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Hearts Hardened Towards Loaves     By Hain-Lee Hsueh        
In Romans 1:20-21, Paul writes that we have no excuse not to glorify and be thankful to God. The ordinary everyday things—daily provision, protection, and safety—manifest God's greatness just as much as the extraordinary. Through creation alone, things that are made, we can clearly see His eternal power and Godhead. Truly, everyday is a miracle and grace worth marveling.

Music to the Lord     By Hain-Lee Hsueh        
Music is a form of expression in our daily lives, whether through our iPods on the street or from the radio in our cars. What melodies are most likely to be stuck in our heads and hummed from our mouths? What place does the word of God have in the songs we listen to?

Offense is the Best Defense     By Hain-Lee Hsueh        
It is human tendency to want to feel settled. In our spiritual walk however, to sit back and relax in complacency will not get us closer to God. We need to actively seek out the weaknesses inside of ourselves and engage in perpetual battle to improve ourselves.

The Sweet Psalmist of Israel     By Hain-Lee Hsueh        
Day to day, we may study diligently and work tirelessly hoping to be remembered by some small but lasting contribution to the world. However, in the end, how and by whom will we be remembered?

When the Going is Good     By Hain-Lee Hsueh        
Reaching out to God in times of trouble is pretty natural. But what about the period in between, after our problems are resolved and before the next hardship comes our way?

Where Do We Stand?     By Hain-Lee Hsueh        
"And it came to pass, when Joshua was by Jericho, that he lifted his eyes and looked . . ." Joshua knew he had a mission to conquer Jericho, a decadent city of sin. What do we see when confronted with the Jerichos of our lives?

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.

Growing Pains     By Ian Lin        
Where is God in times of tribulations? Is He still with us?

If We Have Done Well, Let It Be Well     By Jeffrey Lin        
How can we improve our servitude by redirecting our focus from self-criticism?

Don't Turn Back     By Jennifer Lee        
July Fourth is America's Independence Day. This holiday is an opportunity for us to remember that once we are spiritually free from sin, we should never turn back.

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