Coming out of high school and having trouble deciding what I wanted to do in the future, I was really lost and had no direction. I turned to many different games to fill this emptiness I had because games gave me a sense of success. There was this game in particular which attracted me so much, I was so addicted to it that I remember one time I didn’t sleep for 3 days just playing the game. After playing, I was able to finally reach the highest level and enter into one of the top tier PVP ranking in the
I was quite sick and weak at work last Wednesday. I phoned a brother and asked him if we could pray about my sickness. In the past, I did not feel comfortable to ask for help as I felt I was not welcomed by others. After praying, I felt more awake. Later, I talked to another brother and prayed briefly again for my health because I still felt a bit sick. At last I was able to finish my work. I am glad that I feel more free to ask for help.
Before I believed in the Lord, I was really bad to my family and to myself. I was a very stubborn daughter to my mom. I always argued with her. I talked back, but what she really didn’t like about me was the fact that I was lesbian. I always hung out with my “girlfriend”. It was my third year of high school. I was never serious about my studies. I just liked to hang out with my classmates and my girlfriend. I learned to drink and go to disco with them and wasted my allowance there. I also ran
I gained from the message of last Friday. It encouraged me to have more short prayers throughout the day. Short prayers help me to start the conversation with the Lord and to live to Him continually. To set the anchor points which associate with my daily habits really reinforces short prayers in my daily life.
I feel very encouraged today by knowing how (all the details) Jesus died on the cross. His cruel punishment on the cross really made me feel how blessed I am. He suffered all so that I can be saved and be close to Him. I’m truly bought by His costly grace. I should always be a thankful person.