Salt and Light Mag: The Rebirth
I’m supposed to be sleeping right now but I got giddy upon realizing the promise of a “new thing”. In Isaiah 43:19, God says —
See, I am doing a new thing!
Now it springs up; do you not perceive it?
I am making a way in the wilderness
and streams in the wasteland.
I’ve always parked the idea of reviving Salt and Light until I had some free time today to purchase the domain again via GoDaddy, set it all up on my existing iPage account that hosts our church website, reinstall WordPress and prettify it. The re-birth of Salt and Light is significant not just because it really is my desired ministry to put my Internet addiction and blogging habit into good use. It is important to me right now because this also marks a re-birth and re-commitment in my spiritual walk. I was so in the world and of the world the past few
days weeks months that I just felt so detached from the Lord. It was really quite obvious too if you carefully watch my fruit. It’s been a walk in dry and parched land so far, but I claim God’s promise of a new thing that can spring up out of my circumstance of wilderness and wasteland.
More than anything, I’m excited to share with you what I learn day after day. It was tough but I recently realized that I’m probably not gifted with gab in terms of sharing about Jesus, but I seem to be meant for something that’s written.
I’m looking forward to craft this webmag with God’s help as something that could light up and make tasty this dark and bland Internet world. And I’m hoping that through reading this webmag, you too can light up and make tasty whichever setting you are in.
Meki (a.k.a. Miss Salt and Light Mag)
P.S. This might not be the last blog-style post that you’ll get to read from me here on the webmag ’cause my penchant for the “personal effect” is something that’s not really new… Hehe.