He who has called me in will keep me in.
I just got home not too long ago from an extremely satisfying meal at Pasta Fresca with LS – I credit him for my singing techniques as well as for spending time to groom me as a singer 13 years ago. It’s amazing how that has laid a strong foundation for me to perform as well as to lead worship. The most important vocal technique I learnt from him – how not to slur in your singing. Thank you, LS, for believing in my potential back then and for continuing to believe in what God has in store for me even ’til today! Details withheld, but I really enjoyed being able to share so honestly and openly and knowing that he fully understood my every sentiment because he was able to identify with it.
Other than that, I thought it’d be important for me to jot down the things that was impressed upon my heart during our internal prayer meeting this morning:
- Remember your covenant
- Renew your vision
- Reaffirm your calling
- Reinstate your passion
- Realign your will
I serve a faithful God and I know that He who has called me in will keep me in!
I’m heading for PY’s writing seminar early tomorrow morning so I shall keep this account short and sweet. Looking forward to learn from an established author!
Posted on May 5, 2010, in A Walk To Remember, Affirming Faithfulness, Extraordinary Mundane, Mentoring Minutes, Simple Pleasures, Spontaneous Conversations, The Greatest Gift, Top Ten & Other Lists and tagged calling, covenant, faithful, full-time calling, God, lead worship, Li Lit Siew, passion, Pasta Fresca, perform, Philip Yancey, potential, prayer meeting, singing, slur, vision, will. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.