Ha bafenyi Bona Like hase letho

Ke eng seo bafenyi shebahala joaloka? Na ba se selelele kapa khutšoanyane? Black kapa o mosoeu? Matla kapa u fokola ka? Ke nahana e itšetlehile ka seo re se bolela'ng ka “mohlodi.”

Ke ile ka antseng ho kena pale ea mohlodi kgwedi e le nngwe sena se fetileng e le bala telele, empa komipesaka a biography oa Michael Jordane. Akhaonte qaqileng nkhopotsa hore na ke hobane'ng lemalla ntho e itseng batho ba bangata ba le eena meeli mabapi le ho rapela mohale. lintho tse ngata tseo ka thoe'ng ka “airness hae” empa ha ho motho ea neng ba bolela o se sa mohloli. Na o ne a shebahala joaloka mohloli pele o ile a ao mehele tsohle mampoli, Leha ho le joalo?

Ha u ntse u bala buka ea, ho ne ho bonahala e hlakileng ho tloha bongoaneng ba hae hore o ne e tla ba 'mampoli oa. Ebang e ne e bapala tsa hae tse ikhethang e le pitcher bue hakaalo khema kapa e le boraro a wa yunibesiti 'basketball sebapala; keketseho e bileng teng sekolong se phahameng hae ka sekhahla kapa papali ea hae ho hapa thunngoa nakong ka tlhokomelo ea selemo sa hae sa le UNC.

Nakong eo ke ile ka likhaolo mabapi litlholisanong hae e le Chicago Bull, ho ne ho se taba e makatsang. mongoli ile a pheta pale ea hae ka tsela e hlakisitse: Jordan hlahetse ho ba mohloli. Le hore 's seo re se tsebang eena bakeng sa: hapa tse tšeletseng mehele mampoli, MVPs tse hlano, le 14 ponahalo All Star (se ke a letho puso ea hae se nang mohanyetsi papaling eo baatlelete seeta).

Ea mofuta ona e se nang mohanyetsi puso e hore hangata sea tluoa tabeng ea ho hopotsa la pele ha re nahana “mohlodi.” Empa ke batla hore re tlohe kamore mofuta o mong oa mohloli. Mofuta wa mohlodi ea se nang tsa makings tsohle tsa 'mampoli eo e neng e. Mofuta wa mohlodi bao mefokolo ke hlokomeleha ho feta makhabane a hae. Mofuta wa mohlodi ea batlang ho feta motho oa bohlokoa e ka linako tse ling.

hapa, empa Hlōle

Ke tla tšepahala le uena. Lilemong tse peli tse ho qetela 'nile tsela e makatsang ka litsela tse ngata, empa ba 'nile boetse ho bile le le ntle thata. Ke 'nile ka thabela lenyalo le matla' me e le qalo ea bophelo ba ba babeli e nyenyane. Ke 'nile ka thabela ho minsitry oa boruti kerekeng ea phetseng hantle. Empa ke boetse otloa le bofokoli. Ho thata bakeng sa karolo ea lelapa ho bolella ka linako tse ling hobane ke bonahala etsa lintho tse ngata tse molemo. Empa haeba feela u ka bonang e nyenyane haufi ho.

Ke na le mokhathala o sa feleng syndrome,. kea tseba, Ke ne ke utloa ka eona pele mohlomong. Mohlomong seo ke hobane'ng ha e nkotla e ile eka ke sucker litebele feta bout hlophisitsoe joang. Tšimolohong ho hlile handicapped me- ke ne ke falimehile lihora tse tšeletseng ka letsatsi, le khathetse bakeng sa tse ling tse leshome le metso e robeli. Ka lebaka la ho selemong se latelang se ne ntlafatsa, empa e ntse ntlohetse khetla ea seo Ke ne ke. Ke 'nile ka ba ne ba lula a ho qetela lilemo tse supileng e nang le mokhathala o sa feleng neverending. Ke ka botšepehi ka ua hopola lekhetlo la ho qetela ke ne ke ikutloa rested- joaloka betri oa ka o ile a hlokahala, empa ha ho mohla recharged.

