Monthly Archives: May 2013


Broken Father-son relationship, broken marriage, broken friendship… Life’s only once. You might be ready to stand against all odds to pursue your dream. But when you lost your own family due to the pressures and circumstances that were beyond your … Continue reading

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Your Inquisitiveness

Some say, “Curiosity kills a cat.” Yes, out of curiosity, Adam and Eve violated God’s moral law and introduced original sin to mankind. But what’s your take about the following? “Curiosity… (the) wonder for understanding,  (is) the hallmark of the … Continue reading

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The Strong Bridge

“A strong faith in a weak bridge will not bridge the gulf, but a weak faith in a strong bridge will get you to the other side.” – Paul Little

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Between Tulip Day and the Glorious Day

How was your May 13 Tulip Day? I had a normal day, of which humble tears and God’s grace mingle together. “Consider the flowers of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin… and yet not even Solomon in … Continue reading

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Remembering mom

Mom, dear mom… Last year, we celebrated your last Mother’s Day on earth. This year, you’re dearly remembered. I came across an eulogy regarding a godly woman in C. S. Lewis’ The Great Divorce. I couldn’t help but thought of … Continue reading

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God’s idea, God-sized dreams

Good ideas give way to God’s idea. When Joseph was imprisoned at Pharaoh’s jail, his boldest dream would never come close to this: that at God’s appointed time, he shall be the Prime Minister of a nation.         … Continue reading

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National Day of Prayer

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