To me,you are a sister,friend,leader,you just everything,when I came to choir,you made me feel at home,you are a vessel of honour in the house of our Father,you have shown the love and passion you have for the works of our Father,may you continue being a blessing,may the works of your hand be multiplied,i say to you Happy Birthday,we love you
You are a vessel of honour, you are surely here for a reason, God has given you to us, lines are fallen to you unto pleasant places, you were born for a time like this, without you in our lives, we would never be the same, personally, my life has changed for the best because of you, im what im today because of you Sir, on behalf of Ce Braamfontein, we say Happy Birthday, we love and appreciate all you doing for the ministry, we celebrate with you, thank you for your wonderful works of your, may God continue multiplying the works of your hands, you are a blessing to us.Thank you Sir.
I would like to wish all the students writting their exams all the best. heres a few tips you may find helpful
Answer the question that has been set It sounds obvious, but time and again examiners say a common reason why students fail is because they didn’t actually answer the question that had been set in the exam.
To ensure you avoid this problem, do:
read the question carefully – each word is included in it with a purpose
understand and analyse the question – break it down and think about the verb(s) used.
plan your answer – firstly, the structure (introduction, sub-headings, how many points, conclusion and so on), and secondly the content (by going through the data or the scenario given)
answer the question that has been set – make sure that you answer all of the requirements in the question and keep referring back to your answer plan to stay on track.
answer only part of the question
answer the question that you had hoped to see
write everything that you know about the topic – you will only get marks for answering the question requirement.
Manage your time This is simple but very important. When your time allocation for a particular question is up, move on to the next question. You can leave some space to return if time permits at the end of the exam.
Even if you feel that you have more to write, you must move onto the next question and start picking up marks there. You will earn more marks by answering all of the required questions than if you spend a disproportionate amount of time trying to create a perfect answer to one particular question.
If you have time at the end of the exam you can always go back to a question and add more to your answer
Spend a little time thinking about how your answer paper looks, and if it is easy to read. when your work is neat it makes your paper easy to mark.
And the LORD said unto Abram, after that Lot was separated from him, Lift up now thine eyes, and look from the place where thou art northward, and southward, and eastward, and westward: For all the land which thou seest, to thee will I give it, and to thy seed forever (Genesis 13:14-15).
When the Lord told Abraham to lift up his eyes and look, in the scripture above, He wasn't referring to the man's physical eyes, but to the eyes of his spirit. God told him all the land he could "see" was his; it was now up to Abraham to decide how far he wanted to see. Being a man of faith, he looked from his spirit and saw the whole world. The Bible says "For the promise, that he should be the heir of the world, was not to Abraham, or to his seed, through the law, but through the righteousness of faith" (Romans 4:13). Abraham became the heir of the whole world by faith.
Now, that's not the end of the story. The Bible says "So then they which be of faith are blessed with faithful Abraham" (Galatians 3:9). You're as much the heir of the whole world as Abraham: "And if ye be Christ's, then are ye Abraham's seed, and heirs according to the promise" (Galatians 3:29). No wonder the Bible declares that God has given you everything you require for life and godliness (2 Peter 1:3). However, it's that which you've taken possession of by faith, that which your spirit has embraced, that you can enjoy. So it's up to you! As far as your eyes can see, that's "what the Lord has given to you for an inheritance.
As you fast and pray about the coming year, see yourself making unprecedented progress in every area of your life. See God taking you from glory to glory. Perhaps you've been praying and asking the Lord for a child, see that child with your spirit first. Whatever you've taken possession of from within, will certainly manifest in the physical.
Start practising how to see from your spirit, for your spirit is where the light of God is. God doesn't function in the realm of the mind or senses. If you're going to enjoy all the wonderful benefits of salvation God has in store for you, then you've got to see with the eyes of faith and speak forth what you see.