Archive for October, 2009
Somehow we need to not allow our feelings to control us because it is a slippery slope.
Somehow we need to reassess our expectations of what God’s plan is so that we don’t become disappointed when he doesn’t give us a Ferrari.
This week we studied about Passover and the Lord’s Supper or what we often call, Communion. What’s the first thing you think about when you hear the word “Communion”? Unfortunately, some begin thinking, “Oh, we need to go to a different church this week because there is Communion.” After talking to an elder, I found […]
Some day I’d like to return Madrid, Spain. I really would. But right now, right now it’s no where in sight. So, I’m not making any plans. I’m not scoping out ticket prices. I’m not figuring out where I’m going to stay. No bags are being packed. I wonder if this lesson resonates with the […]
As Christians, our sole role & responsibility is to worship the one & only Almighty Lord and Savior Jesus Christ by dedicating our lives for His glory and honor. I know…..we all have heard this line time and time again either at our church services, our youth camp outs, our family worship times (or) sometimes […]
Smooth eloquence flows from educated lips behind a familiar lone mic. Words bring images to mind, and images bring words to life. The simple strum of the guitar strikes a chord of deep concentration. And the show begins. I heard about the Saturday night church through some friends back home, and penciled it in for […]
Two months ago 11 of us found ourselves en route to Guayaramerin, Bolivia. Today I’m wondering what’s faded only to remain in the hundreds of digital snaps we captured, and what’s stuck within and amidst those of us who shared this experience. “My Bolivian Treasure” was the title of the Sabbath morning message I shared […]
The story of the God of Israel picking up a group of slaves and turning them into a nation depicts the story of redemption of mankind and hence forms the backbone for the rest of the scripture. Nothing explains the power and patience of God and the weakness of humanity better than the story of […]