Today, I would like to share about the different stages of my life of faith: 1) before my encounter with the True Jesus Church, 2) when I first stepped into a True Jesus Church and 3) after I believed in the True Jesus Church. At different stages, I have been cared for and loved in different ways. Therefore, I would like to reflect and share with you what I have learned.
In the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, I testify.
Occasionally, people tell me that they learned to cook by helping their mothers in the kitchen. Yet, I didn’t have the same opportunity because my late mom, for uncertain reasons, wouldn’t allow my siblings or me to help her in the kitchen.
Eyes falling upon the starlight
Thoughts like billows
Swelling in reflection
Wisping in contemplation
How could I have once been so foolish?
I was lost in the world
Away from home
Drawn to the luminosity
Unanchored upon the symphony of the city
Like a bee,
drawn to the radiance
Enticed by the fields
The efflorescence of temptation
To relieve the pain
How could I have been so blind?
So blind… Continue reading
These verses in Luke 10 have left a deep impression in me.
Then He said to them, “The harvest truly is great, but the laborers are few; therefore pray the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into His harvest. Go your way; behold, I send you out as lambs among wolves.” (Luke 10:2-3)
Harvest is referring to non-believers. Laborers are referring to believers sent out to preach to the non-believers. Sending you out as lambs among wolves means that it is not going to be easy when you go out to preach. There will be persecutions and all will not be smooth sailing. This made me think of my challenges in preaching. Continue reading
Thank God – lately, an increased amount of people have asked me for advice on how to improve their piano playing for church, and also complimented on my own playing. Being somewhat inspired, I will proceed to share with you what I shared with them.
As neither the accomplished penman nor amongst the eloquent, I am not a man of words through speech nor literacy. However, by the grace of God, I am able to share His great loving grace through the art of music – as an accompanist.
People often mistake ‘accompanist’ with ‘pianist’. Having been equipped with the skills of music from young, it took me a fair few years to discern the difference: a pianist is one who performs, an accompanist is one who accompanies the hymnal. Continue reading