Hanging on His Lips / Om Aan Die Here Se Lippe Te Hang

In his times of uncertainty or upheaval, king David was hanging on God’s lips and clinging to His words. It’s an example of how king Solomon’s bride expressed her beloved’s lips and his presence to be like dripping liquid myrrh. Marelize shares on the meaning of that experience, and why it is so important for us to cling to our Beloved’s lips in challenging times.

Song 1-5 Luke 19:48 Ps.119:161-163 Ps.45 Ps.81:13-16

Featuring Myrrh Gum Resin

Praying for Afghanistan

Let us pray God’s beautiful plan and purpose for this mountain land, according to His revealed word for Afghanistan, in this time of uncertainty.

Deut.33:13-17 Acts 17:26 Ex.24:10 Hos.14:5-8

From Teaching Our Children, to Teaching Others, What Do We Have in Common with the Bible’s Priest? / Wat Het Ouers En Onderwysers in Gemeen Met Die Bybelse Priester?

In the Bible the teacher was judged by a higher standard than others. In the Old Testament the teachers were the priests, who had to live by certain principles. In the New Testament, the teachers were the Pharisees and Sadducees, the people of whom Jesus was very judgmental, because they didn’t live by the principles that they taught others to live by.

Marelize uses the life principles of the priest, as an example of God’s guidelines, when you want to influence others when teaching them, or when you want to pray for your child’s teachers.

Featuring the Priesthood Restoration Anointing Oil

Jam.3:1 Tit.2:7-8 Heb.5:12-14 Matt.23 Deut.33:8-11 Mal.2 1Pet.2:5 Heb.10:16 Phil.2:3-6

When God Stretches Your Faith, like the Daddy Who Wants His Girl to Jump Further, Before He Catches Her

Noah and Joseph are good examples of how God often stretches our faith so that we’ll be stronger, and better prepared for the new season or position in which He wants to use us.

If your dad played the game with you, of holding his hands out while calling on you to jump, and then repeating it while standing further and further away, it may have built in you a strength that will push you to not fear when taking calculated risks. If the opposite has happened, in which your dad acted in a way that brought disappointment or distrust, it may influence your trust in God as a good Father. Marelize address this issue when she speaks about God stretching our faith to become stronger.

Heb.11:7 Luke 13:34 Deut.1:29-31