if you have something in your life that is not necessarily “bad” – but dominates you, why don’t you ask God to help you give it up and find freedom.
The basis of all spiritual gift must be LOVE to start off with.
We’re called to put Jesus first, and fulfil the calling He has for our lives. We are called to wait on God, and out of that fullness, to serve God and His people.
…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
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
God has a voice, and he’s using it to communicate to all of us, today.
…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
This whole thing about being the best, is at best relative…Our purpose must be found in God and found in our assignment today
In hearing God’s voice for our own lives, we may be tempted to question if something is within God’s will or not by how smooth-sailing and problem-free the journey is, which is not what the Bible teaches the Christian life to be.
Every call in life; whether in the creche, or in the classroom or in the courtroom is always a call to plumb the depth of the Father’s love for us.
When you feel you’re lacking power in your daily walk, power may just come on when you make your daily walk about Him and others…
“Godliness” that has no contentment will be a legalistic pursuit of holiness that leaves the pursuer hungry and dissatisfied…
Critical thinking teaches our kids to understand the message that media tries to convey rather than mindlessly absorbing every material thrown in their face.