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当中 之中 Midst & Amongst

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找白发在黑发当中
找贵人在小人当中
找好果在烂果之中
找干净水在脏水之中
是难免的是

难到不能
找优点在缺点当中
找对看法在错恶之中
寻找和睦相处在吵闹之中
很难吗?

来跟我
寻找神高羊在患乱当中
寻找光在黑暗之中
走在神的旨意当中
虽然辛苦
可是会有
平暗和喜乐冲满您的心
来赞美耶和华的名
来唱歌颂活神的名

Looking for white hair strands amongst black hair strands
Searching for good people amongst evil people
Picking fresh fruits in the midst of rotten fruits
Searching for cleanliness in the midst of dirtiness
All these are common traits in us

Is it difficult for us to
See good traits in others rather than their bad traits?
Find the right perspective in the midst of wrong perspective?
Pursuing peace after quarrel subsides?
Is it hard?

Come and
Seek the Lamb of God in the midst of our adversities
Pursue the Light in the midst of darkness
Walking in God’s will
Though it may seems difficult
But you will
Peace and joy will flood your hearts
Let’s sing praises to the Name above all names


Inspiration On: Sunday, 20 October 2013 at 11pm
Inspiration Ends On: Wednesday, 23 October 2013 at 5:28pm

My 39 months son pulled a strand of his dad’s white hair. Next day, he was looking for it but gave up due to too much white hair among the black hair. He was worried to pluck the black and the white hair at the same time. Upon observing this scene, this birthed out this poetry.

Upon writing this, I realized why people tend to take advantage of me. I talk too much of my weaknesses instead of my strengths. But I found my strengths from my good friends and friends. My weaknesses seem too clear for me without realizing others. No wonder I have low self confidence. Even though with my low self confidence, I find strength in Christ and to persevere. Gradually, my hard work pays off when I see my improvements. God bless you all for reading my poetry to minister.

PA

PA

~ Hikari Yori

Play along in dark humour lead to dark aura
Play along during strife increase conflict
Play along in unison to harm the innocent hurt own conscience
Play along to bring white humour bless the hurting
Play along to bless others’ needs reap warmth in both parties’ hearts and minds
Play and play to pass the days will not bring happiness
Play and bless others through play ministry brings purpose in us to the Lord

~ Tojiru Yoshiko


Inspiration On: Friday, 12 July 2013 at 1:39am to 12:15pm

Tojiru Yoshiko
My son purposely slowed down and refused to change his clothes. He particularly hates a seat cover and named it “teeth”. On Sunday, our guest bought him that seat cover. Its roughness gave the feeling of teeth. Suddenly, a light bulb appeared in my mind. Scaring him that the “teeth” asked me to let it out of the storeroom to jump around the living room. Fearful noise and look, he speedily changed to pyjamas and entered the room. Unexpectedly, he talked about this to his dad. He questioned me what is “teeth”. Using my body language to ask him to sing the same tune as me. Upon reflecting this, the above poetry flowed out.

Hikari Yori
When I heard of Yoshiko’s story, “Play along” came and produced the acronym of PA, which stands for Public Announcement.

Hazy Smell

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Buildings, trees and roads are blurry
Haze envelops the white blue sky
Sky is foggy with smelly haze
Hazy surges from the smoke
Smoke of burnt flames
Flaming the leafs
Leafs grown on
The trees
F
L
O
W
N
From the
Neighbouring countries
Affecting the weather
Weather affect the people
People to get allergy and sickness
Sickness tend to spread to other people
Unless actions are taken to stop
This smelly foggy haze from
Affecting the environment
In turn this will also
Affect the one
Who cause
This


Inspiration On: Monday, 17 June 2013 at 6:16pm
Inspiration Ends On: Wednesday, 19 June 2013 at 12am

This poetry began with, “hazy” and “surge”. Gradually, as the haze was increasing and came out of the news, more inspirations flowed out. Then I was reminded of Proverbs 28:10 where its context is between verse 9 to 11 speaking, “If anyone turns a deaf ear to My instruction, even their prayers are detestable. Whoever leads the upright along an evil path will fall into their own trap, but the blameless will receive a good inheritance. The rich are wise in their own eyes; one who is poor and discerning sees how deluded they are.