Isaiah 43:18-19. Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland!
911 attack in 2001, SARS in 2003, tsunami in 2004, financial meltdown in 2008, etc ..these unprecedented events are still vivid in our minds.
In the leaders’ blogs in April, I shared that every crisis is a call to seek and hear God. The words we discerned during the covid-19 lockdown period are … REST, REFLECT, REPENT and RESET.
Dear Church …we have been locked down at home by COVID-19 for a period of time. Our lives are changed as we adjusted to the new normal, new way of life at home, in work or in church meetings.
My friend and I were chatting on the 2nd week of Circuit Breaker (CB) in April. – he was sharing his true feelings in an animated way. He was lamenting that he can’t wait for 5th May to come quickly, because Home Base Learning (HBL) is ‘killing’ him.
To many people and nations, Covid 19 is one of the greatest storms we ever came across in modern history beside the enormous Spanish pandemic 1918-1920 where 500 million were infected and millions of lives were taken away.
Last Sunday our speaker (Poh Yu Khing) reminded us that during this unprecedented times, we need to rest, to reflect, to review and reset …
A short reflection of my devotion this morning on Psalm 46.
I am reminded again recently on the importance of building loving relationships in church. Relationships are the glue that unites and holds a church together.
One of the greatest Kings in Israel was probably none other than King David. I believed he was great not because he defeated the big giant Goliath in faith, won numerous battles with God’s presence and his dynasty reigned for many years but rather it was when God called him ‘a man after my heart.’ This could be the only King God ever made such statement in the Old Testament.