Here is a nice song of which its lyrics always touch my heart whenever I heard it.

If without God’s grace, guidance and presence, I won’t be able to survive till today. He is my hope, my abba father and redeemer saviour friend.

Thanks be to God, always and forever.



May whoever listening to this video are blessed with the knowledge of the Way, the Truth and the Life.
God bless you.

Just Some Little Thoughts About Choosing A Life Partner

Choosing a life partner based on the 5C’s or 5B’s or whatsoever physical but temp criteria, is in fact, stupid – even choosing a boyfriend simply because he looks handsome is also stupid; all these will fade or depreciate as time goes on..

Sometimes I wonder why would marriages in old days would usually for a life time. Perhaps one of the reasons is that parents then looked for good qualities, rather than just material thingy, in their children’s spouse-to-be.

Personally think that quality preclusion is a very good way for a lady to select a life partner: just divide the qualities/habits you expect or have observed into three categories: absolutely intolerable, tolerable and desired.

If the guy has any of the absolutely intolerable qualities/habits – smoking (perhaps it is a prejudice, but I think smokers are selfish, as they never consider others’ health and feeling) , using foul words habitually, sexually addicted, violent, gambling, selfish, etc. – don’t even think of starting a relationship with him, no matter how many other good qualities/habits he has.

And if a guy has a lot of good qualities and few tolerable qualities… well, he is a good catch; such kind of men is what we called “endangered species” ^.^
For me, the good qualities that a girl should look for in a guy are righteous (if you know what I mean), filial piety to his parents, caring towards his family+friends, honest, diligent, being committed to obligations, loving (towards kids and/or animals), respectful towards others, substantially humble and serious, consistent, practical, reasonable, etc.

And if I find/realize a guy who has lots of these good qualities… who knows, maybe I would be so blessed~ and if I do find such a guy, I will make sure I am a girl worth his consideration too. So, from now on, I would make sure that I equip myself with more good qualities and habits, sharpening the existing ones (if any) and casting away the unwanted ones, and also be careful not to develop any of the new unwanted ones….
Inconsistency, being emotional, being partial to ourselves but harsh on others, backstabbing, being selfish, being over-talkative, being over-demanding, being careless towards others’ needs, not being punctual and other bad qualities may render a guy’s passion towards us, and even make us undesirable among our friends too..

Usually, a gentleman would tolerate with you, not because you deserve it nor he is weak, but because he loves you. So don’t push him beyond his limit, for guys are sensitive too, not unlike girls, but in another way though.

As long as a guy has some of the desired qualities and some, or many, of the tolerable qualities/habits, this guy is worth your consideration – come on, after all, you are not perfect too.

Also, a long-lasting relationship/marriage does not run on the so-called feeling, but give-and-take and the determination to keep the oath of the marriage till the end of life – another reason that marriages in old days would last for a life time..

Be Thou My Vision

Just found an ancient but meaningful hymn from http://www.hymnpod.com

I love these hymns so much as singing/reading them often make my heart burn – sometimes, they remind me of the passion when I first believed in God; sometimes, they make me ponder on the bountiful love, mercy and guidance that God has been showering into many aspects of my life; sometimes, they remind me that very Grace, which I have too often taken for granted, and make me wonder how much would it take even for a ordinary person to sacrifice so, not to mention that Our Christ is the Son of God, the only begotten Son of God!

Too often, I felt myself so disgusting, failing His love again and again.
It seems like nothing has changed since I believe in God. No growth dawns on me.

Yet looking back these 5 years, I have (in fact) changed so much, by the grace of God. And I believe that one day, my family members would cast away the prejudices and misunderstanding, and start to see how great the works of God in my life is. And, by will of God, I pray that they will be touched and choose to enter the kingdom of God…

To be honest, at times I really felt like God has turned His hand onto me, when prayers seemed not answered. However, recently, God spoke to me again, through videos, devotion articles and notes of other sibling-in-Christ, that “No” is also an answer – and that means He has something better for me. Feel so ashamed, cos things in my life have, more than once, turn out to be best for me. As a science student, I should recognise patterns easily; so then.. WHY CAN”T I RECOGNISE IT’S YET ANOTHER BLESSING IN DISGUISE?!

My vision is narrow, short-sighted and even at times not in the right direction. However, He saw, He is watching and will continue watching. His Almighty, Wisdom and Glory are beyond all mankind’s imagination.
Thus, I pray that “Be Thou My Vision”, Amen.


Here I wish to share this page with all of you who can come here


There are some questions in the page that stunned me when I first read it – kinda make me feel disgusted when I read it, but as I go on, I start to see the message that it is supposed to convey.

Below is the latter part of the page:

You can see how confusing it can get. Is “sex with anybody still a useful measure? Many of us would like to set the bar somewhere in the middle:I do have my standards. I think x, y, and z is sick. But there’s nothing wrong with the rest.

In all honesty, we all have somewhat self-centred criteria regarding sex. How many of us determine our standards for sex based on what’s best for the other person? Hmmmm?

There are at least a couple of reasons to follow God’s set of standards. First, God cares about us AND the other person. Secondly, His wisdom and love for us is unsurpassed.

So what does God give as His standards?

1. Sex is one of the first topics discussed, at the very beginning of the Bible. God designed sex to be enjoyed between a man and a woman as an expression of permanent unity between them, where the two of them “become one flesh.” And no other person outside of their relationship should interfere with that relationship or try to destroy it.

2. Several areas of sex are NOT okay with God: incest, sex with animals, sexual involvement with someone you are not married to, and sex with someone who is married to another person are all referred to as immoral and wrong before God. Frankly, all of our sin (not just sexual sins) are an affront to God who is holy. Example, in one sentence we’re told to avoid “sexual immorality, impurity, lust, evil desires and greed, which is idolatry…rage, anger, malice, slander and filthy language…” Now, there is not a person alive who could say they stand free-and-clear from even this short list of sins. God says that we all sin, but His desire is that we don’t allow our lives to be characterized by sexual immorality, impurity, lust, anger, etc. And you would probably agree with Him there.

God desires to come into each of our lives and be in a close relationship with us, guide us in what is right before Him, so that we could experience what Jesus described as “life, more abundantly.” He describes what He wants us to experience in this life: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness and self-control. And when we enter a relationship with Him, He produces these qualities in our lives. (Notice I didn’t say that He demands that we become loving, joyful, peaceful, patient, kind people on our own efforts only) His love, which we come to know on a personal level, so affects us that we can on a deeper level love others, be patient with others, treat each other respectfully, etc. A relationship with God is so valuable and so remarkable that it affects our relationships with others.

Here are a few specific statements that show us God’s thoughts about sex:

“Flee from sexual immorality. All other sins a man commits are outside his body, but he who sins sexually sins against his own body.” (1Corinthians 6:18)

“It is God’s will that you should be sanctified: that you should avoid sexual immorality; that each of you should learn to control his own body in a way that is holy and honourable, not in passionate lust like the heathen, who do not know God; and that in this matter no one should wrong his brother or take advantage of him.”(1Thessalonians 4:3-6)

“Marriage should be honoured by all, and the marriage bed kept pure, for God will judge the adulterer and all the sexually immoral.” (Hebrews 13:4)