Monthly Archives: July 2022
Undercover. Husai's David's 卧底 in Absalom's court against Ahithophel.
Looking back at the fame Michael Liu or Alex Tseng gained, or anyone who once closely related to Stephen Tong in public, I see that it is important to distinguish one's fame from oneself or from connections. Famous or not, … Continue reading
Thought I was going to replace the screen again because I thought my accidentally sitting on the laptop had somewhat cracked the screen internally (not physically shown). Because I forgot I placed the laptop under the seating cushion of the … Continue reading
When a great founder of a church, ministry passed, there usually is no good replacement, not to mention better ones. In fact, most of these churches would start selling recordings of that said founder. To survive? To matter? I don't … Continue reading
Kathy’s Word of the Week Weekly Brain Food brought to you by our CHRO arbiter Pronunciation: ahr–bi-ter Definition: decision maker As used in a sentence: The mayor will act as the final arbiter in any dispute between board members.
Reflecting back on 2nd Samuel, it's not just about multiple wives issue, but the way the Israelites sought for their own king, parallel the forbidden fruit in Eden. Though made by God and all things He made were good, men, … Continue reading