Sunday, October 11, 2015

why listen to others?

sometimes its better to go ahead and do what you feel like doing.
not because it feels good, but because it is the right thing to do.

missing out the opportunity of a small time frame window can cause consequences that cannot be fixed in the future, unless you have the power to turn back time.

so make sure you know what you are doing in life, dont waste it.
dont waste other people's life.

Ephesians 5:15-17: "Therefore be careful how you walk, not as unwise men but as wise, making the most of your time, because the days are evil. So then do not be foolish, but understand what the will of the Lord is.…"

dont sleep things off,
go water the plants when you have to
especially if it is a hot day.. two hot days in a row

dont rely on others to water the plants for you just because they verbally said they would do it
remind them to do it, or what does trust mean? that you can abdicate responsibility and put the death of others on the hands of others?

no, do not fall into the sin of omission

when you are entrusted with something by someone, carried it out yourself.
because really.... it is your reputation with you are carrying

"He who is faithful in a very little thing is faithful also in much; and he who is unrighteous in a very little thing is unrighteous also in much." - Luke 16:10

dear God, i hope the plants from kinabalu survives.
and it didn't rain =(


Where are the letters of Timothy?

Where are the letters written by the rest of the apostles? Or Timothy or those who continued after Christ?

Why aren't they also included in the collection of the Bible?

Are we just regurgitating what we've learnt from our forefathers?
Is what we preach and talk about just traditions passed down from one single book?

Imagine if ALL the writings of man are written down. The Bible would just keep growing and growing in size.

The Bible says: if we were to write down all the works of Jesus, it would take up a whole lotta room.

Hence the Bible we have right now is one what has the essentials: the history that leads to the coming of the messiah, and his work, the Good news, the Gospel, the redemption of mankind.

And the rest of it, we are the ones who continue the story.

Christ continues to live on, not just in heaven on His throne, but in our hearts and lives that we daily go about.

Sunday, October 04, 2015

Jesus freak

You gotta be crazy for Christ.
Like really, being a Christian is not normal.

Saturday, October 03, 2015


Why did I even join PM Fssa. I gave to do work once I'm inside it. (Can't just sit around not doing anything). It takes up time from what I really should be focusing on in life.

Sigh, I taught I had time. I taught I could go in to make fssa a better place. I taught I could make a change. I was wrong.

I guess I won't go where God doesn't call me to go then. Because really, its all just distractions.

Fearing God

Reading proverbs. It says so much about "fearing the Lord" and the good things that come out of it, gaining wisdom, avoiding evil, etc

I don't fear God anymore.
I've become desensitise to guilt after dwelling so long in sin.

Lord save me

Thursday, October 01, 2015

How we think about the world

"It's not what we know about the world, more importantly... It's how we choose to think about it."

Sometimes the world doesn't really seem like a nice place to be in. But with the Father telling us the purpose of creating it, Chirst giving a good example of living in it and the Spirit guiding us through it...

I'm sure it is possible to have a positive outlook in the sorry state we're in.

For eternity, for His everlasting Kingdom

Tuesday, September 29, 2015


started off the day with God's word,
makes a whole lotta difference in life
was really tired and ... without zeal for the past few.. weeks?

it is nice to exercise, the body feels much more energized.

met two peeps while walking back at night
Lee from Britain
Horun from America

they want to teach at the Global English center in KF.
and couldnt find the way to the house they were renting.

good thing map reading skills come in handy

also met sew when i was fetching din back from frisbee (it was a really fun game) gotta get quicker feet. and finally got my fenix E25 =D well with only three modes it is quite dull, but boy... does it pack a punch. didnt know had to hold the button for 0.5 secs. taught it was broken initially =P

hmm. life. i should get more involved with it.

Monday, September 21, 2015


I can't take it anymore. My computer's HD is dying. Time to revive it.

Humans + ecosystem

Humans are an integral part of ecosystems.

We should destroy ourselves by thinking we can survive apart from nature.

Let's protect the sustainability of what keeps us alive.

Thursday, September 10, 2015

God's truth, not man's

"In A Social History of Truth (1994), for example, Steven Shapin makes the largely sociological argument that, in 17th-century England, the mode of sociability known as civility became the primary discourse of truth; for a statement to have the potential to be considered true, it had to be expressed according to the rules of civil society."

For me, truth is what God's word says it is. Not what man sets