This week's Sabbath School lesson is entitled Seeing People Through Jesus' Eyes and it highlighted a story found in Mark 8:22-26. Of all the healing ministries of Jesus, this is the only instance when he healed a person with a second touch. The healing took place in two stages. But before we jump into the … Continue reading Through Heaven’s Eyes
I welcomed the Sabbath today in front of my piano recalling hymns and singing as I would if I were in church. I just had a four-day comprehensive exam this week and a new chapter of my life begins next week. I'm full of worries. And the future is all a blur. Nothing is certain … Continue reading All the Way (My Savior Leads Me)
I came across an interesting discussion in my quiet time tonight. Has anyone ever asked you, “How is your day going?” “Is everything all right with you today?” What if you asked God those questions? “God, how is Your day going?” What kind of response do you think you would receive? Possibly it would be … Continue reading A Heart That Beats With the Heart of Christ
This is an archive from my previous blog site originally posted on October 8, 2017. I began my 28-day study plan on the book of Proverbs from She Reads Truth last week and I am on my fourth day today. My reading was focused on Proverbs 4:1-7 which was headlined with Get Wisdom at Any Cost. Verses … Continue reading Get Wisdom At Any Cost
This is an archive from my previous blog site originally posted on August 17, 2017. It has been almost a month now that I've been in medschool. Everyday in class is basically God telling me the story of how He intricately formed the human body --- each nerve, each protein, each chemical --- in a … Continue reading Amazed Every Single Tims
In Luke 10, we read the story of two sisters---Mary and Martha. When Jesus came to their home, Martha went on her way preparing everything to make the best welcome for Jesus while Mary chose to sit still at His feet. In verse 40 we read that while Martha was too busy serving, she asked … Continue reading Does Jesus Care?
Ever since the quarantine started, I've been longing to see a beautiful sunset painting the sky with different hues of orange, yellow and red with the sun at its most golden slowly hiding itself on the endless blue horizon. My first attempt to see a sunset was last week, about 3 months into quarantine. My … Continue reading Flowers for Sunset