Energy e tšoana mafura ao matla mong le e mong sebakeng sa bophelo ba rōna. Re hloka bakeng sa mong le e mong mosebetsi o, mong le e mong moqoqo, mong le e mong ho nahana ka ho. 'Me ha ba hore mafura e tlaase, lintho tsohle li tsamaea le bothata. Ka lebaka le itseng, 'mele oa ka o tla ke se ke ka refuel. Ho e-na tanka ea ka lingers tokelo ka holimo “e,” 'me ke leka ho etsa lintho ka hloko. Ho ntlohetse hlotsa ka leng ka hloko sebakeng sa bophelo ba ka.

Kea u bolella sena sohle, eseng bakeng sa kutloelo-bohloko ea hao, empa ho qholotsa tsela eo u nahanang. Ba bang ba ka 'na sheba deadlines hloloheloa, the discouraging days, the occasional tension in my marriage, 'me u nahane, “monna, Guy sena se lahleheloa ke hona joale.” E bonnete ba ikutloa tšoana le ho lahleheloa ha ke lokela ho fetola merero ea bophelo ba ka boela kapa bolella mora oa ka, “Ntate oa khathala haholo hore nka phetha hona joale.” Ke tla be ke bua leshano haeba ke o ile a re ho ne ho se nyahamisa le ho leka. Leha ho le joalo, Ke sa ntse ke bolela tlhōlo ea ka e monate.

No, Ha ke sa le matla a phahametseng mofuta ofe e matla ea mohlodi; Ke ha e le hantle le ntle fokolang. Ke mofuta ofe tse sa tšoaneng tsa mohloli. 'Me ke belaella tse ngata tsa u haholo.

A Mofuta Fapaneng oa Winner

Ke na le tlhōlo, empa eseng hobane matla a ka a secured e. tlhōlo ea ka etsahala ho sa tsotellehe mefokolo ea ba ka, esita libe tsa ka. Ha ke sa hlōtseng ea hlōtseng lira le secured ea win; Ke hlile ke sa tsoa ile a fumana e. Ke na le tlhōlo ho Jesu.

Paul o beha taba e kang ena Baroma:

Joalokaha ho ngoliloe, "Ka lebaka la ea hao re ntse bolaea letsatsi lohle; re nkoa e le linku tse e lokela ho hlajoa. "Ha ho, linthong tsena tsohle re li feta bahlōli ka eena ba neng ba re rata” (Baroma 8:36-37).

Paul qotsa Pesaleme ea 44, moo mopesaleme oa hoeletsa thuso ea Molimo ka har'a tekong. 'Me Pauluse o sebelisa temana eo ho etsa taba ea hae hore ha ho letho ka etsolla seo Molimo a re etselitseng sona ka Kreste.

Ngoe ea lintho tse ngata ka ho fetisisa otlang ke hore ka mor'a ho bua lintho tšabehang: ho bolaoa, ba hlajoa, Pauluse o re esita le lintho tseo re bahlōli. Esita le ha re lahleheloa ke, re ntse u ho hapa. Esita le ha re ntse u ntse a hapa ke lefatše lena oele, re lula re bahlōli ka Jesu. Seo se senyenyane sa lintoa tsa letsatsi le letsatsi le se ke la beha qetello ea rona, hobane ntoa e se e hapile. Na oo hase u tlisetsa tšepo hlollang? Haeba re u le ho Kreste, ka sebele re ke keng lahleheloa.

Mohlomong, joalo ka 'na, u ka nako ea thata. Ke batla ho u khothalletsa hore u le litsela tse seng kae ke nahana ka 'nete ena.

