The Strokes Of A Pen Can Change The World.
- By Rajwin Singh
- Published 02/26/2007
Rajwin Singh, 21 tall dark and handsome (Wow!!) is a FAT Christian - Faithful, Available and Teachable. He is real, relevant, relational and radical in pursuing the will of God for his life. He means business with God and wants to be a Jesus look-a-like. His favorite verse is: If anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation, old things pass away behold all things are new. 2 Corinthians 5:17. His favourite books are the Bible, Sergio Scataglini's "The Twelve Transgression" and Lawrence Seow "Our Finest Hour" and he enjoys listening to Gospel Rock!!! Rajwin is a Singaporean 'pekka punjabi' who needs his regular diet of dhall and roti, chicken curry and all food punjabi or indian, including desi tea with spices. Rajwin attends the South Asian International Fellowship Sunday Services from 5.00 – 7.00 pm at the Chapel for All Peoples of St Andrew's Cathedral, 11 St Andrew's Road, Singapore 178959 - directly above City Hall MRT Station in Singapore.
Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them. Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven. Matthew 7:20-21
The Strokes of a pen can change the world.
The Voice of a Virtuaso captivates the people.
The Touch and Caress of fingers comfort or destroy a man.
.....I could go on but the pen is still mightier.
Praise you Lord,
thank you for this wonderful productive day,
a step closer to victory,
a step closer to you,
a growing of myself in stature and love.
strength to strength,
grace to grace,
bringing your name from glory to glory.
thank you Lord.
And yes, I was just wondering,
perhaps if I were your pen
because the pen seems to be the mightiest
of all the instrument of man,
stronger than the caress of a women
or the music of men.
Will I ever run out of ink?
You fill me.
I wana live,
wana love you more.
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