Articles to Inspire

JuRun 2019

Written by Revd Bertram Cheong

The book of Habakkuk is an interesting book. It is one which is almost exclusively complaining. Habakkuk opens by levelling a withering accusation against Judah for its unrighteousness. To his mind, the sins of Judah (and, of course, Israel) were unthinkable because they, being the people of God, ought to know better. So he cries out to God…

Posted on WAC Bulletin on 10 November 2019
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大肚腩

Written by Revd Bertram Cheong

I have been laughed at—quite rightly, I must add— for my tastes in music (or lack thereof). I can’t really put a finger to any specific genres of music I like, except to say that if it is evocative, I tend to like it. For example, I like music scores from movies such as Crimson Tide, and Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy (they’re by composer Hans Zimmer). They invoke a sense of majesty and/or destiny…

Posted on WAC Bulletin on 3 November 2019
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The Man and The Boulder

Written by Revd Bertram Cheong

A story is told of a man who was not very remarkable, but he loved the Lord truly. One day, God spoke to the man and directed his sight to a big boulder near him. He told the man to push against the boulder. The man does so with no hesitation…

Posted on WAC Bulletin on 27 October 2019
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Hotel De Luna

Written by Revd Bertram Cheong

This may surprise you but I do enjoy certain Korean dramas. Some are admittedly cheesy so I watch it just to laugh. There are, however, some that go beyond mere entertainment…

Posted on WAC Bulletin on 20 October 2019
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