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Being Patient in Suffering     By Becky Yuan        
When working in the Lord’s field, we inevitably encounter challenging situations. If the difficulty seems too great to bear, we begin to lose patience. How do you handle difficulties when working for the Lord?

Borne by Four     By Hain-Lee Hsueh        
When we hear prayer requests, we are seeing fellow brethren in need along the road. How earnestly do we pray for them? How far out of our way are we willing to go to help them? We can either be part of the multitudes that pass them by, or be the few good Samaritans. Let us choose to have compassion.

Workers' Self-examination     By FF Chong        
Often, the greatest obstacle to doing God’s work is the workers themselves. Workers focus so much on the work itself that they lose sight of the divine purpose. Our service should spring naturally from understanding God’s will, which is the foundation of our work.

Walking into Gethsemane     By Alethea Chan        
In the Garden of Gethsemane, the Lord Jesus poured out His anxieties to God in prayer. Do we do the same when faced with all kinds of challenges and anxieties? Do we go into our Gethsemane to entrust everything to God in prayer?

To Stand Out Among Tares     By Rebecca Lee        
We are to live among the tares until the harvest at the end of the age, as Jesus instructed, “[L]est while you gather up the tares you also uproot the wheat with them. Let both grow together until the harvest” (Mt 13:29, 30a). But, as we live among tares, have we become assimilated with them? Do we still shine forth as the wheat that await the harvester’s coming?

I Will No Longer Deliver You     By Albert S. Chen        
Is our spiritual life like the history of the Israelites, stuck in a sin-repent-sin-repent cycle? While it is true that God is always ready to welcome back the prodigal son, there will come a point in time when God will tell us that He will no longer deliver us. Let us not foolishly continue to sin, thinking that God will forgive and forgive over and over again.

The Greatest Love     By Hoanne Chu        
“For this my son was dead and is alive again; he was lost and is found.” (Luke 15:24). God does not rejoice in the fall of any of His children. In fact, he is always waiting for the return of the prodigal sons and daughters. When you think you have fallen, you must all the more repent and return to God.

Not a Leftover     By Liliana Chan        
Most people do not enjoy eating leftovers. Leftovers are always low on our priority lists. Yet, unknowingly, many of us have relegated God to a position of being a leftover, turning to God only when all else fails, or when we are well-entertained by other things of the world.

An Unremarkable Gesture     By Hain-Lee Hsieh        
When we think of testimonies, we think of big miracles. Actually, everyday is full of testimonies of the Lord’s mercy and love for us. We just have to be more attuned to the many seemingly unremarkable miracles God performs for us each and every day.

While It Is Day     By Stephen Ku        
It is human nature to procrastinate. In our life of faith — our relationship with God and service to Him — it is often the case. What would you do differently if you realize that time may not be in your hands?

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