An Article for this Season

I was just thinking with all the news going on about Christianity I would like to share this article by Pastor Tan Seow How, the Senior Pastor of Heart of God Church, where I attend, that I really like. It is this kind of teachings that are the reason why I go to HOGC. I thought it was a very good, balanced view that people (especially Singaporeans) should read. Here is an excerpt. 

For the full article, you can go here.


2. My answer to Prosperity Theology is Simplicity.
Acts 2:44–47 (NKJV)
44 Now all who believed were together…
46 So continuing daily with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread from house to house, they ate their food with gladness and simplicity of heart,47 praising God and having favor with all the people.  And the Lord added to the church daily those who were being saved.
When I read this passage of Scripture as a young pastor pioneering Heart of God Church (HOGC), I was very intrigued with v47b, where the Lord added to the church daily.  Now after almost 20 years in ministry, I am more attracted to v46b, where the disciples ate their food with “simplicity of heart”.
In my own ministry, I have found that growing a church is relatively easy.  Keeping a heart and life of simplicity is harder.
Singapore is a place where we know the price of everything but the value of nothing.
We know the price of a house but not the value of a home.
We know the price of dinner but not the value of fellowship.
Our children know the price of an iPhone but not the value of communication.
On the other hand, these “primitive” disciples ate their food with simplicity of heart.  They had something we don’t.
I believe that being rich is not how much you have but how little you need.
My staff complain that it is difficult to buy me birthday gifts, not because I am difficult to please, but because I simply don’t need anything.  And I don’t need anything, not because I have everything, but because there is almost nothing I want.  The ongoing joke is that whenever they ask me what gifts they can buy me, my answer is – “Ok, buy me 50 more good leaders from eBay.”
My wife, Pastor Cecilia Chan and I, have chosen to live simply.  I grew up living in a house in District 10 (for my non-Singaporean readers, that’s an expensive neighborhood). After we got married, we have been living in a Woodlands HDB flat (that’s probably the cheapest neighborhood) for almost 20 years.
In the early years, that’s what we could afford.  But now we can easily move to a bigger house in a nicer neighborhood.  The first reason for choosing to live simply is our personal covenant with God.  Inspired by the words of Haggai 1:4, we made a commitment to build God’s house first, then build our own house.  So perhaps after Heart of God Church moves into our new Home, then I will move my home closer to church.
The second reason for choosing to live simply is our decision to give one million dollars to our church’s Building Fund a few years ago.  Pastor Lia received a big insurance payout because of her cancer.  Together with profits from my business and all of the insurance money, we took that leap of faith.

The Parables of Jesus Season 1 - Matthew 13, Part 3 (Pastor Tan Seow How)

Last part of the Parables series here for you!
If you want to, you can check it out Part 1 and Part 2 here.


Matthew 13:10-11
The mysteries of the kingdom of heaven are only given to the disciples...

This is like our "sacred secret" with God
What is this sacred secret?
It appears that the church, Christianity and Christians are on a decline and defeated.
But from the heavenly perspective, God's purpose and plan goes on. His purpose and plan is to discover and recover Christians who are worthy to inherit His kingdom in the age to come.

In the midst of the chaos He finds the pearls of great price. God is in control.
This current period we want victory but what God wants the remnant to be the pearl of great price.
While we look for quantity, God is looking for quality.
The purpose of this age is not to expand but to reduce.

In John, Jesus said "you have to eat my flesh and drink my blood" --- obviously he meant communion but He didn't explain. 
John 6:66-67 (MSG)
After this statement a lot of His disciples left. 
Instead of trying to win them back or explain Himself, He gave the disciples the option to leave.

Jesus is in the process of refining.
While most pastors want church growth, God sees at a higher way.
It's not about winning or losing. It's about selection. We should keep loving Jesus no matter what.

7. Parable of the Dragnet
Parable 1-6 tells us what will happen during this age.
Parable 7 tells us what will happen at the end of the age.

At the end of the age, Jesus will separate the wicked and the just.
We think the opposite of wicked is good, loving, caring --- but Jesus says the wicked and the just.

Who is the just?
Romans 5:1 "being justified by faith"
To have peace with God we need to be justified by faith through Jesus.

