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Wednesday, 20 July 2016


November 24, 2011
12:07 pm

The principle runs through all life from top to bottom. Give up your self, and you will find your real self. Lose your life and you will save it. Submit to death, death of your ambitions and favourite wishes every day and death of your whole body in the end: submit with every fiber of your being, and you will find eternal life. Keep back nothing. Nothing that you have not given away will ever be really yours. Nothing in you that has not died will ever be raised from the dead. Look for yourself, and you will find in the long run only hatred, loneliness, despair, rage, ruin, and decay. But look for Christ and you will find Him, and with Him everything else thrown in. - C.S. LEWIS

Monday, 18 July 2016


November 24, 2011
10:01 pm
Tonight was a night of sadness Lord. The thought and knowing of the sanctity and purity of marriage is very rare nowadays and to see that “everybody” can be “satisfied” sexually in always everywhere at every one gives an overwhelming sorrow, most to the fact of knowing that your “friends’ somehow gave it “away”.

Chastity nowadays is a “blur” to those who are “in” for the sin. Even the “suppose Christians” does it.

I am hoping that there is still a “man” who has the courage to pay the prize of “commitment”, who would also “treasure” the “purity” within him, who would greatly value “chastity” and will patiently for the “approved” time- that is MARRIAGE.

Lord, as I wait for my true love, it may be possible that the one that I would love already gave it away, but turned away from sin, and humbly repented his sins and You washed and forgiven him... then if you would give me that man, then I would thankfully and praise You still and receive with wide open arms of your “gift” to me.

I am waiting patiently for that “man” whom I’m praying and hoping for. I pray that he is a man of courage not brevity, a man who could commit, who would be faithful and true, who has high standards, but knows how to keep it low, a man who knows to laugh, who can see life in a joyful and thankful way, who prays and sings, and dance for joy, even when is not. I pray that he is man who honors marriage and believes in marriage... I pray that he would love to see me grow in my faith and help me in my faith... I pray that he would be my protector, encourager, a lover and a friend.

Above everything else, I pray to see You in him…

Whoever he might be Father, as I wait on him and believes that You’ve created someone for me and me for him, may You grant us the desire to “wait patiently” upon You Lord.
This world is imperfect, and the one that You would give me is a mere imperfect, sinful man, just as I am. But by Your grace- You will make us whole and perfect according to Your riches and glory, according to Your unending mercy and unending love..

Guide us O Lord, to walk in the light and path of righteousness... we abide in You Father, we need You...

Be with us all now ad forevermore...


We learn, on the one hand, that we cannot trust ourselves even in our best moments, and, on the other, that we need not despair even in our worst, for our failures are forgiven. The only fatal thing is to sit down content with anything less than perfection."  C.S. Lewis - Mere Christianity

Sunday, 17 July 2016


November 23, 2011
1:06 pm

God is not hurried along in the time-stream of this universe any more than an author is hurried along in the imaginary time of his own novel. He has infinite attention to spare for each one of us. He does not have to deal with us in the mass. You are as much alone with Him as if you are the only being He had created. When Christ died, he died for you individually just as much as if you had been the only man in the world.”

God has no history. He is too completely and utterly real to have one.

“at first if is natural for a baby to take its mother’s milk without knowing its mother. It is equally natural for us to see the man who helps us without serving Christ behind him. but we must not remain babies. We must go on to recognize the real Giver. It is madness not to. Because, if we do not, we shall be relying on human beings. And that is going to let us down. The best of them will make mistakes; all of them will die. We must be thankful to all the people who have helped us, we must honour them and love them. But never, never pin your whole faith on any human being: not if he is the best and wisest in the whole world. There are lots of nice things you can do with sand: but do not try building a house on it.”

God looks at you as you were a little Christ” Christ stands beside you to turn you into one.

