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Abandonment

Abandonment

Abandonment causes grievances to an adult and even a child
Such negligence in a family is fatal in the future of abandoned person
Mankind choice of abandoning God’s truth and negligence in living it out
Lead to mankind’s demise and final destruction
Seek and Remember our first love and true responsibility


Inspiration On: Sunday, 13 October 2013 at 1:08am
Inspiration End On: Thursday, 17 October 2013 at 2:37am

Abandonment is the most painful feelings and memories. Thinking of it, some words define the acronym of abandon. But writing blocks occurred. Next day, more words define every letter and stuck again. Until the final day, all the blanks are completely filled in.

Rod

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Rod

Rod is used to rebuke the wayward behaviour of children to wake them
Out of their own blindness that is
Dangerous to themselves and others.

Redeem the naive children
Out of the
Dangerous pitfall of sins that leads to death.


Inspiration On: Tuesday, 14 May 2013 from 11:59am to 1:26pm

Proverbs 22:15 is the source of my inspiration.

Wisp

Wisp

What and who is the work in slow progress?
Humans are.
Does the progress lead to
Good attitudes, actions & behaviour
Or
Wrong attitudes and actions & behaviour?
Each of us is like a strand in a rope
In the midst of differences, God loves us
His love helps us to correct ourselves for His kingdom
Our contributions help in expanding His Kingdom
Kingdom of salvation filled with peace.
What is slowing us down in our growth in our faith in our Lord Jesus Christ?


Inspiration On: Monday, 22 April 2013 at 6:12pm
Inspiration Ends On: Thursday, 25 April 2013 at 2:33am

According to Collins English Dictionary, wisp means
Noun

  1. A thin, light, delicate, or fibrous piece or strand, such as a streak of smoke or a lock of hair
  2. (Life Sciences & Allied Applications / Agriculture) a small bundle, as of hay or straw
  3. Anything slender and delicate a wisp of a girl
  4. A mere suggestion or hint
  5. (Life Sciences & Allied Applications / Zoology) a flock of birds, esp snipe

Verb

  1. (intr; often foll by away) to move or act like a wisp
  2. (tr) Chiefly Brit dialect to twist into a wisp
  3. (Individual Sports & Recreations / Horse Training, Riding & Manège)
    (tr) Chiefly Brit to groom (a horse) with a wisp of straw, etc.