1. U se ke ua Feela Sheba O

Ha ke qeta letsatsi la ka ho lebisa tlhokomelo bofokoli ba ka le honotha ka pelong ea ka, Ke feela fepa nyahama ka 'me le ngangisane ka kutloisiso ea ka ea bohata ea ho felloa ke tšepo. Ha ke gawp nakong 'na ke nahana hore ke lahlehetsoe, empa ha ke gawp nakong Jesu ke hopotsoa hore ke hlōle. Ha a ne a hlōla lira tsa hae, o ne a hlōtse bona ka molemong oa rōna.

2. U se ke ua Feela Sheba Joale

Haeba ke feela ho ameha ka kajeno kapa lilemo tsena esale seng kae tse fetileng, Ke lekeha ho nahana hore sena Ke kamoo ho tla lula ho e. Empa Jesu ha rekoa lintho ke sa kholoe ho 'na sefapanong hore ha kea expereienced leha ho le joalo. Ke tseba Molimo bo sa phethahala hona joale, empa ke ho mo tseba ka ho phethahetseng hamorao. O tla esita mphe cha mele o mocha 'me hlakola meokho eohle ea ka.

Re ka boela ra ba tekong ea ho tsepamisa maikutlo bao ho bonahalang eka ho hapa hona joale. Ba sa na le liteko tseo ke tobanang tšoanang le litšitiso hore kamehla ho bonahala lefu re. Empa sehlopha se li hapa ka etsang kotara ea boraro ke hase kamehla thimi ea ileng hapa qetellong. Batho ba bangata ba bonahala ba hapa ea lintoa tsa letsatsi le letsatsi, empa ha baa ka ba tšepa Ea li hlōla ntoa. U se ke ua feela sheba hona joale.

Tlhōlo Sweet

Michael Jordane ntse e mong oa kholo ka ho fetisisa le e ratoang haholo bafenyi re kileng bone. Empa ho na le hlolang khōloanyane ho ne. Le ea mong ho rōna ea e se hlokahalang hore ba hlōle ka lebaka la ntoa itsebang kateng; feela Kreste ka etsa seo. O ile a hlōla lira tsohle tsa rona bakeng sa rōna: ntle, Satane, le lefu ka bolona. All ho nka hore ba ikopanye le sehlopha sea le ho rua molemo hlolang hae e retelehela sebeng le ho tšepa Mopholosi. Mang kapa mang ea, esita le fokolang baa har'a rōna e ka ba bafenyi.

Ena ke 'nete e neng e le pelo ea ka ha ke o ile a ngola mantsoe ana a “Tlhōlo Sweet”:

The hlōtseng se ea hore lintho li hapa bosupa inning
Dikgele sa ee ho ba hore a le qalo e ntle
Ha ke re ke hlōla ha ke bolele letsatsing lena ke a
Ke bolela letsatsing leo ha fihla maholimong o moputsoa fela tsoa, ka nako eo ke ntseng ke ho hapa 'sesosa ke busa le eena

Etsa bonnete ba hore ho palamisa kopi ea “tsoha” ha ho tluoa tabeng ea ho tsoa 10.27.14!

o bolella

36 litlhaloso

  1. LiamReply

    Trip I’ve been playing sweet victory non-stop the past couple days, God’s working in your life and is going to be working through your album. Praying for you

  2. Victoria JonesReply

    This is such an inspiring word. Your song articulates the intricate relationship between glory moments, and uncontrollable pitfalls. kea leboha. I now know that everything, good and bad, comes down from the Father of Lights.

  3. SteveLReply

    Trip, this song has been a huge blessing into my life already! My dad and sister have some health issues that they have been dealing with for several years and your description for why and how you wrote this song is beautiful and comforting. Thank you for being true to your faith and to the gospel.

