The Power of the Bible
Every Tuesday is the Bible class.
We have learned about the Old Testament with George as a teacher.
The Old Testament consists of 39 books written by various people during 1400B.C. to 400 B.C.
Starting from Genesis, including a story of the first human beings, Adam & Eve, it tells the history of Israel and God including poems, stories, laws, and prophecies from God to Israel.
As I read the Bible, I feel the deep unfailing love of God, who comes to rescue us from the wilderness in spite of our sins; we want to go our own way departing from Him.
When the class was over, I was so inspired that I felt like God ignited a fire inside of me and the great power surged. It was so great that I even thought that I was cured in that moment!
Since then, in spite of unknowing what the next regimen and when to start, and being busy making many phone calls and e-mailing with the doctors, I have had peace.
My life is not depending on medicines, but on God, who created heavens and earth, and loves me dearly.
He raised me up again after I was knocked down by the bad news last week.
The Bible is so powerful! If I am connected with God, I have no fear but rather peace and joy.
Adventure of Amtrak
George and I were supposed to leave for Santa Barbara today for a wedding. Yet, an appointment with an oncologist was made after 4pm tomorrow.
George will leave tomorrow morning to conduct the rehearsal, and I decided to catch up to him by Amtrak.
Although I have lived in LA for more than 20 years, I haven’t ridden on Amtrak yet.
This is the first time and I will travel all alone at night!
It is exciting!
GOD IS GOOD ALL THE TIME!