i guessed joanne was right after all. When u never complete your cg, you would have a similarly hard time with the next one you go to.
Well, i thought it will never come true. Bcoz I don’t agree with people that easily, i rather i might just Don’t want to agree with people. I don’t know why as well, but working with my current shepherd, that’s the trend i notice ever since i was in secondary3.
I guessed it didn’t come true for Calean
But it was true for me.
The whole issue about being fearful and just reluctant to go out of comfort zone once again, because it seems that i know the ending. It’s possible but hard to get out. On saturday i could say that i would get out of the whole bermuda triangle and start harvesting. But when monday comes, it’s not only that you will get into the whole routine of life once again or get blinded in the midst of just doing things, it just difficult to know how to get out of that freaking bermuda triangle.
i used to wonder why is it so hard for some people to get out of their certain habits or have certain breakthrough that is seemingly easy to me.
I know why now. It’s hard to put it in words, but once you experience it, you will truly understand.
Oh well so what can i do now? i’m partial scarred.
Pray is the best remedy=) and Not being hindered by past experiences is one of the camp objectives=) It’s like going to camp to conquer the fear of camp. HAHA
Filed under: whispered into your ear
the unsearchable wisdom of God,
to why He chose Saul as the King
to why He believed in me when i never believed in myself
with the unbiblical side of me, i wanted to emo a bit since i couldn’t spend money again and got to save up because i did some foolish thing that cost me 250bucks. But i couldn’t emo for long, I got to burst.
WHAT ON EARTH IS THIS?!
heyyo, being contemperory is great, but when some cross the line, wrong messages might be sent out.
Besides, in the end of the day, we want everyone to know the real God not the side of God that people prefer to know.
i told u, kids, before they reach 20, spend parents fortune away.
Filed under: everything will flow
Filed under: the calendar girl
omg, seriouslly i watch the show and i thought my mind is partial screwed up.
i actually wasn’t disgusted with the show, so that really did show that my mind is screwed.
oh well, got to talk this out with God. If not, i think i’ll go crazy. HAHA, and thank God i dun have a brother. HAHAHA.
Filed under: sophron
Well, i guessed God kept hinting it to me, or rather showed it to me that i should stop plain reading the bible, but i never wanted to take the hint because it would take me more time to bible study it.. Oh well, the time has come, i reached the point that i couldn’t stand just reading samuel since i couldn’t understand much as i tried to read the two book of Samuel. And it gets very complex to me because i don’t understand a lot a lot of stuff. OKay then, you win, haha. Stupid me who tried to squeeze my way through. I’m reading the two books of Samuel once again:]
Go back to the heart of worship through studying the word of God:]
If i’m an olympic athlete, would i withdraw from my best event just because the day was a Sabbath day?
During the summer of 1924, the Olympics were hosted by the city of Paris. Liddell was a committed Christian and refused to run on Sunday (the Sabbath), with the consequence that he withdraw from the 100 metres race, his best event. The schedule had been published several months earlier, and his decision was made well before the Games began. Liddell spent the intervening months training for the 400 metres, an event in which he had previously excelled. Even so, his success in the 400m was largely unexpected. The day of 400 metres race came, and as Liddell went to the starting blocks, an American masseur slipped a piece of paper into Liddell’s hand with a quotation from 1 Samuel 2:30, “Those who honour me I will honour.” Liddell ran with that piece of paper in his hand. He not only won the race, but broke the existing world record with a time of 47.6 seconds. A few days earlier Liddell had competed in the 200 metre finals, for which he received the bronze medal behind Americans Jackson Scholz and Charles Paddock, beating Harold Abrahams, who finished in sixth place.
“We are all missionaries. Wherever we go, we either bring people nearer to Christ, or we repel them from Christ.” -Eric Liddell