  4. LydiaReply

    This was so encouraging to me. My energy has been at the same level as yours for the past two yearsI was finally diagnosed with chronic Lyme disease a couple months ago and my fatigue is finally getting lighter! I hope you can eventually find something that helps you! You’re doing so so so much more than people realize. Props to you! You’re an inspiration to me :)

  5. DeniseReply

    God bless you Mr. Barefield. I’ve been utterly blessed watching your sermons, listening to your music, reading your articles and posts. I pray supernaturally healing in the mighty name of Jesus over your body. I pray for continued strength and endurance to touch you so you can do the Lords work without growing tired but rather to be renewed each and every day. I pray blessings over you, Jennifer and your two little ones. I thank you Lord for Williams obedience to Your calling in his life as a pastor, husband, father and artist. Let your light continue to shine thru his life. Thank you Father, in Jesus’s name, Amen.

  6. duran LoweryReply

    I’m a true believer. In today’s society it’s very easy to get side tracked worried about how other people live their lives. Can’t wait for RISE to come out. Trip u really do inspire me to be the best man an father to wife an kids.

  7. PatrickReply

    Trip, thanks for sharing your heart man. The fact you are suffering and are still able to produce such quality work is inspiring. God has really used your music to speak to my life. And I’m so grateful there are guys like you in the music (specifically hip-hop) industry who aren’t afraid of absolute truth. I hope Rise isn’t your last album, but if it is, I’m so thankful for all that you’ve taught me in your past 4 albums.

  8. CharlanaReply

    Hey Trip,

    I truly enjoy your song “Tlhōlo Sweet”, it stays on repeat & I look forward to hearing the rest of the CD. Molimo a o hlohonolofatse & lelapa la hao & continued success to you!

  9. ChesterReply

    I recently saw your performance while you were here in Denver October 9th. I had no idea about your health maladies until then. I was deeply touched when you performed your songSweet Victory.I too have been battling various physical ailments nearing a time of four years. Kahoo, your song resonanted with me, bringing me to the brink of tears. Having just read your piece on your illness, I have found that you have been suffering from the same thing I have been for some time: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. It was through my physical struggles that compelled me to reliquish my pride and life of indulgence and brought me back to a renewed commitment to Christ; ultimately, I am grateful that this has happened to me. I have only met one other person who has an accurate idea of the challenges that this syndrome brings. I have been showered with the outpouring of God’s grace, prayers from others, and the unyielding commitment of my wife which helps me continue with God’s purposes as I continue my studies to go into ministry as a philosopher. We serve a God who not only intimately understands the suffering of the world, but conquered through it. Thank you for your service of God’s kingdom and disclosing details of your life.

  10. christianReply

    Trip! You have been an encouragement through your music and sermons bro! Love how God is using you! Your bangers get me goin bro ! I’ll be praying for you too! Oh and -good look on that song too!

  11. MitchReply

    Brother Trip,

    God bless you for your unwavering faith and trust that He will heal you and make you whole in true Shweet Victory!!! Grace be to God

  12. MackenderReply

    I was tremendously blessed by this article. My heart rejoices as I read and ponder my future inheritance in Christ. Thank you trip. Can’t wait to get the album. I’ve always been blessed by you man.

  13. Erica D. ClantonReply

    This was really what i needed to read and Sweet Victory really touches my heart. Thanks Trip for sharing what God gave u so we can see His vision for our lives!! Praying for u!

  14. isaiahReply

    Love your music man. It and other Christian hip hop music has and is and will continue to help God change my life. Our struggle is not forever as you well know tripp. Thanks for the reminder.

  15. GabeTavianoReply

    Thanks for being transparent, Trip. Our fam’s moving to Cambodia on January 3rd. I have a few private questions for you, hoping to ask before we leave. Could you maybe shoot me an email (to the email I used to comment here)? Looking forward to my pre-order of RISE. Really great work!!

  16. ChristyCappReply

    I am so lookingforward the album!! Thats a great song to start it off with. True talent and REAL lyrics that change life.. ain’t nothinbetter than that! CFS sucks and is devastating. I got it at 18 in college when it first came out. But you can overcome it and you will..with proper diet and excercise. So there’s hope! Prayer first, water every hour. I made water my best friend to detox, cut white flour, pasta and fast food. Most of us walkinaround dehydrated and replacing it with more food. It’s through our trials that he works in us the most. In that time of being sick (still) was when God was most able do His workBest wishes to you and your album and your fam and your church & much continued success!

