Sunday, July 31, 2011

Paintball

Had paintball session with church mates on 31st July, 2011. Phew, I thought it was a easy game but it was quite demanding in terms of stamina because you need to squat, run, shoot, hide, and crawl...

Anyway, this remind me of our moment with Half Life: Counter Strike. Well, real life sports is far better and excited than computer game. You get to feel the tension in shooting and hiding where you cannot feel in virtual reality.
Salute!

Get set, solders!

With the effort of Juliana (thanks Juliana for organizing this game! =D), we managed to have a discount session of RM20 per person with unlimited life and 100 bullets. We started the game in 2 teams, aka white vs yellow.

Being hit by air gun is not that pain compare to gunpowder bullet and the impact can cause damage level as this...

...and only one of us were not hit directly... No casualty occurred but wounded legs, arms, heads, face....

Despite my team has won, but I found that the excitement of winning can only be achieved if limited life is set for each player. If everyone is getting unlimited life but limited bullets, for sure the team who plays safe and stingy on bullets will win the game most probably.

Anyhow, it is a very excited game and we had nice time together. Probably I will go for next round in near future.. =D

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Walk for Sight and Sound 2011

Went to a fantastic charity walk during 17th July and met some wonderful friends who are working under the same hood.


Ops, not ready yet?

Smile! (^ω^)

I am not sure what the Star reported about the figures is accurate or not, but I am glad that we can help and have meaningful experience to be "blind". Seriously, you know how many persons attended this annual event?


Not to mention, there were a lot of attractive prizes for the participants. iPad, bicycles, laptops...In fact, in the point of organization participation, Penang Adventist Hospital fellows must be really blessed. Out of 33 participation, 4 received lucky draw prizes where we had Wei Beng, Andy, and Doreen who won the hamper.
Beng poising with his hamper

and Ryan Goh, our grand prize winner! \(⌒o⌒)/


4 days 3 nights Penang-Phuket/Krabi Start cruise tour for 2 persons. (Psss, I heard he hasn't found his partner...You know what to do, right? =P)

Anyhow, the event went like this. We walked blindfolded with someone leading in front...


or guided with someone who was not blindfold side-by-side...

Don't ask me what the lady was posing...

From youth park...


passing by the botanical garden...


and back to youth park where we were awarded with a certificate for our effort! Great job, pals. =)


Lastly, I would like to thank Jason and Grace for their unfailing effort to advertise Penang Adventist Hospital...

Jason, we miss you...

Grace never failed to show PAH signboard in almost any photos...



P/S: Guan, you did a great job! Without you, we won't have wonderful photos like these. Thanks!





Jesus said, "For judgment I have come into this world, so that the blind will see and those who see will become blind." ~ John 9:39

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Forgiveness

I attended a bible conference by RBC Ministries on 23rd July 2011, saturday in Trinity Methodist Church Penang with elder Ooi and fellow church mates. Met Kwei Yunn and Xu Wen (just knew that she attends this church =D). Besides, provides a reunion of brother and sister in Christ, our Heavenly Father taught me about forgiveness through the mouth of Reverent Dr. Gary Inrig.

Though I may not have photographic memory, these are some of the points which I recalled from his sermon:
(corresponding biblical chapters: * Luke 7:36 - 50, * Matthew 18:21 - 35, * Luke 17:1 - 10, & * Matthew 18-15 - 20)

~ The central principle of forgiveness is where creditor pays off debtor's debt (Jesus died on the cross for our sin)
~ Forgiveness creates love and comes with obligations such as forgiving others
~ Eternal forgiveness of God is not equal to parental/conditional forgiveness of God
~ Forgiveness is not minimizing sin
~ Forgive is not forget but remember to forget
~ To forgive, one has to define the offence and confront the person who offended us so that s/he knows how to repent.
~ Remorse = regret but not repent
~ Repent leads to change of life or direction of living
~ Forgiveness is not equal to the cancellation of sin consequences
~ Forgiveness is effective only to the relevant parties
~ Forgiveness needs faith because it is an act of will or permanent attitude
~ Forgiving is learning to forgive
~ Forgiveness is another offer for others/offender to believe (in Christ), repent and renew
~ In case we cannot forgive offender, we shall offer forgiveness to offender by surrendering this to God.
~ Process of forgive:
    1) Face the offence squarely
    2) Feel the hurt (as consequences of sin)
    3) Forgive (with faith)
    4) Renew

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