Spiritual Yieldedness

My definition of spiritual yieldedness is the same as willingness to surrender my will and rights to God. This morning I wasn't feeling comfortable and while I was praying to the Lord to start off my personal devotion, His Holy Spirit immediately constrained me to let Him search the motives of my heart. Why am... Continue Reading →



Wilderness has always been a place of test concerning our faith towards God (Deuteronomy 8). Without surpassing it, believing in Him won't make sense at all. In the past, it was a literal exodus set in a dry place wherein the Israelites journeyed to reach the land they had to possess and it seems that... Continue Reading →


Would you still love the Lord even in the depths of agony and anguish of your soul and body? Even when He strips you off of everything, including your dignity? - Song of Solomon 8:6-7 The Lord gave me an impression of this self-evaluation question in my time of devotion with Him. I admit that... Continue Reading →

Single-eyed devotion

Song of Songs 1:15 Behold, you are fair, my love! Behold, you are fair! You have dove's eyes. The King speaks doubly of His love's beauty, noticing that she has "dove's eyes." This attribute is very important to the Lord, and His bride must cultivate this beauty and single-minded devotion. The Hebrew word for "beautiful"... Continue Reading →

Intensity of God’s Power

A glimpse of God's intense lordship over His creation like me has never been as this grievous and overwhelming as I have known it before. Maybe today we are still confounded, or worse, we have forgotten how important it is to "fear God" as what the Bible meant us to. To tell you the truth, it would be too... Continue Reading →

More than wine

Several people around me know that I love drinking wine. Before, I never really liked it because of its mixed sweet-bitter taste. But then again, it all depends on what's on the table and personal preference. In my case, I honestly prefer it more than a cup of coffee. Yeah, I know that it sounds a bit weird,... Continue Reading →

Tyranny of Ordinary: Greater Book (Review)

I felt revived and more encouraged in pursuing God after reading Steven Furtick's book, head pastor of Elevation church, the "greater". His writing style is direct and eccentric that's why I picked up this book and really spent time understanding it. All the way through, the words were authoritative and while reading, you will feel the... Continue Reading →

Small step of faith

A person who has faith, makes a step of effort. And through believing, one's character development is being molded into a full and strong integrity that can confront temptations. Faith is all about working with what you have right now and not daydreaming... If you wish a life that is greater, it doesn't come free. It's hard fought that requires a... Continue Reading →

Relational rekindling

Figured out writing one step of my life's journey 🙂 To start off, I began reading an interesting book to strengthen my understanding about what it means to have an intimate relationship with God and to reposition myself once again in His line of purpose. For the most of us, I do believe that there's this moment of divine interruption that... Continue Reading →

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