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“Let everything that has breath praise the Lord” Psalm 150:6

FEED MY SHEEPSouth Africa for Christ
With over 5000km travelled, our South Africa mission team has arrived back safely. God very graciously gave us the opportunities to preach and teach in churches, schools, mission stations, Bible colleges, and even a soccer stadium! Although I spend most of my time either ministering in Cape Town or across the South African border, I was greatly encouraged by the amount of opportunities there are to feed people the Word of God within South Africa.


Teaching Teachers
I spoke at 12 different school meetings, some of them rather rewarding and encouraging. At one school, I spent about 20 minutes talking with the students about salvation. The teachers who were listening in on my conversation with the class approached me afterward, thanking me for helping them understand the Biblical teaching on salvation.

 
The TURKISH GENOCIDE of ARMENIAN CHRISTIANS
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April marks the anniversary of the launch of the systematic extermination of the Christian Armenians by the Ottoman Turks. The Jihad began with the arrest of 250 Christian leaders in Constantinople (what is today called Istanbul), on 24 April 1915. Over 1.5 million Christians were slaughtered by Muslims in Turkey during 1915.

Corruption and Cruelty


The Ottoman Empire declined into corruption and degeneracy from the beginning. When Sultan Murad III died in AD 1595, his son Muhammad had his 19 brothers murdered to prevent them from claiming "his throne". He also had seven of his father's pregnant concubines sown into sacks and thrown into the river. Many of his nephews were incarcerated in "the cage". Sultan Ibrahim threw his grand Vizier into a cistern. One morning, after an orgy, Ibrahim had all 300 women of his harem put into sacks and thrown into the Bosporus. Only one survived by being picked up by a ship bound for France. When Ibrahim was finally assassinated, the Ottoman Empire was torn apart by more corruption, nepotism, inefficiency, misrule and power struggles.
 
THE HOLOCAUST IN RWANDA – 22 YEARS LATER
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1Holocaust in Rwanda is now Available as an E-Book

Twenty two years ago, 6 April 1994, one of the most dreadful campaigns of mass murder was unleashed upon the Tutsi people of Rwanda. In just 100 days, more people had been slaughtered with machetes and clubs than have died from atomic weapons in all of history.

 

Convenient Timing

At the time, world media attention was focused on South Africa's first "One Man, One Vote" elections. When the genocide was launched on 6 April 1994, most African correspondents were in South Africa covering the elections. The MRND government in Rwanda meticulously organised the genocide. The French trained Presidential Guard, the army, the gendarmes and civil administrators were mobilised to slaughter the Tutsi minority.

 

 

 
MOZAMBIQUE REVISITED
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My daughter, Dan13iela, returned from a visit to Mozambique last week. She reported vibrant market places, hardworking entrepreneurs and friendly people delighted to receive Gospel literature in their language. It is astounding the changes we have witnessed in Mozambique over the past 34 years since my first Mission to Mozambique!

 

Prayer

The Lord brought Mozambique to my mind and heart through Operation World. It was while praying through the 1978 edition of Operation World at all-night prayer meetings in the Army, that the Lord guided me into my first cross-border mission work to Mozambique. When I read that Mozambique was the least evangelised country in the Southern Hemisphere and that there was less than one Bible for every thousand people, in this longsuffering, war-torn, Marxist state, the Lord galvanised me into launching Frontline Fellowship into Mozambique.

 

 
Communist Chaos on Campus
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On Tuesday evening, my d12698606 1066579356719299 5332793577498308200 oaughter was attending a ballroom dancing event on the campus of the University of Cape Town.  As she attempted to walk up the stairs to Jameson Hall mobs barred her way and threatened her.  Their curses and hostility were directed at anyone who was White.  Vile graffiti desecrated the memorial to students who had died in the First World War and students were chanting that all Whites must be killed.
 
Disrupting Traffic

A shack was built across the middle of on
e of the most important roads on the university campus, disrupting traffic.  Rubbish bins were being burnt.
 

 
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