When life’s made up of your blend, of love and loss, of gathering and giving, of creating and destroying, we know that it’s only through experiencing you that we experience the potential for change, our opportunity for growth.
Somewhere at the back of the desert, in a place dry and barren, where you think heaven’s brazen and the dusty air of death’s howling, there’s a well, and you’ll be well. He comes like a cooling rain in summer’s scorch and uses every minute of your hard to work for your good, and His glory.
And on the other side of Heaven, we’d see a glimpse of the why.
Why God would place His most prized possessions in the fire, why He’d allow His most precious vessels in the melting pot of distress.
Sometimes the chart of our lives may seem frenzied, and chaotic — but God really does have a method to all the seeming madness, and a certainty in all the chaos.
And when you choose to remember your regrets instead of your redemption, you can live believing you’re wounded and broken when you’re actually whole and redeemed, and born to be bigger than any of your bruises.
How I love this post by Carey Nieuwhof; …just a few excerpts of his wonderful word here. May it stick on the wall of our hearts always: You are the common denominator in everything that’s happened in your life. Faithfulness is rare. Not just in marriage, but also in life. Culture teaches us to dispose of…
…every decision needs to be driven by God, …by love
Listening to a sermon may put you straight to sleep, or right out jolted awake! May this simple message keep your heart alight with life and awashed with vision
So it’s no longer oxymoronic to place the word ‘victors’ next to who we used to be: ‘victims’, because this is the way to defy average, anxiety, and ageing.
Husband, Father, Pastor, Speaker and lifetime Businessman and Investor Simon Chua talks in your everyday language of the journey that took him to true success and what it might mean to you today
I should memorise this by now: whenever we complain, we break the flow of praise, whenever we argue, we doubt the Hand that makes all the scrambled edges full.
When we believe in people for who they presently are, and invest in people in who they can potentially be — we make imprints, change lives, carve history, and sustain a ministry that outlasts natural lives.
…what really, are we binging on? could it be that we’re working hard and earning shallow, sowing hard but reaping little? …
…ever wonder why the best things in life comes the hardest, the slowest? Maybe the enemy to real productivity is what’s inside of us…here’s
so that we can actually take heart and go on building something substantial with our life, & go on from passivity to real productivity in discovering His call for our lives
Who’d have time to make life the way it’s meant to be, when we’re trained to spend every spare time and energy running life the way it needs to be?
But there’s a way to make crazy days a calm, and monotonous moments our kairos.