Passion lost fire?

by Saturday, April 30, 2011


Today, I just want to share with you guys a story that is related to the title I am going to share about today: passion lost fire?

There was this fox that had been staying at home for many days without food. He told himself:
“I must go out to get food. If not, I am going to die of starvation!”
Having walked for hours, in the forest, the fox still could not find any food. At that instant, while he was going to give up searching for food, a cute little bunny walked passed him. The fox thought to himself:
“I must get my food!”
And so, he chased after the bunny. The bunny, knowing that he is going to be preyed on, ran as fast as he could to save his life. The bunny outran the fox.

The fox was puzzled. He questioned himself why he could not outrun the bunny. Therefore, he decided to seek the wise man’s help:
Fox: “Hey wise man, hey wise man! I want to seek your advice!”
Wise man: “Sure! Shoot your question.”
Fox: “Earlier on, when I was searching for food in the forest, I saw this bunny and wanted eat him. I thought I could outrun the bunny. Unexpectedly, I did not get my food. Why is this so that the bunny could outrun me? I am stronger than he!”
Wise man: “Well, why don’t you ask the lion? He should be able to give you the answer. He is living not far from here.”
Fox: “Okay wise man. I’ll do just that!”

So, the silly fox walked to the lion’s house, excitedly wanting his question to be answered. When he reached the lion’s house, the lion was so hungry that he wanted to eat the fox. The fox then realized that he was in danger and ran for his life. Fortunately, he outran the lion.

After much running, the fox was enraged because he thought the wise man wanting to have him killed. He rushed back to the wise man’s house and shouted:

Fox: “Wise man, you want to have me dead? Why do you send me to that stupid lion? I almost got killed!”
Wise man: “Well, you asked me what is the reason the bunny outrun you. So, now, do you get your answer?”

I realized this: it would be a different case if the bunny or the fox was distracted, maybe due to the great sea view or the tempting grape trees. The outcome of the story would be changed; either the bunny or the fox would be eaten by their predators.

Hence, I learn a moral from this story:
Not being distracted, we shall run with all our strength to achieve our goals.
For the bunny and the fox's case, their goal was to run as fast as they could so that they will not die in the hands of their predators.

To this moral, I shall relate to today's post title: passion lost fire?

Christians, think back to the time you accepted Christ. It was the first time you experienced the Holy Spirit in your life, strengthening you. And, like fresh fire, your passion for the lost and for the needy started to rise, as God let you feel the burden He has for His people.
As time goes by, when you start to get tired for failures, working life or school, you may begin to get so affected by all these problems till you start to shift your focus on solving them.

And today, a question lies ahead:
Have your passion for Christ lost fire?

From Matthew 5:13,
“You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty again? It is no longer good for anything, except to be thrown out and trampled underfoot.

The same goes for our passion. When you are so fired up for Christ, you are salty. But if you let other reasons affect your passion, the salt can regain its saltiness again. Therefore, make sure your passion remains like wildfire, forever staying salty. For Jesus is worthy, hence I know it is worth all my life to run this race for Him, with all my strength. Even at times when you feel tired, and you need strength; remember that the Holy Spirit is with you always, refreshing you so that you will be able to do His work each day. Immanuel, our God is with us!

Again, I shall end my post with this note for non-Christian believers:
I run for Christ because I am experiencing a fresh love encounter from Him every single day. And I believe God wants me to tell you that He wants to encounter you and let you experience His love; love like no other!
Click HERE to experience His love: it is only a prayer away!

He is my help

by Wednesday, April 27, 2011


I lift up my eyes to the mountains— where does my help come from? My help comes from the LORD, the Maker of heaven and earth.
Psalm 121:1-2 

Inspired by Psalm 121:1-2, I decided to create a poem:

When I am troubled or in need
I find myself in a dark room
Without any strength, oh how my soul fears!
I long to get up, but realized that I can't
For my strength is limited
I search, and I try to seek help
I cried out in desperation
Not long after a bright spark filled the whole room
Brightening every corner and making me feel at peace
And I heard an assuring voice from above:
O precious child, I am with you always
Remember, you are not alone...

