Sunday, November 04, 2012

Egte melk-tert

I'm happy to say that the sun was out again today, but with fresh snow on the mountains there was a decided chill in the air. Didn't detract from a wonderful Lord's Day though; the morning service on God's love was absolutely splendid and I'd highly recommend listening to it from the link on the church's blog. We simply cannot grasp the "breadth or length or height or depth" of His love for us which has been "poured into our hearts through the Holy spirit who has been given to us" (Ephesians 3:18 and Romans 5:5).  Being the first Sunday of the month it was our fellowship lunch day, and there will shortly be a brand new church family photograph on the blog, thanks to Andreas who gathered the congregation outside for a group pic.  Mid-afternoon we called in at the de Beers whose crowd-gathering tactics were evidently more successful than ours - the secret must lie in luring would-be guests with genuine South African milk tart, I''m sure of it.  
I let Leone (above, on the right) loose with my camera and she captured some amazing shots - here are a couple of her photos.
Ha ha ha ha Matt...we did have a lot of laughs over some very funny stories!  Below - Adele (right) with her sister and mom.
Back to church in the evening for another excellent discourse in Nick's worship series - this time on the topic of dance in worship - very interesting indeed.

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