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'No rebooting needed!'

When a new software is installed, you need to reboot. When a new patch is pushed to your computer, you need to reboot. When a new virus definition has been updated, you need to reboot. When you need to sync your data, files or emails with the central server, you need to reboot.

When you move a new place, you need to readjust. When you’ve not seen your friends for a long time, you need to reconnect. When you’ve not exercise for a long time, you need to retrain.

One thing I find ever green, ‘no rebooting needed’ is the communication with Him. No matter where you are, wheter it’s in the far east, or the north, or in a different continent or in a far far away land, He is still the same. He transcends culture, language, geographical boundaries, political ideologies, social status and all…..to reach down to us.

The church building can be different, the congregation can be totally different, the musical instruments can be of totally combination, the worship songs can be in a different key, the accent of the pastor can be different…...but He is the same. No rebooting needed, no reconnection needed, no status update needed!

It’s amazing :)

For the past two Sundays I’ve been attending All Soul’s church at Langham’s place (near Oxford Circus).

This is how All Souls looks like.



I hope I get to meet John Stott in person. He’s the Rector Emeritus of All Souls.



Years back, a few of the cell members came together and did a bible study on the book of Galatians. Before each bible study session, we had to study the verses, listen to a series of sermons on Galatians and read up additional resources.
Through the audio sermons, John Stott helped us have a better understanding of the book, I couldn’t forget his profoud expository preaching . Whenever we listened to the audio sermons, we were quite tickled by his British accent and the no-nonsense type of voice. If I see him in person, I hope to get his autograph and to thank him personally how much his preaching has helped us.

As Easter draws near, let us remember what He(God) has done for us. Here’s an amazing song I heard in church today…....the chorus goes like this:

Living, He loved me
Dying, He saved me
Buried, He carried my sins far away
Rising, He justified freely forever
One day He’s coming
Oh glorious day, oh glorious day

3 comment(s) to this post


The church photo is too small. I can’t see the building structure very well. But what’ve catched my attention is the London double decker buses. :p

#1tch  ::  4 April 2011, 06:41  ::  #

wah…TCH, u’re totally missing the point here…._|||

#2meisin  ::  4 April 2011, 06:43  ::  #

Embarrassed sorry for way out off topic.

Btw, i just listened to a very very old song “cannot smile without you” by Barry Manilow.

I am sure “He” is now smiling with your arrival in London! :-)

#3tch  ::  4 April 2011, 06:54  ::  #

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