Archive for July 2015

Cg Sermon 16, July, 2015

The thieves, the lazy, the diligent.
Three ways of getting wealth: To steal, to earn or to receive.
Pro 16:16
Wisdom from God is more important than wealth. While it is good to have things money can buy, we should not lose sight on things money cannot buy.

The thieves
Many people take short cut to be rich.
Proverb 13:11
We should wary of people advising a quick way to get rich
Proverb 28:22, 21:5-7, 11:1, 11:25-26
When we do business, we should do it with God’s way. God wil bless it.
We should not seek selfish gain. It is ok to make profit but not at the expense of others.

The lazy
Work isn’t a curse. God gave Adam work to do even before sin came. God is testing our stewardship when He places us in a certain job.
Proverb 6:9
When we do not have vision in work, we may laze around. There are many things which need to be done.
Proverb 10:5
The sluggard wastes God given opportunity. Successful people do not waste time.
Proverb 15:19
Sluggard makes excuses.
Proverb 21:25
Sluggard do not work hard enough to achieve their dreams

The poor and needy
Proverb 14:23, 21:5, 13:23
People are poor can be because they only talk and not work or because there is injustice or unwise financial dealing
Proverb 14:21, 22:22-23
We should be kind to the needy.
Proverb 19:17, 21:13
When we do not help the poor, God will not hear us.

The diligent
Proverb 4:23
The diligent cultivate the inner man
Proverb 10:4
There is no substitute for hard work. Diligent people plan their work and work their plan out.
Proverb 22:29
Diligence leads us to go up to higher level of responsibility.

Wealth and greed.
Proverb 11:24-25
God expects the wealth to be generous too.
God will give us the power to get wealth.

Posted July 20, 2015 by Jefri Yue Fei 吴岳飞 in Cell Group, Sermon

Dinner 12, July, 2015


My first time dining at Menya Musashi restaurant.
The food was slightly saltier.
Nevertheless, it tasted really nice.
They fried the octopus really crispy.

Shall visit it again ~~~

Posted July 19, 2015 by Jefri Yue Fei 吴岳飞 in Food

Pastor Bayless Conley’s Sermon 11, July, 2015: At His Feet

Mary, the sister of Martha and Lazarus.
In every story, Mary was always found at the feet of Jesus
Luke 10:38-42
Mary came to His feet to hear His word. Let’s be fair to Martha. Firstly, Jesus came to Martha’s house. So, she might feel certain responsibility. Secondly, Jesus came with the 12 apostles. It was pretty costly to feed them. Martha didn’t mind. Martha was distracted by much serving. It is good to serve. It is not good to be distracted with much serving. It is good idea to fast from all busyness just to sit at His feet: To let His word change our heart.

John 12:1-8
Mary came to His feet to worship Him through giving.
Phil 4:18
Sacrificial gift is a sweet smelling aroma which please God.
When we give with the right heart, it pleases God. Whatever we pour to Jesus, it is never a waste. When we give extravagantly to God, we should do it with a sense of sacredness. A beautiful chandelier in church, for example, is fitting to glorify God.

John 11:1-17, 32-44
Mary came to His feet with her questions and needs.
Mary was honest with her agony and questions. Mary didn’t run away from God. She ran to Him. There is God’s love and concern behind tragedy.
How should we understand the context?
John 10
The devil stirred up the crowd. The crowd almost murdered Him. He escaped. The devil wanted to get Him again.
Jesus wept because they didn’t believe He cared. When bad things happen to us and we don’t believe God cares, the whole heaven weeps.
Matt 15:30-31
At the feet of Jesus, we find healing.
We come to His feet with all our confusion and questions

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Posted July 18, 2015 by Jefri Yue Fei 吴岳飞 in Bayless Conley, Sermon

Cg Birthday Celebration 16, July, 2015

Celebrated the birthday of a cg member last night.
Well, advance celebration. The actual birthday is this weekend.


Interesting pandan cake as a birthday cake Smile with tongue out 
Happy birthday, Ying Jie! May all your wish come true!

Posted July 17, 2015 by Jefri Yue Fei 吴岳飞 in Birthday, Cell Group

Cg sermon 9, July, 2015

The simple, scorner and fool
Proverb 1:22
The simple acknowledges, the scorner doubts, the foolish does something stupid.
Proverb 8:5, 9:4
The life of simple
Naive people who believe in everything or anything. These people lack discernment.
To believe every word of God is faith. To believe every word of man is naivety.
The tragedy is when the simple loves his simplicity.
Three results if the simple rejects the word of God:
– The simple falls easily into sexual temptation (Proverb 7:7-8),
– the simple only learns when they see others paying price for their mistakes (Proverb 19:25),
– simple people walk right into danger (proverb 22:3).
To avoid being simple, always have grip on the word of God.

