Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Sharing from a dear sister

Thanks for your kindness, to remind myself to read these encouraging God's word! :)

Heb 4v14, 15, 16
Heb 12v2
James 1v12
1 Peter 5v10
Isa 26v3
Num 6v24-26
Rom 5v5

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Rich in God!!!

I have met people who are poor in the sight of man but rich in the sight of God!
Thank God for the great time!

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Time to change job?? Time to drive??


Should I change job even though I love my job or
should I start driving even though I scare to drive or
should I take teksi?

Is it wrong without a car, will one die without having one?
Is it weird to scare driving even though most of everyone have a car?
Is it strange to look smart but one is not?


I love my job but I am not smart enough to get everything done as wish.
I love my job but I am having transport problem, I hope to stop giving problems to my friends.

I hate to be a burden to others, but I am a burden.

Oh God, what should I do or not do?

Monday, April 5, 2010

God of silence

A meaningful song I heard recently...

The God of silence beckons me
To journey to my heart
Where He awaits
O Lord, I hear You calling tenderly
To You I come to gaze
At the beauty of Your face I cannot see

To rest in Your embrace I cannot feel
To dwell in Your love hurting but sweet
To be with You; to glimpse eternity

God of night, fount of all my delight.
Show Your light . . . that my heart, like Yours, burn bright.

Be still the torment of the night
Will not encumber you, if you believe
My child this darkness isn't emptiness
For here I mold your heart
Unto My image painfully you long to see

The self you yearn to be, but fear to know
The world from which you flee in Me find home
All these I give you, if you remain in Me

I am ever here
My child, you need not fear
The dark will set you free
And bring your heart to Me

I am ever here
My child, you need not fear
The dark will set you free
And bring your heart to Me

The God of silence beckons me
To journey to my heart
Where He awaits me.

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Everytime this verse came to me when I ask: "Can I go?"


" Whom shall I send, and who will go for us? 
Then said I, Here am I; send me."   Isaiah 6:8

God did not address the call to Isaiah; Isaiah overheard God saying, "Who will go for us?" The call of God is not for the special few, it is for everyone. Whether or not I hear God's call depends upon the state of my ears; and what I hear depends upon my disposition. "Many are called but few are chosen," that is, few prove themselves the chosen ones. The chosen ones are those who have come into a relationship with God through Jesus Christ whereby their disposition has been altered and their ears unstopped, and they hear the still small voice questioning all the time, "Who will go for us?" It is not a question of God singling out a man and saying, "Now, you go." God did not lay a strong compulsion on Isaiah; Isaiah was in the presence of God and he overheard the call, and realized that there was nothing else for him but to say, in conscious freedom, "Here am I, send me." Get out of your mind the idea of expecting God to come with compulsions and pleadings. When our Lord called His disciples there was no irresistible compulsion from outside. The quiet passionate insistence of His "Follow Me" was spoken to men with every power wide awake. If we let the Spirit of God bring us face to face with God, we too shall hear something akin to what Isaiah heard, the still small voice of God; and in perfect freedom will say, "Here am I; send me."

My heart burns when I read these from & my tears roll down my cheek for no special reason, just want to Thank God that I can GO for Him regardless of all earthly reasons that say NO, you are not worth!

Friday, November 27, 2009

Amazing Grace!

"Amazing" is the word. God is AMAZING!

I just came back from Penang CCC for Bidor 3rd time Youth Camp...

This camp is amazing because of...
- God being loving & merciful
- Fellow partners being consistent in prayers
- Campers being attentive & responsive


Monday, October 19, 2009

KEEP .... ON

Today's YF sum up:

Psalm 1

1 Blessed is the man
       who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked
       or stand in the way of sinners
       or sit in the seat of mockers. 
 2 But his delight is in the law of the LORD,
       and on his law he meditates day and night.

3 He is like a tree planted by streams of water,
       which yields its fruit in season
       and whose leaf does not wither.
       Whatever he does prospers.
 4 Not so the wicked!
       They are like chaff
       that the wind blows away.

 5 Therefore the wicked will not stand in the judgment,
       nor sinners in the assembly of the righteous.

 6 For the LORD watches over the way of the righteous,
       but the way of the wicked will perish.

 I think Ian did a good job in summing up today!
clap.. clap.. clap..

If you forget everything else he said but remember 1 thing that will be good enough...

Who has never been once go/gone/went through a period of time when our Quiet Time spend/spent with our God become/becoming/became dry?
become/becoming/became  meaningless?
become/becoming/became bored?
become/becoming/became less consistent?

I am pretty sure except for Jesus who is perfect or maybe few more warriors of Faith in God can say I never experienced what being mentioned above before... the rest of the people sure once or twice or 3rd time or 100 times do/did feel that way before... unfortunately...

but ONE point from Ian today... Is what I'd been holding strong to... therefore I strong agreed with him that... we should never... I meant NEVER STOP STRUGGLING...

to stop struggling are much dangerous than keep struggling on...

(watch Meet the Robinson English cartoon)

(In the bible, God never say to anyone maybe except Satan (I'm not sure), to give up, to let go of God)

so don't give up, keep trying, keep asking,  keep it up until we developed the habit of delighting in His words day & night...

thank You Lord!