A Quiet Heart by Elisabeth Elliot

“Every assignment is measured and controlled for my eternal good. As I accept the given portion other options are cancelled. Decisions become much easier, directions clearer, and hence my heart becomes inexpressibly quieter.”

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Asking God

“You have not because you ask not.” – James 4:2b, NIV  “So I say to you: Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.” – Luke 11:9, NIV  There are so many verses in the bible that tell us to ask…

Resting as you Wait

Thank you, ‘Daughters of the King’ for this very lovely devotional today. It was so timely, as there have been so many moments over the past few weeks where I come to a point that I am already feeling so tired of waiting. Most often, God would give me something else – which seems irrelevant to me. Or sometimes, He takes me to a…

Faith glorifies God

This illustration is just so beautiful! Thank you, John Piper for sharing this wonderful revelation. “Your daddy is standing in a swimming pool out a little bit from the edge. You are, let’s say, three years old and standing on the edge of the pool. Daddy holds out his arms to you and says, “Jump, I’ll…

Day 12: Struggling to Trust

“Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight.” Proverbs 2:5-6 (NIV) Trust. It is easier said than done and I don’t know how other people manage their lives to simply just trust, then close their…

A Wise Exchange

Here’s another very touching story from an anonymous author. It speaks volume about the love of our Heavenly Father to us. Be blessed!        One day, a little girl named Jenny was with her mother in the grocery store. She saw a toy pearl bracelet worth USD20. She became giddy with excitement and…

My Prayer for 2015: Make Me The Happiest Person on the Planet! :)

It’s our church’s Annual Prayer and Fasting Week once again and I am so excited. I personally hold this week as a ‘sacred’ week since it is the time at the beginning of the year when we, as member of one body of Christ come together before the Lord, consecrating ourselves, committing our plans and…