Its been almost a month since my faith decision to transplant myself to another church.
The entire phase from the point of God’s revelation and to where He has led me now is almost unreal.
I would be lying if I said it was an easy process. In fact, it was one of the most difficult decision I had to face.
God matters to me
The opinion of others mattered a lot to me, but the will of God mattered too. God’s opinion had to count for more.
After six months, I finally yielded to Him and made the decision. God’s vision and call was just too loud to shut out or ignore.
At the Asia Conference, God provided more confirmations of that decision and provided glimpses of where His Church was heading.
Now I can only say that the road ahead looks promising and exciting in spite of the challenges that are tied to it.
You matter to me
Looking back, the process of making this decision was mostly a lonely and emotionally-bearing experience. But I’m blessed that my experience was made more enduring with the love and understanding of some of the brothers and sisters who believed in me.
To those that I may have disappointed, please forgive me. I can only explain my decision with this underlining truth that each of us have our God-given race to run, and I’m obeying God in running mine.
The lessons learnt from this experience are ones that I will not forget. One day, I hope to pen down this experience in a book when this faith decision bears fruit.
Cos I believe that there will be many others who will go through a similar cross-road situation at one point or another, and I hope my personal experience will help them make a prayerful, calculated, balanced and biblical decision.