If you are what we call a “Bible Believing Christian”, (believe what that the Bible tells us is true), you often know what it says, but because you do not always feel that what it says is true, you do not really believe what the truth it is saying. Even if you are a Christian, you have almost certainly been affected by this emotionally ruled world we live in. This world tells us that you should not believe something is true before you feel or see it. But that is a lie, and certainly not faith.
Like most people in this world, we are still influenced by the Covid-19 situation, even though other things have occupied the news lately.
In Thailand, there are not many cases of the Corona virus now, and things have started to open up a bit more, but there is still a state of emergency and curfew at night time until the end of this month, at least.
People in Thailand are beginning to feel the the negative effect of this situation financially as well, and we have been able to providing some hope and help to some of those affected, such as poor Shan people in orange farms and rice fields. We will tell you some stories in this newsletter.
Many people struggle with this question: What Is the Purpose for My Life? Or as a Christian it can be: What is God’s purpose for my life and what can he use me to? The feeling of having a purpose is an important one, because we don’t feel content with life if we have no purpose. God’s purpose for your life is actually not a difficult one, it’s easy. God’s main purpose for your life is for you to discover how much you are loved by God and to have a close fellowship and relationship with him. In fact, it is not primarily about all other choices we make and what to do and what to not do, but God’s main purpose for you is to have fellowship with Him and enjoy that fellowship.