8. Parable of the Householder

Matthew 13:51-53
Have you understood all these things?
If you understood then you are like a scribe - someone who preserves, studies, and applies the truth

Householder - home owner - landlord
The kingdom of heaven is like a householder who brings out of his treasure things new and old

Things new and old: ancient timeless truths with new methods and applications
The Bible is timeless. Jesus is the same yesterday, today and forever. But while the message is the same, the methods can change. 

Service with Pastor Leo Bigger - Miracles

Pastor Leo Bigger is verrrryyyyy funny!!!!
Really enjoyed the service with him. I didn't know that Europeans were so expressive! And he tells a lot of very relevant stories that are so inspiring!

Here are the main points of his sermon but I apologise, I didn't really take down the stories :( :( :( so sorry. I was too focused on listening and forgot to pen the examples down!


When Jesus cursed the fig tree nothing happened. But the next day, the tree was withered.

1. Speak to the problem instead of about the problem.
Don't speak about the problem, speak to the problem.

When you speak about the problem:
- it seems to keep getting better
- it becomes even more unsolvable
- our imagination inflates the problem
- we bow down to the problem, rather than to Jesus
- the problem determines my life and no longer Jesus 

This is a Biblical concept
Mark 11:14 (NIV) - Jesus speaks to the fig-tree.
Matthew 8:26 (NIV) - Jesus speaks to the storm
Matthew 21:21 (NIV) - Jesus tells us we are to speak to the mountain.
*** Mountains - are solid and seem like they will be there forever. That is like what problems seem like at times.
1 Samuel 17:45 (NIV) - David speaks to Goliath.
Zechariah 4:6 (NIV) - Zerubbabel spoke to the hindrance.

2. Command the problem to go
Mark 11:20-21 (NIV)

Daniel 6:10 (NIV)
- Does God hear only when the window is open? No.
- Is the direction important for God to hear? No
- Daniel knew the rebuilding of Jerusalem was supposed to happen in 70 years which is beyond his lifetime but he still prayed. Why? Because our prayers are like a seed which is a seed for the next generation.

3. Speak life into your situation.

Genesis 1:3 (NIV)
And God said "Let there be light" and there was light.

Speak life.
The devil will always tell lies. 
We have to speak life.

The Parables of Jesus Season 1 - Matthew 13, Part 2 (Pastor Tan Seow How)

Not much time to spend on an intro (it is really busy!!!)
But Pastor How recaps the sermon at the start so that should do okay?!?!?!

By the way, if you want to read Part 1, you can read it here.
Also, there's gonna be Part 3 in 2 weeks' time --- watch out for it here!


There are 8 parables in Matthew 13 that must be read together, in sequence and as a whole.

The first 4 parables were spoken to the multitudes.
The next 4 parables were spoken to the disciples.

The first 4 parables were spoken from a human perspective.
The 2nd 4 parables were spoken from a divine perspective.

Matthew 13:9-17 - "Why do you speak to them in parables?"
vs 13 -- Therefore I speak to them in parables, because seeing they do not see and hearing they do not hear, nor di they understand.

Think of it this way: (love this one!)

Can you see the arrow in the FedEx Logo? 

Can you see the bear in the Toblerone Logo? 
This is a simple way to describe that we see but we don't really see!!!
This is because we never studied the logo so we don't really see things.

Jesus is saying that the kingdom of heaven is right in front of us but many people do not understand with their hearts. 

Why do they not hear?
vs 15 (NKJV/NLT)-- their hearts have grown dull, their hearts have been hardened.
Christianity is a relationship and all relationships have to do with the heart.

Understanding has to do with our hearts not our minds; therefore we need to have an open / soft heart.

Matthew 13:9
Jesus said, "He who has ears to hear, let him hear."

In order to hear you must have an ear. But in order to really hear God you have to hear Him in your heart
We need to have the cross in our heart - this means that we need to have a soft heart. 
When you have the cross in your heart you will have the spiritual ear to hear the words of Jesus.

We need to engage our hearts.

5. Parable of the Hidden Treasure
Matthew 13:44
“The Kingdom of Heaven is like a treasure that a man discovered hidden in a field. In his excitement, he hid it again and sold everything he owned to get enough money to buy the field.

Traditional Interpretation:
We are the man and we find Jesus and we sell all that we have to follow Jesus.

