

    When you feel God’s call to move, allow him to guide you. He will give you the grace to do whatever he has asked.

    Hym 308
    Ke se ke utloile,
    Jesu, ha o mpitsa;
    O mpona ke lahlehile,
    O re oa mpholosa.

    E, ke dumetse
    Nthole Morena
    Ntlhatswe, ntlhokodisise
    Ke be motle le ‘na.

    Ke tla ka ditshila
    Ke moetsadibe
    Ke tla ke le feela -feela;
    Oho, nkgauhele!
    E, ke dumetse …

    Nkapese ka matla
    Wena ka sebele
    Ntlholele sebe ka mehla
    O nketse mohale.
    E, ke dumetse …

    Wena ea mpitsitseng
    Nthuise tumelo
    Lerato le phethehileng
    Le kgotso le thabo.
    E, ke dumetse …

    O ntlhwekise pelo
    O mpuse le kutlo
    Tsohle tse ho ‘na tsa botho
    Di kganye ka hlweko.
    E, ke dumetse …

    What does the this passage teach you about letting go in order to move forward?

    Why is it so difficult sometimes to let go of the past?

    What is one thing you think God may be asking you to let go of right now? Spend some time praying that God will help you let go of whatever is hindering you from moving forward in your spiritual journey.

    Stay  blessed.

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