ArchiveMay 2011

Devotion – Yes, but…


Taken from My Utmost for His Highest…I found it very relate-ble as I am going through the application for OMF. Lord, I will follow You, but . . . —Luke 9:61 Suppose God tells you to do something that is an enormous test of your common sense, totally going against it. What will you do? Will you hold back? If you get into the habit of doing something physically, you will do it every time you...

Bible Study: Galatians Reflection – Chapter One


For the past few days, I read Galatians a number of times.  It’s only six chapters and quite exciting to see and trying to figure out with Paul wrote this letter.  One of my favorite part was when Paul told the audience that though they wanted to follow the Jewish Law, they didn’t even know what it meant.  Since Paul was a Pharisee before, he went and...

Ryder – Weight of a nation


Ryder Hesjedal is a professional cyclist. He is from Canada and will be riding for Team Garmin Cerevelo this year’s Tour De France. He had a remarkable season last year with 7th Overall at Tour De France!
Woohoo!  A Canadian cyclist riding a Canadian bike :O)

Agendas and expectation


Each of us has our own agendas. A wise Christian sister said that prior to my vision quest to Cambodia earlier this year. It is true.  When it comes to serving God, we have expectations on what we might view as the right way.  God’s way of doing things.  And sometimes, our motives, at times we might consider as pure and noble, can be clouded with pride, discord and our own...

Biopsy results


The clinic called this morning and informed me that the results are normal.  My liver cells are normal and healthy. They do not know as to why the elevated blood results. Praise the Lord for He is good. Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they? Can any one of you by worrying...



Tonight’s post will be a mix of things, feelings and thoughts from yesterday’s biopsy. Yesterday’s was my biopsy.  Since December, one of the numbers that measure my liver function was higher than normal.  What should be in its 40s, it was hovering at 100.  At first, the transplant doc suspected it was an infection from a virus. Last week, after seeing that the...

Devotion – The Faith to Persevere


Taken from today’s My Utmost for His Highest.  A devotion from Oswald Chambers.  Tomorrow, I am doing a liver biopsy  because of the elevated numbers from my blood work.  I am also in the process of applying for OMF (Overseas Missionary Fellowship) and everything right now hangs in the air.  There’s no control and nothing I can do. Faith is not some weak and...

Christianity is not about you


A while ago… I told a Christian brother that following Jesus is not about him… …there was a moment of silent and the conversation went somewhere else.  Looking back, I think I sounded quite snobby and disrespectful. Yesterday I came across a blog post that made me reflected what I said a while ago. Religion that is pure and undefiled before God, the Father, is this: to...

The Lord is my


shepherd. Today at prayer meeting as we were reading Luke 10, I saw this bookmark… I instantly remember the second verse… I have all that I need. What a great reminder. The Lord is my shepherd; I have all that I need. He lets me rest in green meadows; he leads me beside peaceful streams. He renews my strength. He guides me along right paths, bringing honor to his name. Even when I...

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