However, this is not consistent:

1. Jesus is not hidden.
We don't find Jesus, He finds us
Luke 19:10
A more consistent interpretation is that Jesus is the man and we are the lost treasure that He seeks.
We are the lost ones : Luke 15

2. We cannot sell all that we have and buy Jesus. What can we sell that can buy Jesus?
There is nothing that we can do to make Jesus love us more or less. We are saved by grace.
In fact it was Jesus who sold all to buy us
Philippians 2:7 (ESV)
Philippians 2:6-8 (NLT)
He gave up everything to buy us.

This parable is about the love of God.
In every other religion it is man trying to be God and search for God.
Christianity is about God becoming man and is searching for us.

God engineers circumstances and people to bring you into His presence.

Jesus sold all to buy us
Acts 20:28 (NLT)
1 Corinthians 6:20 (NLT)
1 Corinthians 7:23 (NKJV)

If we refer to the key (see Part 1)
The man = Jesus
Field = world

Jesus didn't just buy the treasure, He bought the whole field.
John 3:16
For this is how God loved the world: He gave his one and only Son, so that everyone who believes in him will not perish but have eternal life.

6. The Parable of the Pearl of Great Price

Matthew 13:45-46
45 “Again, the Kingdom of Heaven is like a merchant on the lookout for choice pearls.46 When he discovered a pearl of great value, he sold everything he owned and bought it!

Traditional Interpretation
Jesus is the pearl of great price and we are the merchant.

This is inconsistent that we would sell all to buy Jesus.
Also, the merchant is looking for beautiful pearls. Jesus cannot be one of many pearls. 
A more consistent interpretation is that Jesus is the merchant. We are the pearls.

Pearls are the only type of jewelry formed from a living organism.
Pearls are formed when a grain is introduced to the oyster and when it is itritated it secretes a substance to wrap around the impurity which eventually becomes a pearl.

Pearls are a product of pain and irritation.
Last week we talked about how the Christian will go through crisis, troubles and problems.
When we go through pain and irritation, tests and trials, we get stronger and we become the Pearl of Great Price.

Pearl of Great Price = Christians who have paid the price and remained strong, holy and devoted to Christ -- true Christians

There is beauty in holiness that is why the Bible says "In the beauty of His HOLINESS"
Holiness is beautiful to God. His definition of beauty is different from our human definition of what is beautiful.
This is part of the mysteries of heaven. While we think of things as painful and irritating, God is building us up to be beautiful.

The Parables of Jesus Season 1 - Matthew 13, Part 1 (Pastor Tan Seow How)

We started on a pretty cool Bible Study series last week called The Parables of Jesus. It's only Season 1 of the series because apparently there are over 40 Parables in the Bible! Pastor How says that he will be covering all of the parables over different seasons in the next few years and I'm very excited because Part 1 was absolutely WOW!

(edit 15 October)
I mention at the end of this post that there is Part 2 coming up -- you can read Part 2 here!


Season 1: Matthew 13, Part 1

What is a parable?
Para = parallel = alongside
A parable is an earthly story with a heavenly meaning.
A parable is a natural story with spiritual meaning / significance

Matthew 13 - 8 parables that need to be read together as a package. 

Matthew 13:1-2 (NKJV)
​1 On the same day Jesus went out of the house and sat by the sea. 2 And great multitudes were gathered together to Him, so that He got into a boat and sat; and the whole multitude stood on the shore.

The first 4 parables are spoken to the multitude / crowd.

Matthew 13:36 (NKJV)
36 Then Jesus sent the multitude away and went into the house. And His disciples came to Him, saying, “Explain to us the parable of the tares of the field.”

The next 4 parables were spoken only to the disciples.

Matthew 13:10-11 (NKJV)
10 And the disciples came and said to Him, “Why do You speak to them in parables?”
11 He answered and said to them, “Because it has been given to you to know the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven, but to them it has not been given.

The first 4 parables are how the world sees the church / Christianity.
The next 4 parables are how God sees the church / Christianity.

This week it will seem like the church is on a decline and the devil is winning.
Next week when you see it from God's perspective you will see the church from a victorious perspective.

It is like how it looked like when Jesus was hanging on the cross. 
It looked like Jesus was defeated but it was actually the greatest victory.

1. The Parable of the Sower / Soils
The first parable speaks of the beginning of the kingdom of heaven. 
All other parables start with "the kingdom of heaven is like" This one starts as "a man went out to sow"

Mark 4:13 (NKJV) - same parable but in different book
13 And He said to them, “Do you not understand this parable? How then will you understand all the parables?

