Zoom church services was a blessing throughout the CoViD situation. But will it become an excuse to continue “worship” due to your fear of the virus?
On that first day of AVPI 2011, teachers and students and everyone else were in a flurry of activity, hustling and bustling to get to their classrooms. Everybody was excited, […]
It was June 2011 when I posted this on my blog. Reading back, I could still feel the intense emotion and gratitude that I felt from this event. A.V.P.I is not just an ordinary Bible School for me. It was the event that was used by God to wake me up from the reality of my spiritual life. I have been saved long before this but the growth in my Christian life had been so slow and almost stagnant.
For me, it’s a wake-up call. I venture to so many things but the one matters most was almost completely taken for granted. Thankfully, my God is still merciful and He has never forgotten me.
Our lives are likely to be compared to a road. A road in which we take to reach our final destination.
I had a difficult time choosing what road I’ll be taking.
I thought that it was okay to be going around in circles enjoying the sceneries. I was going the way that has no destination. (Proverbs 14:12: There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death.) I’m talking about the situation I was in before I knew that there was another way, another road that would lead me somewhere.