The scorner think they know everything.
Proverb 21:24
They are proud. They are too quick to judge. Everyone who teaches them is just wasting time.
Proverb 9:7-8, 22:10
It doesn’t mean we don’t help. We simply do not spend much time helping the scorner.

The fools won’t learn from God’s word.
Proverb 1:7
There is no fear of God for fools. God’s word makes us wise.
Proverb 17:24
Fools cannot control their speech.
Proverb 15:2, 10:8
Fools talk a lot.
Fools can’t control their temper
Proverb 12:16
We should always cool down and analyze.
Proverb 26:4-5
If someone is stupid, we should not share in his/her stupidity.
Fools are proud
Proverb 28:26
Fools create strife over petty issues.
Fools bring sorrow to their parents.
Proverb 10:1
Parents should never worry over their grown up kids. Cain, Esau, Jacob’s sons, Samson. They make parents grieved
Fools always squander wealth away.
Proverb 21:20
Fools cannot be trusted with responsibility. Hence, fools cannot earn honor.
Proverb 26:6-9, 11
Fools repeat mistakes like dogs returning to vomit.
Proverb 19:3, Luke 12:20
We will not become fools as long as we submit to word of God.

Posted July 15, 2015 by Jefri Yue Fei 吴岳飞 in Cell Group, Sermon

Pastor Kong’s Sermon 5, July, 2015: The Adulterous Woman

John 8:2-3-6
Lord Jesus was teaching.
The Pharisees came interrupting, dragging a woman with them. They wanted to trap Him.
The Pharisees didn’t believe Lord Jesus to be the Savior: Why would a holy savior eat with sinners?
Lord Jesus wrote on the ground. We do not know what He wrote.

John 8:7
Lord Jesus said, "He who is without sin, let him cast the first stone."
The head priest, the oldest among them, thought he was worthy to cast the first stone.
However, his consciousness convicted him of guilt. The other Pharisees experienced guilt as well.
All of us sin. All of us are guilty.

Who was worthy to cast the stone? Jesus Himself.
He could have picked up stones and thrown to all of us.
The woman searched for love at all the wrong places.
She wanted to be accepted, however, all she received was broken promises.
She was caught in adultery. She was pushed, abused and shamed.
When she saw His face, she was willing to be stoned by Jesus. However, Lord Jesus let her go.
Why did He do it?

Sin has broken the world. Sin has cost God so much.
Jesus let her go because He was on the way to be executed as her Substitute.
His word to her and to us is still the same, "Neither do I condemn you. Go and sin no more."

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Posted July 14, 2015 by Jefri Yue Fei 吴岳飞 in Kong Hee, Sermon

Frankfurt 13-20, June, 2015 (17-18 June)

Wednesday morning.
My boss and I first discussed our finding in the first two days of exhibition.
Plenty new ideas as we brainstormed on how to improve quality control and lab procedure.
After done with the discussion, we had our breakfast.


We went to a fish restaurant nearby the hotel.
Their salmon was really fresh. Their mineral water felt so refreshing too!


We revisited some of the booths we were interested in.
And so, we gained even more new ideas.
My boss was so excited with such a fruitful finding.

We had lunch at the exhibition place. I forgot to take the photos, though Smile with tongue out
Upon returning to the hotel, we had dinner.



Interesting restaurant along the street.
The wine is really good. Wish I could have had more if not for my low alcohol tolerance Smile with tongue out
Another round of fresh salmon too.
But well, we waited for one hour for them to cook the food.

Thursday morning. Breakfast time!


Well, it was really bread after bread almost every day.
Not bad. Eating rice all the time can be boring Smile with tongue out

I attended a workshop on fume cupboard and lab design.


Interesting to see this design of lab.
Kinda reminding me of NTU lab too~~

Dinner time!!!
We went to another interesting restaurant: 12 Apostles restaurant!!




A very classy interior design too!



The food portion was really huge! My boss and I could not finish it even though we shared it.
I guess the food was more suited for big-sized German people, not me.


Guess what is inside this treasure chest?



After dinner, we walked around again. Interesting buildings around.
The architect bothered with the detail of the wall. Really artistic.


What is this castle doing at the junction of a busy road?


Well, it turns out to be a cafe~~~
Our last day of Frankfurt tomorrow. Do look forward to the post!

Posted July 13, 2015 by Jefri Yue Fei 吴岳飞 in Food, Work