The heavy redemption

by Monday, April 25, 2011


Since the children have flesh and blood, he too shared in their humanity so that by his death he might destroy him who holds the power of death— that is, the devil— and free those who all their lives were held in slavery by their fear of death.
Hebrews 2:14-15

For this reason he had to be made like his brothers in every way, in order that he might become a merciful and faithful high priest in service to God, and that he might make atonement for the sins of the people.
Hebrews 2:17

Imagine yourself being in the shoes of Jesus: mocked, flogged, tortured, thereafter being hung on the cross. What a heavy redemption He paid just for our sins!

When I first watched this video at the Good Friday service, I felt so touched as I thought how great is Jesus who paid His life just for our sins. And for the drama crew that did the skit titled be set free, just want to give one thumbs up to you people: you guys are simply awesome! :D

Today, while I was finding the same video to put into my blog, I just felt God has a message for us:

Look at my Son, the pain that He bore just for you. Just as He is not ashamed when He paid the price for your sins, will you also be bolder in sharing the Gospel to the people I am placing beside you?

Well, this message speaks strongly to me. Even though I have been sharing the gospel in the cyber world, when it comes to verbally sharing this, I guessed I've failed much...

Since I just commenced school and am placed in a new environment, with a new circle of friends, I realised that there are lost sheep around me. Initially, I was rather enthustatic when I first met those people. It was just a simple conversation to ask about their religion and then telling them that Jesus loves them. However, when lessons start, this thought of fear came suddenly just before I want to share the gospel: the factor of consequence. I was afraid if my relationship with my friends would be affected because I shared the gospel; if we would end up feeling awkward.

I know the gospel so well, and I questioned myself: what is holding me back? I feel rather guilty that just because of fear, I hesitated. Still, I am aware that God has forgiven me and He is spurring me on to share the gospel to them.

As ambassadors of Christ, a challenge lay ahead of us:
Will we share the gospel, no matter what the consequence may be?

I pray for more boldness to be in me, and for His spirit to guide me along this gospel sharing time. Also, for you who are reading this message, I pray for more boldness to be in you also...

For I am not ashamed of this good news about Christ. It is the power of God at work, saving everyone who believes.
Romans 1:16
Don't think of the short term consequence you may face; the awkwardness between your relationships or the disappointments you may receive, but think of the long term joy your friend will be getting when he or she is saved!

Together, lets take up this challenge and win many souls to Christ in this week. Whether you are going for street evangelism or sharing to your friends, I pray that boldness will rise up in all of us and the kingdom of the Lord is going to grow! (Hope that you can also comment on this blog if you have any salvation reports to share or have any encouragement for the blog readers...)

Lastly, as usual, I want to address to those who do not know this Jesus and are reading this blog. Remember, you are not reading this by chance; Jesus wants to save you! Because He loves you too much, He was willing to pay the price on the cross for your sins. You do not need to die on the cross to be saved. It just takes a simple step of faith to say the sinner's prayer, to change your citizenship from hell to heaven.

Are you willing to accept Jesus as your personal Lord and Savior? If yes is your answer, please click HERE to say the salvation prayer. God hears you and you are going to have a life changing experience when you encounter the love of Christ! (Hope that you will choose to be saved, thereafter you may submit your salvation report to share the joy!)

Not for my glory

by Wednesday, April 20, 2011


I ever questioned myself: if Jesus was not in my life, what would I be blogging about? Hmmm... Maybe I would be blogging like what bloggers usually blog on: their boring day, encounters with friends, complaints about their teacher's teaching style, and their hatred on someone. Just want to take this opportunity to thank God for His available word being in my life, playing a part in my Christian walk. If not for Him, where would I be? What would I be blogging about?

I thank Jesus for the freedom I can have today through the redemption of His pure blood. Because He chose to hang on the cross, I can now experience His love and forgiveness, and I know I will never be the same after I had an love encounter with Him.

As I had mentioned in the previous post Amazing Grace, I know that I am a sinner; someone not worthy to accomplish His work. However, I thank God that, because of His abundant love, my imperfection is washed away and I am made perfect through the perfect king. Therefore, I will not only live my life to please the will of the Father, I will also blog for the glory of God:

“If the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.”
John 8:36
And I assured I am free through Jesus!

