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Revelation (of my Randomness)

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Yay, finished Assignment 4... though it's 3 days late. =)

Revelation from 'The Church of the Living God' by Pst Ulf:

Spirit of revival comes first upon the believers, before it spreads throughout society.

Revival comes from God, to the church that is trained and prepared to receive the harvest.

Revival comes in the midst of darkness, persecution, rebellion, backsliding and lawlessness... so... don't be discouraged.

I agree. I'm being stretched like a rubber band. But just as my favorite teacher in primary school was the fiercest one, Chinese somemore(!), so I am also stepping into the joy of being discipled.

It always feels right to build from down upwards. Of course, getting down to ground zero is the price to pay.

To bring forth fruit, the seed must die. Even after the plant sprouts, the roots must keep extending deeper, for the tree to extend upwards - for the world to see.

Motivation, discipline, decision, conviction comes when you realize that the engine's on, God's foot is on the accelerator - TIME TO banish fear and open your eyes, grab a hold of the steering wheel (your God-given dreams and visions), and STEER!

God gives free will for you to bear the responsibility of your decisions. When the music fades, when the laughter dies, each to his own is left to face his life. Do you like yourself? Can you spend time alone with yourself? God isn't a refuge from... you.

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Watched Step Up 2! Yay-zoes for Jean who bought it! ;D Unlimited time gawking at toned bodies doing gravity-defying stuff on the dance-floor!

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