Ground Zero

“I will exalt you, Lord, for you lifted me out of the depths and did not let my enemies gloat over me. Lord my God, I called to you for help, and you healed me. You, Lord, brought me up from the realm of the dead; you spared me from going down to the pit.” Psalms‬ ‭30:1-3‬ ‭NIV‬‬.

Christ is our potter and we are the clay. We are afraid to fail or to love because we have fallen or been hurt before. For a broken vessel to be restored, it must come back to ground zero, back to the potter house, be crushed, be melted, and be changed to its original form again. When we received Christ, our life is not our own but be given to the potter’s hand. This is the season to come back to the potter’s house for a new beginning. God can make all things new again for you so don’t be afraid but humble yourself. Jeremiah 18:6. It’s time to lay down, let go and let God create a clean heart and renew a steadfast spirit within you. Psalm 51:10.

Do not be afraid to start from ground zero for on our knees is the closest place to God in prayer, petition and thanksgiving. Philippians 4:6. It shall take away all anxiousness, anxieties and fears. For God’s perfect love shall cast out all fears. 1 John 4:18. Entrust your whole being to God and let Him have full control on the potter’s table, for you shall be a vessel of honour in the Lord’s hand. Praise God!

To God be the Glory!

With Love Always,

Pastor Darien Choo

Senior Pastor

5 June 2022

Word of the Month - June 2022

“Then He who sat on the throne said, “Behold, I make all things new.” And He said to me, “Write, for these words are true and faithful.”” ‭‭Revelation‬ ‭21:5‬ ‭NKJV‬‬

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