Steve Ngai (危 志 荣) KuaLa Lumpur, Malaysia

Milestone – Ten Year as Christian (Part 2 – End)

Note: Some content of this blog is more relatable to the members of Central Christian Church. Some content of this blog is taken from my dairy which was written at that point of time.

Some Earliest Funny Moments 😀
When I was a young Christian, I thought I can’t open my eye when praying. Once, I prayed with two brothers. We took turn and they prayed for very long and I struggle because when I closed my eyes for too long, I feel like I want to faint. Only later, I realized that I don’t need to close my eyes when I pray. Haha … I always laughed about this when think back.

When I was being asked what holds me back to become Christian, I said, “I’m afraid I can’t play snooker anymore.” That time, I was so crazy about playing snooker. I brought five tapes to watch and learn snooker. I went to the snooker center at Kotaraya, 4th floor almost everyday for an average of four to five hours. Then, Raymond said, “No, you can play but play with the Christian lah.”. That fixed it! Haha!

First Time
Everyone has his/her first time of doing certain things. So, here are some from me, in this church for the past ten years.

BIG Happy Moments 🙂
I think these are the big happy, special and memorable moments in these ten years. Really miss these great moments.

Encouragement
Here I would like to take the opportunity to encourage the christians. No matter how tired and tough your life is, don’t give up. Hang on there. The road could be hard to walk sometimes but perhaps that is what Jesus is talking about at Matthew 7:14, “But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it.“.

With God’s strength (Phi 4:13) and by grace through faith (Eph 2:8) and encouragement from one another (Heb 3:13; Heb 10:24-25), surely we can complete this spiritual journey together.

For those who is doing okay or great now, keep it up. Guarding our heart is an ongoing thing. For those you have opportunity to study bible or be involed in people’s life, hey, give your best. You will never know what difference you can make to someone’s life.


 

From – Milestone – Ten Year as Christian (Part 1)