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When work is our idol

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The other day, I saw a post about Charles Spurgeon and his work for the Lord. Known as the “Prince of Preachers”, he wrote about 150 books and preached four to ten times every week. This is not including running a megachurch, directing a theological college, ran an orphanage, and oversaw 66 Christian charities. Ok, I haven’t done any fact-checking but I’ve known he did a...

God who sustains our marriage

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Whenever someone I’ve known is Christian and is going to get married, I will often send him or her this quote from Dietrich Bonhoeffer: It is not your love that sustains the marriage, but from now on, the marriage that sustains your love. How I read it before is that from now on, it is your commitment, the vow you’ve made before God and men, that will sustain the love. Not your love...

Acting like an athiest

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In the past few weeks, I’ve been evaluating the things which make me anxious.   I believe there are ungodly beliefs, and God is training me to trust in Him more. Oswald Chambers once wrote that when disaster strikes or when pressure comes, a Christian will act like an atheist.  That is, they act as if God doesn’t exist at all. In a short few weeks, it looked like God is...

Hear From God

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When I hear speakers talk about how to hear from God, I often hear the importance of worship, to listen and to read the Bible. These aren’t wrong. But one thing that I find very effective in hearing from God is making sure my heart is in the right place.In other words, sins, especially sins we enjoy doing, are the biggest barrier from hearing God’s voice. We can see this right from the beginning...

Word Study

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Last night I was doing a word study from the Bible. It helped me answer some questions I had, and at the same time, I have more questions I haven’t thought of before. A long time ago, a teacher once said that the more you dig into the Bible, the deeper it goes, and you can keep digging forever. Does that discourage you? I remembered at that time when I heard that I was joking half-heartedly...

A Disciplined Life

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Today, Ps Yang preached on the need to persevere, especially in the end times.  A portion of his sermon he focused on the need to live a disciplined life. When I was training for Ironman, I was super disciplined.  In order to eat healthily, I went down the aisle to find the cereal with the lowest sugar content and the highest good fat and fiber possible.  I simply looked at the...

God of the ORdinary (and Extraordinary)

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Jesus has done many miracles and taught with great wisdom. Yet, one thing that continued to astonish me is Jesus washing the feet of the disciples. It is so ordinary. It is so mundane. It is so low. Yet, Jesus did it without hesitation. I love how John described this scene in John 13. First, he wanted us to know that Jesus did not do this out of random. He knew His time to die on the cross is...

Slowing Down

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I love getting stuff done and getting them done fast. There is no better feeling than checking off my to-do list.  I quickly learn that when I take my girls out, I have to slow down. Life is not about rushing to get stuff done. Instead, it is finding opportunities in the ordinary day to day life to teach girls, especially God’s truths. The wrong paradigm is to assume kids learn the...

David’s Anointing

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This post is more of a prelude to David coming into the scene in the Bible. His first famous achievement is defeating Goliath. I plan to go into that later, but I like to set up the stage on who David is. After God rejected Saul as King of Israel, God told Samuel to go to Bethlehem to anoint the new king. Samuel didn’t know who he is and obeyed God (1 Samuel 16:1) So it was, when they came, that...

Not Going Back

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“How come you are not interested in pornography?” Of all the questions I can think of, this one is not what I expected from my wife.  I watched porn during University. I wasn’t a believer then, and it was so easy to download off the internet. After a while, I loss interested in it.  I explained to Wai Jia there are currently many online communities, primarily guys...

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