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We wear masks because we want to appear more perfect than we really are. But the reality of it is, all of us are so very imperfect. Yet we persist in wearing masks to hide who we really are from others because we fear their disapproval, believing that we have to present ourselves in a certain way in order to fit in and be accepted.
We are afraid of letting people see the real “us,” so depending on the occasion or circumstance we slip on a mask to fit the need of the moment. At work we may throw on a mask of authority and power in order to seem like we’re in control of our environment. At home we may put on a mask of “everything is okay,” out of fear that our spouse might stop loving us if they find out we have real problems. Some people wear their super-religious masks to conceal the guilt and shame of their secret sins. Sometimes we wear our happy-face mask to conceal our fear, anger, hurt, worry, and even depression.
Many of us Christians wear masks. We pretend to be something that we are not. We have our “Sunday mask.” We have our “model-parent mask.” We have our “happy Christian mask,” etc. etc. We try to hide our true character from each other, and even more amazing, we think we can hide our true character from God!
But masks are like fig leaves, and God can see through fig leaves! And He can see through our masks just as easily. We need to quit trying to hide from God and let Him change our character so we don’t have to wear masks and fig leaves anymore.
The word “integrity” means being the same on the outside as you are on the inside. It is about being the same person when you are at home all alone in the dark, as you are when people are watching you. We need to become men and women of integrity. All of us come to God broken. That’s a fact! Maybe it’s alcoholism, pornography, adultery, drug addiction, selfishness, gossip, a nasty temper, greed, or envy. What is it that hides behind your mask? It doesn’t matter. In Christ there is genuine and complete cleansing and forgiveness. Moreover, God forgets what we were and only sees us as we are now in Christ Jesus. The masks can come down now. We don’t have to pretend with Him. He knows everything, and He loves us anyway. How cool is that?
Let take off our stupid masks since they don’t work anyway, and let’s make sure that we don’t slip them back on. And remember, God loves parties, but His are always “come-as-you-are parties,” not “masquerade balls.”
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VBS 2014: Space Quest
Blasting off into space in 59 days! Hope to see your kids there! Register today!
For registration forms, you can…
1. OFFLINE – Download the images below and print the form. Submit the hardcopy to us.
2. ONLINE – Click the link —> VBS 2014 – SpaceQuest Registration Form
Date: October 4, 2014 (Saturday)
Time: 9.00 a.m.- 1:30 p.m.
Venue: Wesley Methodist Church Klang
4 Jalan Bukit Jawa, 41000 Klang Tel: 3372 2698
Cost: RM10.00 per person (inclusive of tea)
Closing Date For Registration : September 28, 2014 (Sunday)
About the speaker : Rev Kok Sing Chong graduated from Trinity Theological College Singapore in 1976. From 1977 to 2003 he served in Chin Hock Methodist Church in Sitiawan. He retired in 2004. Since then the Lord has been taking him to China, Taiwan, Indonesia and US to teach, disciple and minister in Healing & Deliverance, Prayer and Preaching of His Word.
July 18, 2014 @ 8:30 p.m. at Wesley Methodist Church Klang with Major Geoff & Lyn Freind
In January 2009 while holidaying in Busselton, Western Australia Geoff
was prompted by God to start writing the stories that had impacted his life and ministry. His first book “Enjoy the Journey” has become a best seller and has raised more than $100,000.00 to support The Salvation Army Chikankata hospital in Zambia and The Salvation Army Howard hospital in Zimbabwe. His second book, “A Great Journey” has also impacted thousands of readers and continues to impact around the world.
Geoff has recently published his new book which he has called “Thank
you for the Journey” and this book will definitely become a best seller.
God’s anointing is on Geoff’s ministry and in his new book he writes about his amazing journey to Zambia when he went to work at the Chikankata Hospital in Zambia.
Hundreds of people around the world have been impacted by Geoff’s
books and many have come to faith in Jesus Christ. Geoff will share some of these amazing stories when he delivers a powerful message of how God has blessed his ministry.
The first time I met Major Geoff Freind, I came to see that he is a true man of God and his messages were a must hear for anyone who wanted to be an agent of change and bring revival into their own personal life. Listening to him speak gave me the enthusiasm to want to read his books and as you read page after page from his inspiring books they become a great stimulus to help you to move from where you are to where you want to be in your relationship with God. His books have brought light to hundreds of people in Zambia, Malawi and Zimbabwe who had lived their lives in darkness. The pages of his books have brought hope to the hopeless, encouragement to the discouraged and salvation to the lost.