The first parable is the key to unlock the rest of the parables.
It is the key to decode the other 7 parables.

Matthew 13:3-8
Matthew 13:18-23 - the explanation

Seed = Word of God
Birds of the air = wicked one / Satan
Soil = heart

There are 4 kinds of soils / hearts:
1. Wayside = hardened ground = heart has been trampled upon becuase of hurts, bad experiences
There are people whose hearts are hardened and they are skeptical and disillusioned.

2. Stony places = shallow ground
Sun = tribulation / persecution = problems 
Plants need sunlight. Sunlight is actually good for plants. 
If we have roots / depth problems and persecutions are good for Christians. 
Sun is only bad for plants that do not have roots / depth.

Hot water hardens eggs but softens potatoes.
It depends on what substance you are made of. Everyone goes through hard times in life, it depends on your substance.

3. Thorns = Unfruitful Ground
Thorns = cares of this world, deceitfulness of riches = pressures and pleasures
Christians will be tested under pressure and tempted with pleasures.
It is interesting to note the plant doesn't die it just becomes unfruitful.

4. Good Ground = hears the word and understands it = bear fruit
Hearing the word is not the key. It is hearing and understanding. 

In any place, there will be people of different hearts.

Real Christians bear fruit:
= Holiness (Romans 6:22)
= Christian character, fruit of te Spirit (Galatians 5:22-23)
= Good works (Colossians 1:10)
= winning others to Christ (Romans 1:13)

We are saved by grace through faith but after salvation we must bear fruits.
Fruits are not gifts. Gifts are imparted by the HS. Fruits need to be cultivated and grown
If someone is a Christian for a while but does not display fruit, something is wrong.

2. The Parable of the Wheat and Tares
What is the kingdom of heaven?
The kingdom of heaven = the dominion of the king on earth during the King's absence.
This is not the heaven we go to when we die. The kingdom of heaven is a mixture of good and evil.

Matthew 13:24-30 - the parable
Matthew 13:36-39 - explanation only to the disciples

The man / Sower = Son of Man (Jesus)
Field = world (soil is the individual hearts, field is the hearts of the world)
Good seeds = sons of the kingdom
Tares = sons of the wicked one
Enemy = devil
harvest = end of the age
reapers = angels

Sow the Word in us and sow us into the world.
If you are good, Jesus takes you and then sows you into the world.
Because God wants us to shine like lights in the darkened world.

But when we are sown into the world, the enemy comes and sow tares.
Wheat and tares when they are growing look exactly alike especially when they are growing but at harvest the time the wheat has fruit the tares have no fruit.

When the devil fails at pulling you away, he copies.
The devil cannot create. He can only copy and counterfeit.
Tares are false Christians.
They look exactly the same.
Just like wheat and tares look exactly alike in the eyes of the farmer until harvest season when the wheat bears fruit and the tares don't.

Matthew 13:40-43
-- things that offend (stumbling blocks) and those who practice lawlessness

In Singapore, in the world, even in church, there will be true Christians and false Christians.
They give us the most problems because it sets 2 standards. It undermines our efforts to shine like a light.

What do we do?
Matthew 13:28-29
"Do you want us then to go and gather them up?" "no, lest while you gather up the tares you also uproot the wheat with them"

This teaching is not for people to be judgmental. 
It is for us to understand and pray for them and not become like them. 
You either become like them or influence them to become like you.
What to do? Don't judge but also don't be naive.

3. The Parable of the Mustard Seed

Matthew 13:31-32 (NKJV)
31 Another parable He put forth to them, saying: “The kingdom of heaven is like a mustard seed, which a man took and sowed in his field, 32 which indeed is the least of all the seeds; but when it is grown it is greater than the herbs and becomes a tree, so that the birds of the air come and nest in its branches.”

Traditional Interpretation
The church will grow to be big and powerful befor Jesus comes

But this is inconsistent with the rest of the Bible and with the key that birds = satan
It is also inconsistent with the fact that the mustard seed grows to become a big tree. 
The mustard seed doesn't grow to be a mustard tree it grows to be a mustard plant. 
The mustard tree and mustard plant are from 2 different species.

