2018 is almost over, can you believe it? No, neither can I.
This past week I’ve spent a LOT of time meditating and reflecting on the year past, and something the Lord has continually told me is that it is important for us to not only leave things behind but also cleave to different aspects of His character in order to move forward in our faith. Continue reading “4 Things I’m Leaving Behind in 2018 | Leaving & Cleaving”
2 Timothy 3:12 (AMP) ” Indeed, all who delight in pursuing righteousness and are determined to live godly
lives in Christ Jesus will be hunted and persecuted [because of their faith].”
Persecution comes when we begin to live a consecrated life for Christ. When we step out from lawlessness and begin to live by the standards our Father requires, we will meet opposition from the world. Now, persecution doesn’t automatically scream being hanged and imprisoned (though these are real and extreme cases), persecution can also be on a smaller scale Continue reading “Persecution: a profane response to holiness”
We go through seasons in our walk with Christ where we drop our guard on particular areas of our lives. When we don’t guard and strengthen our weak spots we become vulnerable to attack. This happened to me in the area of romantic relationships.
Since coming to Singapore, I believed that any romantic relationship was off the table. I had made a commitment to seeking God whole-heartedly, and I simply wasn’t expecting to meet anyone who would take an interest in me romantically due to the stark Continue reading “Protect your purity”
What’s the major difference between a Christian and an Unbeliever? Good works? Church attendance? Sinlessness? No
The blood of Christ. Jesus Christ is the difference.
Without faith in him, we are exactly the same as every Unbeliever: Sinners destined for hell and everlasting damnation. Keep on reading!
There is just one word that has been laid on my heart for 2017:
2017 needs to be a year of repentance. Now repentance should be, just as worship is, a lifestyle.
A lifestyle of turning away from dead works and putting aside every single dead weight of sin that so easily entangles. Continue reading “A Penitent Heart “