“God gives wisdom and knowledge and joy”
Ecclesiastes 2:23

“I will instruct you and teach you in the way which you shall go. I will counsel you with my eye on you.”
Psalm 32:8
I know I am not blogging on my own; I am blogging with the wisdom and knowledge God has been providing me with.

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Also, I would like to take this opportunity to thank Christian Bloggers Clan for featuring me as this month's blogger. For Christian bloggers, you may click HERE to join their clan...

And lastly, a song to share...


Where would we be without you Lord?

Lyrics:
May my life speak Your words
May my heart beat with Yours
Let Your light shine in me all my days

God of grace, God of truth
Lord my soul longs for You
I will live for You God all my days

Jesus Christ
The Name above all names
Risen King
We long to bring You praise

Jesus reigns
All glory to Your Name
All power to Your Name
Forever

Jesus reigns
Let all creation praise
The Name above all names
Forever
Jesus reigns

Spirit of God, we cry out for You now
We cry out
Where would we be without You, Jesus
Where would we be without You, Lord

Amazing Grace

by Saturday, April 16, 2011


What a wretched man I am! Who will rescue me from this body that is subject to death? Thanks be to God, who delivers me through Jesus Christ our Lord!
Romans 7:24-25

As a sinner, since my sinful nature is within me, sometimes I may not be able to overcome temptation. Thereafter, sin takes root and guilt follows. In the past I would feel so condemned and angry at myself. I thank Jesus that His grace is always showering upon me, over pouring like a river. It sometimes made me realise that as sinners, we may not be able to fathom the grace and love God has for His children. I also thank God for placing leaders beside me where my faith could be lifted and I could discover God in a deeper and stronger way.

This was what my disciple (Karina) told me during one of my foundation lessons with her, while I was talking about my week and the sins I had committed. At that time, I could not get out of that condemnation, and I felt such great guilt weighing upon my shoulders; and this was what she told me:

Never be sin conscious; be God conscious

At the minute when I heard this sentence, as though I drank 10 cans of red bull, I thought that I was as light as a feather; and I was born again! And at that instance I knew that I was forgiven and my sins were wiped away, all by the blood of Jesus. And I thank God for His mercy upon me. Although His laws were fixed, because He loves His children too much that He doesn’t want us to suffer in hell, he decided to send a holy sacrifice, Jesus, so that our sins will be wiped away and we will be spared from condemnation.

Today, for those who feels like the past me, a heavy weight (sin) on your shoulders, just want to let you people know there is a God who wants to reach out to you and lift this heavy burden from your shoulders. His mercies are new every morning, and He wants you to experience the love and mercy He has for you. All you need to do is to invite Him into your life…

And for me, I continue to stand in awe of His Amazing Grace!

Out of his fullness we have all received grace in place of grace already given.
John 1:16



Lyrics:
Amazing grace, How sweet the sound
That saved a wretch like me
I once was lost, but now I'm found
Was blind, but now I see
'Twas grace that taught my heart to fear
And grace my fears relieved
How precious did that grace appear
The hour I first believed

My chains are gone, I've been set free
My God, my Savior has ransomed me
And like a flood His mercy reigns
Unending love, amazing grace

The Lord has promised good to me
His word my hope secures
He will my shield and portion be
As long as life endures

My chains are gone, I've been set free
My God, my Savior has ransomed me
And like a flood His mercy reigns
Unending love, amazing grace

The earth shall soon dissolve like snow
The sun forbear to shine
But God, who called me here below
Will be forever mine
Will be forever mine

I have decided to follow Jesus

by Sunday, April 10, 2011
A great song!! Take it as a declaration people!!



I'll never regret following Jesus, even if it means my life!

Lyrics:
I have decided to follow Jesus
I have decided to follow Jesus
I have decided to follow Jesus
No turning back, no turning back

Tho' none go with me, I still will follow
Tho' none go with me, I still will follow
Tho' none go with me, I still will follow
No turning back, no turning back

My cross I carry, till I see Jesus
My cross I carry, till I see Jesus
My cross I carry, till I see Jesus
No turning back, no turning back

The world behind me, the cross before me
The world behind me, the cross before me
The world behind me, the cross before me
No turning back, no turning back

A purpose to live for

by Saturday, April 09, 2011


Some beliefs that we have may be because of our parents; the things that they cultivate in our lives from a tender age. For instance, religion. We follow our parents religion because they believe. I start to ask myself this question:

What do people live for? The most basic answer I can give to you is this:

We live to seek the truth.

