Tuesday, May 24, 2011


I am with my friends from Brisbane, Australia. It is my home city for the last ten years and I love living here.


When we are hungry for God, miracles will begin to happen WITHIN us and AROUND us.

You, God, are my God, earnestly I seek you; I thirst for you, my whole being longs for you, in a dry and parched land where there is no water.2 I have seen you in the sanctuary and beheld your power and your glory. Ps 63:1-2

God is the beginning of all things. He created mankind for relationship and partnership in this world. God's original plan for mankind was not independence but an interdependent lifestyle. We are designed to co-exist with God. Psalm 63 paints a beautiful picture of a life with God. The writer acknowledges his need for God to satisfy his longings and desires. He shares with us his wonderful experiences and encountered with God.

I strongly believe that when we are hungry for God, miracles will begin to happen within us and around us because we are designed to co-exist with God. Our lives become exciting when we are empowered by God through connecting with Him on a daily basis. We can receive directly from our heavenly Father what we need on earth. God's resources become our resources. God's miracles become our miracles. God's power becomes our power. God's victory becomes our victory. God's compassion becomes our compassion. The personal and external changes that we desire can be made possible with God.

Allow God to do miracles in us and around us through daily intimacy with Him.

Monday, May 16, 2011


I was very blessed to attend the "Australian Christian Churches" conference in Gold Coast, Australia. The special guest speaker was Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke who has been in ministry for 50 years and see millions of people come to know Christ. I also met Pastor Ashley Evans who led me to Christ over 20 years ago. I thank God for using Pastor Ashley Evans to lead to me Christ on a sunny Monday afternoon in Paradise Community Church, Adelaide.


When we limit God, we limit ourselves and when we limit ourselves, we limit God. Let us live A LIFE WITHOUT LIMIT!

Phil 4:13 "I can do all this through him who gives me strength"

How far we go and how much we can achieve in this life can correlate to how we view God. When we view God to be who He really is then all things are possible. But if we view God as a weak, distance or non-existance then we go about life accomplishing far less than what God has intented. Our views and perspectives of God will determine the level of outcome and success in our lives. We need to have right and biblical identity of God. I have discovered over the years that as I grow in my understanding of God's nature and character, I begin to believe and see the wonderful things that God can do through me.

On the other hand, if we don't have the right perspective of ourselves, we can also limit what God can do through us. During my teenage years, I had alot of negative self-image and self esteem. I had a impression that I came into this world by accident. I didn't believe that I had a great purpose or destiny in this life. I was just a number in this world. But my attitude and outlook of life changes, when I accepted Christ into my life. I started to rediscover my true identity in God. The bible says that we are wonderfully and fearfully made in the image of God and He created us with a great seed of potential.

Ps 139:14 "Ipraise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well".

We were born into this world to make a positive and lasting contribution. I stop limiting myself when I realised what God has done and prepared for my life in order to succeed. The bible says that we are God's masterspiece. I began to live a life without limit.

Eph 2:10 "For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do".

God desires for us to live a life without boundaries by recognising His greatness and love that is within us for each day.

Monday, May 9, 2011


I took so photos of my home city called "Adelaide city" in South Australia.


He got up, rebuked the wind and said to the waves, “Quiet! Be still!” Then the wind died down and it was completely calm. Mark 4:39

Have you ever wondered where God was when you needed Him the most? The Twelve Disciples were probably thinking that when powerful winds and waves pounded their boat. They were disturbed by the fact Jesus was sleeping during a major crisis situation.

Jesus was not alarmed by the strength of the winds or the power of the waves because He knew that God was with Him. God is the creator of the universe; this includes weather patterns. Jesus calmed the storm with a few words; He is more powerful than any storm.

We need to look at God, not look at the situation when we are facing the storm in our lives. God is greater than our troubles. God is bigger than our problems. God is stronger than our spiritual enemy, Satan. We should not be afraid when we are facing trials because God is with us and He will never leave us.

God is always there to protect and provide for us in difficult times

Monday, May 2, 2011


I love Melbourne, Australia! Here are some photos of the Swanston Street in Melbourne, State Library and China town.


God speaks to us day and night with His love and wisdom.

Psalm 16:7 (New International Version, ©2011)

I will praise the LORD, who counsels me; even at night my heart instructs me.

King David clearly had an intimate relationship with God because he said God was his counsellor day and night. God was constantly watching over him and directing him to the right path. God guided a shepherd boy into a great King of Israel through their personal relationship. God was everything to David. He was known as a man after God's heart. David always sought God for direction in life. He honoured God by seeking God for wisdom and guidance before making any major decision for his life and Israel. God helped King David prosper in every way because of their intimate relationship.

Let us be sensitive to the leading of God and Holy Spirit in our daily life. God wants to communicate to us His vision and direction for our family, business and future.

The bible says "Come close to God and He will come close to you" (James 4:8a).

Let God speak to us day and night so we can follow His wonderful plans during these uncertain times.