Scriptural Readings: Romans 8:35-39 Miseries, this hidden enemy, will haunt us. They are inevitable, and we will face them sooner, if not later. We can never grow bigger than them. Being born in a third-world country, I have seen and experienced poverty, and trusting God is one option. These sensibilities drive us closer to God.… Continue reading The new us, every day.
Scriptural Readings: Genesis 1:1, Genesis 21:5-6, John 19:30, Matthew 6:10 In today’s world, everything comes with a warranty or guarantee. But what do these contracts mean, and how do they work? Are they necessary in modern lives where security is a top priority? When choosing a reliable and high-quality guarantee, how do we make the… Continue reading “Who do you say I am?”
Scriptural Readings: I Corinthians 10:13, James 4:7-8 Notifications. How compelling are they? Have we uncovered its heart? How do we receive notifications? Do we get our messages through traditional methods, like talking face-to-face or sending letters? Or modern means, such as text messages and social media posts? We now live in a world filled with… Continue reading Acknowledgement and notification
Scriptural Readings:Matthew 13:15, Romans 7:15-20 Sin. What should we ask ourselves with this word? The questions will never end. With so many things to worry about, dealing with wickedness appeared to be another minor thing to consider. We have become so used to sin that we hardly recognize it as a danger to our well-being.… Continue reading To sin or not to sin.
Scriptural Readings: Mt 10:7, Psalm 90:1, Matthew 6:10. In terms of kingdoms, the conclusion may be physical or spiritual. There are countries considered kingdoms that exist today. With a counterpart, the spiritual is another matter to consider. The two empires ran differently, and not all understood how they worked. Does it make sense to look… Continue reading Looking for a place to live?