ArchiveMarch 2010

Falling Down Blue

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Nothing like procrasinating when you have a paper due….

A song from a Canadian band named Blue Rodeo. I love these guys.

This song brought back some moments a few years ago when I was in pursuit of a relationship….hmm….
I also like this song, Hasn’t Hit Me Yet:
Now if only they have Rock Band for Blue Rodeo!!!

Slow investment

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I am slow. With what’s going on in Haiti and in other areas (Chile etc.) With the earthquakes and disasters. I am slow to react. Slow to give. The past week I had been glancing over computer parts. Starcraft 2 (a computer game) is coming out and I need to get a new computer to play. I spent a lot of time checking every deal and every component. Last night I was collecting a list of parts to...

Beauty

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God. May You changed my heart so I only desire Your beauty. May You reveal Your beauty around me so I can see it, feel it and rejoice in it. You know I will follow You regardless if You answer my prayers or not. I will give up everything. There is nothing else matter more than Your beauty. Transform my heart so I will not lose sight of You nor forget You. May I always remember Your great promise...

Desire

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There is only one desire.
It is to seek You.
Though a part of me wants my way.

I still long to seek You.

May You show me Your Will.
So I won’t be tempted by my own follies.

And I might Glorify Your Name.

If I am worthy in Your Eyes.

Power in weakness

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“Life is not as it appears to be. We are led by today’s culture to imagine that God pitches his tent with the especially famous and powerful–those who can speak of ecstasies and miraculous power and who command large crowds as they jet from city to city and enjoy the spotlight of center stage–but it is not so. Christ pitches his tent with the weak and the unknown, the...

Anger!

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Google Reader today pull out a post made by Tullian a while back. The post is the difference between God-Centered anger and Self-Centered anger. A definitely good read. The world so often senses our anger — but do they ever sense our grief? They think we’re angry simply because we’re not getting our way, but I’m afraid they don’t feel our sorrow over sin’s negative, de-humanizing effects. Our...

The Living God that Speaks

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Of all the miracles that happen upon my life, there is none more vivid than when the Lord spoke to me. Looking back, I often don’t think this was important. Lately, I’ve been reflecting these experiences and compared them with the Bible. Moses and the Burning Bush (Exodus 3:4) : When the LORD saw that he had gone over to look, God called to him from within the bush, “Moses...

Remember the Lord Your God

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Yesterday at Sun School I was teaching about Moses. I ended off with telling the class that the people grumble a lot because they lost sight of who God is. Moses’ advice is to remember the Lord your God. The One who took you out of Egypt. I relate this to my own life. How often I grumble about life when I should remembered what the Lord had done in my life. Liver transplant, triathlon...

Almost Spring

Yesterday was such a good day I took my bike out for a stroll. I decided to ride to downtown Toronto along Lakeshore. It was nice to be out on the road. I took the train back to my city and asked my friend to pick me up. What a great friend 😀

Picked up something funny at Simon’s blog:
The Aging Athlete from Andrew Mac on Vimeo.

Open up my eyes

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Yesterdays sermon, I was captured by one passage… 2 Kings 6 15 When the servant of the man of God got up and went out early the next morning, an army with horses and chariots had surrounded the city. “Oh, my lord, what shall we do?” the servant asked. 16 “Don’t be afraid,” the prophet answered. “Those who are with us are more than those who are with them...

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