This is because of the rise in curiousity. Though we may be taught from young to obey our parents, curiosisity sometimes will knock at our doors, question our beliefs. Thereafter, we start to seek the truth to clarify if everything that we believe in is really the truth.

Truth also supplies us with strength. The reason why people sometimes never gain strength though they thought they believed in the truth is this:

The truth they believed in is not the real truth. This means that they have been living with the concept of the false truth; thinking that the truth they have been believing in is the real truth. In actual fact, it is not. I would say that this is a kind of hypnotisis. People who have false beliefs and expect strength from these will usually find out that, in the long run, strength is never coming from their beliefs, and they will start to lose faith.

For a truth, I have one: I put my trust in Jesus. Since stepping into Christianity is never a religion but a relationship with Him, whenever I engage or get closer to Him, I realise that strength is coming out from heaven above. Yes, sometimes I may doubt the reality of Him, but when I turn to Him from my doubts, I get my answer that He is the only truth I can count on in life. Thereafter, instead of losing faith, hunger will rise up and I will be more eager to seek Him.

The word also serves as a check for the truth I believe in:

“ Now I know that you are a man of God and that the word of the LORD from your mouth is the truth.”
1 Kings 17:24

Guide me in your truth and teach me, for you are God my Savior, and my hope is in you all day long.
Psalm 25:5

For this is what the LORD says— he who created the heavens, he is God; he who fashioned and made the earth, he founded it; he did not create it to be empty, but formed it to be inhabited— he says: “ I am the LORD, and there is no other. I have not spoken in secret, from somewhere in a land of darkness; I have not said to Jacob’s descendants, ‘Seek me in vain.’ I, the LORD, speak the truth; I declare what is right.
Isaiah 45:18-19

For the law was given through Moses; grace and truth came through Jesus Christ.
John 1:17

“ Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”
John 8:32

“ I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.”
John 14:6

I know that Jesus is the truth, and it is my prayer that those who seek the truth yet did not get any strength out of your beliefs will turn to Jesus. Strength will rise as we wait upon the Lord, for He is the only truth...


I search for truth, and all I found was you, my God, I'll only ever give my all!

Second chance

by Tuesday, April 05, 2011
Once when I felt so condemned due to sinning, I decided to turn away from God. Feeling so unworthy, I ran as fast as I could trying to play hide and seek with the Lord. But this was what He told me…
“My child, always remember that my arms are always opened for you, waiting for you to come back. All you need to do is to turn back to me, and I will embrace you with my loving arms.”

Till today, I always thank God for giving me this second chance to come back to Him. Without him, I wouldn’t be where I am today. Thank you Jesus!!


PS: Jesus supports yellow ribbon, because He is a God of second chances!! :p



They refused to listen and failed to remember the miracles you performed among them. They became stiff-necked and in their rebellion appointed a leader in order to return to their slavery. But you are a forgiving God, gracious and compassionate, slow to anger and abounding in love. Therefore you did not desert them, even when they cast for themselves an image of a calf and said, ‘This is your god, who brought you up out of Egypt,’ or when they committed awful blasphemies.
Nehemiah 9:17-18

Has God forgotten to be merciful? Has he in anger withheld his compassion?
Psalm 77:9

You, You are God

by Saturday, April 02, 2011
Just unusual to blog 2 times a day.. Ha but I just can't resist blogging again.. All due to this song!!



Here I am, I've come to find You
Here I am, to see Your grace
To bring to You an offering, I have to ask myself one thing
How can I do anything but praise, I praise

You, You are God, You are Lord
You are all I'm living for
You are King of everything
I want my life to praise You

Here I am, I've come to thank You
Here I am, a life You've changed
Because You gave Your life for me, You crucified Your Son for me
How can I do anything but praise, I praise


You, You are God, You are Lord
You are all I'm living for
You are King of everything
I want my life to praise You

You are God, You are Lord
You are all I'm living for
You are King of everything
I want my life to praise You
You, You are God, You are Lord
You are all I'm living for
You are King of everything
I want my life to praise You
You are God, You are Lord
You are all I'm living for
You are King of everything
I want my life to praise You
I want my life to praise You
I want my life to praise You

Liar! Liar! Pants on fire!

by Saturday, April 02, 2011

The kingdom of the devil is nothing but hopelessness...

