My best friend and I were standing outside our church premises talking. This was early 1990’s.
Sunday morning it was. Time around 11:30am.… Read the rest
“Have mercy on me, O God, according to your unfailing love;1” is a prayer that God is sure to answer.… Read the rest
We all fear death. The reality of death should make us think. Why is life on earth brief? Why is there pain, sickness, suffering, and finally death?… Read the rest
Good morning one and all.
Welcome all to the 74th Independence day. This time we are celebrating in the midst of a global crisis due to Covid-19.… Read the rest
Life has changed after Covid-19. Classes are online. I miss the warmth of friendship, the ambience of learning, and the fun of doing things together.… Read the rest
By the rivers of Babylon is a Psalm1 that was originally sung by prisoners of hope.
To the people taken captives and in exile, to a people who had nothing to look forward to or hope for, God spoke through Prophet Jeremiah asking them not to lose heart but to work with all their hearts in the land of their captivity:
But what means this song to you and me today?… Read the rest
Covid 19 has changed the face of the world. Faces have been masked, handshakes are not welcome anymore, social distancing is the norm, classes are online, and work from home (WFH) and video-conferencing is the new culture.… Read the rest
The resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead means three things for you:
One, the certainty of hope of life after death.… Read the rest
How to talk on such an occasion is difficult to say. Emotions play a major role. But still some guidelines might help.… Read the rest
No one can forget the scene. On top a hill lifted up on a cross hung wounded and bleeding, Jesus, the Saviour.… Read the rest
Respected teachers and my dear friends,
A warm good morning to one and all.
It is said that you sow a habit and you reap a character; sow a character and you reap a destiny.”… Read the rest