Life Lessons: Hold Onto Things With an Open Hand | Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of The Life Lessons Series!

In this series, we are exploring the different lessons that I’ve learned about who God is and who he wants me to be through supposedly mundane situations I experience in my day to day life. Through reading this series, my prayer is that you will understand and be more attentive to hearing and learning from the Holy Spirit in even the smallest of ways.

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Love without hypocrisy

Let love be without hypocrisy.. (Romans 12:9a NKJV)

This can also be said in another way; let (your) love be sincere, genuine and real. The word that bounces of the page for me here is hypocrisy and this is what we’re going to explore further in this post. 

How can we describe a hypocrite?

  • a person who pretends to have virtues, moral or religious beliefs, principles, etc., that he or she does not actually possess, especially a person whose actions belie stated beliefs.


  • a person who feigns (fakes) some desirable or publicly approved attitude, especially one whose private life, opinions, or statements belie his or her public statements.

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Protect your purity

We go through seasons in our walk with Christ where we drop our guard on particular areas of our lives. When we don’t guard and strengthen our weak spots we become vulnerable to attack. This happened to me in the area of romantic relationships.

Since coming to Singapore, I believed that any romantic relationship was off the table. I had made a commitment to seeking God whole-heartedly, and I simply wasn’t expecting to meet anyone who would take an interest in me romantically due to the stark Read More

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My testimony of God’s love and healing power

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My testimony is one of the Power of God’s love to heal and restore.
I was raised up in a Christian family, going to church on Sundays was no new thing to me and prayer was something my parents instilled in me from a young age. I had all this religion, but I was never taught the concept of relationship.

In 2007, I was 10 years old and my father began to pursue his political dreams abroad. This meant that I saw less and less of him as I entered into adolescence.
I missed him a lot. Each time he travelled, I would wave him goodbye and cry. My mother comforted me and so did my older siblings but it didn’t take away the pain.
We’d speak on the phone and he’d tell me he loved me. I knew he did, but it didn’t make up for his absence and…

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The Gospel

What’s the major difference between a Christian and an Unbeliever? Good works? Church attendance? Sinlessness? No

The blood of Christ. Jesus Christ is the difference.

Without faith in him, we are exactly the same as every Unbeliever: Sinners destined for hell and everlasting damnation. Keep on reading!