The peace in the chaos.

We all need ways to unwind, weekends can only do so much! It’s always hard to find a moment of stillness, and a moment of peace when there are so many due dates, emotional battles or just everyday tasks. But it is so comforting to know that in the chaos, the Lord is our peace.

‘Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus’ – Read Philippians 4:6-7 ( and 2 Thessalonians 3:16 (


Let go.

Life right now might seem so overwhelming. Experiencing a pandemic, social isolation, virtual classes and conversations, and uncertainty about the future is overwhelming to us all. But the song “Let go” by Hillsong Y&F reminds us to let go of these feelings and let God fight our battles for us.

1 Peter 5:7 repeats this statement, “Cast all your anxiety on Himbecause He cares for you” ( So, let go of all the overwhelming or negative emotions you might be feeling and give them to God because He wants to carry your burdens.


Every little step.

“Every little step I take, you will be there. Every little step I make, we’ll be together”. These lyrics from “Every little step” by Bobby Brown perfectly describes God’s promise made to us in Joshua 1 vs 9 (

Wherever you walk and whichever situation you might find yourself in, God is with you. He gives you the strength to get through any storm and peace to get through any worrying situation. You’re not alone in this life because God is always with you. This is His promise to you.


Screwtape Letters #1

“The game is to have them all running about with fire extinguishers when there is a flood, and all crowding to that side of the boat which is already nearly under.” CS Lewis’ Screwtape Letters – (posts from a senior demon to a junior demon).

In times of intense stress, people tend to panic. The panicked brain cannot think or follow instruction – which often leads to spectacular acts of stupidity (not helpful during times of anxiety).

Jesus is no stranger to difficult times. When he says, “follow me’, he means he will take us through the “stuff of life”. No need for panic brain

Isaiah 43:2 –