Sunday, August 07, 2005

Runaway Train

School design projects are managing my life now; threatening to turn me into an insomniac. The feeling now is akin to riding a steam-powered locomotive.. on creaky, old tracks that give you the feeling that your choochoo would derail any moment; built over a trecherous mountian/ravine terrain.. And even if it manages to keep on-track, I am suspecting where I will finally end up.. For this train has lost it's brakes~! Still, I've to keep feeding the coals into the furnace; or risk stopping along the old-tracks (over a ravine) that might give-way and leave me freefalling.
*gulp* (o.0)
Right. I must remain in control -.-"
I'll work it hard to take it as far as it can safely go~!
*shovels coke into hungry-engine*

1 week ago, the service I attended was closed with a mass-healing prayer-session. When the congregation was dismissed, a very special song was played. It was the only other familiar tune I could remember from AHS-Wednesday-Assembly days... Another memory-reel revisited and I was compelled to sit myself down. To soak-in the good ol' song and reflect on its significance once again.

So here it is.. (Brothers, I'm sure some of you all must find this familiar.(since so many of those songs on Wed-assembly were in Mandarin~!!))

"God Will Make A Way"
Oh God will make a way
Where there seems to be no way
He works in ways we cannot see
He will make a way for me
He will be my guide
Hold me closely to His side
With love and strength for each new day
He will make a way.....
He will make a way

By a roadway in the wilderess
He'll lead me
And rivers in the desert will I see
Heaven and earth will fade
But His Word will still remain
And He will do something new today

Repeat: A

I might beeee "gone" for quite a long time, but will try to update this space to show y'all I'm still pretty much alive and well (or rather "hanging-on-for-dear-life" hoho) :p


joline said...

Will miz thee writings, but that's ok, till next time!

Yeap, that song has been around for as long as i can remember.
It's all the encouragement bundled neatly into a little song.

Marcus said...

Hey bro...just thought that i'd drop by and say a few words :)

"Tough times never last, tough men do." This was something I felt brought me a lot of hope and encouragement whenever I felt the shit was going to hit the fan. Keep plugging, and with your own resilience and fortitude, this phase will pass.

Dreams will be fulfilled, and replaced by new ones, but achievements can never be taken away from you. It is you, who has achieved, and you alone.

Take the achievements as your goal, and i'm certain you'll shoot very powerfully, if you'll excuse my french, into the net.

And there'll always be a safety net should you need to fall back on something. I'm sure you know that, bro.

Do remember to take care, because a healthy body helps one to gain wisdom. =)