If you have been coming to this blog and wondering why there's been no updates for eons, it's because I've moved to www.eujzin.com
Saturday, June 14
Friday, February 15
Monday, December 31
It was definitely better than 2006 (a year I would rather forget)
So many things happened this year (many which I am thankful for)
Let me recap the significant moments/highlights for me for the year 2007...
Jan - Starting this blog & Grace's passing (miss her terribly)
Mar - Working @Tangs (meeting Cameron)
June - Joining Ping.sg & getting mentioned in Sunday Times becoz of this post
Aug - Finding out that Sg blogs get ranked and this blog was no.171 out of 600+ blogs in Singapore! (something must be wrong in their calculations then! lol) (now this blog is unranked!)
Sept - My birthday...it was a fantastic week! Main highlight was the surprise cake from Jaz and Shan who were in Australia! Thanks!!!
Oct - LASIK! and starting work @Alexandra Hospital!
Nov - My first themed Dinner & Dance (which I did not blog about...nor posted pics...but all i can say is...it rocks!)
Dec - Meeting up with my frenz who are back from Adelaide!
I am thankful for the new frenz (Cameron, Adelyne, the pingsters! etc) I met this year and also for closer relationship I have with the old friends (Nat, Jon, Yvie, Liyan, Christina, etc) tt I already had but weren't so close before.
Saturday, December 29
I was pretty cool abt it (since itz been SEVEN years already) initially when I first heard. "Hey, ask u ah...did u know that...is getting MARRIED?" was what a lot of frenz asked me...
WATZ not cool is...well, let me share a bit...then u will understand why I'm not so cool abt the whole thing...
We were together for SIX years (most wld agree that this is a long time compared to a lot of relationships these days)
I had in mind that we would eventually get married.
I had a good NS buddy whom I introduced to her (since I feel she should know my good frenz right?)
Well...what transpired was like a classic movie plot...
Well, you can imagine what happened...
SO...for the past SEVEN years, I always wondered wat i wld do if i ever saw HIM on the streets. Woud I give him a punch? would i get into a huge fight with him?
Guess what? Abt two weeks ago, I heard SHE was getting married. I thot nothing of it. I was ok, and happy for her.
...THEN I saw HIM.
I never knew him to be a christian...
AND i saw him AT THE TOILET
I was pretty much stunnned, i din know how to react
"HEY! you attend this church?" was ALL I cld muster....
I started to get curious abt the wedding, and I found out that BOTH of them are getting married.
At the CHURCH I go to. And I am not invited...
Thursday, December 27
L...is for the way you look at me
O...is for the only one I see
V...is very very extraordinary
E...is even more than anyone that you adore...
You would have been 25 this year.
It has been 11 months since the Lord took you away, but I still miss you dear.
Your cheerfulness, liveliness, bubbliness...
Tuesday, December 25
May this period be a time of joyous reflections and thanksgiving.
Monday, December 24
I've sorta been asking ard but din take notes then. NOW I am really serious abt getting my own domain. So I am penning it down in digital ink.
Anyone wanna tell me how? any tips? I would like to use Wordpress.org and so I guess I need a host...so here's the hard part...who and how much shld I spend?
Will greatly appreciate any help!
Wednesday, December 19
Worship is fellowship with God with praise and giving of honour due to Him. This is plain from the Old Testament form of worship.
New Testament fellowship with God is made possible through the offering of Jesus Christ, the true Lamb of God.
Now we meet with God in blessed covenant fellowship as Christ dwells among us through His Spirit.
There are two New Testament words for worship.
The first means "to kiss the hand of" or "to bow down towards" or to pay homage to someone. This is the word used to signify humble adoration. The second main word means "to render honor" or "to pay homage." Both words carry the idea of giving something to God.
In our humanistic society, there is a strong tendency to make our worship services man-centered instead of God-centered. Dr. P.Y. De Jong sounded a warning about this many years ago: "Today we hear voices insisting that worship must meet our needs."
Worship of God must be glorifying to God and edifying. We exalt the Lord in worship and we are spiritually blessed also in the process of adoring and seeking God.
Purpose of Worship: Edifying
When complaints are lodged against the worship service of a church (sometimes legitimately), ninety-nine percent of the time the complaint is, "I didn't get anything out of the service!" How often does the complainer say, "This worship service brought no glory to God!"?
We should begin to think about our worship services by considering "God" and end in same way (Isa 42:8 ). God is great and greatly to be praised: "I am the LORD: that is my name: and my glory will I not give to another, neither my praise to graven images."
Because of this principle truth, our view of God will directly affect how we worship in church.
If man exists for the sake of the glory of God rather than that God should exist for the sake of
the happiness of man, worship takes on a new perspective.
Whether or not he receives personal satisfaction and pleasure from the acts of worship is secondary. We do not throw this out as a consideration, but it is subordinated to a higher aim and goal: the glory of our God.
Worship that is glorifying to God will also edify His church. That is the second purpose of worship.
Worship in the church should therefore edify or build up those engaged in it,
not by what may sound good to the ears (the flesh) but by words that impact the heart of man (the spirit).
Source: RPG Online