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Lent 01: lend me Your strength // Psalm 119:25-32.

I struggle to pray, not just today, but everyday.

It is impossible to stay on the path of holiness unless I have the enabling grace of God; and yet so often I depend on my strength to become strong in God – what a tragic paradox. 444 more words

Extraordinary Mundane

conversing with God // week two.

I am constantly amazed at how much the Holy Spirit is willing to teach me when my heart is open to God’s Word. In case you’re wondering, I do not use any devotional materials (since 2008 anyway). 1,183 more words

Attempted Provocation

conversing with God // week one.

If I can keep this up, I’ll try to consolidate my daily devotional reflections at the end of every week.

If I can…

// 1 Jan | Mark 1… 525 more words

Extraordinary Mundane

where is the power of the Holy Spirit in our lives?

Here’s an abridged version of the sermon I preached at the final youth service of Grace Retreat 2012.

The story of our faith is unbelievable to a thinking mind and sounds like a fairy tale to non-believers; any argument made would probably be counter-argued. 483 more words

Attempted Provocation

humble pie is the steady diet of champions.

“Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.” — Matthew 5:3

I have mixed feelings about tonight’s prayer meeting.

Please do not misunderstand me; I sincerely believe that every prayer offered in those 60 minutes was uttered with the right intentions – to honour God, to spur each other on in the faith and to intercede for Grace AG.

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Attempted Provocation

glory > burden > fear.

Ps Julie Khoo gave an altar call last night and I responded to it – my first time at the altar since AIYS 2012 started. I asked God to confirm the things He had been putting in my heart because the weight was too heavy to bear by myself. 552 more words

Affirming Faithfulness

I will finish well.

You either choose to be right or choose to grow; but if you choose to grow, you will have to learn to give up your rights. 436 more words

Affirming Faithfulness