Archive for August, 2010

Test of Faith

Posted in Life with tags , , , , , , , , , on August 10, 2010 by Luke Farrugia

At AYC 2009, I met a guy by the name of Orion, he is a true brother in the faith, and he recently started a blog, (which I hope you re-visit) he is on the lookout for testimonies to add, but his first post is well worth being read, so I thought I would share it with you, and encourage you to share it with others who would appreciate it…

Here is an excerpt;

I’m walking down Swanston Street, on my way to Flinder’s Street station to catch the V-line back to Warragul. The night before, I had been working and earned about 75$. So it was all the money I had. I had been wanting a fedora hat for a while, so as I’m walking to the station, I decide to check out a couple of shops on the way. Not far before I reach one of the surf shops, I notice my homeless friend who lives on the streets of Melbourne…

You might think you know where this story is headed, but you are probably wrong.

God bless and enjoy.

Click here to read the whole story.


The Last Deception

Posted in Adventist with tags , , , , , , , , on August 5, 2010 by Luke Farrugia

“The very last deception of Satan will be to make of none effect the testimony of the Spirit of God. ‘Where there is no vision, the people perish’ (Prov. 29:18). Satan will work ingeniously, in different ways and through different agencies, to unsettle the confidence of God’s remnant people in the true testimony.”–Letter 12, 1890 (1SM 48)

I found this to be quite a thought provoking passage especially since studying the Prophetic Gift, while contemplating it I also heard a great Message from Pr Skeet and then I began considering another post I made on the liberal or conservative issue, now with all these thoughts skipping through my neurons, I began to distill the ideas and draw some conclusions, eventually this might even be a sermon but for now I am just looking to crystallize my thoughts. (my apologies to both liberal and conservative believers, as I am likely to offend both camps). Continue reading