When we baptise, we die with Christ, in Christ. Now, the lives we live aren’t ourselves, but Christ in us. We represent Christ to the World. And if the world don’t know Christ, that meant we have not truly died with Christ.
Our Beings is immortal. And whether we accept it or not, the duality of our existence work together for the good of our collective consciousness.
Satan and all his minions are angels loved by God. And in God’s love, God has prepared a way out for them, too. — If only if they are willing.
Being human isn’t about fulfilling the tasks given to us on hand. Being human isn’t about maintaining good interpersonal relationships or achieving great successes. Being human is to enjoy our Maker’s happiness the way He intended for us.
Whether intentional or not, Singapore plays a pretty important role in the fulfilment of end-time prophecies. Though a small nation, we are influencing global political powers towards the vision of Isaiah and Micah. Knowing this meant we should not take all that we’ve for granted. Rather, we need to continually pray for wisdom for our leaders as we weather, as a people, deeper into the future that God has in stored for us.
What we know about life isn’t all there is. There’s a reality much higher than ours. For most people, we’ve even been there. But it’s not possible to describe it with words. The experiences we’ve had there is beyond logic. But all of these tells us of a reality that is far higher than ours. It tells us of a Higher Being that is in control of it all.
One of the biggest lies the modern society tells us is that faith is personal. But is it? If we truly believe God is whoever we claim He is, can we box worship into a system of rituals and liturgies? If God is eternal, can we box Him into a statue? However we choose to worship and praise God is a personal choice. But God is Universal.
Through our faith in God, He will use the unlovable nature of our being to accomplish great things for Him.
Ministries fail because we do not hold on to God. Life become meaningless when we lose sight of God. Will we hold on to what’s most important?
Death is a constant reminder for ourselves that our bodily vessels are sinful and must one day pass away so … More