Saturday, 27 February 2010

1 Thessalonians 5:9 -10
For God did not appoint us to wrath, but to obtain salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ, who died for us, that whether we wake or sleep, we should live together with Him.

There are lots of disasters that happen in the world today and many people say that God’s wrath and judgement has come upon that place or person. Many people blame God, but that is not the truth because God would just destroy the world without your permission at any time. He is God Almighty by Himself and He can do whatever He wishes to do. But the God I know is a loving God and Saviour.
There is a story in the Bible about Sodom and Gomorrah where reading it may make you think it was God’s wrath and judgement on the people. But when you pause and think you will realise that God was seeking a righteousness man. This is true because if God was seeking to destroy sinners, He would not allow anyone to stop Him. But when you read the story in Genesis 18:16-33, God let Abraham in on what He was about to do and even allowed Abraham to plead with Him.
Abrahams pleads were heard and God rescued Lot and his daughters before He destroyed the place. This indicates to me that when there is a righteousness man God will spare lives and protect the place. Abraham’s pleads in prayer to God starting from 50 righteous people to 10 people. God’s reply was, “If I find in Sodom fifty righteous within the city, then I will spare the entire place for their sakes.” Abraham stopped at 10. What if he had gone down to just one righteous person, maybe God would have replied the same. A lot of people feel unworthy when they hear the word righteous but all it means is simply, believing in Jesus. No men are perfect including Christians. It is only be the grace of God that we are who we are. (Grace means unmerited favour from God)

Today God has judged our sin on the body of His Son Jesus Christ. At the cross He exhausted all of God’s fiery judgements until there was no more wrath left for us. That is why he cried out saying, “it is finished.” If you are one of those people that feel you are not worthy to draw near to God, I would encourage you to look at the cross and see the finished work Jesus has done. Sin was punished once and for all. Wherever you are tell God, He will hear you and answer your prayer like Abraham. Believe that Jesus is the way truth and life. No sin is too big for God that He will not forgive. He loves you!
Friends, God is not out to judge you but to bless you, not because you deserve it, but because Jesus was judged and punished in your place.

Monday, 22 February 2010

My grandmother(middle). She witnessed the 2nd world war 2 and is still alive. She is a strong woman who raised me up. When the Japanese landed in my village, people were confused and ran for their lives. My grand mother was heavily pregnant and while runing to hide that she gave birth to my mother in a sweet potato garden. When her baby came out she carried the baby and ran to hide in the caves.

My grand mother and my mother are my stars. All the mothers out there - you are doing a great job being a MOTHER, KEEP IT UP.

Sunday, 21 February 2010

My Aunt's Welcome gift.

Friday, 19 February 2010

Life is not a problem to be solved; it is an adventure to be lived.

-John Eldredge-

Tuesday, 16 February 2010

The Purpose of life is to live it as fully as possible, and to be grateful everyday for the privilege of sharing.

-Leonard Bernstein, American Composer-

Thursday, 11 February 2010


Genesis chapter 1:28 declares, “Then God blessed them, and God said to them; be fruitful and multiply; fill the earth and subdue it...””
God’s words are life and spirit (John 6:63) so it is impossible to grasp them with our human mind. They are only revealed to us if we ask Jesus Christ to show us what they mean.
What is potential? Potential is a hidden talent or dormant ability that is yet to be exposed. Success is not potential, and it can sometimes hinder potential from progressing or being exposed.
In Genesis 1:28 God Almighty is talking to both man and woman to be fruitful and multiply. This scripture is so powerful and so when we believe it, it will bring great wealth to our lives and make our living on earth fulfilling and not a waste. As I ponder and study this scripture and understand the meaning of potential, I have come to realise how much I can do. Every human being on earth has the potential to do something that is so fulfilling in life.
God created every living thing so that it can bear itself by producing a seed and growing from a seed. For example, have you seen a mango seed? If you were given a seed and I asked you of the number of seeds you have in your hand, your answer would be one seed. However, if you understood the nature of a seed, your answer would be fact but not the truth. The truth would be that you had a forest in your hand. Why? Because in every tree there is a fruit with seeds in them and these seeds have fruit that have seeds, etc. In other words, there is far more potential than the eye can see.
Genesis 1:12 states that God placed the seed of each living thing within itself (including humans - you and me) and planted within each person or thing the ability to do much more; everything in life has potential.
With our world today we want a quick fix or to get rich quicker, but nothing in life is instant. Why? This gets us back to Genesis 1:28 where in one man’s loins came out the 5 billion people. The earth was not filled instantly with people. He made one person - not a million people. He started from one seed and blessed them and asked them to multiply. That’s the way God works.
If you are one of those people going around thinking I should be doing something better than this, then I would say that is good because deep down in you, you have potential waiting to be exposed. It is demanding you not to settle for your current accomplishments. God is always looking for what is not yet visible. He expects to find inside each person or thing He created more than is apparent on the outside.
Papua New Guinea is a very rich country in its natural resources. The people also have great potential. No one, including prisoners, AIDS victims or school dropouts are useless. Other people can see potential in our country, so they are swarming in like bees to get the good out of our country. We can sit around on our land but others can see beyond that. All they are thinking of is how to get into the country. As long as they do that, it does not matter how they will survive because they know that the people of PNG tend to be spectators while others make a good living if they can enter the country. What one sees as a hopeless case, others see as something good. There are many lives with potential that may never go further because society rejects them. If you are one of those that feel you are useless, I urge you to rethink that idea, because you may be a school dropout or unable to hold down a good job, but you are more talented than you think. Stop looking at other people’s success. God packaged some things in you for the good of the world. Explore them and bring them out so the world can benefit from you. You are not just a cleaner, house wife, prostitute, escort etc. You are more than that. What you see is not who you are. Release your ability before you die. The people of Papua New Guinea will lose out if you don’t start the business, write the book, invent, be the MP, a teacher etc. Let’s not rob the next generation of wealth, treasures and gifts buried within us.

Monday, 8 February 2010

Sunday, 7 February 2010

Monday, 1 February 2010