Sunday, May 28, 2006



Okok, enough of drooling.

Saturday, May 27, 2006

At Some Point In Time

At some point in time, we were all ignorant of the true and living God. Coming to the same place together no less by God's sovereign control over all things.

At some point in time, we had the great priviledge of hearing God speak through His word, learning about Jesus Christ who is God himself.

At some point in time, we responded to His call at different points of time, to return to Him.

At some point in time, we grew in the knowledge of God, serving Him and others together.

At some point in time, moving on to different contexts, we kept in touch with some, and gradually out of touch with others.

At some point in time, we will stumble and fall. And we will continue to suffer living in a world tainted with man's rebellion against God.

At some point in time, we may or may not come together again for the sake of furthering the kingdom.

At some point in time, we definitely will be reunited when the Judge comes again. Glorified because of what Christ has done for us all.

From that point of time onward, there will be no more tears nor death. And the people of God will live happily ever after, together, with the King as their king.

Sunday, May 21, 2006

Small Surprise

A small gift from someone... ;)

Saturday, May 20, 2006

INDEPTH - Decoding DaVinci - Dominic Steele

Found this link to the sermon described as:
Dominic Steele from Christians in the Media helps his listeners think through the issues raised by the book behind the block-buster film, The Da Vinci Code.
Another possible resource to look into (for those looking for answers, but don't know where to start thinking) is this book.

Thursday, May 18, 2006

Faith and fatalism

Read this from Guidance and the Voice of God, just to share with you all:

(From chapter 5's summary, pg 48)
In the Bible, 'faith' is not fatalistic. It is not sitting back and letting God do it all. Faith is an active relationship of trust and dependence and it is expressed in thousands of ways. If we trust God's power and love towards us, then we will pray to him for our needs and thank him for all that he gives to us. We will listen to what he says and obey it. We will confidently follow his directions, knowing that they lead heavenward.

What hit me was that although not all of us hold that kind of understanding of 'let go and let God', but many (including myself) can improve in living out the implications of what we say: 'I trust God'.

Hope (and pray) to change in this area... =)

Saturday, May 13, 2006

Succesfully failing

The one thing that I never fail to do, is failing to do what's right.

True, I may do the right thing from time to time (and even that isn't the product of my own efforts), but in the end, perfection's not on this side of the resurrection, and much less to be found in my life.

To all whom I've not wanted the best for when doing things, I'm really really sorry. I certainly need God to continue to change me, and for me to use my brains a lot more.