Mustard Plant = Brassica & Sinapis
Mustard Tree = Salvadora Persica

There is something not quite right about a mustard seed growing into a tree -- an herb doesn't grow into a tree. 
Even Jesus warns of it.
Matthew 13:32 ... Greater than the herbs and becomes a tree...

It is like a body that is put on steroids and grows unnaturally big... It represents a church on steroids.
There is something wrong with a church that experiences unnatural (not supernatural) growth.
There is something wrong if the devil is able to have an opportunity on the fringe of the church.

This is a parable is a picture of false church growth.
If the devil is not able to destroy a church wih failure, it will destroy a church with success.
eg. church in Medieval Europe 

We are all for big churches but big naturally.
It is not about growing big becuase of the ambition or personality of the pastor.
A tree can only grow as big as its seed - according to its genetic code.
A church can only grow as big as its genetic code -- not beyond that. 
We want people to be saved but not at all costs.
Matthew 13:4 / 13:9

People ask, what is the magic number?
Every church is different. 
Just like you can't determine how tall a child can grow you can't determine how big a church can grow. 
But just like adults stop growing but give birth an adult church at some point in time will not grow but will reproduce .

4. The Parable of the Leaven
Matthew 13:33 (NKJV)
33 Another parable He spoke to them: “The kingdom of heaven is like leaven, which a woman took and hid in three measures of meal till it was all leavened.”

Traditional Interpretation
The gospel is hidden and then it will spread and be successful..

But this is inconsistent - because leaven in the Bible speaks of evil.
In the OT God says eat unleavened bread. 
Luke 12:1 "beware of the leaven of the pharisees" -- hypocrisy
Matthew 16:11-12 -- leaven = false doctrine
1 Corinthians 5:6-8 -- leaven = malice and wickedness, unleavened bread = sincerity and truth.

If the leaven is the gospel, why hide it?
Leaven is false doctrine hidden among the bread. The bread speaks of the word of God.

False doctrine is effective when you do not know it is false. I
t is effective when it is half true. It sounds good. It sounds right. But part is subtly wrong.

The devil's tactics are the same.
He can only copy and counterfeit.
- he plants counterfeit Christians
- he establishes counterfeit churches
- he preaches a counterfeit gospel

Christians can be too simplistic.
We have to be a careful.

The first 4 parables from a macro view looks very morbid. 
From the human perspective it looks like the church is in decline and the devil has won.

* the wicked one steals the seed with doubts and fear (birds of the air)
* encounters tribulation and persecution (sun)
* tested by the pressures (cares of this world) tempted by pleasures (deceitfulness of riches)

1/4 survives and Jesus sows them into the world.
- False Christians - disappointments and discouragements
- False Church frowhr - disillusionment
- False doctrines - deception

1 Corinthians 16:13

Watch, stand fast in the faith, be brave, be strong.

This is not the end of the story... must hear the kingdom of heaven from the Divine Perspective. 

Pastor John Bevere @ Heart of God Church - Good or God?

Okay, this was from a few weeks back, but I got a special request to put up my notes on this because Pastor John Bevere is an amazing communicator and it's pretty hard to get everything he says down when you're listening to him. 

If you don't know who Pastor John Bevere is, he is one of the most famous authors in the Christian world! He has written so many books including some best sellers. One example is Fear of the Lord, which a friend gave me when I first became a Christian. 

His latest book is Good or God? and this is what he preached from when he was at Heart of God Church in September. 

So, here you go!


Today, we assume that if something is good it is of God. We have made good and God is synonymous. 
But if good is so obvious why does God ask us to have discernment? 

Good is all about a reference point. 
Our reference point for good and God's reference point for good but they are not the same. 

It was not the evil side that Eve was attracted to. It was the good side.
There is a good that will lead us away from God. 

Jesus talks about deception very frequently. 
He says that even the elect could be deceived. How? They are not going to be deceived by blatant evil but by evil that is masked with good. 

Proverbs 14:12
There is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is the way of death. 

Paul wrote: “I fear that somehow your pure and undivided devotion to Christ is going to be corrupted just as Eve was deceived by the cunning ways of the serpent."
If Eve can be deceived in a perfect environment how much more can we be deceived in a corrupt environment? 

God is generous. He says that Adam and Eve can eat of any of the trees in the Garden of Eden.
People don’t see God as generous because they think there are only 2 trees in the garden but that is not true.
There are at least 2500 species of trees in the world. They could eat of at least 2499 trees. 

