Brandpunt

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Brandpunt with Wynand Rossouw asks questions, provide answers and get listeners thinking. It aims to deliver the pure, unadulterated Word of God. Wynand facilitates discussions about controversial everyday Christian topics affecting believers worldwide. Brandpunt aims to ask questions, provide answers and get listeners thinking and informed. During His ministry on earth, Christ often asked questions to get individuals to reflect on matters to discover God’s truth about them.

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SEP

Wat sê die Woord oor paartjies wat saambly?

Brandpunt gesels met iemand wat reeds 15 jaar al saambly sonder om getroud te wees en die lesse wat paartjies daaruit kan leer. Ons praat ook met Gustav en Elna Muller wat huweliks berading doen en uitgesproke huweliks aktiviste is.Pastoor Neville Norden deel ook sy hart oor die Bybel en wat die Woord se oor saambly sonder om getroud te wees
19
AUG

Whos to blame .......

We talk to Ds Braam Kloppers and psychologist Lourentia de Kok about the blame game humans love to play ...... and whos fault it is after all is set and done.
29
JUL

Is self-vergifnis 'n Bybelse konsep?

Die onderwerp van self-vergifnis word algemeen gepreek, maar is dit bybels? Ons gesels met Evangelis Deon Wessels en Ds Jaco Strydom oor of dit Bybels is om jouself aller eers te vergeef voor jy ander kan vergewe
22
JUL

Wonde Sonde en n Verwronge God,s beeld

Brandpunt gesels met Dr Christo De Klerk in Munster KZN wat aan die hoof staan van die Na Eden beradings sentrum oor sonde wonde en n verwronge God,s beeld waarmee so baie mense sukkel
15
JUL

Pastor Edward Kannaih Calvary Baptist church on the topic of moral spiritual ethics and real life dilemmas

We sometimes face complex situations with no clear right choice. What should Christians do when confronted with spiritual, moral or ethical dilemmas?

Have you ever been in a lose-lose situation? Or a catch-22? Or even, dare we say, a jam or a pickle? Ever been between a rock and a hard place? Have you ever had to choose between the lesser of two evils?
Whatever idiom we use to label the experience, we no doubt have all had dilemmas in our lives in which there seemed to be no way to do the right or ethical thing. No pros, all cons. No saving grace or silver lining, only a seemingly impossible choice.
There can be many reasons we find ourselves in these types of situations:
• We are trying to protect our loved ones, or even strangers, from harm or suffering.
• We have limited time, limited resources and limited information for making a decision.
• We want to keep ourselves from harm or suffering, as well as hardship.
• We see a possible threat to our family’s basic human needs, and we have to react.

So that being said, lets think of some familiar real life examples of ethical dilemmas
• We are in legal and financial troubles. Lying will help us get out of them, but lying is wrong (Exodus 20:16). I need to protect and provide for my family and make sure they are okay. I have no choice. I’ll lie and repent later.
o Where’s the justice and love for those we lie to? Where is the repentance and seeking God’s help? Where is the search for other solutions?
• My manager tells me to wear a pin on my work uniform that denotes an ideological or activist stance that the company is supporting but that the Bible says is wrong. I know that doing so would cause people to think I support that cause (which I don’t). I will never be able to find another job that works around my schedule. I don’t want people to think I am hateful of anyone. I have no choice. I will go along with what my boss wants and repent later.
o Where’s the faith that God will take care of us?
10
JUN

Understanding demonic possesion in the modern era with Dr Kobus Jonker

Brandpunt spoke to Dr Kobus Jonker and Pastor James Lottering about Matthews 12:45 "Then goeth he, and taketh with himself seven other spirits more wicked than himself, and they enter in and dwell there: and the last state of that man is worse than the first. Even so shall it be also unto this wicked generation."
03
JUN

Die slegte nuus van die Evangelie

Na aanleiding van n boek wat onlangs gepubliseer is getitel "Die slegte nuus van die Evangelie het Brandpunt met Prof Stefan Joubert gaan gesels oor die boek en ander vrae wat rondom die boek mag ontstaan
20
MAY

Does wearing religious jewelry protect me?

The cross is loved and respected by millions of people around the world so much so that even The Encyclopædia Britannica calls the cross “the principal symbol of the Christian religion.”However interestingly enough, the Greek word generally translated “cross” is stau·rosʹ. It basically means “an upright pale or stake.” And then the Companion Bible points out: “[Stau·rosʹ] never means two pieces of timber placed across one another at any angle . . . There is nothing in the Greek of the [New Testament] even to imply two pieces of timber.”
In several texts, Bible writers use another word for the instrument of Jesus’ death. It is the Greek word xyʹlon. (Acts 5:30; 10:39; 13:29; Galatians 3:13; 1 Peter 2:24) This word simply means “timber” or “a stick, club, or tree.”
The apostle Paul says: “Christ purchased us, releasing us from the curse of the Law by becoming a curse instead of us, because it is written: ‘Accursed is every man hung upon a stake [“a tree,” King James Version].’” (Galatians 3:13) Here Paul quotes Deuteronomy 21:22, 23, which clearly refers to a stake, (cross). Since such a means of execution made the person “a curse,” the question that arises “is it proper for Christians to decorate their homes with images of Christ on a cross or the cross as jewellery around the neck or simply the cross as a means of protection. That being said, there is debate as to whether or not it is appropriate—or even sinful—to wear religious jewelry like crosses and crucifixes. Christians did not begin wearing crosses around their necks until after crucifixion was no longer the primary source of capital punishment; therefore, it is not equivalent to a modern-day person wearing a miniature death chamber or a gun or knife around his neck, as some have suggested. Many looks at the cross as simply the instrument of death used to slay our beloved Saviour. It being suggested on social media that people who truly practice the Christianity of the Bible stand out as beacons of light in

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