Being in Malaysia was amazing, I got to be poured into as well as poured out to the local people. More than that, I learned a great deal of what it means to be a forerunner. To be at the forefront of ministries and do pioneer works. It is by no means an easy task, but for me, its a life worth living.
Since being back in Asia, life have been a bit hectic. Within 24 hours, my electric bike got stolen. Let me put it this way, this electric bike is what enables me to do all of the training groups, discipleship, and meeting with friends. To have it stolen, it’s a little inconvenient. To be honest, I am very annoyed about it, but at the same time, there is nothing I can do about it. That night, I went home realizing that even though this happened, I believe that there is much more that God will do this semester.
The next day, I went back and watched the security camera to see who stole the bike. I borrowed a friend’s bike to get there. On the way there, while going about 50 km/hour, I got into an accident. Fortunately, I was wearing long pants and thick gloves, therefore no serious injuries. God is surely protecting me!
The next night, I was with some friends and we were doing prayer and worship. Apparently, the next door neighbor complained and called the police. Long story short, we ended up riding a police vehicle down to the police station so that they can make sure that we are not illegal immigrants.
Despite the fact that I need to buy a new electric bike, got into an accident, and went to the police station, I felt God’s grace overwhelming my life and I know that something amazing is going to happen this semester. Whether that be a personal or spiritual break through. God is on the move and the enemy does not like that!
I will praise You, O Lord, among the peoples; I will sing to you among the nations. For Your mercy reaches unto the heavens, And Your truth unto the clouds. Be exalted, O God, above the heavens; Let Your Glory be above all the earth.
~ Psalm 57:9-11 ~