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Con

Con

Con


Inspiration On: Saturday, 2 November 2013 at 3:22pm
Inspiration Ends On: Friday, 15 November 2013 at 1:02pm

Hikari Yori
Suddenly, the idea of defining con acronym came “Caught Off Guard” except for letter n. According to the free dictionary, con means

  1. involving abuse of confidence; deceitfully manipulative: a con trick.
  2. to swindle; trick.
  3. to persuade by deception, cajolery, etc.
    Li>a confidence game or swindle.
  • a lie, exaggeration, or glib self-serving talk.

    Tojiru Yoshiko
    Yori’s acrostic poetry gave me the visual idea of the devil’s deception described by Jesus in the book of gospel. After communicating with Yiri cia email, inspirations flowed out as I continued writing it down.

Hiss

Hiss

Do these drive us to insanity?
Do these lead us to seek God’s forgiveness?
Why does Jesus Christ comes?


Inspiration On: Monday, 2 September 2013 at 9:11am
Inspiration On: Saturday, 7 September 2013 at 2:07am

Jeremiah 37:3 in NASB is the source of idea to define acronym Hiss. Hiss is the sound from snake. This reminded me of mankind’s fall to temptation instigated by the serpent.

Oh Eve, Oh Eve

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Oh Eve, Oh Eve,
What had you done?
In the beginning of the world,
You were made perfectly by the Creator
You were made in perfect beauty by the Creator

But, you let the serpent
To beguile you
To tempt you
To let you astray
To sin against the Lord
And hurt your husband spiritually
And hurt your true spiritual life
And hurt your descendants
And let sin enter and rule this world

You are
Letting your Creator down
Letting your husband down
Letting yourself down
Letting your descendants down

Ultimately, bringing curse upon yourself
Bringing curse to the earth
Bringing curse to the nations birth out of you

But the Creator choose to forgive and bless you
But Adam also choose to forgive and bless you
But Adam, you, and your descendants
Have to bear the consequences of your actions
Have to pay painful hefty price of your actions
Though the Lord gave the promise
To strike the serpent’s head with the heel
From your future promised Seed

The promised Seed had come
He had struck and bruised the serpent’s head
He had bring love to the lost world
He had bring life to this condemned earth
He had bring hope to the mankind
He had bring salvation to this earth
He let the captives free for those who trust and depend in Him

Thank Him and praise His holy name.

For a woman will either bring
Success to her man
Or
Downfall to her man.

Young Eves
Choose Life
To secure your heart from going astray
To secure your salvation
To secure your man’s success
To secure your life as well
To secure your descendants’ life and success.

How to secure?
How to live successfully?
Humble yourself before Immanuel
Believe in the Messiah
Receive Him as Your Life and Saviour
Seek Him in your daily lives
By living according to His instructions
His instructions are like building your house upon the rocks.

May the Lord be upon you and bless you
As you live according to
His Words
His instructions
His perfect will.

For He knows that we are weak.
For He knows that we are from dust.


Inspiration On: Sunday, 1 July 2012 at 11:22pm to 11:59pm
Revised On: Monday, 2 July 2012 at 5:07pm

In response to the Scriptures in reference to Genesis 1-3, Isaiah 42:6-8, Proverbs 31, and the New Testament.

It suddenly starts as:
“Eve, Eve,
What had you done?
In the beginning of the world,
You were made perfectly by the Creator
But, you let the serpent
To sow discord and doubts
To beguile you
To tempt you
To sin against the Lord”

Blaming Game

Life is full of uncertainties
Life is never fair

Everyone has their own stories and background
Some goes through difficult paths
Some have a blessed life
Some are born in a rich family
Some are born in a mediocre family
Some are born in a poor family
Some are born out of wedlock

We can not choose our own family

This world is full of blaming game
This world is full of blaming cycle
A cycle that is always repeated.
A never ending cycle.
Ever since the time of Adam and Eve.
Should we continue blaming?

No.
Stop the blaming.
Instead, we need to be responsible of our own actions.


Inspiration On: Saturday, 10 September 2011 at 11:25 pm

These words suddenly speak into my heart like there is an inner voice of my observation about life. So I quickly write it down to my paper. In the beginning of creation, Adam blamed Eve for eating the forbidden fruit and Eve blamed the serpent. (Genesis 3) Absalom blamed King David as an excuse of his revenge to kill Amnon and to usurp the throne. (2 Samuel 13-18).