Scrolling back to all the previous post I had typed, I analysed that all these posts had been talkin a lot about Jesus. I just thought if I could now put a bit of my focus to our enemy: the devil.

I begin with the contents of this post, titled Liar! Liar! Pants on fire!

What is the most suitable word to describe the devil? If you ask me, I would say liar. The devil’s life is always full of lies, and it’s as though if he doesn’t lie each day, he can’t pass his day. My friends sometimes may pass out this comment when someone lies:

Liar! Liar! Pants on fire!

Well, a true description I would say. The devil’s pants are always on fire, in that hot burning furnace. And we can become easy targets for the devil to fool. In what easy circumstance may we become preys to the devil? Today, I am going to list them out.

1) Shakeable faith
This was what I learnt during my discipleship lesson a few weeks ago. The title of that lesson was man’s creation and fall. Why did Adam and Eve fall into the devil’s trap? It was because the devil offers half-truths, and, instead of turning to the Lord, Eve took matters into her hands, and, while her faith was not yet strong enough, she fell into temptation.

Let’s identify this with our daily life. Given an example, you have decided to lose weight. You drafted out a healthy diet and strongly decided to force yourself to stick to that diet. However, one day, when you were shopping, you passed by a candy confectionery shop, where the shop sells nothing but sweets, chocolates, and sugar biscuits. And your mind is fighting a fierce battle: the right side advised that you should wait till you have successfully lost weight, but the left side kept convincing you that eating a few of those snacks did not really mean harm to your weight. Well, I will wait till tomorrow then. Gave into temptation, and walked in to buy those sweets. What would be worse when you spotted this sign: ON OFFER! BUY ONE GET ONE FREE! WHILE STOCKS LAST!

Both scenarios suggest this: your faith is shakeable. If your faith is not strong in the Lord, when you meet with temptation, you are going to give in. If you have not been reading the bible for ages, or have not prayed for a long time, it is time to do so, if not, you will be finding out that you have been living a life full of sin. You need unshakeable faith to overcome temptation.

Misconception: temptation is sin. Definition of temptation: temptation leads to sin. However, temptation is never sin!

No temptation has overtaken you except what is common to mankind. And God is faithful; he will not let you be tempted beyond what you can bear. But when you are tempted, he will also provide a way out so that you can endure it.
1 Corinthians 10:13

And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from the evil one.
Matthew 6:13

2) Trials
When you are faced with a problem, the first thing you should do is to turn to Jesus. However, will you still listen to Him when this problem just seemed unable to solve?

For me, until now I have been praying for a restoration of peace to be brought into my family. A year has passed. Yet God just doesn’t seem to be moving. In times like this, it became the best time for the devil to show up. Saying stupid things like: where is God when you are in need? Look! He has forgotten you and forsaken you! However, I will choose to put my faith in Jesus even though the devil may paint a beautiful picture that Jesus is deceiving me. For He assured that He will never leave and forsake me (Hebrews 13:5).

I sometimes compare myself to those people who are living in other countries and are persecuted because of their faith in Jesus. Going to the website the voice of the Martyrs, I took a glance at those people’s faces that are locked up in jail. And I ask myself: what is my faith compared to these people? Even though they are persecuted and tortured for their faith, they still listened to the assuring voce of God, telling them that He will always be with them. All those persecuted people hold on to this: because Jesus is worthy, I will endure all the pain with Jesus beside me. I wondered if I will be like them, when being persecuted, will I still hold on to the promise that He has given me It all sums up with this question: are we willing to listen to the assuring voice of God, even in tough times?

Therefore, since we know that our God never leaves us, we need to pray that our ears will never be opened to the devil’s voice. Since Jesus is our victory, we need to understand that His voice will always be louder than the devil, surpassing the devil’s voice. What you can do later is to rebuke and ask the devil to shut his mouth up. For he is nothing but lies!

