7th August 2011 is another epic time for the Website Editing & Technical Group of the English Fellowship at
However, there was another concern.
After the service, I went to stand by a gate leading to some staircases, where people would go if they understood our instruction in the first place. However, one minute, two minutes, five minutes passes, still no one came to show their curiosity on the board I held high up with my hands. It was getting embarrassing… But I said to myself that, “you need to be willing to be a fool for God in whatever He calls you to do.” Later, a few girls came up to me intermittently, and I sensed that they were volunteers, so I threw out the question, and they answered right. Having pointed a few people to the right direction, I went up the building myself, and as I was looking for the right room (I actually did not know the exact room myself, shame on me…), I met another two girls who were searching for something. I showed them the board, and they became excited. I struggled for a while if I needed to ask the “stupid” question again, but out of responsibility, I decided, “yes, let our ‘yes’ be ‘yes’! (Matthew 5:33-37)” And they answered me correctly with a smile, too.
This is only a very tiny task I was assigned to. But the challenges I faced are not negligible. Jesus calls us to enter the narrow gate (Matthew 7:13-14). It is indeed a narrow gate, but I am so pleased to praise the Lord for our team, for we have accepted that “Jesus is the way!”
11 August 2011
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