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Unstoppable Faith

I need to meet this man, He is the healer of all things. She crawled on the streets where He would pass by, she was the woman with blood issues, visited countless physicians and lost all her money to them, He... Continue Reading →

Moriah Moments #Finale

Three years later, here I was giving this very speech in this very restaurant. "This is my testimony of becoming a pastor." My father stood up abruptly, the stern Taoist being the different one among the other of my relatives, and... Continue Reading →

Moriah Moments #7

I became a devout christian, I believed in all of His words, His commands, His everything. Even before being a christian, I had a job at one of the multi-national companies, holding the mantle of being the executive manager in... Continue Reading →

Moriah Moments #6

So Abraham took the wood of the burnt offering and laid it on Issac his son; and he took the fire in his hand, and a knife, and the two of them went together. But Issac spoke to Abraham his... Continue Reading →

Moriah Moments #5

...So Abraham rose early in the morning and saddled his donkey, and took two of his young men with him, and Issac his son; and he split the wood for the burnt offering, and arose and went to the place... Continue Reading →

Moriah Moments #4

A week past, I was constantly bombarded by the temptation to pick up the bible and read it. I did not touch that thing, I flung it out of the window in the middle of the week when I was... Continue Reading →

Moriah Moments #2

Nam mo om mi to fo. Nam mo om mi to fo. I bent down on my knees, in front of the idols sculpted by humans, three humongous statues sat solemnly in front of me in an eternal earthly repose. Their... Continue Reading →

Moriah Moments #1

Now it came to pass after these things that God tested Abraham, and said to him, Abraham!" And he said, "here I am." Then he said, "take your son, your only son, Issac, whom you love, and go to the... Continue Reading →

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