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John McFarland Column: Having seen off the Aussies, time for SA franchises to take on the Kiwis

John McFarland Column – SuperRugby format definitely needs to change

John McFarland Column – The intent is obviously there

John McFarland Column – What the Boks need is money & leadership

John McFarland Column: Boks are in a dark space & I know how that feels

The John McFarland Column: Disappointing Springboks certainly need a win

Former Bok defence coach John McFarland on the BaaBaas game & England coming up

John McFarland on Springboks v Barbarians & the European Tests

The John McFarland Column – the Rugby Coaching Indaba

John McFarland Column – All Blacks win not a foregone conclusion

Former defence coach John McFarland’s six solutions for the Springboks

Former Springbok defence coach John McFarland on the Brisbane disappointment

Former Bok defence coach John McFarland on why the bench will be crucial in Brisbane

Former Bok defence coach John McFarland on Springboks v Argentina

Former Bok defence coach John McFarland previews the Springboks v Argentina Test

Former Springbok defence coach John McFarland’s post-mortem of the SuperRugby final & looking ahead to the Rugby Championship

Former Springboks defence coach John McFarland on what the Lions must do to win the SuperRugby final

Former Springbok defence coach John McFarland on what will be key for the Lions in their semifinal

Former Springboks defence coach John McFarland looks at this weekend’s SuperRugby quarterfinals

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    1 Corinthians 3:3 - "For while there is jealousy and strife among you, are you not of the flesh and behaving only in a human way?"

    One of my favourite U2 songs is a collaboration with Johnny Cash called The Wanderer, and it features the line "they say they want the kingdom, but they don't want God in it".
    Many people say they believe in God, but they don't experience his loving presence. They may be active in Christian work, but only if they have their way. If they cannot be leaders, they refuse to be involved.
    Because they refuse to allow God to fill their lives with his love, they remain weak and powerless.
    Spiritual maturity means developing a greater love for others.

    "When the love of Christ saturates you, immature attitudes such as pettiness, jealousy and strife are dissolved.
    "It is only when you have an intimate relationship with the Lord that you receive sufficient grace to rise above this immaturity and enjoy the solid food that the Holy Spirit gives you." - Solly Ozrovech, A Shelter From The Storm



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