Archive for June 12, 2011

Mommy Dorinna Family Function 11, June, 2011

Yup, I have officially become a part of their family.
Mommy Dorinna is now my godmother.
Cool, isn’t it?
Having said that, I have become part of a much bigger family here in Singapore.
I was invited to attend one of the relatives’ birthday.

Thank you so much for inviting me, Mommy!! Open-mouthed smile

There were plenty food and fun.

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I got to see my god-relatives too.

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And we celebrated Gugu’s birthday (spelling mistake, maybe?). Auntie Irene, that is.


I had better remember their names asap.

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Hmm, I shall contribute to them one day.
You can see the videos on FB too.

Such a big and happy relatives.

I thank the LORD for bringing me into their midst Smile

Posted June 12, 2011 by Jefri Yue Fei 吴岳飞 in Family

Pastor Mike Connel’s Sermon 11, June, 2011

Pastor Mike preached a good message about bitterness and forgiveness last Saturday.

Jephthah was an illegitimate child. He was born of a prostitute. Her real mother left him in the hand of his real father and a step mother.
Since young, he was always despised, ignored and rejected. Whatever wrong that happened in the family, they would first blamed him.
He grew up in a such a hostile environment.
Finally, he was chased out of the home and wandered around alone.

(Sounds like Naruto?)

One day, he prayed to God.
God then dealt with his bitterness toward his family.
He decided to forgive everyone who had hurt him so deeply.
The process was not an easy one. But in the end, Jephthah managed to get rid of all bitterness.

One day, he was asked to lead Israelites against Ammonites.
He led and they won the war.
Jephhtah arose as one of the judges and even was considered a hero of faith.

Such is God’s marvelous work.
He can turn a life full of rejection and anger into a life of glory.
There is always hope in God.

Posted June 12, 2011 by Jefri Yue Fei 吴岳飞 in Church Service, Sermon

Wedding of Ko Davis and Ce Dian 11, June, 2011

Went to Orchard Presbyterian Church.
It was my first time there.
It rained and I did not bring umbrella, so I had to just walk fast.

Although I came in late, I still managed to snap some videos of the event.
You can view them on my FB. There are 8 videos in total.

After taking photo with the couple, the guests were invited to enjoy some lunch.

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After lunch, there were some quizzes in which Ko Anton and Ce Christina were the MCs.


A souvenir after the wedding.


Well, it’s time to earn more money.
Wedding costs a lot, after all.

Posted June 12, 2011 by Jefri Yue Fei 吴岳飞 in Wedding

Ezekiel Bible Study 7, June, 2011 Part 4/5

A continuation of wonderful Bible Study on the book of Ezekiel.
Pastor Kong preached about the judgment on the enemies of Israel, restoration of the shepherds in Israel and the valley of dry bones.

Last month we had studied about the judgment on Ammon, Moab, Edom and Philistia.
So, this month we studied about Tyre, Sidon and Egypt

Tyre was a city of trade, located at the coastal area. Because of the abundance of trade, it was an extremely rich city.
However, prince of Tyre grew prideful. He was a picture of the anti-Christ who is about to come.
In the end time, the whole world is going to collapse economically. This anti-Christ will be the savior of the world. He will enter into God’s temple in Jerusalem and demand to be worshipped as God.
King of Tyre was a picture of Lucifer. Lucifer was in charge of worship in the heaven. Yet, he wanted to take all the worship for himself.
As such, he was banished from heaven.

Lesson: pride and humility are in the realm of attitude and God has decided to leave it to us whether we want to be humble or prideful.
Let’s be humble and worship God only, shall we? Only deserves all the worship.

The rulers in Israel were depicted as shepherds.
They did not do their job in guiding the people. They only took advantage from the poor and needy.
God promised to give them the good shepherds.

Lesson: our leaders in church are like our shepherds. They serve us diligently. Let’s keep them in prayer, shall we?
Pastor Kenneth is doing mission out there. Let’s pray for him, shall we?

Valley of dry bones was an interesting vision.
Those were dry bones. Only bones. No organ,  no sinews, no skin. Only bones.
How could they be resurrected?
Yet, Prophet Ezekiel answered correctly, “Only God knows.” He did not answer, “Impossible.”
He then spoke God’s word and revived them.

Lesson:  Let’s keep speaking out God’s word into our situation no matter how difficult it might look.

After the Bible study, the CG celebrated my birthday Open-mouthed smile

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Birthday present from them.
Thanks, Audrey!! I really like them!

Posted June 12, 2011 by Jefri Yue Fei 吴岳飞 in Cell Group, Sermon