Christ says “Give me All. I don’t want so much of your time and so much of your money and so much of your work: I want You. I have not come to torment your natural self, but to kill it. No half-measures are any good. I don’t want to cut off a branch here and a branch there, I want to have the whole tree down. I don’t want to drill the tooth, or crown it, or stop it, but to have it out. Hand over the whole natural self, all the desires which you think innocent as well as the ones you think wicked-the whole outfit. I will give you a new self instead. In fact, I will give you Myself: my own will shall become yours.”

Laziness means more work in the long run.

The cowardly thing is also the most dangerous thing.
He never talked vague, idealistic gas. When he said, “Be perfect,” He meant it. He meant that we must go in for the full treatment. It is hard; but the sort of compromise we are all hankering after is harder-in fact, it is impossible. It may be hard for an egg to turn into a bird: it would be a jolly sight harder for it to learn to fly while remaining an egg.

We are like eggs at present. And you cannot go on indefinitely being just an ordinary, decent egg. We must be hatched or go bad.

He warned people to “count the cost” before becoming Christians. “Make no mistake,” He says, “if you let me, I will make you perfect. The moment you put yourself in My hands, that is what you are in for. Nothing less, or other, than that. You have free will, and if you choose, you can push Me away. But if you do not push Me away, understand that I am going to see this job through. Whatever suffering it may cost you in your earthly life, whatever inconceivable purification it may cost you after death, whatever it costs Me, I will never rest, nor let you rest, until you are literally perfect-until my Father can say without reservation that He is well pleased with you, as He said He was well pleased with me. This I can do and will do. But I will not do anything less.”

As a great Christian writer (George MacDonald) pointed out, every father is pleased at the baby’s first attempt to walk: no father would be satisfied with anything less than a firm, free, manly walk in a grown-up son. In the same way, he said, “God is easy to please, but hard to satisfy.”

To shrink back from that plan is not humility; it is laziness and cowardice. To submit to it is not conceit or megalomania; it is obedience.

Tuesday, 12 July 2016

Mere Christianity Quotes

November 21, 2011
11:00 pm

"A Christian society is not going to arrive until most of us really want it;  and we are not going to want it until we become fully Christian.  I may repeat 'Do as you would be done by' till I am black in the face, but I cannot really carry it out till I love my neighbor as myself:  and I cannot love my neighbor as myself till I learn to love God:  and I cannot learn to love God except by learning to obey Him.  And so, as I warned you, we are driven on to something more inward -- driven on from social matters to religious matters.  For the longest way round is the shortest way home."

“everyone says forgiveness is a lovely idea, until they have something to forgive.”

Charity means ‘Love, in the Christian sense’. But love, in the Christian sense, does not mean an emotion. It is a state not of the feelings but of the will; that state of the will which we have naturally about ourselves, and must learn to have about other people...."

Christian Love, either towards God or towards man, is an affair of the will. If we are trying to do His will we are obeying the commandment, “Thou shalt love the Lord thy God.” He will give us feelings of love if He pleases. We cannot create them for ourselves, and we must not demand them as a right. But the great thing to remember is that, though our feelings come and go, His love for us does not. It is not wearied by our sins, or our indifference; and, therefore, it is quite relentless in its determination that we shall be cured of those sins, at whatever cost to us, at whatever cost to Him."

"Creatures are not born with desires unless satisfaction for those desires exists."

"If  I found myself a desire which no experience in this world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is that I was made for another world."

"Faith is the art of holding on to things your reason has once accepted, in spite of your changing moods."

Daily prayers and religious readings and churchgoing are necessary parts of the Christian life. We have to be continually reminded of what we believe.

No man knows how bad he is till he has tried very hard to be good.

The first half is, "Work out your own salvation with fear and trembling"--which looks as if everything depended on us and our good actions: but the second half goes on, "For it is God who worketh in you"--which looks as if God did everything and we nothing.

Sunday, 10 July 2016


November 19, 2011
5:00 pm

“ God keeps no one on  the waiting unless He sees that it is good for Him to wait.”