Monday, February 21, 2011

~~~ Test Your Mental Stress ~~~

This is a static image, the greater your mental stress, the faster image move. When the children watch this the picture is generally static.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Discerning The Lord’s Body (By Joseph Prince, New Creation Church)

1 Corinthians 11:24

24and when He had given thanks, He broke it and said, “Take, eat; this is My body which is broken for you; do this in remembrance of Me.”

Have you ever taken a close look at the Matzah bread that the Jews eat during their Passover meal? The bread, which is unleavened, is pierced with rows of little holes forming stripes. It is also slightly burnt. Many churches today use this bread for the Holy Communion.

Do you know why the bread is pierced, striped and burnt?

My friend, the bread that you hold in your hands when you partake of the Lord’s Supper speaks of the body of our Lord Jesus Christ when He bore our sins and sicknesses on the cross.

Like the bread, He was pierced in His brow by the crown of thorns as well as in His hands and feet by the nails. He was also pierced in His side by a soldier’s spear. The prophet Isaiah says, “He was pierced for our transgressions…” (Isaiah 53:5, NIV)

Like the bread, He was scourged on His back until His flesh was all torn and bloody, and His bones were exposed, so that today, you can say, “By His stripes I am healed!” (Isaiah 53:5)

What about the burnt marks on the bread? The full fire of God’s wrath fell on Jesus, burning up our sins into ashes, and at the same time, bringing out the fragrance of the offering of Jesus. Today, your sins and lawless deeds are but ashes, and your Father in heaven remembers them no more! (Hebrews 8:12)

So the next time you partake of the bread during the Holy Communion, know that Jesus was pierced for your sins and scourged for your healing. He bore God’s fiery judgment so that you will never be judged for your sins! He also bore your diseases and carried your pains so that you can walk in divine health!

When you discern these precious truths about our Lord’s body, you are partaking of the Holy Communion in a worthy manner. And you will not be weak and sickly, nor die before your time. (1 Corinthians 11:27–30) No, you will be strong and healthy, and you will live long!

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

"Loh Hei" Yusheng

A popular festive dish usually served on the 7th day of the Chinese New Year. This raw fish salad is colourful and the act of tossing the salad together symbolises ushering of prosperity and abundance for the New Year.
By Suhara (


250g fresh salmon or any white fish or abalone
1 medium pomelo, cut into small wedges
2 carrots, shredded
1 white radish/ daikon radish, shredded
1 jicama, shredded
2 cucumbers, shredded
80 gms pickled red ginger, cut into small strips
1 mango, cut into small strips
75g (12 cup) roasted peanuts, chopped coarsely
100g strips of fried wonton skins
3 green onions, chopped
50g toasted sesame seeds
For the dressing :
Juice of 2 limes
1 tablespoon (15ml) plum sauce
1 teaspoon (5ml) sesame oil
A pinch of 5 spice powder
A pinch of salt

Preparation method

1. Make sure you buy the freshest fish for the dish and slice the fillet into thin strips. Season with a little salt and lime juice. Arrange all the ingredients into sections on a large serving platter. Sprinkle toasted sesame seeds and chopped peanuts over the dish.

2. Make the dressing by whisking all the ingredients together.

3. To serve: Pour dressing over the salad. Have your guests simultaneously toss the salad high with their chopsticks while saying well wishes for the New Year.

Serves: 8
Preparation: 20 minutes

Monday, February 7, 2011

Blessed year 2011

Wish everyone a Blessed & Prosperous 2011 Rabbit Year.