What do Stephen Curry and King David have in common? Both took down giants from long range. Both changed the game with skill sets practiced in secret that the world didn’t recognize until it mattered. Both acknowledged where this strength came from. … More Stephen Curry: I can do all things through Christ that strengthens me (Phil 4:13)
Free. Beautiful Healer. Beautiful Grace.
One of the most amazing songs that has resonated with me. … More Free. Beautiful Healer. Beautiful Grace.
“Be not the slave of your own past – plunge into the sublime seas, dive deep, and swim far, so you shall come back with new self-respect, with new power, and with an advanced experience that shall explain and overlook the old.” Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Jesus is your Map Hacker and Game Changer. He will customize that sublime sea to get you where you need to be. He will satisfy your free-will and His sovereignty in perfect balance to get you there. Therefore you won’t lose yourself in the process but be fully you as He is fully God. … More Work around your Abyss with Jesus (Part 2)
“There is a deep hole in your being, like an abyss. You will never succeed in filling that hole, because your needs are inexhaustible. You have to work around it so that gradually the abyss closes. Since the hole is so enormous and your anguish so deep, you will always be tempted to flee from it. There are two extremes to avoid: being completely absorbed in your pain and being distracted by so many things that you stay far away from the wound you want to heal.”
… More Work around your Abyss with Jesus (Part 1)
What do you do when dark storms in the vast oceans are surrounding your life?
The first thing you must do, is keep your focus on Jesus, and then see Him in His goodness.
Where is Jesus? He is asleep in the stern of your ship.
What do you see when you see Him?
Is Jesus sleeping because He doesn’t care about you?
Or is He sleeping because He knows that as long as He is on your ship, God will never let the ship sink? … More What do you do when surrounded by Dark Storms?
It’s been almost 5 years since I visited old friends at Tuesday Group. Many of them are unaware of the journey I have been on in the last couple years, but I felt in the spirit that I really wanted to see some of the old friends again just to tell them “I love you” … More The crownless again shall be King
“I’m a mess. I’m nothing and have nothing; make something of me! You can do it; you’ve got what it takes God.” (Psalm 40:17, MSG) Many people relate trusting Christ with their lives with it getting narrower, arduous or intellectually stifling. My experience is totally different. My life was enlarged, then shrunk to almost nothingness, … More Something out of Nothing
The Woman Today I crossed path with an old woman at the traffic junction of Raffles City and SMU. She had short chin-length straight hair and was skinny. Her clothes old and faded. Though she looked generally clean, her nails were unkept and her teeth were discolored and a little crooked. She looked wasted. She … More Surrender and Serendipity outside Raffles City.
Being poor and rich, comfortable or suffering has no meaning on it’s own. Darkness and light within one’s journey has superficial meaning on it’s own. But in the hands of a master artist, dark and light patches in our lives can be made into a beautiful painting, filled with great meaning. And the whole is … More Unpacking “Redemption”
Just read another pop article that stated that you know you love someone if you want and need the other person. Post modern attempts to validate their own selfishness isn’t fooling anyone, and i find it very limp. True love isn’t about what you want or need. True love is a commitment to give what … More Love is not what you need and what you want