Currently working on an essay - still not sure how it is going to turn out - that will mostly be centred on primarily God's Kingdom and humanity (both of Jesus Christ and ours), I recently came across this fascinating poem by C.S. Lewis that I had never heard of. Have a listen or a … Continue reading On Being Human by C.S. Lewis
Assuming the worst about others' motives hurts. Of course I am speaking as one who has done it and has been hurt by it as well, so I am not saying I am any better. Two quotes I really like that often speak to cases like these: “Don't judge a man by where he is, … Continue reading Assigning Motives
This is to add on my previous post on our Colossians study. For in Him all the fullness of God was pleased to dwell (Col 1:19) For in Him the whole fullness of deity dwells bodily (Col 2:9) The fullness of God - something that is incredibly difficult to be described precisely in our own … Continue reading The Fullness of God
Finally, we concluded our Colossians study today. This is the second time in the past three years that we have done a study on this epistle, yet these words never cease to amaze. To summarise a few points that encourage: We have a hope laid up in heaven (1:5); the Christ in us individually and corporately … Continue reading The Cosmic Lordship of Christ (Colossians)
Another year, another ONE. weekend away, with the ones who have, for the past two and a half years, taught me to embody and extend grace, to love deep in spirit and dig deep in truth. I wish I could keep these moments in a time capsule. Perhaps for now the best I can do … Continue reading ONE. Weekend Away 2018
"Jesus wept" (John 11:35): the shortest verse in the Bible. (At least as far as I know, in English.) And yet how much weight of sorrow and simplicity it carries, expressing Jesus’ humanity to its finest.
If you are going to read only one post I have written this year, I invite you to consider this one, since I am really opening up myself this time. I have always held this to be true: if you think you have seen and tasted enough of Christ, just wait until he strips away … Continue reading || My Confessions.|| 2017