The bible describes a king of Judah; king Amaziah as one who “did what was right in the sight of the Lord, but not with a loyal heart.” II Chronicles 25:2 I found that description very interesting. He did right but not with a right heart. Meaning his actions were in contrast to his heart … Continue reading Only recognised sentiment
The entire church across the globe gets to celebrate the essence, reason and catalyst of the faith we have today, after the bane of mankind was completely removed and our life’s course recharted. Today reminds me of the greatest love story ever told, because of the magnanimous sacrifice made by one man for the saving … Continue reading Carrying on His legacy
I woke up this morning thinking “this could’ve gone any other way”. I had woken up with a knowing from the Holy Spirit to take something to God in prayer. Something quite mundane I’d say. When He brought it to my mind, I remember thinking “how wicked of me to think I could do this … Continue reading Better off absent?
A little over a month ago, on my way to work, I searched for my earpiece and couldn’t find it. I was agitated because I was late and I needed it because it is part of my morning routine to listen to messages on my commute to work. Running out of time and searching frantically … Continue reading No excuse
For me, this year has been a ‘soldiering on’ year, many people might read that and think “hmm, isn’t that every year?”, but Nahh, for me, this year was that year that amidst all obstacles I just woke up every morning and I said “oh well, we have to keep moving”. So amidst the waiting, … Continue reading Keep moving
A few weeks ago I was crossing the road with my friend, I didn’t know when I started shouting “please hold my hand”. She was puzzled and told me to calm down that she was watching too. I didn’t doubt anything of what she said, it was when we got to the other side of … Continue reading Free
When my dad suffered a stroke in 2016, while he was in a coma after his surgery, I remember my mum having several meetings with the neurosurgeons and cardiologists so often. We were already on edge due to the nature of the situation so whenever I spoke to her, I’d always ask what the doctors … Continue reading New realities
I grew up with two older sisters, I got away with a lot because of it. I didn’t learn to take responsibility very early because either of my older sisters was always present and they were the ones charged with responsibilities, I just had to do what they said. I got so used to it, … Continue reading We’re here.
Few things make me cry like an atmosphere filled with a tangible presence of the love of God. It’s so tangible you might be able to literally feel a presence around you. First time I experienced this was the afternoon I gave my life to Christ, the time I committed to walking intentionally with God … Continue reading The Wise, the Foolish and the Loved
Thank God for tests in life that reveal our vulnerability, thank God that they face us with practicalities and not just what we think we know. I think with Gods word too, it’s so easy to be convinced of being fully persuaded by the word of God, up until a test comes and you’re faced … Continue reading Not-so-pretty revelations