The fear of God kills all other fears.


Minister Conference 2017


Swaziland, 6-9 March 2017

While we were recently at KwaSizaBantu, Oom Jan asked me, ‘Why don’t you bring the ministers from Swaziland to the ‘Minister Conference?’ This was a wonderful opportunity as we wanted to organize a conference here in Swaziland. Instead we went with 3 cars and 15 pastors to KwaSizaBantu from the 6-9 March.

For each one of us it was a very rich experience; we have been blessed, we have been challenged and returned to Swaziland with a new zeal for the Gospel. The people kept on saying, ‘We have never seen or heard anything like this before.’

Peter Hammond from Frontline Fellowship wrote the following about the conference:
Participants came from as far afield as Algeria, America, Armenia, Belgium, Burundi, the Congo, Chad, France, Greece, Germany, Hungary, India, Latvia, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, the Netherlands, Russia, Romania, South Korea, Switzerland, Swaziland, Sweden, Togo and Zambia.


When Blessings are Blocked
The Founder and Director of KwaSizabantu Mission, Rev. Erlo Stegen, related the story of when his mother’s garden was dying. There was no shortage of water. He climbed up to the reservoir and saw that it was full to the brim, but still the plants were dying. Something was preventing the water from reaching the soil. He opened up sections of the pipe and sucked and at one point, out came a frog’s leg! As he pulled the frog out, the water poured out.

The Path to Revival
Rev. Stegen asked: “What is blocking God’s blessing in your life and ministry? Do not touch what is unclean! Come out of the world and be separate. You can accept Christ countless times, but if Christ does not accept you – then you are lost for all eternity! God does not tolerate sin. If you want God to work in your life and community, get rid of your pride, selfishness and blaming others. You want God to work in your relatives? Let God first work in your own life and work Godly sorrow to produce repentance with all your heart. Deal with your own sin! What is not right in your own life? God cannot tolerate pride. Whatever separates you from God - Separate from it. Do not just be a hearer of the World, but a doer. Who may ascend the hill of the Lord? He who has clean hands and a pure heart. Are your hands clean? Is your heart pure? Are your lips without fault? ‘Come out from among them and be separate…’ 2 Corinthians 6:17.”


Search Your Heart
You may pray for God's blessings over your food, yet are the plates and cutlery stolen?
You may ask God to bless your sleep, yet is any of your furniture stolen? Where do the sheets come from? Examine yourself. Have you stolen anything? Return it.
Do you have other people’s property amongst your possessions? Return what you have borrowed. Replace what you have broken. Make full restitution. Restore those broken relationships.

Take Up Your Cross
You can study Theology, but if your hands are stained with sin and you have unrepented evil in your life, then it will not help. God looks at your heart. What is in your heart? Some people want to cast our demons and yet their heart is a nest of demons. We cannot expect God to use us to reach the world while we hold bitterness, unforgiveness and pride in our own lives. Revivals bring separation from sin and the world. Are you willing to pay the price?

Seek God for Revival
We must work for Biblical Reformation. We must pray and trust God, who alone can send spiritual Revival. "Will You not revive us again, that Your people may rejoice in You?" Psalm 85:6

Leo, Swazi Vision



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