“Do not be anxious or worried about anything, but in everything [every circumstance and situation] by prayer and petition with thanksgiving, continue to make your [specific] requests known to God” - Philippians 4:6 You have no end if you are in Christ. So be encouraged soul. Don’t be carried away or burdened by the “nows”. … Continue reading Mute it
“So Jacob served seven years for Rachel, and they seemed to him but a few days because of the love he had for her.” GENESIS 29: 20 The love that Jacob had for Rachel was so intense that his labor of seven years, for her, passed by like few days. Before, when my son fell sick, … Continue reading It seems like few days
“To grant to those who mourn in Zion—to give them a beautiful headdress instead of ashes, the oil of gladness instead of mourning, the garment of praise instead of a faint spirit; that they may be called OAKS of righteousness, the planting of the Lord, that he may be glorified.” (Isaiah 61: 3) For an oak tree … Continue reading The fall of an OAK TREE
The allowance of evil is perfectly under the sovereignty of a Good God. Why? What? The Origin of Evil is still unknown. But, it’s defined on the basis of the existence of Good. Darkness doesn’t have an identity of its own, it’s the absence of LIGHT. If good doesn’t exist, then evil cannot be termed … Continue reading What is Evil? Where did it come from?
In prayer, I was telling God, how unbearable it is when certain people hurt, has a wrong intentions, doesn't respond encouragingly and more than that, will not believe God has something wonderful in store. Sometimes, this strange expectations make you fall deep down and the ache is beyond contain. I, at times, feel someone hammering … Continue reading Blissful Soar
The two most alarming instances for me in the Bible were when Jesus never turned up to see His cousin - John the Baptist who was imprisoned, and when He delayed in coming to Lazarus' home while he was sick. Whenever I read these two cases, I avoid pondering on them; as it hurts deeply … Continue reading He didn’t come – Part 1