by Single Sisters in University And the glory which You gave Me I have given them, that they may be one just as We are one...John 17:22 I have been meditating on the above verse for some time now and kept on wondering: “What does it mean to be ‘one’ with God as Jesus mentioned?” … Continue reading …To Be One with God
International Student Edition Image: iStock I realized this one thing when I became an international student in Canada: I.Am.Free!!! I can do whatever I want and no one is watching me! My family is far away and nobody here cares about what I do or don’t do! I can pretend to be the good daughter … Continue reading I Am Free! I Can Do Whatever I Want!
This got me to think about my spiritual life; on any given day of the year, I’m willing to let my spirit be troubled by my environment, however, when it came to New Year’s Eve, it was a golden moment not to be ruined.
The holiday season is a time of rejoicing and celebrating, many students are excited about going back home, being off from school, getting together with family and friends, etc. Nonetheless, there are also others who are going through pain due to the loss of a loved one, loneliness, or perhaps a sickness. Recently, I studied … Continue reading Holiday Blues
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Abraham waited 25 years for Isaac (Gen12:4,21:5), Joseph waited 13 years before becoming elevated above his brothers (Gen37:2,41:46), the Hebrews waited 38 years in the desert before entering the promised land (Deut2:14), and I have been waiting 14 years and counting for God’s intervention. “Waiting” is definitely a common theme for those who want to … Continue reading The Art of Waiting…
The Holy Spirit is disciplining me to be shaken by nothing but sin; I can honestly say that as a result, I have become more peaceful, joyful, and patient than before
Christ finds joy in the church, and the church finds in Christ an inexplicable love. This should also apply to our desire to serve our future family
I have seen a lot of wives who impaired their marriages because they constantly nagged, shouted, mocked, discouraged, or tore down their husbands with their words.
And for Christian international students, this means being an overcomer instead of struggling to survive, being depressed, or compromising our faith