Monthly Archives: October 2011
Blessed Sunday everyone who are reading this ‘rusty’ space of mine. Life is beautiful since I have graduated yet have high hopes to be posted to the place whereby my abilities will be justified. Ave Maria! My previous post was written on July. It would not complete without this second part. However, it’s hard for me to reflect as my brain is getting rusty as well. As I am writing this, I just thought on reading the entire Oxford dictionary day by day brushing up my language proficiency, and eventually come out with a book something to do with my spiritual journey.
Not to go far from this entry, the below are some messages left by friends from Making A Difference (M.A.D) camp which turned out to be spirit-filled and inspiring. The camp was long-held from 8th to 10th July 2011 but the memory will be framed into my heart forever. And the camp speaker, Martin Jalleh was very comical with his usual trademark, ‘unlaughable’ joke!
I praise God for your heart that always so open to know more about Him. As you get to know Him, it’s also take time to know more about yourself. And thanking him for you’re His masterpiece! Continue to venture in His kingdom! – from Sis Yvonne
Make a difference. May God bless you- from Laura Voo
Be a Good English Teacher! Use your gift of God that’s your talent to God lead all your life to whom unknown language of English. Read Bible words: Matthew 7 – from Ah Sen
Hi, I praise God because you had answered His call by joining this camp. I pray for God’s blessing upon your career. Amen! – from Alister
‘He gives power to the weak, and to those who have no might He increases strength.’
(Isaiah 40:29) – from Chris&Con
Nice to know you. May God bless you in teaching. Smile always. – from Natasa Johnny
Nice meeting, prince of God! ^_^ 1Pet 2:9 You’re CHOSEN! – from Debbie Ros
Thank you – from Petra
Glad to meet you again! It was very nice chatting with you. Hope you get a good posting! And no matter what remember that God is your strength always! Amen! – from Joanne Wee
As the Marion Month is coming to an end, I would like to end this entry by praying Hail Mary, a prayer for the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary, mother of Jesus Christ.
Full of Grace,
The Lord is with thee.
Blessed art thou among women,
and blessed is the fruit
of thy womb, Jesus.
Mother of God,
pray for us sinners now,
and at the hour of death.
P.S. I thought the picture of young woman holding a rosary beads was a brilliant addition to help men to see the beauty of women in a new light.