Message from Piesangslaai in Willem Petzer Live Chat #local-news
Ek luister vir julle...
Dit raas te veel hier, kan nie gesels nie
@HoppeanSnake_ZA click op jou mic, daar n streep deur... Dan kan jy deel van gesprek raak...
vir een of ander rede wil die app nie mooi werk op my foon nie. My IRL naam is David. Ek het vir jou @Willem Petzer n email op 30 Junie gestuur
promise im no CIA nigger
Hoe bedoel jy dit werk nie lekker nie. Wat is fout
Sorry this one rather https://mises.org/wire/economic-globalization-not-political-globalization
Apparently thst is a broken link...
Works now, just my computer...
@Malcolm the Seceder A Free Church of Scotland minister sent me this message a couple of years ago:
I gave the talk at the Free North last Sunday. The talk was called "Mandela and the Missionary Legacy". Essentially it was looking at how, at almost every major point of his life, Mandela had contact with the Gospel, and the missionary legacy. From his Methodist school, to Clarkbury, Headltown, Fort Hare, during his growing political awareness, even his commitment to armed struggle has an echo in the Presbyterian belief in the overthrow of tyrants, by force if necessary, as well as at Robben Island, to his later contact with Dr Michael Cassidy. The conclusion, however, is far from clear as to what spiritual difference this made upon him, though in terms of common grace it made a huge contribution to a more or less peaceful transition to a democratic South Africa.
Do you think the ANCs Peoples War and the Presbyterian belief in the overthrow of tyrants are the same?
Doesn't wash with me. Calvin from what I understand counseled Christians to accept tyrannical rule in some circumstances
Btw can u accept my new friend request here had to resend when I got booted
1 hour mark. Sars employee Paid 2.5 million per year to sit around and read newspapers,on top of that bonus were paid aswell.
We are being ruled by fvking idiots... *Queue alex Jones meldown except replace south american walruses for South African mental retards*
So a few of you have asked why as a Scot I don't support Scottish Independence. Here is an article published in my church's magazine at the time which gives 4 reasons why we were opposed to it:
And here is a link to the Solemn League and Covenant which was a covenant drawn up by the protestants of England and Scotland to work for the reformation of religion in both nations and in Ireland. This is one of the foundational documents of Scottish Presbyterianism and why we see ourselves as part of a united kingdom, bonded by kinship and religion and believe that the Lord united these nations for His glory and our good:
couldn't watch that
2 died hey?
was kind of scary ya.
"o hierdie gaan bad wees"
the audio freaked me out so I bailed
bit of a snuff film