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Hey everyone!

We safely arrived in Spokane, Washington last night at Hannah’s parents’ house, and have spent our first day doing chapels and youth groups—it’s been a blast. On our way to Washington we spent the night in Montana where we had a team devo. We spent time as a team talking about what characteristics of God have been especially evident to us lately.

 

We talked about faithfulness, His grace, and what’s been sticking out to me since Hong Kong has been how God chooses to be near to us. It seems so simple, but in Hong Kong I was left astounded by Psalm 18 in a way that I hadn’t before.

 

Verse 6 says: “In my distress I called to the Lord; I cried to my God for help from his temple; he heard my voice my cry came before him, into his ears.” And then David continues on for ten verses listing how God shook mountains and a heaven were parted in response to his cry, and finally concludes with verse sixteen:

 

“He reached down from on high and took hold of me;
    he drew me out of deep waters.
17 He rescued me from my powerful enemy,
    from my foes, who were too strong for me.
18 They confronted me in the day of my disaster,
    but the Lord was my support.
19 He brought me out into a spacious place;
    he rescued me because he delighted in me.”

 

And all at once this very simple truth hit me that the same God who created the universe gives a mountain-shaking response to my cry—and not only that, but verse nineteen says “he rescues me because he delighted in me.” He delighted in me. He delights in me, and He delights in you, as well.

What an honor. How can we not help but serve Him in any way we are called? He chose us. What an amazing, simple truth.

Anyway, that’s how God’s word has encouraged me lately, and I hope you are encouraged by God’s amazing, earth-shaking love as well. 

Seek First The Kingdom

As we began a concert at our first public (non-Christian) venue in the States at the University of Wisconsin – Sheboygan, I became very nervous. All I wanted to do was shrink behind my keyboard and disappear. I was reminded of my own public school experience, how afraid I was of judgment from my peers and how I never wanted to stick out because of my faith.


Although our team just spent the past month shamelessly proclaiming the Gospel to all corners of Honduras, here I stood, suddenly very self-conscious and aware of my true passivity.

 

I was anxious.

 

Several passages came to mind then, all of them along the lines of challenging believers to be unafraid in times like these:

 

“But be doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving yourselves…” (James 1:22-25)

 

“Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind...” (Romans 12:2)

 

“If the world hates you, know that it has hated me before it hated you...” (John 15:18-19)

 

But after recalling these verses, I realized that my main problem was not that I was afraid (though I was truthfully afraid). My problem was that I was thinking too much about myself. I was concerned about my own image and my own discomfort.

 

Coincidentally, I was given a passage to read aloud during that concert before our final song. It went like this:

 

“There I tell you, do not be anxious about your life, what you will eat or what you will drink, nor about your body, what you will put on. Is not life more than food, and the body more than clothing? Look at the birds of the air: they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they? And which of you by being anxious can add a single hour to his span of life? … Therefore do not be anxious, saying ”What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink? Or ‘What shall we wear?’ For the Gentiles seek after all these things, and your heavenly Father knows that you need them all. But seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you.” (Matthew 6:25-33)

 

Although this passage has little to do with being unafraid in the face of judgment, it has everything about forgetting your own concerns, even your own needs.

 

That’s not to say that we should neglect taking care of ourselves, but that we should trust in God’s provision and ultimate plan.

 

Similarly, I needed to forget about being uncomfortable. Sure, my heart was full of fear, but that wasn’t important.  What was important was that I seek first the kingdom of God by being faithful and trust that everything else would fall into place. Although I couldn’t ignore my discomfort, it would have been wrong to put that over sharing with and encouraging the students that were listening.

 

I encourage all of you today to seek first the kingdom of God. We all have our own troubles, our own fears, and our own needs, but know that our Father in Heaven is perfectly aware of all these things. Above all, the kingdom of God should always come before our own anxieties, which are trivial in the face of eternity.

 


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Hong Kong Takeaway by Holly

Stewardship. This is a CTI buzzword that I've heard from multiple staff and team members who have been with CTI in the past. It also seems to be a life motto in Hong Kong. From resources to time to relationships, the Hong Kong Youth For Christ (YFC) staff intentionally use everything to the fullest and best way possible.  

 

They use YFC donations as gifts for the elderly community members who come to their meetings and to thank volunteers for their help (our team received generous portions of Swiss chocolate and local bakery items). They steward time by using it efficiently and booking as many concerts for us as possible so that as many people could hear the Gospel as possible during our three-week stay. They stewarded relationships by giving thank-you gifts to our booking contacts and by respecting their time and wishes so that doors might stay open to future oppotunities.   

 

And that's just it. Everything the YFC staff did was for the sake of sharing Christ with their neighboors and countrymen. All money and resources are viewed as belonging to God but "on loan" to them. Therefore, they try to be the best stewards of God's time and God's money as they possibly can.  

 

We were encouraged to follow their lead in stewarding the YFC resources as well as our time, and we began to really adopt this mindset by the end of our stay. I hope to incorporate this practice of faithfully stewarding God's resources into my daily life stateside with the focus of ultimately using resources to share Christ with those around me.   

 

"His master replied, 'Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things; I will put you in charge of many things. Come and share in your master's happiness!' " Matthew 25:23 

 

[Below are a few of the incredible staff with whom we worked: David, the YFC national director in HK; his assistant YY; and HIng, one of our hard-working translators]

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"Brevity of life"

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[Photo from Holy Trinity Primary School in Hong Kong. I loved this photographer's shots! Check out his full album HERE  - it's a great way to visually experience one of our school assembly programs.]

This evening we had our first stateside concert since Hong Kong. It was fun to join the youth group of First Baptist Church, where both Fulltime teams have been training all week in preparation for our five-week Fall Tour. In a week my team will be out west in Washington.

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As part of our set tonight, I shared a something I learned in Hong Kong.

I learned a lot about stewardship from the HKYFC - not just of time and resources, but also of opportunities. Everything they did was for the sake of the Gospel.

Whether this verse crossed their minds or not, they reminded me of Psalm 90:12.

"Teach us to realize the brevity of life, so that we may grow in wisdom." [NLT]
"Teach us to number our days, that we may gain a heart of wisdom." [NIV]

A fault of mine is that I live life as if I'm invincible and that I'm entitled to several more decades. The reality is, I'm not guaranteed anything.

Psalm 90 was written by Moses as a prayer.

My prayer: may God help me have the right perspective of the here and now and to make the most of it.

Specifically, I want wisdom to answer the question, "How can I glorify God with every moment of my life?"

If we truly internalized the truth of the Gospel, we will want to do nothing but share the hope and peace of this message with others.

"You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven." [Matthew 5:14-16]

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    James Lau - Keys

     

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    Barry Huang - Bass

     

    Joshua Shaw - Vocals

     

    Josen Liu - Sound Tech

     

    Nick Weaver - Drums

     

    Chanelle Tseng - Keys

     

    Victoria Lai - Guitar

     

    Becca Bowers - Vocals

     

    Henry Yen - Guitar

     

    Elisabeth Lopez - Vocals

     

    Herman Woo - Guitar

     

     

     

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