Genie in a bottle

Genie in a bottle

“You may ask for anything in my name and I will do it.”( John chapter 14, verse 14).  This verse confirms to us as Christians that not only can God do anything, but we have the right to ask him for anything..

  • Why is my plant not growing?

    (Fictional) One day I got a small plant in a flower pot as a gift. Feeling much gratitude of the gift, I decided to give my best in making sure that this plant grows to its fullest stature and maturity, bearing much fruit and good fragrance for many to enjoy.

  • Cosmic child abuse

    Because we were worth dying for is perhaps one of the biggest lies that some Christians propagate.

  • Keep Your Pants On

    Cue smoke machine. Worship with me. Raise your hands, sway to the music as the Spirit leads you in contemporary dance. Shout a Hallelujah. Praise the Lord. Pants off.

  • Great is Your faithfulness

    If there was one word I would use to describe this year so far, it would be faithfulness.

  • At the pit: a prayer

    O Lord, You have made me new, yet how is my heart still as black as coal?

  • Am I doing it right?

    In the age of social media and hyper-connectedness, we can chose to share any aspect of our lives to an infinite audience.

  • Presence over productivity

    I don’t know about you, but the world just seems busy. I find when I ask people the question, “how are you doing?”, 90% of the time the answer is: “busy”.

  • What ‘Rejoicing Always’ Looks Like

    Recently we’ve been going through Philippians at church. It is full of Paul’s warmth and encouragement about how the Philippians are doing but also warnings about suffering, hardship, and perseverance they are going to continue to face as Christians.

  • Quiet grace

    My boss was fuming.  Not at me personally, but at my department and in particular at one of my staff members who had made a serious error of judgement.

  • None of us knows how long this will be

    The title, None of us knows how long this will be, could be the latest newspaper headline. However, it was believed to have been written when Jerusalem was under Babylonian attack in about 586 BC.

  • Come, Lord Jesus

    Words every believer would have heard at least once in their Christian journey. Also words that we probably do not dwell on given the number of times we hear them and still don’t see.. well… the end.