By Pr Evangeline Cheong

 

Dear Glory Family,

I’m thankful for all your prayers and support as I took the last 7 months off for a time of resting and renewal. You may have wondered what I’ve been up to. To answer some common questions that you may or may not have…

BY REV GOH YONG KUANG

 

11 You turned my wailing into dancing; you removed my sackcloth and clothed me with joy,

12 that my heart may sing your praises and not be silent. LORD my God, I will praise you forever.

Psalm 30:11-12, NIV


If you are residing in an HDB estate, you would most likely notice large blue recycling bins placed at strategic locations that are convenient and accessible to the residents. 

 

BY REV GOH YONG KUANG

 

“Zeal for your house will consume me.” - JOHN 2:17, ESV

 

The disciples remembered the above Old Testament prophecy when they saw their Lord Jesus drove out the vendors and money changers from the temple premises.

BY REV GOH YONG KUANG

 

Be careful to live properly among your unbelieving neighbors.

Then even if they accuse you of doing wrong, they will see your honorable behavior, and they will give honor to God when he judges the world.

 PETER 2:12, NLT

 

As Christians, we are constantly under the scrutiny of the world – probably more than the people of other faiths. Somehow, the world expects us to be living on a higher moral plane, yet at the same time despises us for it (that’s the irony). 

BY REV GOH YONG KUANG

 

Weight is one of those sensitive topics that we normally avoid in a conversation. Yet, it’s also a subject that one should not ignore, brush away or take offence… especially if it concerns an underlying medical issue. Lately, some people have been asking about my weight loss and expressing concern.

BY REV GOH YONG KUANG

 

I can still remember a game that my friends and I played during our youth fellowship days. Two persons were selected to represent two opposing teams to compete in an obstacle course. The game requires the participant who is blindfolded to navigate through a series of physical obstacles, such as chairs, tables and other objects without running into them. The team members will give out verbal instructions to their teammate, while the opposing team will shout as loud as they can to distract and to mislead their opponent with their conflicting instructions.