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Study His Word


The Bible is a love letter from God to you. What makes the Bible so exciting is not the book itself, but the fact that through it we encounter the person we love. The whole Bible is about Jesus. 

The more time you invest in studying and applying God’s word to your life, the greater benefit you will experience. Make this a high priority. Give time to embracing the words of Jesus and you will not regret it.

The parable of the growing seed shows that once the words of Jesus have been planted in your life, you can expect to bear fruit. You reap later. You may need to be patient while you wait for the harvest. But you can be sure that if you keep on sowing the seed, you will reap far, far more than what you have sown. The harvest will come.

Lord, help me not only to hear your words but also to speak them to others and see the extraordinary power of the word of God to transform my life and those around me.

Who’s 1st, 2nd, 3rd?


During the weekend there was a session about priorities. We were given five cards – each with a word on it: ‘work’, ‘God’, ‘ministry’, ‘husband/wife’ and ‘children’. We were asked to rank these in order of priority.

What would be your order?

The right order should be: first of all God, Your relationship with God should be your number one priority. Then wife (my primary calling), children,  job (my primary ministry), and finally ministry – which, though obviously very important, should not be allowed to displace the primary responsibilities of my life. As the philosopher Goethe put it, ‘Things which matter most must never be at the mercy of things which matter least.’
Put first things first. The things which matter most to God should take first place in our lives.

Your great commission 


Lord, thank you that you send me out to go and make disciples of all nations and you promise that the presence of Jesus will go with me as I do so.

God’s way


First comes God’s call and vision; then follows all the challenges and difficulties before you see the promise fulfilled. God’s way is not always easy – it is extraordinarily challenging but, at the end of the day, wonderfully fulfilling.

Use your gifts


Be faithful with whatever you have been given. It is no good wishing that you had been given more. You are simply called to do the best you can with what you have.

To be faithful means to use the gifts and abilities that God has given you. Many of us are tempted to be like the third servant who said, ‘I was afraid’ (v.25). We hide our talents because we are afraid of failure and what others may think of us, or of the hard work and responsibility that may be involved.

It has been said that, ‘The greatest mistake you could make in life is to be continually fearing you will make one.’

The servant who received five talents and the one who received two talents must both have had to risk losing it all. Step out in faith, use your gifts and risk failure.

Holy Ground

Hi everyone! The start of this year was really a tough one as I had to deal with the loss of my father. However, I thank God for His mercy and grace as He had already prepared me for this way before.

Today, I would like to share with you this awesome DVD that I had the privilege of watching, the massive gospel campaign that was held in Tema/ Ashaiman, Ghana. It documents the remarkable change of a dump site to a holy ground! Praise be to God! A live praise and worship experience led by Daniel Kolenda! Hear it and see it for yourself!


Head over to http://www.cfan.org.sg/holyground.htmlto get your copy and be blessed! Keep connected with Daniel at http://danielkolenda.com

Touched by Jesus at CfaN Meeting

You are a chosen people

Jesus never tells us to withdraw from the world. The challenge is to be ‘in the world’ but not ‘of the world’. We are called to resist the temptations of the world around us.

Don’t be enticed into sin by the fact that everybody else seems to be doing something. Something is not acceptable just because others are doing it.

The enticement of the world is very strong. Yet, nothing is too hard for the Lord.

Lord, I pray that in the year ahead you will give me the strength to resist all the temptations of the world and not to be enticed into sin.

Think ahead, plan ahead, but don’t worry ahead. Faith is the antidote to worry.

As Corrie ten Boom put it: ‘Worry does not empty tomorrow of sorrow; but it empties today of strength.’

“But you are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, His own special people, that you may proclaim the praises of Him who called you out of darkness into His marvelous light;” – ‭‭I Peter‬ ‭2:9‬ ‭NKJV‬‬

To be like Jesus

To return good for good is human. To return good for evil is the way of Jesus.

Lord, help me this year to follow your directions for life and to spread blessing wherever I go.

Walk in love

Blessed morning my dear brothers and sisters! Today, I wanted to share with you about something I heard from “The Porch”. Handling offenses of life and reconciliation in the context of a child. (Matthew 18) When you discipline and scold a child, he just comes back hugging you and wanting the love from you. They don’t say, “go away, I’m mad at you!” There’s no grudges, they’re free in their heart, “I just want to be close to you again” – because they don’t have pride.

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