Wednesday, December 24, 2008


That's me and my best friend jhayz. We were about to do river rafting. Take a look at our back... see the boats? Yip, we are ready to rock and roll with the river! Lol. Anyway, its so hot there. The heat of the sun is like the heat of the oven! Hahaha... Well, what was important is we enjoyed the day! Ey! How's our smile???

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Wednesday, December 10, 2008

From Aliens to Citizens

Philippians 3:15-21 " But our citizenship is in heaven.And we eagerly await a Savior from there, the Lord Jesus Christ, who, by the power that enables Him to bring everything under His control, will transform our lowly bodies so that they will be like His glorious body"

In my country, Singapore, a person is a citizen if he's born here. But a foreigner can obtain the status of citizenship after he meets certain conditions set by the government. In either case, he carries certain documents to prove that his citizenship is legally accepted. But besides the supporting documents, the real test of citizenship is whether a person obeys the laws of the land and fulfills all the responsibilities required of him. To me, no loyal citizen will disparage his own country and leaders and behave in a way that is contrary to the good standing expected of him.

In the same way, Christians are citizens of heaven. By the death and our resurrection of Jesus, God changed our status from aliens to citizens. We are forgiven and legally declared as "children of God's Kingdom." But as individuals, there is still a lot of change that is needed, since we are not perfect yet. Our daily living has a long way to go to match out current standing before God. With the help of the Holy Spirit and God's Word, we grow to become committed citizens of heaven; loving and obeying God as our King and fulfilling our responsibilities as His loyal subjects.

In his letter to the Philippians, Paunl wanted believers to understand that heavenly citizenship affects the way we think and live. Our destination is different from those in the world. Our desires should be different too. Christians should not be obvious about these things, because citizenship has its responsibilities.

But there is something fascinating about Christians Living out our responsibilities as believers and struggling against sin are not actions without hope. Unlike many who are bogged down with uncertainties, we can eargerly look forward to the future, Jesus will transform us to be perfectly righteous. This hope should keep us walking faithfully as heavenly citizens on this earthly journey.
~Lim Chien Chong

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Saturday, December 6, 2008

Two old friends meet again

We all have friends that are close to our hearts. A friend who is always there, a friend who laugh with you, cry with you and even shout if he's mad at you or scold you when you make mistakes. Yes, we all have a friend like that. Friends are important to us especially when we are in downfall. Friends are their to give us a helping hand and lift us up to the highest.

A friend is a gift from God, so let us treasure and enjoy every single moment we spend with him. Let us not waste our time quarrelling, fighting against each other. There's a saying "Two hands are

better than one". Yes, indeed. Because when one falls down, someone will lift you up. Friends are meant to be our "kakampi" not our "kaaway". So, if you are not in harmony with your friend... say "sorry" and make friends with him/her. Don't let it pass away. If you can do it now, do it now.

And also, don't forget to spend time with your friend/s because time is the best way to show that you love him/her. Cherish every minute, every second that you are together.

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Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Not Feeling Well...

Just this morning, I started to have my runny nose and tonight its getting worst. This gives me a headache! I think this runny nose is the result of those sleepless nights making my Case Sharing about the damn topic Cervical Cancer and also to my groupmates who didn't help making the C.S. La! I'm so, so, so tired and exhausted today... I just want to sleep for the rest of my life. Chao.

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