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Unto God

These few weeks have really been about walking out Col 3:23 for me. LOVED Pst Tan's message - it's so true. It's easier to 'have faith in the greatness of your own faith' than to have faith in the goodness of God.

Been having trouble sleeping the past few weeks. I'm in the midst of organizing a clean tech conference in school in super short time and limited resources - on top of that, my mind has to constantly change mode from project meeting to project meeting, to leaders' meeting to ministry to all the various other committments in cell group and my own committment to my family and friends.

I'm so thankful for the pre-semester post - it helped me remind myself that I have sat down, counted the cost, and agreed to commit. It's about burnt bridges and swearing to my own hurt now.

But after the word shared by Pst Tan, I was so released to know that I can truly let go of the burdens. Not because there's going to be less to do, but because despite everything, God is good. From the mercy of my fellow project mates, FYP professor (who reminds me of Sun!) and the favor and understanding of family and friends... without all these, it would be impossible to do what I have to do.

Col 3:23 (NIV)
"Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men,"

Most importantly, every project I have needs to be approved by God. After that, there's absolutely no doubt that things will pull through. A lot of pain, but gotta just put my mind towards the purpose of it, and rise up beyond the stress.

Seriously, I've never been more alive, walking out what I believe :)


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