‘In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep.' ~ Genesis 1:1-2 The creation story never baffled me up until when I read these words closely. I always viewed the creation story in a simplistic manner, rushing … Continue reading A Dark Dark World
I accepted the Lord Jesus and got saved, without thinking. I love, without thinking. I embraced minimalism, without thinking. I left employment, without thinking. I started a business, without thinking. Many of the pivotal areas in my life, I realised, have been achieved without thinking, but I will dwell on the latter two- the most … Continue reading Thoughtless Decisions
A few days ago, I took an evening walk with a friend who had visited. We follow the train track, breathing in fresh air from the surrounding forest. This is refreshing especially after spending time in quarantine. After about twenty minutes, the train track makes a diversion and leads us to a wide road and … Continue reading COVID-19: God’s Preferential Deference?
It is easy to trust within your parameters, when the demands are not high. When the demands increase, your equilibrium is toppled. You sit back and reflect, and there are two decisions you can make, to increase your trust or relinquish trying. This trial phase is not easy- do I or do I not? What … Continue reading Increasing the Stakes: From Trials to Trust
The King has spoken. Three chisel-faced, handsome, and well-built young men march forward like pilgrims. Clothed in robes, trousers and turbans, they would be mistaken for royalty were it not for the ropes binding their hands. Trained in the King’s Court for three years, they still exude the palace’s majesty nonetheless. Adept with Babylonian Literature, … Continue reading The Fourth Man