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  • Faith Without Fruit Is Dead | Kone Mphela

    Faith Without Fruit Is Dead

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 19 mins)
    • By Kone Mphela
    • Narrated By Rebecca Maria
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    Barack was distraught. She sought the help of her grandmother. However, she got more condemnation. Luckily, God pleased few friends in her path who would share a light of true grace: a high school friend who shared with her the experience of life with Jesus. Barack was willing to follow her, but her grandmother refused to give her permission to go, as she was brainwashed to believe that Jesus is only for Jews not Africans.

  • Proclaimed Victory of an Orphan | Kone Mphela

    Proclaimed Victory of an Orphan

    • UNABRIDGED (49 mins)
    • By Kone Mphela
    • Narrated By Lynn Benson
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    Sheila, Angie, and Tiny were orphans; however, because of the bitterness in their hearts they turned away from God and closed their heart against anything that concerns God. Consequently, they experienced so much bad luck, God couldn't impose in their life against their well and help them. They lived like that until one day Sheila turned her heart towards God and from that day God showed her his grace and favor.

  • Overwhelmed by Grief: Restored Into the Kingdom | Kone Mphela

    Overwhelmed by Grief: Restored Into the Kingdom

    • UNABRIDGED (50 mins)
    • By Kone Mphela
    • Narrated By Cathy Schrecongost
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    Bongani allowed his grief to overcloud his reasoning, he believed that he has achieved all what he has achieved because his father was always there for him, and after his father's death he became fearful and doubtful. He came to say "my bow is gone", which meant he is an arrow and his dad was a bow that helped him to shoot. Therefore God send him a messenger to remind him that God is still there for him and he also reminded him that it was him who give us power to succeed in life.

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