Recently, I was honoured to be part of a mission team which had travelled to Zambia from Australia under the leadership of Major Freind. It was my privileged to transport the mission team from one place to another as Major Freind ministered the Good News of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ to many different places in the Zambia Territory. Major Freind would speak at Lusaka, Chikankata and Livingstone. His preaching and teaching was very powerful and many souls were won to Jesus Christ. Many patients at Chikankata mission hospital were healed with the power of the Holy Spirit and broken marriages were restored. His visit brought revival to The Salvation Army in Zambia and all those people he spoke to will never be the same again.
Personally, I have been encouraged through reading his book A Great Journey which has been a great encouragement in my own journey. I really did love every bit of this book. I learnt from the pages of this book to rely on the sovereignty of God in everything that I do. I was reminded again that it is important for every believer to seek the Kingdom of God first and the rest of the things in life will follow. The chapter in this book on When God Waters the Seed, Amazing Things Happen rekindled my trust in God in a very powerful way at a time when I needed.
Sunday, (Nov 23) – Pray that we will be people of integrity – the same on the outside as we are on the inside; the same when we are alone and when people are watching us. Pray that we will know that God loves us no matter who we are, and the truth will enable us to remove the masks we have been wearing, and we will dare to be who we really are. Pray that we will learn to accept and love one another for who we really are. Pray against any critical or judgmental spirit, so we dare to be who we really are without fear of being judged or rejected.
Monday, (Nov 24) – The school holidays for the year end began last Friday, and families will be going for holidays. Pray for journey mercies, that drivers will be alert and not go above the speed limit. Pray that families will take the time to bond and spend quality time together. Pray for children to spend their time wisely, especially those without adult supervision during the day time, that they will not indulge in IT gadgets all of the time. As there are numerous youth camps being organized, pray that youths will go for these camps, and be blessed.
Tuesday, (Nov 25) – Pray for the Nation: Ongoing corruption and leakages in government expenditure remained un-addressed in the nation. Pray that the government will not try to pacify the rakyat by saying all the “right talk”, but will walk the talk by seriously addressing the problem of corruption in the nation, especially at the level of the civil service. Pray that God will grant the government wisdom to wipe out corruption at all levels in the nation.
Wednesday, (Nov 26) – VBS 2014 will begin next Monday to Friday (December 1 – 5, 2014). Pray that all the children who have registered for the VBS will be able to attend everything, and there will be no interruptions from tuition classes, music lessons, etc. Pray that God will prepare the hearts and minds of all the children, so they will be attentive during the lessons. Pray that they will understand what Pastor Nicholas Choo is teaching, and Jesus will work in their hearts to draw the kids into a deeper relationship with Him. Pray also for the helpers that they too will have a spiritual encounter with the Lord. Pray for good health, safety and protection upon everyone, especially those who will be staying in the church premises at night.
Thursday, (Nov 27) – Pray for the Christmas Musical: Pray for the 6 OM Team members as they will be acting in the musical. Pray for the Hallelujah Kids’ Choir who will be singing some songs, that although they will not be acting this year, they will do their very best for Jesus. Pray for a spirit unity among all those involved in the musical, for good health for everyone. Pray that the Holy Spirit will work in the hearts of all who are acting or singing that they will have the right attitude, and God will use their talents for His glory.
Friday, (Nov 28) – Pray for the TRAC: The 39th Session TRAC ended on Monday (November 24, 2014). Pray for the pastors who will be going on transfer in 2015. Pray for a smooth change and that they will be able to close matters in their present churches, and look forward to a new church. Pray for their families, that they will settle well in their new churches. Pray that the Lord’s name will be glorified in all this.
Saturday, (Nov 29) – Pray for the World: Praise the Lord for encouraging His displaced children in Iraq. Despite the sorrow and deep tragedy they have gone through, believers testify of the Lord giving them strength and endurance to carry on. Pray that the Lord will grant them His peace, joy and grace even in the midst of their tribulations. Pray that their lives will bear testimony of the Lord’s power and saving grace to the non-believers around them. Pray that Christ will reveal Himself to the fighters of ISIS, and stop their acts of cruelty.
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