A Fragile life (Rozanne Visagie) 14 June 2015 (5:00am)

14 Jun

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A Fragile Life :  (-By Rozanne Visagie -Sunday 14 June 2015 -5:00 am -)

A fragile thread

A silver chord

You breathed Your   breath in me

And in the mirror staring back

It’s my own face that I see

But, when the earthly chord is cut

And my final race is run

That’s when I’ll see You    face to face

The Father’s only Son…

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Here are the codes to download our music on your cellphone.. :)

7 Apr

You can download my music as well as my daughter, Shanna’s music, on your cell phones for R7.50 per track, via “Content Connect Africa”

Just sms the words, that I’ll indicate next to the different track’s names to, 1178 to download the full track..

(I also have the MTN codes but for MTN it is R10 per download )

I can  however forward you the details of the MTN codes, on request)
Some of my songs:

 

For: “Wie is jy nou? “; sms the word; “wie” to 1178                        (New love song that I recorded in December 2012)

For: “Alle volke klap julle hande”; sms the word “volke” to 1178  (Cheerful  and well known hymn of praise)
For: “Kan ‘n man dan nie?”; sms the word “man” to 1178           ( Happy Fishing song sung with a Cape Malay choir)
For:”I’ll still be free”; sms the word “free” to 1178                     (Song written for Zimbabwe and Southern Africa sung as a duet, with a guest artist from Zimbabwe, Hilton Marowa, in English and Shona)
For:”Heer U ken my;” sms the word “Heer” to 1178                   (A quiet prayer written when times were a bit tough)
For:”Broken fence;” sms the word “fence” to 1178                     ( A journey of grace)
For:”I’ll be your voice;” sms the word “voice” to 1178                (A duet with Shanna and with a Xhosa male choir, in aid of rhino conservation)
Shanna’s songs: (Written and recorded by her when she was 14..She is now 16)
For:”Lover in disguise;” sms word “lover ” to 1178          (A fun filled love song)       
For:”Microscopic;” sms the word “microscopic” to 1178    (A song about teenage dreams and questions)
For:”I’ll shine;” sms the word “shine” to 1178                   (A song written in a difficult and lonely time of her life)

 

To the friend who is slipping away…

16 Mar

To the friend who is slipping away   : Rozanne (March 2015)

Our friendship hasn’t died

It is just fading away

What happened?

Was it life or was it you?

I’ve tried to keep the memories alive

But, you’ve moved on and other things occupy your heart and mind

My friend it’s hard to see you slipping away

But, I’ll survive

There are new friends who fill my life and days

I just sometimes wonder

How you could forget

The special things we shared and said

Maybe friendship and loyalty meant more to me..

I wonder if you’ll one day look back

And ponder..

If   you’ll ever see

That the things you think you now enjoy has very little value

And you’re chasing some elusive thing

Only true love and friendship is everlasting

Only these can give you wings..

Please support us by downloading our music on your cellphone!

20 Feb

Hi to all my friends with Vodacom!

 

Although we still sell c.d.’s at our shows, you probably know c.d’s are becoming almost a thing of the past, so artists have to find new ways to market their music.

We have also released our music on Itunes ,but I thought I would let you know about this easy way to download some of our music.

I would appreciate it if you would share the info with anyone who might be interested to have our music on their phones..

 

You can now download my music as well as my daughter, Shanna’s music, on your cell phones for R7.50 per track, via “Content Connect Africa”

Just sms the words, that I’ll indicate next to the different track’s names to, 1178 to download the full track..

(I also have the MTN codes but for MTN it is R10 per download )

I can  however forward you the details of the MTN codes, on request)
Some of my songs:

 

For: “Wie is jy nou? “; sms the word; “wie” to 1178                        (New love song that I recorded in December 2012)

