Monthly Archives: October 2007


Above all else, guard your heart, for it is the wellspring of life. Proverbs 4:23 Advertisements

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Where the Heart Flows

Words are like a river, they gush forth into streams of promises, lies and all the other rivulets of thought that flood our minds. And most of the time, we never really know for sure how such things always water … Continue reading

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Two Prayers

Last night my little boy confessed to me Some childish wrong; And kneeling at my knee, He prayed with tears— “Dear God, make me a man Like Daddy—wise and strong; I know you can.” Then while he slept I knelt … Continue reading

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A New Home for Our Ukrainian Pastor’s Family

I just want to share here the faithfulness and goodness of God to the Sayenko Family. This month marks the big breakthrough in their life: they have just acquired a bigger flat for their growing family. We’ve been praying with … Continue reading

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A Single Flair

A single flair of a kaleidoscope in exploding mirages arises like a Phoenix from the emotional ash heap filled with the resilient and fiery fangs so piercing of my veil of thoughts and lucidity. Between the marauding demons and corruptive … Continue reading

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God Provides

It has been two years since we made the decision as a family to come here in the border of Thailand-Myanmar as missionaries. We left the cozy and friendly environment of the Baptist Seminary in Baguio, and hied off to … Continue reading

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White Rose out of the Green Trash Can

One day, when I returned from my holiday, I spotted a white rose in a very unusual place. A few weeks ago – I remember – I had just dumped the pot with the sick rose bush with its yellow … Continue reading

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