At last! I’m officially a SFC (Singles for Christ) member.
Why did I join? I simply love meeting new friends and acquaintances. It’s my ultimate motives–to widen my connections. But as I attended one talk after the other, I found myself attending up to the last talk because of God. I now want to know Him more and not just to acquire friends.
To be able to become a member, one should finish the 12 weeks CLP (Christian Living Program) where every week, there’s a speaker speaking about the talk for the week.
After each talk, there’s a part of the program where you are given a chance to speak for your life, whether about your personal problems, financial problems, and family problems.
Upon finishing attending the 12 weeks CLP, assigned members of the SFC will ask for your personal prayer requests and pray over you.
The feeling is awesome to get to know God more during these talks. I’ve seen lives opened and healed every talks attended by my co-CLP attendees. I’ve seen hearts touched every gathering and presentation.
You too might encounter God in your desired way, if only you will open yourself to Him. You need not to be perfect before you accept Him. God will meet us where we are. Even if we are swimming in the ocean of shame and sins, He will always go for us. We may not be ready to receive Him now, but let’s just open ourselves to any possibilities.
And to my fellow new SFC members, we will surely receive oppression especially to non-believers, we will surely be condemned by self-righteous people, some will always look out for our next mistakes, some will always notice our short comings, but stand still. We may stumble and fall again, but it will always be God who will lift us up, and show us the break through. What is important now is that we took the first step going towards God, the next steps might be unpredictable but trust that God is always with us. For He said,
Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.
May you receive your blessings,