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Daily Devotion
Numbers:
Separated For God

KJB Daily Devotion – Following Jesus Through Every Chapter Date: Wednesday, February 10, 2016 Chapters: Numbers 4-6 Message: Numbers: Separated For God Hello My Friend, A Christian Marine fell in love with a Muslim woman while serving in Iraq, he helped her escape the country and married her, still today they are suffering because she is still a Muslim. There is this marquee at the entrance of a Muslim community not very far from where I live, it spells out, Muslims Believe In God. The truth is many people believe in God, if you ask someone if they know for sure they are going to heaven when they die, most unsaved respond with, “I hope so.” So, while many believe in God, there still is only one way to worship Him, and that is by personally knowing the Lord, Jesus Christ as your Saviour. As Christians we are going to meet a lot of people, and while we are to love them all, we are not to be joined with them all. God separates us from whose who may cause problems for us, even... (more)

eugenelim
Lately
I was sick twice, just a few weeks ago. The weather is unusually cool, I reckon it will be hot as in a hot oven this coming summer. Ugh... As usual, I am struggling to get up early. Why oh why, am I that lazy. I think I am just getting too comfortable in my life now. With plenty of money in hand, and a 8 to 6 job. What is there to worry. I am just so so wrong. Maybe I should just plunge myself into a 'technical recession' again, and get myself all up for a fight. One thing good though, I've been trading intensely. Just a big lost yesterday, but never-mind. It's always up and down, so long I stick my strategy. I am also putting up a new habit. Clean my room weekly, instead of fortnightly. Something good, but I got to clear my stuffs. Gotta give away my items put in storage, really. In anyway, I do hope I can keep up with this new habit, new lifestlye, continue to work harder by waking up early, not to be lazy!

[our.story]
The goofy kid....
The title for this is misleading..... it's me making excuses.... I never noticed.... all that Bit ever did for me..... never asking for anything back in return..... I was always busy with my CCAs and other stuff.... yet... she always took the time to look for me.... I was a spoiled kid... wasnt I? That's not it I suppose... I didn't know how to react to the emotions she was showering me with.... most of the time, I probably didn't react appropriately to what she was sharing with me.... But as I reflect back to how I was treated, it made me realise, I learnt plenty of things from her.... I learnt from her actions.... The hard part starts after you start going out.... It doesnt get easier... no thats wrong.... The relationship requires you to put in as much... or even more effort than before you started... I loved her kisses.... the kisses she showered me with... Post relationship, I learnt to not be complacent... it's not that you have to fight to keep it.... you... (more)

preacher314
a new passover
Lent By Rev. Wayne Palmer Ash Wednesday: Read Exodus 12:21-24. TEXT: Now the Feast of Unleavened Bread drew near, which is called the Passover (Luke 22:1). The backdrop for our Lenten journey is the Jewish Passover. Long before Jesus' day this Jewish festival enjoyed a rich, long history, dating back to the time of the Exodus when God delivered His people from slavery in Egypt. The Passover was the tenth and final plague God brought upon Egypt. Since Egypt's leader, Pharaoh, had stubbornly refused to obey His command to free the Israelites, at midnight God would send a destroying angel to pass throughout the land of Egypt and kill all the firstborn children, including Pharaoh's own heir. But in love, God provided a way to escape this devastating plague. A lamb could be slain in place of the firstborn and its blood spread over the door frame of the house. When the angel of death reached a blood-marked house, God would command it to pass over and leave the... (more)

kebingungan
The 5
types of toxic narcissists
at work

You hear the narcissist label used quite a lot these days—in ordinary conversation, in news articles, on television. Most people use the word to describe men and women who think a little too well of themselves and don’t have much regard for the feelings of others. Kurt is always bragging about his “amazing” social life on Facebook—what a narcissist! Lena talks non-stop about herself and won’t let anyone else get a word in edgewise—she’s such a narcissist! When used this way as a kind of put-down, it gives the impression that all narcissists are alike—egomaniacs who are socially tone deaf. But narcissism actually occurs along a continuum of possible expressions, with healthy self-esteem at one end and Narcissistic Personality Disorder at the other. Even men and women who demonstrate its more toxic forms, people I refer to as “Extreme Narcissists,” don’t all... (more)




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