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    God help us! Hosanna!
    Sunday, 28 March 2010 @ 09:27 pm SGT
    Contributed by: Yinghuo Chong
    Views:: 8,248
    ChowTime Hosanna! Hosanna in the highest!

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    Sukkot, Mid-Autumn Festival, Family Time
    Saturday, 03 October 2009 @ 08:06 pm SGT
    Contributed by: Yinghuo Chong
    Views:: 9,368
    ChowTime How wonderful that this year the start of the Feast of Tabernacles (October 3) coincides with the Mid-Autumn Festival that the Chinese are celebrating. The date falls on the full moon of the seventh month in the Jewish calendar and the full moon of the eighth month for the Chinese lunar calendar.

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    Purim – Seek the Hidden
    Monday, 09 March 2009 @ 06:59 pm SGT
    Contributed by: Yinghuo Chong
    Views:: 8,832
    ChowTime Purim—which will be celebrated tomorrow—is a wonderful reminder of the sovereignty of God and an appropriate feast to be observed and understood in these difficult times.

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    FU: Happiness is … Being With The Lord!
    Monday, 05 January 2009 @ 10:44 pm SGT
    Contributed by: Admin
    Views:: 6,332
    ChowTime The character “fu” stands for happiness and good fortune, something much desired by the Chinese, not only during Chinese New Year but all year round.

    From a Christian perspective, “fu” is also something to be grasped. It links-up with other characters to mean bless (zhu-fu), blessedness (fu-ze), good news and gospel (fu-yin), and evangelism (fu-yin zhu-yi). In the Beatitudes, the character (you-fu-le) appears nine times and means blessed is.

    Its radical on the left is the God or Spirit radical, and on the right, there is a one or first, a mouth (which represents a person), and a field or garden. God alone with the first man (Adam) in a garden (Eden) is certainly a good way to depict happiness.

    In the Book of Revelations, eternal blessing is promised when God Himself will dwell with His people in the new Jerusalem "laid out like a square" (garden). There will be true happiness—no more tears, death, mourning, crying or pain.

    The first man was alone with God soon after he was created. And the "last Adam"—Jesus Christ—in His last few hours as Man, was also alone with God in another garden, in Gethsemane. Although this was His most sorrowful moment, Jesus needed time alone with His Father. It prepared Him to die for us and set us free spiritually.

    Happiness is found in seeking and being with the Lord, whatever our circumstances may be. In Jeremiah 29, the Lord said: "You will seek Me and find Me when you seek Me with all your heart." That is the heart of God: He is our Father; He longs for us to seek Him and to know Him. The best way of doing this is by spending time alone with Him, in our spiritual garden. That is the greatest place of blessedness.

    May the New Year bring you this blessing and happiness in your fellowship with the Lord.

    Yinghuo Chong

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    Save, LORD!
    Thursday, 01 January 2009 @ 11:36 am SGT
    Contributed by: Yinghuo Chong
    Views:: 8,678
    ChowTime In the past weeks, months, yes, even for this whole year, have any of you felt a sense of despair just watching what is happening around you?

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    Passover and the completed work of Jesus
    Sunday, 20 April 2008 @ 05:10 am SGT
    Contributed by: Yinghuo Chong
    Views:: 9,715
    ChowTime It is very interesting that on this week of Passover, the parashas reading of the Torah for the week deals with the Day of Atonement and so many issues that we believers are taught relating to the crucifixion and death of our Messiah.

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    How to straddle two traditions? Mourn or make merry?
    Friday, 21 March 2008 @ 05:17 am SGT
    Contributed by: Yinghuo Chong
    Views:: 10,005
    ChowTime Tonight millions of Christians will be in vigil, remembering the pain, agony, grief and suffering of our beloved Savior.

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    Avoid the X'mas rush: Give thanks.
    Thursday, 22 November 2007 @ 10:29 pm SGT
    Contributed by: Yinghuo Chong
    Views:: 12,276
    ChowTime As pre-Christmas consumerism creeps up on us, let us not be swayed into it. Let us celebrate and hold on to Thanksgiving instead.

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    Off the beaten path
    Wednesday, 05 April 2006 @ 07:07 pm SGT
    Contributed by: Yinghuo Chong
    Views:: 14,106
    ChowTime Here in the US we moved our clocks forward one hour earlier last weekend to change to summer daylight savings. I did that dutifully, adjusting my watch according to how my husband fixed the time on our little clock in our bathroom that morning.

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    Weapons of Mass Destruction
    Sunday, 05 March 2006 @ 11:15 pm SGT
    Contributed by: Gatekeeper
    Views:: 16,159
    ChowTime Technology has come such a long way since the 1990s. Armed with Ipod Videos, laptops, smart phones, blogs, it not only equip road warriors with the tools for their trade, it also arms our young with weapons of mass distraction, not to mention weapons of mass destruction. These mass-media communication tools draw our young to sorts of messages - good and bad.

    Does that mean we should confiscate all tools of communication from them? May be... But that would be the easy answer. The tougher answer really is one that we already know... that we need to get involved. For example. Have you read your child's blog recently? Do you even know her URL? Well, just for your information - the rest of the world is reading her blog. She might be exposing secrets that might harm you.. no, I am not suggesting her body - I am suggesting your financial, office, home information that might just crush you. Did that grab your attention yet?

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