ArchiveApril 2010



This story has nothing related to my post…but since this is my blog, I get to write what I want :)..I thought this is quite a serious and funny story to share. In World War Two, one of the biggest battle fought was the Battle of Bastogne. It was in December 1944 when Germany launch one of their last counter attack against the Allies. The German Army encircled a number of paratroopers (the...

Looking back


Today, during a breakfast meeting, one of the senior management made a statement that we ought to look back every once in a while and see where we came from. I was looking up on a quote about Matthew 25 earlier today.  I couldn’t find it on Google and I did a search on my own blog.  I found the quote and it brought me to this post….this post was made in March 6, 2009...

To Take Action


I was having bubble tea with a few brothers last week after Prayer Meeting… One topic led to another and I started to talk about all that I witnessed at IJM Reception on Tuesday night. How we tend to forget those who are poor and how we spend our money… We were about to talk about how how badly North America churches are at managing the resources that God bless them with…...

Dirty Hand Confession


The son said to him, ‘Father, I have sinned against heaven and against you. I am no longer worthy to be called your son. (Luke 15:21) … He who has been stealing must steal no longer, but must work, doing something useful with his own hands, that he may have something to share with those in need. (Ephesians 4:28) … It’s amazing how the Holy Spirit convicts.  A sin that...

Downfall – movie


Tonight, I watched the last half of a movie called, Downfall. It is a movie detailing the last days of Hitler, the Nazi party, and Berlin at the end of World War Two. World War Two always fascinated me.  It started off in highschool from a computer game, Panzer General.  I had such interest that I started to go to the library and borrow every book about the war.  At the...



Friday Night… The pool at the YMCA closes 10:30 pm on a weeknight. I left my house at10 pm.  This wasn’t the first time I left so late.  Sure I could have gone earlier….I procrastinated. For the past few weeks, I had been discerning about letting all things go for Christ.  I hadn’t thought and felt like this since the last time I prayed and seek...

Cliff’s 30 B-day Wing Bash


Last Sat, my friends organized a B-day wing bash for me. Great times… grateful to have friends..lots of laughs… lots of food.. and lots of wings 🙂 I give a five min spill about my life before we get started.  This image clearly shows that I have ability to count with my left hand 🙂  I also use a lot of hand gestures to distract my guests from my endless rambling! A reference...

My Orders by Ethelwyn Wetherald


Just read Unfashoinable: Making a difference in the world by being different by Tullian Tchividjian and he quoted a poem, My Orders, by Ethelwyn Wetherald. (Side note: She is also a Canadian 🙂 ) My Orders MY orders are to fight; Then if I bleed, or fail, Or strongly win, what matters it? God only doth prevail. The servant craveth naught Except to serve with might. I was not told to win or lose,–...

Exam for Christian Leadership Course (MS 1B03)


The course I was taking this term was Christian Leadership in the 21st Century (MS 1B03). My exam was an open book. It was cool to have the teacher prayed for us before we started. I opened my mind and let it all flow. I was surprise at how organize my thoughts were. I even break down the plan into phases. Perhaps this is a calling and a sign from above?? I feel like I am in phase 1 right now. I...

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