Wednesday, December 17, 2014


The Christmas story I enjoy most year in and year out is that of the shepherds as recorded in Luke 2:8-20. After the fear of meeting the angel was over, the shepherds obeyed by going to Bethlehem to find the Messiah. They found Him just as they were told. He was laid in a manger. Their fear turned to joy and they could not hold it to themselves! They immediately went out and told everyone they met that they had found the Messiah in baby Jesus. People took notice and we are told that everyone was astonished! I would have been astonished too to see ordinary folks like shepherds expounding the gospel from their hearts. Shepherds were not trained Rabbis!! This story brings two significant points home for me: 1. When you are told the good news of finding the saviour (yes it can be overwhelming at first), accept it. It is true and countless people have found the Messiah by simply believing without doing anything else. The shepherds were probably the first believers! 2. When you find the Saviour, tell others about your new found hope. The shepherds were probably the first missionaries who answered the “Great Commission” long before the Lord gave it 33 years later.

Friday, October 24, 2014

Moody Institute- Chicago

Visiting the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago was the highlight of my summer holidays. Of course I couldn't resist jogging around the scenic Lake Michigan. Photos below show a glimpse of Moody's thoughts on God's word and the institute itself.s.

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Thank you

Have you ever said thank you to anyone? If you have, please read Psalm 50. What a wonderful reminder that saying thank you is worship to our creator!

Monday, February 10, 2014

God's beauty in creation

Just some pictures from Atlantic Canada showing the wonder and beauty contained in God's creation. The pictures taken in the winter season of of 2014 show the frozen bay and a curious fox wondering what a humn being should be doing in lovely Cavendish Park Bay of Prince Edward Island on a chilly afternoon (temp was -13 degrees C).

Thursday, January 02, 2014

Sub-zero temperatures

Until you have lived it , it is sometimes difficult to imagine how -35 degrees Centigrade feels like. Since the Christmas week, Regina has had some very cold temperatures. These temperatures feel much lower than stated when wind is blowing and so they revise the temperature downward due to the added cooling effect of the wind. A few days ago, my windshield was covered in snow. I accidentally pressed my winshield button in the car as I was trying to warm the car. It snapped like a twig and with a bang! That is how cold it was. I tried to pick the broken wiper with my fingers. I threw it away as soon as I touched it. Yes, I got burnt by the cold. It is something I know already that you don't touch cold metal objects. Well, I can now say that I have cold scars to prove that I survived the Canadian sub zero temperatures!

Tommy Douglas said

In a world filled with cynicism (yes ours), Tommy Douglas said, "It is not too late to build a better world." It starts with everyone.