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Let Your Faith Shine In The Crisis

We all had been through many storms together and God has been faithful. From recovering from a global recession to transforming our nations and workplaces, God had brought us through. When we felt like the storms got us on our knees, God was with us.
Right now, our faith needs to shine once more. We are the salt and light of the earth, the lamp in the darkness, wherever we came from. The God who saved us from many difficulties, whether personal, nationwide, corporately, and globally will come through. And we need our faith to rise more than ever.
Just a month ago, during our leadership group, we were praying against COVID-19, and we believed that God has raised up modern-day Josephs of our time, people who would be able to come up with different solutions to save a people from perishing, to feed the hungry, and to preserve a generation from destruction. Many have already risen up and have acted with wisdom on the local levels. I continue to believe that more solutions are coming as each…

More Fruitful Ways to Read the Bible

People have different approaches when reading their Bible. Some consider it as a love letter from God. Others are afraid of it. Others don't believe it.

Nevertheless, it lasted this far for a reason. When you are unsure how God may speak, look no further and search the written Word. The point of reading the Bible is to know the Word - in Jesus Christ.

Here are just some advice how to approach the Word of God:
1. Do not fear what it says. Fear is what can stop us from reading. We fear what we do not know. Or we have this picture in our mind of an always angry God like He is after the smallest mistake. The trouble may not be on what it says but on our view of God.

2. Treat His Words as instruction. The Bible contains many wise counsel for right living, keeping us from destructive patterns that will not be for our good.

3. Love the Word. Psalm 119 is a beautiful psalm of the treasure of the Word of God. It is described as more important than treasures of gold, and a lamp and a light to…