Testimony by Noel Chris, Malaysia. Always Remember that Collateral Beauty. The meaning is simple. Collateral beauty is the beauty within a tragedy. For example, the damage of a child's death can be so severe that a parent will not be able to see the full picture because of the tragedy or going through a relationship … Continue reading Beauty Within A Tragedy
I didn’t choose this plot. Why am I drowning in this hole of thoughts like a reaction I’ve set on default. I didn’t want to end up here. God, bring this to a halt. This is not my fault. We all have emotional triggers. If you’ve been scared, disappointed, pressured or traumatized before, you'll … Continue reading Triggers don’t cause our response.
After I worshipped I said I’ll change tomorrow. Grateful for the revelation I acknowledged the deception promised a transformation fled from temptation took pride in progression And looked back in recollection of The pleasure of a slip. After I worshipped I said I’ll change tomorrow. It has been ages since you tried to get rid … Continue reading Old habits, same prison, wasted efforts.
"All you need to do is believe in yourself." This is perhaps one of the most popular quotes we grew up hearing. It's the one our teachers encouraged us with, and the one speakers preached from the stage, that'll invite a great applause as people leave with a spike of motivation to take on the … Continue reading Believing in Yourself Isn’t Enough
Dear God, Life with You is an adventure that we wouldn’t trade for anything else. You showed us that You delight in our partnership, and You revealed to us the magnitude of Your inheritance that’s ours for the taking. By Your grace, and the growth of our relationship, we’re motivated and driven by passion. A … Continue reading Dear God, I’m Sorry For Being A Hypocrite
Testimony by Debra Daveena Lee, Malaysia. 22 years 7 months and 6 days of living has taught me that there is a much bigger and beautiful purpose in life. I would say that my world seemed much less complicated before I knew what it was like to live without my earthly ‘saviour’. The man I … Continue reading Find Your Identity in Christ, Not People.
Testimony by Sophia Lim, Malaysia. As much as I hate to admit this, I was physically and emotionally abused as a child. For many years, the sight of my mum screaming in my face, and using knives as scare tactics became a norm and it scared me till this day. Traumatised and helpless, I lived … Continue reading Taking A Heavy Step Forward