God’s perfect love

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God’s perfect love begins with faith. Upon receiving His gift of love, we can have unexplainable peace, joy, and confidence in the worst of situations. It’s often as if we can supernaturally feel His loving arms around us when we need comfort, protection, or feel anxiety. It is by God’s love that fear, worry, and the pain of rejection are removed; something that the unbelieving world cannot understand.

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My Dating Standards

People who are close to me ask for my dating standards from time to time. Sadly, I give them the impression that I really have high ones —that is not true. Now, I’m answering their question and putting it in a post. It’s simple.

1. I want a Christian, patient and joyful man.

2. I want to meet him in church.

3. I want a man who has the same perspective as mine (this needs time to allow myself to know him).

4. I want a man who loves Jesus.

5. I want a man who has a servant’s heart for ministry, missions, etc.

6. I want a man who can pray together with me and who can inspire me.

Lord, My Life.

Forever I want to be in Your presence. Enjoying every second with You. Everything about You is amazing. I believe in Your Word. I worship Your name. My confidence comes from You. The most important relationship I have is with You. I bow down before You. You never fail to understand. You set me free. You are my life.

How has God loved me?

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“How as God loved me? God has loved me to the end of all my sinfulness, the end of all my self-will, all my selfishness, all my stiffneckedness, all my pride, all my self-interest; now He says – “love one another, as I have loved you.” I am to show to my fellow-men the same love that God showed to me. That is Christianity in practical working order.”

– Owsald Chambers –

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God is not looking for brilliant men

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“God is not looking for brilliant men, is not depending upon eloquent men, is not shut up to the use of talented men in sending His Gospel out in the world. God is looking for the broken men who have judged themselves in the light of the Cross of Christ.

When He wants anything done, He takes up men who have come to the end of themselves, whose confidence is not in themselves, but in God.”

– Harry A. Ironside –

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One More Time! Basic Calligraphy Workshop Batch 2

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You asked for it, I’m giving it to you! :)

I’ll be holding another basic pointed pen calligraphy workshop so for those who weren’t able to attend the first one due to conflict in schedules and the like, here’s your chance!

August 1, 2015 (SATURDAY) 9AM TO 12 NN

*Again, 15 slots are allotted for this workshop.


  • Kindly fill out the form below to reserve a slot.
  • Once you’ve reserved a slot, you are given five (5) working days to make the payment. Remember, your slot is not yet final until paid. Bank details for deposit will be sent via email upon reservation.
  • Refunds are allowed but transferring of slots is better.
    • If you suddenly won’t be able to make it, inform me 5…

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Life Inside Out

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Guest post by C. Thrash

Look in the Mirror. What do you see?

Because of social media you probably described what you look like and not who you really are on the inside…

I struggle with this EVERY day! Just this morning I was texting my friend complaining about my appearance,”Man I need to lose weight, I need to do better with what I eat, I wish I had a faster metabolism” etc etc etc…. How sad that this is how so many of us see ourselves..

This train of thought is so toxic! But how do we break what we have been fed our entire lives! How do we guarantee that our children will not grow up looking in the mirror and be blinded by societies view of them instead of who they really are!?

“Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting; but a woman who fears the Lord…

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