Tuesday, February 27, 2007

I'm back!!



Original post: I'm back!!

Finally, i'm back!

I believe some of you out there might wanna know how I went through my very first CNY away from home. Honestly, it's was great! Staying in my sister's house was warm and cosy. I miss a lot of things there...nice meals, great people, air-coned room...and most of all, the TV and the DVD player. Believe or not, I actually watched 9 movies throughout the break! Some I watched with the DVD player and some in the cinemas.

I come to know more about kids after staying in my sister's house. Playing and communicating with my nephews helps me to discover ways to make children happy. Haha...can't wait to see my nephew turns into a man.

However, CNY atmosphere in KL is definately very much different from Sibu. In Sibu, everyone is visiting everyone, traffice jams are common. But in KL, no traffic jam and no crowds along the roads. Everyone is away...

Be thankful if you were celebrating this CNY in Sibu. You can eat a lot of things, get a lot of angpaos. Isn't that nice? I start to treasure the new year cakes and angpao after this CNY. I believe, and hopefully that next year I'll be celebrating CNY in Sibu, though I like to stay in my sister's house as well. Anyway, I believe you guys will also experience this soon, very soon.



I'm back!!



Original post: I'm back!!

Finally, i'm back!

I believe some of you out there might wanna know how I went through my very first CNY away from home. Honestly, it's was great! Staying in my sister's house was warm and cosy. I miss a lot of things there...nice meals, great people, air-coned room...and most of all, the TV and the DVD player. Believe or not, I actually watched 9 movies throughout the break! Some I watched with the DVD player and some in the cinemas.

I come to know more about kids after staying in my sister's house. Playing and communicating with my nephews helps me to discover ways to make children happy. Haha...can't wait to see my nephew turns into a man.

However, CNY atmosphere in KL is definately very much different from Sibu. In Sibu, everyone is visiting everyone, traffice jams are common. But in KL, no traffic jam and no crowds along the roads. Everyone is away...

Be thankful if you were celebrating this CNY in Sibu. You can eat a lot of things, get a lot of angpaos. Isn't that nice? I start to treasure the new year cakes and angpao after this CNY. I believe, and hopefully that next year I'll be celebrating CNY in Sibu, though I like to stay in my sister's house as well. Anyway, I believe you guys will also experience this soon, very soon.



Friday, February 16, 2007

Hey! It's Chinese New Year!

Original post: Hey! It's Chinese New Year!

"Chai shen dao! Chai shen dao!"

I always wonder why the CNY is always accosiated with money. Why people always greet each other with ''Gong Xi Fat Choi"? Shouldn't the CNY be pure away from money?

How many people think about their loved ones during CNY? How many people try to make proper new year's resolution during CNY? And...how many people do think about God during CNY? Shouldn't we be thankful to the Lord for what he has done throughout the past year?

I like this: "Standing here, in your presence, thinking of the goodness you have done...'' -For who you are, Hillsong. I think that is a very meaningful lyrics. We should think of what God has done for us and the people around us for the past year. By this, we will remember about God's grace and mercy...

That's not all about CNY, I think we need to make our own new year resolution. Try to set a target to spread the gospel as much as we can this coming year. Pray for wisdom and strength. Pray that the people around us will open their hearts and let God comes into our live. Pray that God will soften the hearts. Pray that God will change the people around us who needs him. Pray that He will draw us nearer again and again. Prayed that we will get touched once more...

Isn't that the CNY a time for us to pray? Let us remember our commitment to Christ in the midst of our celebration...

Happy Chinese New Year to everyone who read this. God bless and Emmanuel...

And..............I miss home!!! Take care everyone back in Sibu. See you soon.

Monday, February 12, 2007

The Day has COME...

Original post: The Day has COME...

Everybody listen!! The day has finally come...28th of February...the day I'll probably cry till I die...

For your information, SPM result is going to be released on that day! I wonder if that will be one of my glorious days or just the opposite...i believe it's 90/10 la... I can imagine myself listening a phone and cry...hehe...hopefully that won't happen to me.

Chinese New Year will be coming very soon...I wanna wish everyone here a Happy Blessed Chinese New Year!! Don't miss me ah...everyone back in Sibu...haha...

Thursday, February 8, 2007

Standing firm...

Original post: Standing firm...

What a week I have!

I was unable to online for the longest period in the near 2 years time of my life. I was very busy with my assignments and truly, I'm no bluffing. But that's not all what causes that...the worst part is that I was sick!! It was about two years time back since my last sickness(which involved headache, fever and vomiting all together), yeah, I bet you guys still remember, it was the time when I was having my PMR. Anyway, thank God that I have recovered.

Last Friday and Saturday I attended a conference at my church, the FGA Kuala Lumpur. The title of the conference was ''Converge'' and the speaker is a Singaporean, Dr A. George. I would like to summarise up what he shared. He said the generation borned after the year 1967 will receive the third pour out of the spirit from heaven. The 1st and 2nd time was back in 1520 (reformation) and 1906 (the birth of the Pentecost). So I think it's important for us the generation after 1967 to stand firm in Christ in WHATEVER situation and trust the Lord so that we can receive and feel the pouring out of the spirit. And bear in mind, do try your very very best to preach the Gospel to everyone you know. I wanna elaborate more on this.

After I came to KL, I realise how small the ammount of Christians here...so so so many souls to save. I have tried to tell the Gospel to few of my closest friends but not yet succeeded at the moment. Let me give you an example. Em...I believe you all like kampua right?? Sibu people ma...who dont like kampua. Everybody in Sibu loves it. You dont have to tell or ask others whether you like it or not. Most or all the people will say yes including you, I suppose. But imagine when you come to KL, no one knows about kampua, no one eat before, no one knows how good it is. Then how are you going to tell them how good it is?? No matter how much effort you put in, they still dont feel the ''yummy'' of it. Not until they tried it, and then they will say ''YES! DELICIOUS!" I believe I'm in this situation. In Sibu, most of my friends are Christians (hopefully you are), we seldom talk about how good our God is because everybody knows. Then in KL, no matter how much you say, people wont feel and get it. It's actually the same thing. So, you really need to have passion in Christ in order to describe and let them feel the love and the truth of Christ. But always remember, we are the sowers, and ONLY God personally will make the plant grow. I believe I have done my part, I will just watered the plant in my prayers and let God do the rest.

But please do strengthen yourself in your faith and love for God before you join in the spiritual battle, or else you will got KILLED! Serious here...Dont be the type which is ''lukewarm'', which is not too hot and not too cold. If you dont stand firm in Christ, you will only get pulled away by satan once you try to tell other who God is...cuz bear in mind, they will also tell you how good their god is...

So STAND FIRM, my friend, ever stedfast ever sure.

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