Consider it pure joy, my brothers and sisters, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith produces perseverance
James 1:2-3

But rejoice that you participate in the sufferings of Christ, so that you may be overjoyed when his glory is revealed.
1 Peter 4:13

3) Anger
People get angry easily, even for a simple matter. I remembered when I was an addict to a mobile game named doodle jump, I would pay for hours. Whenever the cute little green person drops, I will start to get angry. And later, the side effect comes. I will transfer all the anger I had on the game to other people, for instance, my family members who were always my easy target. Thankfully, I got out of this addiction.

Similarly, when we are angry, for example, when a person constantly fails us, we start to get angry. However, never shift your perspective that a person may give you onto God. If you do that, the voice of God will move further away from you, because you are angry at God, you will not listen to Him. The devil may spur you on and tell you: come on! Be angry at God! Remember, the devil’s pants are on fire.

“In your anger do not sin: Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry.”
Ephesians 4:26

Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry, because human anger does not produce the righteousness that God desires.
James 1:19-20

4) Fear
One of the roots to fear is worrying. Take for an example, when you are studying in secondary school. Because of the competitive nature you have, you decided to vie for the first place in class. However, you start to worry: oh no! There is a science test tomorrow! Ok, and so, you started putting your focus on science, but, unfortunately, forget that you have a social studies test tomorrow. Then you start to fear if you can get a quality pass for your science. Then you kept forcing yourself to do revision papers. Later, at school, during the first period, the social studies teacher came to announce: ok, let’s start with the test. In your heart, you start to blame yourself for being forgetful. There goes the battle for the first placing. For students, it is important to recognise that studies are not really everything after all.

I would admit that this is not the best example for the root of fear, but it is quite similar to what I am going to say now. I believe in life, everyone may have something we need to worry about every day. Deadlines may be one of the causes we may worry about. Worrying those deadlines may not be met, we start to fear if our work would be a good one. Good for us if it’s a quality work. If not, getting scolded by our superior my not be a good thing after all, especially if this is happening every day in your work. Then the devil start to implant thought in your head: do you know why you fear? Because Jesus is not here!

Another tactic the devil may use to impose fear on us is insecurity, especially when you are all alone. For me, having lived with my family members for so long, I am used to having people around me. Then, a few years ago, while I was alone in a public toilet, some playful kid came to close the door and switch off the lights. Feeling totally stunned, all that was going through my mind was loneliness. I realised I feared being lonely, without anyone around (Just want to clarify, for everyday business like being in the shower, its ok for me, but for such happenstance, my fear showed up…) And so, at that time, it was the best timing the devil could counter an attack: hey look! Where is your Jesus when you fear? Randomly, I chanced upon my mobile wallpaper and saw these few words: with God nothing is impossible. So, in my spirit, I shouted back the devil to flee from my presence, for I have a powerful God. I thank God that my fear of loneliness was partially removed, and He is constantly reminding me that He will never leave and forsake me. I cherish this promise a lot (But, for now, I am still unsure if that fear was totally gone... Maybe I will test it out... One day...)

Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.
Matthew 6:34

Even though I walk through the darkest valley, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me.
Psalm 23:4

Now, I shall conclude this post with a few points we all need to note:
  1. The devil offers half-truths, and half-truths are not true words at all, so take guard and don’t listen to the devil
  2. Strong faith is required so that you can be wary of the devil’s lies. Do so by constantly praying, reading God’s word, and applying this to your daily lives.
  3.  Even when you are going through tough times, Jesus is always with you, for He is our Immanuel. Continuously pray and place your faith on Jesus to believe He will carry you through the storms.
  4.  Even though the voice of the devil may sound assuring, you should not give in to his voice, but rather, listen to the voice of God and command that liar to shut up, with the power and authority in Jesus name.
  5.  One of the fruit of the spirit is self-control, and you need this so that you will not be easily angered and turn away from Jesus just because you are enraged. Pray that the spirit will always remind you to be holy, just as how our Father is. Be an imitator of Christ.
  6. Do not worry too much about life, but cast your cares upon the Lord and believe that His ways is the best for your life.
  7. If you have any fears in your life, keep praying that this fear will be taken away from you. It may be hard, but remember: with God nothing is impossible!
  8.  The only weapon to cease the lies of the devil is Jesus, so shout back to the devil with great boldness. (James 2:19, Revelation 12:11)



I hereby apologise that the post is wordy, but anyway, I pray that you will learn something from this post. God bless and may you have a good week ahead! :D
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