  17. JesuReply

    Awesome insight, into what the world would have us see aslosingin this life. When in all reality we are all born losers, including those, that the world considerswinners”..! If, they don’t come to theknowledge” kapa “knowingof the TRUTH, which is “JESU”, they remain losers..! Even if, to the world, they appear to be winners..! Thanks for sharing yourweakness”, when in REALITY, you have been made STRONGE..!! Praise be to The Lord, that He would make known to us through our weakness that we are TRULY STONGE because of Knowing Him…!! Keep pressing forward my friend and brother even if The Lord grants you only His grace in the mist of your struggles..!! Praying for You..!

  18. AshleyReply

    I had no idea you were facing this battle. I read your book, “the good lifea while back but don’t remember seeing that. I was so blessed by your article today, you’re in my prayers brother. My cousin suffers from chronic fatigue syndrome and it’s very difficult for her to enjoy things she used to. Kea le leboha ka ho kopanela, my heart goes out to you and your wife today. Fight the good fight. You’re a True Champion. Jesus’s love conquers all. P.s. dope song too!

  19. RachelReply

    I am so thankful for Sweet Victory. I listened on YouTube and it gave me my spark back. I have been struggling with discouragement. I think I lost my hope here for a few weeks. Can’t think of how else to put it. Hopelessness made me feel cut off from God and was the worst part of all. I was crying out to him, asking him to help me out of this overwhelming despondency. Your Sweet Victory lyrics spoke straight to that broken part of me and retriggered my hope. This article has also encouraged me. Molimo e molemo hakaale. I was surrounded by people who love me at church but had no idea how to ask them for help, or even how to explain what I was going thru. God decided to use you, all the way from Texas. kea leboha!

  20. Julia RubbedReply

    Trip (and Jess)–
    Thanks so much for this encouraging song. I cannot wait to get your new album. Re (my Parents) just adopted a little boy from Haiti. He has cerebral palsy. Although it has been a hard road with all his disabilities, I know that Jesus gives us victory over all things. I saw you in concert in Salt Lake City, UT a couple weeks ago, and you gave me such hope. kea leboha!
    And congratulations to you and the Mrs. on the new little one. Whether he (or her) is born or not. :) Love you guys!

  21. DinaReply

    Trip, I am about as far from your expected crowd base as one can getCaucasian Canadian mama of five who drives a mini van! But blaring from my speakers is always some rap with a steady rotation of Trip Lee! I love the song Sweet Victory and this reality that was birthed in a new way from your health struggle resonated with me. For the last 8 years I’ve struggled with a similar weakness after the premature birth of my daughter. It is a humbling road to walk and one I still learning to trust God in. Thank you for sharing your hope and providing an example of an unashamed man of God for young men to respect and emulate. Litlhohonolofatso tsa ka ho uena, bro,!

  22. DiReply

    Downloaded the album yesterday and I love it! My fav is “All Ema Up”; I have it on replay… Ha ha ha...… thanks for the wonderful album Trip. Hope to watch you in concert one day.

  23. GabkyReply

    Wow. This is my first time coming across this site and I’m loving all the posts I’ve read so far. I’ve been so blessed and encouraged.This is just what I needed at this moment to know that despite my weaknesses he still reigns in my life and I can look to him and always be uplifted.
    I had no idea you were going through this, you’re in my prayers. Thank you so much for sharing. God bless you so much.
    Just listened to Sweet Victory and I’ve been so blessed by your song! And I can’t wait to listen to the whole album. I’m sure that’s all I’ll be listening to these coming weeks. Continue the good work!

