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Face your fears, trust the Lord

Fear is an inevitable part of life. Fears are real, natural, and may often leave us feeling unsettled and insecure, doubting our self-worth and be in constant worry about the future. Find out how this seemingly least and youngest in the family rose up with God to win a battle!

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Should I chase my dream?

In my late teens to early twenties, I was so sold by the idea and message of ‘pursuing your dream’, ‘chase after your dream’, and ‘follow your heart’...

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How to love God with all your soul, might and heart?

“Hear, Israel! The Lord is our God, the Lord is one! And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength." – Deuteronomy 6:4   What's the big deal with your heart? Moses told the Israelites to know in their hearts that God disciplines just as a Father disciplines his son (Deut 8:5). Moses also instructed the Israelites to lay in their hearts that there is no other God than Yahweh (Deut 4:39-40). God Himself said that He will make a new covenant with the house of Israel and write His law on their hearts (Jer 31:33).    Watch over your heart with all diligence, For from it flow...

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Learning to seek God

The Bible often tells us to seek the Lord, love Him, inquire of Him, and pursue Him. But if God is everywhere all the time, why do we need to seek Him? To seek God is to turn to God, have the desire to be in a relationship with Him, and come into His presence for fulfilment, strength, and help. Friendship with God is a start, and to truly desire a deeper relationship with Him is even more of a blessing. It is what He wants from us too. We are to seek God because we love and adore Him, so much that we can’t bear to be apart from Him.  So how exactly do we seek God? Here are...

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The Word is a Person. Get to know Him.

We all know that the word of God is bread for our spirit, just as physical bread feeds our bodies. More than just spirit-food, the Word can potentially sustain, teach, correct, train, refresh, build up, and enrich every aspect of our lives if we allow it. But what does ‘feed on’ or ‘meditate’ even mean? How do we do these things? How do we reap maximum benefits from it?

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