Monday, September 23, 2013
Saturday, August 31, 2013
Sunday, July 7, 2013
As the specialist walked into the ward, took a fast glance of which patient can be active enough to be discharged, he told me and one of the Medical officer that his job is to discharge patient from the ward. And true enough that day he discharged half of the ward’s patient. Surely I was glad, but the amount of discharge summaries that I need to finish is immense. I was telling God “Father, there is so much discharge summaries I need to handle , for sure I would not be able to go for lunch until I finish them all by myself. How nice if there is another houseofficer or medical officer to help me out to write.” But I knew I can only dream of it because in that ward, only one house officer handles the entire ward and the MO is busy most of the time. Anyway, what I did know is I got to finish up the summaries as fast as I can and if God wants to help me, then I will be very very glad.
While I was struggling to complete the 2nd summaries, suddenly a HO came into the ward wanting to use the computer there. She was planning to send a document to one of the specialists but she realized she had misunderstood after I told her that she does not need to do so. Then, she told me she is free to help to write the summaries. Before I can say anything, she sat down and started writing. At that moment of truth, I was so stunned and very surprised cause at that moment I knew God is answering my prayer in front of my eyes. I praised and gave all thanks and glory to Jesus. God will always help us in time of need.
After a while, one of the medical officer came in, sat down and started writing the summaries too , then followed by another MO , also did the same thing. I was speechless because it had never been a time where 4 people write discharge summaries in ward 20 before. Very obvious, God is running extra mile for me. Not long after the struggle, all the discharge summaries were completed and we all headed for lunch.
I am not very sure whether Christian all there acknowledge the very real and natures of God, His Love and Faithfulness are unending. I do believe God is working hard in the lives of Christian but do we realize His existence of help and presence. We tend to appraise our own works and accomplishments than to understand the Grace of God. So, be sensitive to the presence of God as it, no doubt, will strengthen our faith and love for God.
Blessed to be a blessing.
Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Friday, June 14, 2013
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
I believe there are many times or moment when we realise that there is a part in our life or heart that is untouched by the circumstances of life, but yet yearning to be filled and completed. Many of us will try all ways to make the part of life attended but to no avail and at the end of the day, it will be left untouched and incomprehensible by man. Nothing is far fetched from God. Nothing is untouched by God. God can touch the very part of that untouched heart. Only Him can make His way through to that part of life because only He has the key to your heart, provided you permit Him to come through. He is the only true source of Life. What is the meaning of True Living if it is not Jesus who created us in Love , watching each steps that we take in Life. we are living in the very last day. God is giving us so much grace to speed up His Second coming. Jesus came to this world with a reason and that is to save us. The key to save us is the Cross at the Calvary. He came to this world to make everything new again. So do we who He had chosen. We are chosen to make a difference in this world. We are called for that very reason. And that is how our untouched soul should be fulfilled. It is when we are moving in our calling set by Jesus himself. Each of us has a calling to run after and that calling is the very reason we are here on earth. Remember, We are in the world but not of the world. We are not the citizen of the world , but Heaven. That is why we are supernatural being with supernatural calling led by supernatural Father in Heaven. Be Blessed.
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Chattering of the excited congregation was slowly overwhelmed by the thickening of God’s presence in the sanctuary as the worship service was starting. I still remember that Sunday morning was not a regular Sunday service because the place was packed with people unknown to me. To my curiosity, I asked one of the church advisors who are those new faces and I was told that they are from other university. In the midst of these new faces, there were non-Christians. As usual, I sat down at one corner of the sanctuary and meditated in the Spirit as I committed myself to God over the morning service. While I was eagerly waiting for the service to start, I was prompted by the Holy Spirit to seek God for a word regarding that the unusual morning service. For that reason, I asked God to speak to me while I prayed in the Spirit. By faith, I did believe God will speak to me as I myself had experienced how God can communicate with us as how our earthly fathers do. As I continued to pray, I asked God “Abba, what is the thing that you want to tell me about the church today? The service is going to start soon and I have no idea how are You going to speak to me.” Nevertheless, I continued to wait upon the Lord.
Just before the service started, there was still not a single word from the Lord. I should say I was a bit disappointed because I thought that God might have spoken and I was not tuned in to His Word. But still, I did not give up asking God, for I yearned to know what God had installed for the church. Knowing that the service will commence in a few minutes time, I decided to take a stroll outside the sanctuary, just to give myself a last chance, hoping that God will speak to me. As I was at the verge of giving up, one of the children that were running around the compound bumped into me and in seconds he silently uttered these words from his mouth “John… 6…” By that time, I was totally dumbfounded and rooted to the spot because I knew God had just spoken to me at that very moment. Before I knew it, the boy had sped off. Obviously, I was not very satisfied with the answer and guess what I was after the boy. I stopped him and asked him “what did you say just now?” He kept silence and was trying to wrestle with me, wanting to escape. Again, staring into his eyes, I asked “Do you want to tell me something just now? What is it? What John …what?” The boy replied “John 14:6”. Immediately, I was speechless and could not believe myself that God had just literally sent a 6 years old boy to speak to me. What amazed me the most was God chose to use a young little boy (in the picture) who was yet to experience the reality of life, to speak to me. God told me His Secret in His mysterious way.
John 14:6 “I (Jesus) am the way, the truth and the life; no one goes to the Father except by me.”
I told no one what God had revealed to me that day except one of the leaders of the church. Guess what, that morning itself the preacher had emphasized John 14:6, that might had directed to the non- believers. Plus, during one of the prayer meetings, the speaker for the coming Easter event shared to us that His core verse that God wanted him to preach during his sermon on that important day is John 14:6. To add, the main theme for my campus medic cell group that semester itself was John 14:6. No doubt that John 14:6 was the word from God to the church that period of season.
1Corinthians 2:10 But it was to us that God made known his secret by means of his Spirit. The Spirit searches everything, even the hidden depths of God's purposes.
By the time I realized all these, I praised and gave God all the Glory. That moment of encountering with God has surely boosted my faith and without denying, God yearns to make known His Secret to His Sons and Daughters, which include you and me.
All glory to God.