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Matthew 28:20

When a friend asked me what my favourite verse in the Bible was, I didn't need to think twice. For a lot of people, its John 3:16. For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. John 3:16 If John... Continue Reading →

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Falling leaves

There isn't much 'autumn' where I live. Summer and Monsoon and Winter just perfectly blend into each other. Hence though I've often found yellowed leaves on the ground, I don't remember the last time I saw one fall off of a tree. One cool January morning while I looked out my window, I saw a... Continue Reading →

God is good, all the time!

The last few weeks were so horrible I thought I'd abandon all plans of developing my blog. But then I realized that if I blog only when I'm happy and I am ready to abandon ship as soon as life doesn't turn out the way I wanted it to, then what's the point? So here... Continue Reading →

Could this be the year?

  So 2019 just began for me on 7th January (let's not talk about what happened before that). With a newfound vigor to begin this year with hope and joy, I came across this old candle that had been gathering dust for a while. Psalm 118:24 goes, This is the day that the LORD has... Continue Reading →

Just travelling through this world

I'm going home today. It has been almost a year, and the thought of being with my family fills me with warmth. The whole idea of 'home' has always intrigued me. Because home is not just an arrangement of bricks, it is also your father's smile, your mother's love, your sister's hug. But what if... Continue Reading →

Secret Santa with The Big Book Box – Small Gift – Review

Okay, I know it's two weeks past Christmas (but Christmas never really ends, does it?). This post is, therefore, a wee bit late, all thanks to a monumental exam I had to take a few days ago, which will probably decide the rest of my life (no pressure). The Big Book Box is an Indian... Continue Reading →

Why did he weep?

Jesus wept. This is perhaps the shortest sentence in the bible. And yet it holds an entirety of God's being. When sisters Martha and Mary told Jesus that Lazarus,their brother, his dear friend, had died, Jesus wept. Now this might seem like normal occurrence. Of course, everyone who comes to know of their friend's untimely... Continue Reading →

Mud Angels in the Pigsty

Every Christian knows the parable of the Prodigal Son. The story of the youngest of two sons, who squandered all of his share of his father's wealth in reckless living. He was therefore rendered penniless at the time of a famine and tried to make ends meet by feeding pigs in a distant country. The... Continue Reading →

The Unforeseen Happenings on my Wedding Day/ A story

Weddings are universally flamboyant. The pompous celebrations and ostentatious display of wealth are just another way proclaiming to the society that we, my family and I, matter. I mean, I do honor the fact that man and woman are joined together in holy matrimony. But the splurge, in my opinion, is unnecessary. My family is... Continue Reading →

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