For: “Alle volke klap julle hande”; sms the word “volke” to 1178  (Cheerful  and well known hymn of praise)
For: “Kan ‘n man dan nie?”; sms the word “man” to 1178           ( Happy Fishing song sung with a Cape Malay choir)
For:”I’ll still be free”; sms the word “free” to 1178                     (Song written for Zimbabwe and Southern Africa sung as a duet, with a guest artist from Zimbabwe, Hilton Marowa, in English and Shona)
For:”Heer U ken my;” sms the word “Heer” to 1178                   (A quiet prayer written when times were a bit tough)
For:”Broken fence;” sms the word “fence” to 1178                     ( A journey of grace)
For:”I’ll be your voice;” sms the word “voice” to 1178                (A duet with Shanna and with a Xhosa male choir, in aid of rhino conservation)
Shanna’s songs: (Written and recorded by her when she was 14..She will now be 18 in March 2015)
For:”Lover in disguise;” sms word “lover ” to 1178          (A fun filled love song)       
For:”Microscopic;” sms the word “microscopic” to 1178    (A song about teenage dreams and questions)
For:”I’ll shine;” sms the word “shine” to 1178                   (A song written in a difficult and lonely time of her life)

 

Thanks

Blessings J

Rozanne  and Shanna Visagie

Please read and share my testimony!(Just scroll past CD and book info to the testimony on my website)

20 Feb

http://www.iwillbeyourvoice.co.za/about_us.htm#rozanne_visagie

May my testimony of God’s grace, serve as an encouragement and help to strengthen your faith in an awesome God!

His Fight

6 Feb

His Fight

My Daughter/Son,

The battle is never easy; however, the victory is everlasting if it is fought for My Glory in My strength. Don’t give up your faith when you’re worn out from the struggles of life. I have an endless supply of grace to get you through the pain, persecution, and problems this life brings. You will lose only if you forget what you’re fighting for. Yes, you will have many days when the blows of the enemy will leave you feeling as if you have been knocked out. However, victory is not measured by how you feel or what you win or lose; it is measured by your witness in the midst of warfare that wins souls for My Kingdom. Your strength will be renewed when you focus on fighting for what is right in my sight. Now is not the time to give in or give up; rather, it is time to get on your knees and let Me reveal to you what is worth fighting for!

Love,
Your Faithful Father who fights for you

For the LORD your God is going with you! He will fight for you against your enemies, and he will give you victory! – Deuteronomy 20:4

What is this?

30 Jan

What Is This?

January 29, 2015

When the Israelites saw it, they said to each other, “What is it?” For they did not know what it was.
Moses said to them, “It is the bread the LORD has given you to eat.”
— Exodus 16:15

The Torah portion for this week is Beshalach, which means “when he sent them away,” from Exodus 13:17–17:16, and the Haftorah is from Judges 4:4–5:31.

This week we read about manna, the miraculous food that fell from heaven each morning in the desert, providing the children of Israel with their daily needs. Do you know how manna got its name? On the very first morning that the manna appeared, the Israelites were puzzled: “. . . they said to each other, ‘What is it?’” In the original Hebrew, they said, “man hu?” which means “what is it?” Moses explained that this was the special bread sent to them from God. Since it never existed before, it needed a name. They decided on hu man, meaning “it is manna.”

According to Jewish tradition, man, manna in English, could taste like whatever the Israelites wanted it to taste like. If they wanted it to taste like steak, they tasted steak. If they wanted apples, they tasted apples. It always looked the same, but the taste could be anything.

Based on this idea, the Jewish sages offer the following teaching. God sends us things from heaven every single day. They come in the form of events that happen, people we meet, the weather, and so forth. Everything comes from God. We can ask like the Israelites, “What is it?” Is it good or is it bad? Will it help me or will it hurt me? The answer is, “Whatever you decide.” Just as the Israelites could decide what the manna would taste like, so, too, do we get to decide how we will experience what occurs to us in life.

What a powerful lesson! It’s not what happens to us in life; it’s how we decide to interpret what happens to us. If we are determined that all is for the best, then all will be for the best. If we make up our mind that our life is terrible, then we will experience a life that is terrible. It’s up to us to decide.

The sages explain with an analogy. There was once a merchant with a sack of odd-looking rocks. He decided that they weren’t worth much and was about to dump them out when someone offered to buy them. He sold them for next to nothing. The next day, he saw the man who bought the rocks selling a magnificent necklace made up of those very same odd rocks, only now they seemed rare and exquisite! Now he saw how amazing those rocks really were.

It’s all in how we decide to see things in our lives. I want to encourage us all to see everything as good. Whatever God sends our way is a blessing, even if in disguise. The next time something comes out of left field and you are left asking, “What is this?” make sure to answer: “It is good”