The original design of our being is treasure our Maker. We were made to love Him. To worship Him. To cherish Him.To savor Him. To have our lives revolve around Him. To treasure Him above all things. Him alone and nothing else. This desire is hidden and found as we mature in faith.
“But even if you should suffer for the sake of righteousness, you are blessed and do not fear their intimidation, and do not be troubled” (1 Peter 3:14) We are taught in school about principles, laws, and even theories in order for us to gain an understanding about many…
Whenever I read this verse, I always imagine myself trying a new flavor of ice cream. The moment of that first bite and then sweetness and creaminess comes right after. A burst of wonderful flavors in every spoonful, I could taste chocolate chips, almonds, cookie dough. Oh yes! What a pleasure to my palette! Then a signal to my brain will be sent saying "This is really good! I will definitely buy again!" This scenario is the simplest way I could express how this verse means, well, generally speaking.
"I believe, whatever desires we may have in our hearts as Christians, the Holy Spirit has a big role to that. He will implant desires in our hearts--for His kingdom and purpose, but it is to Us, who will discern it and put it into Action."
Genesis 28:10-19 Jehovah Shammah is a good name to remember to be assured always of the presence of God. No matter what the circumstances, His Spirit is always with us. It is especially useful to remember for those times when we feel that we are far from Him, or far from His goodness. What are…
Again and again He will let me witness a miracle that will come to pass. Even though by man's eye it is impossible for my son to get an extension. His hand will always lead us and an extension will be granted for him.
You know how to remember the promises You've made to Your people. Your concern covers all what it takes for You-- Your Son, Jesus Christ bears the consequences of our sins just to complete the promise You've made to us!
He died and rose again; now, it's Complete!
“Pumayat ka!” (You've lost weight.) This is one of greatest compliment I have received last month. Two months ago, I’ve decided to try shedding some pounds off since my weight gain from 52kg to 56 kg. I made a goal to reach the weight I had when I came to SG which was 50kg. I set goals, prayed for it and disciplined myself to eat a healthy diet in the way I possibly can. One morning as I pondered on my weight loss goal, I started thinking, “How you're managing your weight now is actually similar to how you manage your relationship with God.”