Less of Self, More of Jesus

Honestly, ever since I started to live more of pleasing God, instead of pleasing people, every aspect of your life changes. I’ve found that you start to lose your own judgement towards people, but you start to gain more patience, understanding, and love towards others because doing that, pleases God. Matthew 22:36-40 says, “”Teacher, which … Continue reading

It’s not you, it’s me.

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You know what actually gets us emotionally distressed, sad, unhappy, anxious, fearful, and all things negative? Did you know that all the troubles and dramas in your life isn’t because of something or someone else? It’s not the circumstance. It’s not the situation. It’s not the object or thing. It’s not the time of day. … Continue reading

A New Kind of Infantry

A lot of people protest against wars, and they have absolutely the right to do so. War is a terrible thing; and I don’t think anyone–who has a peaceful heart–can pronounce that war is a good thing. A lot of people return home from war not being the same person, nonetheless, a lot of people don’t even come back at all.

Today, Australia and New Zealand commemorates the Australians and New Zealanders who died at war in order to give their country freedom. This day is known as the ANZAC Day (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps).

Why I write about war in this post comes from the fact that it’s ANZAC Day, but also because I realized that we are all, in fact, at war, too.

I like to think that I am a Soldier of God’s Army. But, unlike traditional military aspects, God’s Army is totally different. Continue reading

God sees your intention.

I have forgotten where this story lies in the Old Testament, but I will always remember what it was about. It’s in the part of the bible where everyone was sinning so greatly and are becoming farther away from God, that people thought if they were to crawl to the lowest of basements, God will never see them or find them. How silly is it to think that God doesn’t understand us, or sees our feelings, or know what we’re thinking. How silly is it to forget that God sees our intention.

In the bible, when Saul was hunting to kill David, it came to me that God allowed these circumstances to happen because he knows of David’s intention, even before he did himself.

God gave Saul to David twice. David’s men even said to him, Continue reading