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I have started a new series of discipleship books. This is just a notification before publication. The title of the series is "The circumcision of the heart", and the theme of the first book is, "Religion or Discipleship". Here is a part of the foreword to the book just to whet your appetite:

What we plant in our hearts, will be what comes out of our mouths. And what we speak, that is who we become – that is the direction in which we go. The Book of James speaks of the tongue. He says the tongue is like the rudder of a ship. Ships which sail on vast oceans are “driven by strong winds, but they are still directed by a very small rudder, wherever the inclination of the pilot desires.” (James 3:4) That rudder gives direction to the ship. The tongue is the same. What proceeds out of our mouths, gives direction to our lives. And friends, what comes out of the mouth, comes out of the heart, and directs our future. Be careful what you plant in your heart.

More good news! All my books may now also be ordered in printed format and sent to you anywhere in South Africa. The printers are already printing a stock of the books, so please let me know what you might like. Browse the Website for more than 50 book titles that are available. This includes books from other authors, and includes Christian children's books! Please note that the prices on the website are only for e-books. The printed books will naturally cost more - I will publish these prices later.

Here is the website link to the first of these discipleship books. It is not yet finished so you will not be able to open it yet. This is just a preview to whet your appetite for what is coming. You can use this link to browse all my other books too.

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