How did the enemy get Eve to turn on God?
There are 4 Phases to the Enemy’s Strategy

1st Phase: Get her eyes off of all God has given her. 
He put her eyes on the one thing that is being restrained versus on the many blessings we have. 

Eve said God says you cannot eat “nor shall you touch it" - the last part is not part of God's command. 
Only Adam was there when the command was given -- Eve is operating under communicated knowledge vs revelation. 
Adam had revealed knowledge but Eve didn’t. 

It's like when Jesus asked “Who do people say that I am?"
When Peter says “You are Christ, the Son of God” and Jesus says that God the Father revealed it. 
When Jesus gives harder and harder teaching many of people walk away but Peter says “Where can we go?"
He is saying, “I don’t like what You are saying but what can I do? It has been revealed to me that You are the Christ."

2nd Phase: Negate the word of God with good
Example: 2 young Christians are in love, they’re not married yet — they move in together to save money to “give more” By doing this, they negated the word of God… for what is good. 

3rd Phase: Pervert the character of God 
The devil says “God knows that your eyes will be open…"
Eve starts thinking that there is something good in that tree that God is withholding. 

4th Phase: He offers the good that is withheld
This is why James says, “Do not be deceived"
This is not a command. It is a promise. James is saying that I am about to give you the recipe for a deceit-free life. 
James then says… “Every good gift is from God..” — he is saying there is nothing good for you outside of God. 
If you can get that in you, then you will not be deceived.

What is our Reference Point?
2 Timothy — All Scripture is inspired by God and is useful to teach us what is right, good, true and makes us realise what is wrong / bad in our lives. It corrects us when we’re wrong. It teaches us to do what is good. 

Correction gets you off of the wrong road to be back on the right road. 
Correction also keeps us on the right road.

The Bible and Jesus
* The Bible is 66 books written over 1,500 years by 40 different authors many of whom didn’t know what the other wrote. But it is still a perfectly harmonised book. If you ask people to write a chapter of a book in the same way — try seeing if that makes sense when you put it together. 
* The Bible makes over 300 predictions about Jesus and He fulfils all of them.
* Dr. Peter Stoner studied the probability of this happening. Their work was validated to be not only accurate but conservative. 
* The Probability that 1 human being in the last 2000 years could fulfil 8 prophecies is 1/10^17 
* The Probability of fulfilling 16 prophecies is 1/10^45.
 The Probability of fulfilling 48 prophecies is 1/10^157
* Jesus did not just fulfil 48, He fulfilled 300. 

The HS spoke to John Bevere that "This is a message of calibration.”
Gas Detectors need to be calibrated it every day. They bring it into a clean air environment and then put it back out. 
Our clean air environment is the word of God and the presence of God. 

The history of the church is that there were mean-spirited preachers who beat people up with legalism. 
But God says He is coming back for a holy church. Holiness is important. 

“A scalded cat will fear even the cool” - Chinese Proverb
In response, we put all the Scripture about holiness together and say that it’s not important. 
Out of reaction to the mean-spirited preachers we swung to the other extreme.

There are 2 different aspects of holiness:
(1) Positional Holiness
Ephesians 1:4 — God chose us in Christ, to be holy and without blame before Him. 
The moment we are saved, we are holy in God’s eyes. 

Example: 33 years ago John married Lisa and today she is not more her wife than she was 33 years ago. 
He did not isolate himself but there was a behaviour change. He did not flirt with other girls. 

(2) Behavioural Holiness
Peter says… Live as children of God. Do not conform… as God is holy, be holy in all your conduct and manner of living
Peter is not talking about the position but the behaviour that corresponds to the position

Hebrews 12:14 — Pursue holiness. 
Chase after with the intent to apprehend. 

John 14:21 — The person who has My commands and keeps them is the one who loves me. 

When we don’t teach holiness we are keeping people from intimacy with God. 
To do that is like holding up a marriage certificate to my wife and saying that we are married but then go out and cheat on her. We are married, but I can guarantee there would not be any intimacy between us. 

If we don’t want to marry someone who wants to cheat on us and sleep around while we’re married then what makes us think that God would want that?

OMG Sorry for being MIA!!!

Hey folks. It has been super busy for me! I sort of didn't have time to update this blog! I have a bit of time so let me try to catch up on some stuff I missed out on! :(