I love my family; they love me, encourage me, and help me to grow. I love my church family; my brothers and sisters, both in my local church, out on the streets, and those overseas. They love me, encourage me, and push me to fulfil my calling in Christ. We were made for relationship, and … More My Brother, My Sister
A friend of mine once shared her revelation of how envy was so deeply entwined in our everyday lives. Recently, I have been thinking about this again, and I realise that I have been jealous about many things. At the heart of jealousy is comparison; desiring to be or to have something else. At the … More Counter-Attack on Jealousy
We can boast to self gain, or boast to the glory of God. In the last few weeks, I have been thinking about what it means to boast in Christ. On one hand, the word “boast”carries connotations of pride, yet on the other, it also promises a testimony that tells of God’s glory. How do … More Our Boast in Christ
Welcome to the battlefield. Behind the mask of daily routines, warriors are making their cry heard, though they may not always be aware of it. [Ephesians 6:12] says: “For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of … More Battle for the Earth
A dream come true, once-in-a lifetime achievement, miracle healing: all these are possibilities that can become truth. What does it feel like to touch the impossible, to believe for it, to see it actually happen? We sing that God is God of the impossible. We declare that He makes those impossible things possible. Do we … More Transforming the Impossible
Hope is one of the greatest themes of humanity. Seen throughout history, immortalised in film, and present in the background of every day, hope drives us onward. But what do we hope for exactly? Just thinking of the last few times I have heard others speak about hope, these things come to mind; we hope … More What do we hope for?
The word, “fear”, can have many connotations. It can be used to describe the feeling of being afraid, a reverence for something or someone, the intent to obey, the heart behind that obedience. [Ecclesiastes 12:13] gives us instruction to “… Fear God and keep His commandments, For this is man’s all.” Other translations of this … More The God We Fear