I was contemplating on doing something major when someone sent me an earth-shattering news.  I was like what am I gonna do now?!

Then this message was sent to me as soon as I received that earth-shattering news:

Hi __,

Encouragement, testing and encouragement goes on…

But now the Lord says:  Be strong, Zerubbabel.  Be strong, Jeshua son of Jehozadak, the high priest.  Be strong, all you people still left in the land.  And now get to work, for I am with you, says the Lord of Heaven’s Armies.  My Spirit remains among you, just as I promised when you came out of Egypt.  So do not be afraid.” (Haggai 2:4-5 NLT)

After work, I went to this moon lantern festival.  It was fun for me seeing kids and adults to showcase their talents 🙂  At such a young age, some kids can play violin really well. 🙂  I finally tasted a mooncake, too. 🙂

I also liked the weather this afternoon.  I love the wind and walking.  I think I needed it that time.  That festival helped me to relax. 🙂  God is really good to me.  I am really under His care. 🙂


Guide me Lord in everything I do.  I will do my best, I know You will take care of the rest.  I praise You Lord God, You are worthy of all praises all the time.

I had massive homesick attack this afternoon, I needed to go for a walk, then I saw the sun, shining brightly and so big getting ready to set.  I thought how marvelous God is for creating a sun like that.

I anticipate the great things that God is doing in my life.  Thank You Lord.  In Jesus’ name.  Amen.

Godly Touch

There are reasons why we hold on to something.  Even on the verge of giving up, something happens–something which Max Lucado would call the godly touch.  Today, mine are these strangers being nice to me.  Two kids waving (even if it’s because of a dare), fellow foreigners’ smile, thankful people, apologetic people.  God is still in control. 🙂