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I've just lost 2 very interested buyers today, the one decided not to buy anymore and the other one decided to buy elsewhere. This is very bad news for me, i'm feeling so down and so mad about this situation and i know there are so many more of us in the same boat. I have dropped my price over R 500 000 and still no luck.

I need to get a buyer VERY urgently, otherwise we cant go next month. Please pray for us. We really need a miracle to happen.

J&K

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I've just lost 2 very interested buyers today, the one decided not to buy anymore and the other one decided to buy elsewhere. This is very bad news for me, i'm feeling so down and so mad about this situation and i know there are so many more of us in the same boat. I have dropped my price over R 500 000 and still no luck.

I need to get a buyer VERY urgently, otherwise we cant go next month. Please pray for us. We really need a miracle to happen.

J&K

Fingers crossed for you guys - its not an easy situation.

It will happen soon - you will see

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We are in a similar postion - so I am sending you positive karma as I believe that the world DOES deliver when we need it. It WILL all work out - I sincerely believe it.....

Let us know....

Nix

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I understand how you feel - but I strongly believe it has happened this way for a reason. You just dont see it that way right now.

Hang in there, lots can happen in one month. We sold our house about 2 weeks before boarding the plane. And took a drop of R400 000.

Stay positive.

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J&K, we are in the exact same position as you guys, we fly two weeks today, house not sold, had one guy who was going to make an offer, never happened. A couple who want to buy our house, have deposit and are bond approved but don't have the transfer duties. Will be hearing from the agent hopefully today about them because we've offered to lend them the 90 thousand they need. Will pray that God's plan unfolds and that you can cope with the stress. We are going to leave our house empty for one month to try and sell after we go, then get a tenant from 1 March if it doesn't work. Things do work out the way they are meant to. All the best!

Eva

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Hi

We are in the same boat - Just dont lose faith - If there's anything i've learnt is that it's not in our time but God's and he has never failed me.

All things will work out.

Lord, Bless Karen and Johan as well as all those waiting to sell their houses - We believe that you have taken us this far and will continue to provide for us the rest of the way. We believe that you have a perfect buyer for each of our houses and that our homes will be a blessing to those who buy it. Please provide us with the faith we require to know that you are in CONTROL.

Stay strong and let us know when it sells.

Brenda & Nick

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This is an e-mail I received, thought I'd share it......

"WHENEVER YOU FIND yourself going through times of testing, there is always a

reason...a very good reason... In fact, there are several reasons. Testing

times are to:

UNCOVER something: When God allows pressures and trials, it is so that you

might uncover something in your life He wants to deal with. Hardships

reveal areas of weakness and vulnerability. God wants to strengthen us in

those very areas, and better equip us not only to stand strong in the

storms ourselves, but also to be a shelter for others.

RECOVER something: God allows us to be tested so that we might recover

something we've lost over the months and years. Perhaps it is our delight

in the Word of God, a habit of daily prayer, or the delight of regular

fellowship with those of like-precious faith. Trials may force us back

to that "first love" walk with the Lord that has slipped away from us.

DISCOVER something: Even though it's a test you may not like or enjoy, you

discover that He's your God, you're His child, and that He loves you.

He'll care for you and see you through.

I hear people talk about this trial and that trial, this test and that test.

People will say, "Pray for me, I'm going through a trial in my marriage (or

in my job or in my finances or in my relationships at home)." But in reality,

those aren't the things being tested at all. What's being tested is our

faith, whether we will really trust Him to work in and through our circumstances.

That's what's really at stake. When the heat's on...when the shadows fall...

when disappointment rips through my heart...am I going to trust Him? Am I

going to wait on Him, worship Him, and give my anxieties to Him? Or am I

going to turn away from Him in my doubt and discouragement?"

Ron Mehl

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