ASAP – Always Say A Prayer

ASAP – Always Say A Prayer

Paul Chong                          Friday, 25 June 2021

Conventionally, the abbreviation ASAP is always taken to mean As Soon As Possible. In times like these with the prevailing pandemic Covid-19, seemingly unending & in fact claimed to become endemic, we have to learn to live with it. Singapore government has already making plans & policies to ensure safety & security for its people. No doubt other countries will in due course follow suit.

In times of crisis whom can you really trust. Nothing nor anybody!

Can we learn to live with it? We can if we trust God & He will not let you down. In God we trust. Always say a prayer . . . ASAP.

In times of crisis, stress & strain, set your heart right with God & He will carry you through. Also your thinking will be right, avoiding all the medical pitfalls, all the giant pharmaceuticals of profiteering & greed of  the rich & filty men behind the scene with the objective of enriching themselves rather than curing & saving helpless people. 

Perhaps this all men’s fault, & God has sent this pandemic as universal punishment. Men are definitely & progressively becoming more sinful. When will men ever learn from lessons in Biblical past?

As an encouragement to firm believers, herein below are some positive poetic lines to fortify you . . .

There’s work to do, deadlines to meet;

You’ve got no time to spare,

But as you hurry & scurry – 


In the midst of family chaos,

“Quality time” is rare

Do your best; let God do the rest –


It may seem like your worries

Are more than you bear

Slow down & take a breather –


God knows how stressful life is;

He wants to ease our cares,

And He’ll respond to all your needs


Prayer is one of the best gifts we receive. There is no cost but a lot of rewards, so let’s continue to pray for one another.

God Be With You. 

Have A Nice Day!

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