  24. LatashaReply

    This blog post was such a blessing to me. hangata, I don’t feel understood by family, metsoalle, or some church family on this walk, but this post help me put things in perspective and stop complaining about life. I realized that there is a blessing within our weaknesses. God truly shows his power/love for us, by helping us overcome our struggles, when we realize that He is the only way we can keep going. Thanks for the post and your song Sweet Victory is amazing!

    Grace le Khotso,
    Tasha F.

  25. TTuniqueReply

    My daughter dedicated this song to me. I could not stop listening and crying. I Have been battling immune system issues for 15 lilemo tse. The last 3 years were near hell. But the Lord was dealing hard with my heart during that time. I finally got it and surrendered to him. I am now getting answers left and right and coming out slowly. I’m not out all the way, but I’m not as exhausted as I was. It’s amazing!!! pina ena……this song! Tears……

  26. TimReply

    Trip,
    I always feel a sense of joy when I hear a new song from you or even see a posted sermon or read your blog. You are inspiring! I don’t directly know what CFS is like but I have seen it. A family friends mother from my church has it. There are times when we see her then there are long stretches when we don’t. But whenever I do see her she is always joyful. When I read this I thought of her because I tell her every time how much I am inspired by her that in the midst of it all she praises Jesus. She has been victorious because she refuses to think down on the situation. You two are most definitely winners! I’m glad that you are able to share your heart with us. It means so much to me.

  27. BurtonReply

    Trip,
    You don’t know how much this means to me. When it seems like the whole world is against you, you know that you’ll win in the end with flying colors! And now knowing what you’ve been going through the past seven years, you can know that you are in my prayers Bro. Thanks for opening up your heart to us.

  28. FemiReply

    Trip, you are a huge inspiration. RISE is a great album and i love it! As concerning your health, i believe its just a temporary flame of afflicton preparing you for the glory to be revealed. God is set to use you more brother. so don’t grow weary. keep believing and praying. I love you brother.

  29. NateReply

    Trip,
    Chronic Fatigue has plagued my life from when I was 13 kapa 14 years old all the way up until only a matter of weeks ago (ke 28 hona joale). Years of prayer and research finally led my family and I to the answer; Diet was the root cause. Removing all grains, dairy, nightshades, preservatives and processed foods from my life has led to a complete recovery. I have never felt better.

    I don’t know if there could be a similar dietary solution for your CFS, but I wanted to let you know anyway.

    Tsoela pele mosebetsi o molemo. I’ll be praying for you.

  30. ThomLomasReply

    Thank you for sharing these words. I wish I would’ve read this last year but I wasn’t meant to read it until now. Now that I had a little better understanding on why these things happened. ke leboha hape, molimo a u hlohonolofatse.

    -Thom L.

  31. Brandon MartinezReply

    I love you trip lee you are a big inspiring role model to my walk in faith with god. Ive learned to trust him ive learned that the scriptures when applied to my life become blessings in so many ways. You truly inspire me and I hope that one day god will give me the opportunity to meet you and lecrae you both have helped me see life instead of death. Everyday I listen to gospel hip hop and start my morning with thanking god for waking me up then I make coffee and put my bluebuds in my ears and turn on gospel hip hop and listen study even loom up words I dont know in the dictionary at words I dont quite understand so I lnow the deeper meaning because im a deep thinker. One pray and hearts desire of mine is to talk to you in some way one day even if its just a few messages on facebook or a phone call but would be awesome to sit down with you in person and discuss allot of christian beliefs and answer each others questions and concerns. ke 'na 26 years old I have a rough background and past and christ has changed me from day to day all for his glory and a greater good so I can reach out and inspire others with my testimony that shows in my actions not just in words . Im a believer. Baroma 1:16 I am unashamed of the gospel. I talk about god everday with people even my friends look up to me and have changed because of how god changed me. I really hope you see this message from me and read it through. Your story is strong and christ is in your heart always. Please if you have a moment one day text me. Call me. Write me on facebook. Email me id love to just have one conversation with you. Btw your story brought tears to my eyes. Molimo a o hlohonolofatse,your wife,and children in all your days and all you do.