In an era of high-speed broadband and continuous online streaming, we could now gather unlimited data and information almost instantaneously, anytime and anywhere. But are these information truly helpful to us? Are we able to distinguish the pros and cons these information and media content have presented? Are they building us up? Or are they destroying our lives?
In 2018, I had the opportunity to meet up with a group of pastors and leaders in Singapore who have a genuine concern for gender issues. I learned through our conversations, that they want to feature transformational life stories of Christians and provide resources for the everyone through the media platform.
In one of the meetings, I saw a vision as we were ending in prayer. I saw a thick hemp rope with multiple knots on it. Initially, I did not understand what this vision represents. As I asked God for revelation, I realized the rope represents God and the knots represent people of different age groups. I sense that the Lord wants to connect people of all generations and serve the body of Christ in issues pertaining to sexuality. I could not help but be amazed at the work that He is going to accomplish. And that gave me much hope and comfort. Imagine if we could live to 100 years old, we would need people from the teens, 20’s, 30's, 40’s, 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s... We cannot battle alone or lose any age group. We need Jesus to unite us together to serve this great purpose. No matter how old are you, both young and old, God wants to use you. Would you step forward?
“TrueLove.Is” has produced about 17 real-life stories within a very short time. These stories are authentic and may happen to your friends, families, children, colleague, and classmates, etc. Each story heartfelt with a sense of helplessness, pain, disappointment, emptiness, sadness, anger, suffering, etc. But thanks be to God! Their lives are no longer the same when they are touched by Christ. They have found comfort, healing, freedom, true love, joy, peace, hope, and now cherish their lives.
May we see more encouraging stories in this generation that would become blessings to many others.