Wednesday, January 27, 2016

I am so glad I’ve had the chance to read this book as a single. I wish every young person who is single, dating, or engaged will read this book before they get into a serious relationship. Especially before they get married. This is well-written book by Gary Thomas on the subject of relationship. The insight and wisdom Gary Thomas presents, with his transparent style, will open your heart and make you think wider about marriage. There are so many good points from this book, but I want to share with you 3 things which I think is really good for my unmarried readers.  


Monday, January 18, 2016
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Growing as a Christian, I always wonder how God talks to me. Will He talk to me directly? Or Will He talk to me through my dreams or anything else? When I was a kid, this is what I thought,  I told my mom that I couldn’t listen to Him because I really have no idea in which way God will speak to me. It was frustrating (for me).

I know God speaks to His people. He talks to Job, Paul, Abraham, Jacob, and etc. Living in a Christian family, I saw that my mother also can talk to God and God can talk to her. I still remember, there was a moment when I asked my mother how to listen to His voice, and my mother encouraged me to learn to listen to His voice.


Monday, January 4, 2016
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It's 2016 and I'm so excited for this year. Have you made your resolutions? I have. I have written several goals I want to achieve this year and I'm so so so excited and get nerve at the same time. One of my resolution is to read more books this year. I promise I will do it. 

Yesterday, I joined Goodreads's 2016 Reading Challenge. My goals is to read 100 books in 2016. Is it possible? Hopefully yes. I also joined the group so we can motivate and inspire each other. Wish me luck. 

If you also are big fan of books, let's meet on Goodreads. There are so many awesome people there. 

There are nine out of 100 books on my list. I hope I can finish these nine in the end of January. 


What do you recommend me to read? Write below.