Adventist Hyms

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“How Far From Home?”, Anne R. Smith, is an epic song that
echoes the pilgrim’s longing for heaven, and weariness
with the worldly experience. It is laden with consolation
and comfort that address the same questions – that the
end is nigh and Jesus is coming again.
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A kurekure kumusha? Ndabvunza murindi ati,
“Usiku huri kupera, kwakuda kuyedza.

Usacheme, kurumidza, mutewere kusimbira;
Muchasvika mukupenya, hakuna kupera”

Ndabvunza kune mukani, ane rwiyo rwekushinga,
“Ngekushinga ndinokana, hondo ichapera.

Musacheme, mutiwire, dakara basa rapera,
Tinoziva tine chipo, kuti takurira”

Ndabvunzazve pasi, zuwa, zvese zvakandipindura,
Nguva iri kundopera, Jesu anouya

Musacheme, zviwonisozve, zviri kutinyewera,
Zvisikwa zvese zvinoda, tsuri imborira

Tiripatyo nekumusha, ku nofadza kutondera;
Chifarai imwi vafambi, bvisaiwo kutya.

Musacheme, tisangane apo kusina kuneta,
Zviyedzo’zvo zvakapera, tasvika kumusha

Adventist Hyms

Aside

“How Far From Home?”, Anne R. Smith, is an epic song that
echoes the pilgrim’s longing for heaven, and weariness
with the worldly experience. It is laden with consolation
and comfort that address the same questions – that the
end is nigh and Jesus is coming again.
_______

A kurekure kumusha? Ndabvunza murindi ati,
“Usiku huri kupera, kwakuda kuyedza.

Usacheme, kurumidza, mutewere kusimbira;
Muchasvika mukupenya, hakuna kupera”

Ndabvunza kune mukani, ane rwiyo rwekushinga,
“Ngekushinga ndinokana, hondo ichapera.

Musacheme, mutiwire, dakara basa rapera,
Tinoziva tine chipo, kuti takurira”

Ndabvunzazve pasi, zuwa, zvese zvakandipindura,
Nguva iri kundopera, Jesu anouya

Musacheme, zviwonisozve, zviri kutinyewera,
Zvisikwa zvese zvinoda, tsuri imborira

Tiripatyo nekumusha, ku nofadza kutondera;
Chifarai imwi vafambi, bvisaiwo kutya.

Musacheme, tisangane apo kusina kuneta,
Zviyedzo’zvo zvakapera, tasvika kumusha

Adventist Hyms

Aside

“How Far From Home?”, Anne R. Smith, is an epic song that
echoes the pilgrim’s longing for heaven, and weariness
with the worldly experience. It is laden with consolation
and comfort that address the same questions – that the
end is nigh and Jesus is coming again.
_______

A kurekure kumusha? Ndabvunza murindi ati,
“Usiku huri kupera, kwakuda kuyedza.

Usacheme, kurumidza, mutewere kusimbira;
Muchasvika mukupenya, hakuna kupera”

Ndabvunza kune mukani, ane rwiyo rwekushinga,
“Ngekushinga ndinokana, hondo ichapera.

Musacheme, mutiwire, dakara basa rapera,
Tinoziva tine chipo, kuti takurira”

Ndabvunzazve pasi, zuwa, zvese zvakandipindura,
Nguva iri kundopera, Jesu anouya

Musacheme, zviwonisozve, zviri kutinyewera,
Zvisikwa zvese zvinoda, tsuri imborira

Tiripatyo nekumusha, ku nofadza kutondera;
Chifarai imwi vafambi, bvisaiwo kutya.

Musacheme, tisangane apo kusina kuneta,
Zviyedzo’zvo zvakapera, tasvika kumusha

How to Resist Temptation

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I’d like to tell you something that I don’t like. I don’t like to see people eaten by lions. Neither does God. He doesn’t like to see people consumed by a roaring lion. But unfortunately, there is too much of this going on. The devil goes about like a roaring lion seeking for whom he may devour. He’s looking. He’s not just strolling around the earth just whistling his tunes and enjoying himself, he is looking for people who he can devour. The best place to look if you want to devour somebody is in a place where they’re not to devoured. You need to go to a place where there’s still life and unfortunately, that just so happens to be God’s church. The devil comes to church licking his lips wondering who he can have for a snack. For those who may be forsaking themselves from assembling…

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She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not

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When two people get married, things go on in the mind. Does he really love me? Constantly there is a looking for evidences that the person loves me. There has often been confusion on this point because someone may ask, do you love me? They may say, yes I love you but you don’t seem to love me. I think, well, I told you I love you. I go to work don’t I? Doesn’t that mean I love you? But many people say, well yes intellectually, but I’m needing something else. Something to fill the emotional need of being loved the way I want to be loved.

There is a practice of some in seeking to determine whether the object of their affection returns that affection or not to take a flower and picking of the petals one at a time, they repeat the phrases, “she loves me…

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Drinking at the Fountain of Life

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By John Thiel, Audio: mp3

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Jesus our Lord and Saviour is here with us by His Holy Spirit and He wants us to receive this water of life as in the hymn ‘I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say.’ This is what the theme of our divine service is today, drinking at the fountain of life. Stoop down and drink and live.

In my experience over the years, I have found that the real drinking and eating is missed by many a believer in the Bible. The real drinking yes, there are a lot of truths, a lot of information gained in the reading of the Word, but the drinking at the fountain of life seems to evade many, many Christians in these last days.

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