As told by God · Revelations

You don’t need to understand it all

Failure and disappointment don’t have to be your self-definition. You are not to blame for every little thing that doesn't go your way. We don't have to understand it all, all we need to know is that there is a God who will be with us in times of our despair. That our God, is a very present help in times of trouble. That God, will never leave us in our weakness 🙂

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Journey : Beautifully Broken

Being a Woman After God’s Heart

Be a person after God’s heart,

Be a person who seeks Christ,

And be a person who’s heart is full of the fruits of the Spirit,

Justified And Redeemed

I remember when I first accepted Christ; it was life-breathing. I could go into endless detail about how liberated, happy, and joyful I became. Before Christ, I didn’t experience eternal joy due to being empty, but the very moment Christ stepped in, it was if I was a new girl who was wiped clean, and I was!

A month after my walk with Christ started, I began to write letters to God about all the questions I had. My faith was very new, and there were a lot of things I did not know, At the time I started journaling, I just started reading the Bible on my own, I just started to hear God’s voice, and I didn’t even know where to start in my journey of faith.

I wanted to know what He had in store for me, and I wanted to learn how I could serve…

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As told by God · Revelations

From Unbeliever’s fear to Believer’s Faith

God’s purpose is not limited to your past. You may have sinned or turn your back to God, but it's not too late to come back! God accepts a person no matter what his or her background is. He hates sin but love the sinners. There is nothing you can do to make God love you less.  Whatever you've done, whoever you are, There is no excuse!

Journey : Beautifully Broken

The Heartbreak of Watching Friends Walk Away From Faith

They need more of Jesus. Not condemnation, not by force, but let them see Jesus in you. Bring them back.

J.S. Park: Hospital Chaplain, Skeptical Christian

jillianchan asked a question:

As someone in ministry, have you seen many people fall from faith? If you have, how do you handle it?

Hey dear friend: I’ve been through this too many times to count. It’s happening now, too. It’s always heartbreaking and always a punch in the stomach. To be truthful, I still grieve for so many friends who went their own way and chose self-destruction. I still lose sleep over it. It’s something you don’t really get over, and something I pray about every day.

I’ve blamed myself; I’ve blamed God; I’ve blamed bad influences; I’ve blamed the church. In the end, I know I can’t persuade anyone to stay faithful. It’s their choice and their autonomy.  I must respect that. As God respects our free will, so must we.

The only thing I can do is stay in touch. I text or call or email, at…

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