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The Comparison Trap

Written by Dawn Goh Who am I? Why am I here on earth? What do I do with my life?These are daunting questions. Questions that can propel us in life yet drive us into the deepest, darkest caves of depression. Growing up as a Christian, I’ve learnt that I should live my life for Christ, carry the cross, and follow Him. Yes, I do 100% believe that, but the bigger question is: HOW?  I turned to people around me for answers. I observed how other good Christians led their lives. I let what they did define success for me. Do well in school, get a degree, get a good job, serve well, work on a project/business that can impact the...

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Should I do Good?

My point is that God cares. His heart is for the lost, the broken, the oppressed, the hurting, the marginalised, the orphans, and the widows. Let’s not forget that at some point in our lives, we were lost, broken, oppressed, hurting, and marginalised but God came for us. God cares. And that’s enough reason for us to get our hands dirty, to partner with Him to see social justice prevail in this land.

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Dreams: The Language of Heaven

All of us are prophetic to an extent (meaning we can hear from God), and we know He is a good Father who loves to speak to His children. So perk up those spiritual antennae, and when you lie on your pillow tonight, ask Papa for a message. Close your eyes knowing that you’re about to temporarily leave one realm and embark on another adventure for the next 8 hours or so. 

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Letter to the Best Dad Ever.

Growing up, I had often wondered how life would be like if my dad was still around. Would family breakfasts and dinners still be a thing? Would I have done better in my studies because I didn't have to worry about finances? How would it have felt like to have my dad walk me down the aisle? What would he have said during my wedding? Would he have cried? How would the relationship with my dad have looked like as an adult? What kind of career advice would he have given? Would he have been proud of this school, this course, this job, this man, or this decision I made? How would it have felt to use the word ‘dad’...

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