Every blessing You pour out, I’ll turn back to praise ~ Blessed be Your glorious name (Blessed Be Your Name by Matt Redman)

For the last two weeks, I have literally seen blessings after blessings that the Father has poured out. In the three weeks I have been in Asia, the biggest blessing I was able to experience was seeing my Mom, sister, and two new brothers. As all of you know, My parents are adopting two more from Asia! Since I’m in Asia and they will be in America, I thought it would be best to see them while we are in the same city. I must admit that I had lots of fun seeing my new brothers in person before they go to America and talk to them a little bit. We were able to eat meals together, hang out, and talk about life in Asia. All in all, it was fun seeing and hang out with my new siblings.

 Remember that the last update I said prayer is the answer and what it takes for ministry to happen? Well, I can feel and see that prayers are being answered, and that is blessing and source of encouragement.  Just about everyday this week, my friend and I had an opportunity to share the Word. That is divine! The sad thing is that no one decide to accept, but that is not the point or the reason why I’m here in Asia. The reason and point of being in Asia is to share at every divine appointment, to minister at every opportunity, and to be ready to follow. The seed has been sowed and in some cases, resowed. Now, all I can do is to pray for the root and fruit. Let me tell you, it is not easy, I want to see people to come to know and grow in Him, but the reality of it is that I can never cause the root to sprout or to growth, that is His Work.

Language study is officially under away! Yes, I do have to study the language. For the last three weeks, language barrier has been a major problem for me. I would go out and hear what people have to say, can understand some, but do not have the capacity to reply. I want to answer questions of what the Jesus’ sacrifice really meant, the Father’s love for us, and what does it really mean to be happy. I want to minister to the people, care for them, love them, and show them the Father’s love. I am so looking forward to this language study, at the same time, I know its not going to be easy, but I am willing to study hard and regain my sense of the language. Since I’ve been in Asia, I found that in order for me to truly to work with the people around me, I need to be able to communicate in the native language.

All Praise & Glory to The Father, Son, & The Holy Spirit