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Long Distance Relationship

What does God says about long distance relationship?

For couple, this is the toughest decision – to be apart from each other. But since we are God’s ambassador, let’s ask God what He says about long distance relationship. As I was seeking through His Word, this caught my attention…

Genesis 31:49-50

“May the Lord keep watch between us to make sure that we keep this covenant when we are out of each other’s sight. If you mistreat my daughters or if you marry other wives, God will see it even if no one else does. He is a witness to this covenant between us.”

This a story about Jacob and Laban making a covenant together with piles of stones as boundary line between each others property and safety. In conclusion, God sees everything. No single things is hidden in His eyes. All is naked. This makes me come up about God’s Omnipresent character. We may not know what will happen next, we may have fears, but God is calling us to trust in Him more because all of us is accountable to Him.

I wonder how God will do with long distance relationships, yet He reveals more the nature of His character and He cannot forsake His faithfulness!

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How To Start All Over Again?

When life becomes a mess, and you can’t find the way to back to God, be encouraged!

No one could really understand how each and everyone go through with life’s struggles. Every time we’re face with never ending weaknesses, the enemy will always try to pull us down.

But God said,  Put off concerning your former conduct, the old man which grows corrupt according to the deceitful lusts, and be renewed in the spirit of your mind, and that you put on the new man which was created according to God, in true righteousness and holiness (Ephesians 4:21-24)

Here are some tips how to escape our weaknesses despite that we are imperfect and victoriously stand strong with God.

1. Let go. (Put off your former conduct)

Pause and breath. The tendency when we are at fault,  we used to replay the songs inside our heads. The more our enemy will give guilt trip because we cannot let go of our failures. Instead, humbly ask God’s forgiveness of any wrong doing. Let God!

2.  Seek God’s perspective. (Renew your mind)

Confront your weaknesses and issues using God’s Word. Know the mind of God by spending time with Him and asking help from God-ordained friends. Search God where is He in your situation. Fill your thoughts with His instructions. Start with God!

3. Do what is right. (Renew yourself)

There is no other way that can give you freedom, but only doing what is right in the eyes of God. Obedience is the key to attaining peace, peace always results in joy.

To restart with God means to surrender all good things and bad things to God every single day of our lives. And soon we will understand, it is only through God that we will become better.

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Magnitude of Love

“I can’t truly comprehend how far Jesus sacrificed for me. I can’t ever repay it. In my nothingness, God made me precious.
He did it, so that i am fully satisfied and complete. I am sorry Lord I kept longing for other things.”

What Jesus did for me is unbearable beyond my imagination. It was a sacrifice because of LOVE. Every word in the Scripture matches with the others. It is a mystery! His obedience even to the point of death gives us the inspiration to obey. The death of Jesus signifies many many benefits:

1. I am no longer under the law
2. I am saved by grace through Jesus only
3. I have all the access to go to God in my distress
4. God is able. He immeasurably can do all things in His ultimate power.
5. Christ did not just suffer for me, He did not quit for me until I have gained my freedom. He is the reason why I’m forgiven.
6. My faith is not based on the good things I’ve done, but how well I know my God, trust Him and believe Him in every way.

Be inspired to change for God! Nothing will ever make Him happy than see our humble hearts in awe of His greatness.

Matthew 27:45-56
Mark 15:33-41
Luke 23:44-49
John 19:28-37

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Faith That Overflows


What is righteousness according to the Scripture?

Righteousness is everyone who believes in Christ. Christ is the culmination, the climax, the peak, the summit of the law. Righteousness is not  define by observing the law, but our faith in God.

Abraham believe in God and it was credited to him as righteousness (Gen 15:6, Rom 4:22). We believe in God whose name is JESUS CHRIST (John 6:29) as it was credited to us as righteousness. According to the Scripture “Through Abraham all nation will be blessed”, (Gen 12:3) therefore we are seeds of Abraham and thus the promises of God is not only for the Jews, but also for all who believe in God. It is already planned by God even before we knew it.

How do we confess our faith for Christ? -Romans 10:10

  1. It is by HEART that we believe.
  2. It is by BELIEVING that we are justified.
  3. It is by MOUTH that we profess our faith.
  4. It is by FAITH that we are saved.

Let’s be a laborer in the Kingdom of God. We are call to share the Good News. Imagine this!

“There is no believing if they have not heard anything
There is no hearing if nobody preach”



-Romans 9-10


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Sincere Compassion


Help us Oh Lord to remember that showing compassion brings God’s love to others.

All  of us is familiar with the Parable of the Good Samaritan and after spending  sometime studying and meditating on His Word, I was assured of wisdom and understanding. According to God in Matthew 13:11-13:

“You are permitted to understand the secrets of the Kingdom of Heaven, but others are not.To those who listen to my teaching, more understanding will be given, and they will have an abundance of knowledge. But for those who are not listening, even what little understanding they have will be taken away from them. That is why I use these parables,
For they look, but they don’t really see.
They hear, but they don’t really listen or understand.”

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