The Great Betrayal

“For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me, I was naked and you clothed me, I was sick and you visited me, I was in prison and you came to me.” Matthew 25:35-45

Our Stone Hill medical clinic saves lives – not just physically, but praise the Lord that He saves to the uttermost. The ministry is growing in leaps and bounds; because of this we urgently need to raise funds to add a 6 meter container for space in order to store medical supplies and have more room for stitching and wound care etc.

This is why we are auctioning off this rare African political history book, signed by the author:








Through this auction we hope to let more people know about our medical clinics (in Stone Hill, South Africa and Lusaka, Zambia) and we need the funds from the auction to help fund our ministry to the sick and suffering.

Here is just one of multiple testimonies by Dr Bradley, who gives freely of his time to the Lord’s work in Stone Hill:

“I had already locked up the clinic and was just saying goodbye to some of the children who were eating the sandwiches we distribute every Thursday. I had had a long day. A man came up to me and said that his child has a headache.

“I told him that the clinic was closed – I was really tired. But as I stood there I remembered the words of Rev Ron Kronz who had preached the Sunday before.

“He had preached on 2 Kings 4 where the widow came to Elisha and asked for help because her dead husband’s creditors were coming to visit. Instead of asking what she needed, Elisha asked what she had; and then used that to solve her dilemma.

“Ron encouraged us to use what God has given us to fill the jars of others (as the story goes).

“As I walked away from this man I recalled the conviction I had …. that even though sometimes I didn’t feel like seeing patients, it was a skill that God had entrusted to me as my life unfolded. I said to myself ‘pour your oil, pour your oil’.

“I called the man back and told him to bring his son. His wife entered our small clinic with her son wrapped in a blanket on her back. Expecting a baby, I was surprised when I saw it was an 11 year old strapped like a baby to her back. He couldn’t walk. His head was pulled backwards.

“I lay him on the bed and knew immediately that this boy had meningitis. My cursory tests confirmed it.

“I loaded the family into my car and took them through to a hospital about 30km away.

“He is still in the hospital but praise the Lord he has come through without permanent brain damage!”

Will you please help us, and those we serve, by passing on this auction information to friends who might be interested in historical books peculiar to Southern Africa?

Please also bid! Here is the link again:

Thank you
Charl van Wyk

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