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My vlog from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
We went to:
Saskatchewan Railway Museum
The Prairie Lily Riverboat Cruise
The Berry Barn
Black Fox Farm and Distillery
I’ve uploaded a new piece that I have played on the piano for my 3rd year recital in April 2019. Let me know if you would like to see more of these videos! Below is the link if you would like to listen.
What does it mean to serve others?
Philippians 2:3–4 says “Do nothing from selfish ambition or conceit, but in humility count others more significant than yourselves. Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others.” True service requires sacrifice. We must sacrifice our abilities for the good of others, not just ourselves.
To truly serve like the Bible calls us to, we must do it with zero expectations of a reward. There is no guarantee that the people we serve will return the favor or even notice our efforts. Still, we are called to serve others anyway.
Matthew 10:45 says it this way, “For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.” If anyone deserves to be served, it’s Jesus. But He spent His life showing others that they matter. We can show others that they matter as well.
Here are 10 Ways to Serve others:
2) Mentor Someone.
3) Bring a meal to someone who is not well.
4) Write an encouraging note to a different person once a week.
5) Support a ministry, prayerfully or financially.
6) Start a Bible study in your home.
7) Go on a short-term or long term missions trip.
8) Sponsor a child, one time or on-going.
9) Pick someone and commit to pray for them every day for a whole month.
10) Call a parent you know and offer to babysit for free.
There are many other ways that you can serve others, but here are just a few. Write in the comments below, how you plan to serve someone this month.
The world tells us to believe in ourselves, to be fearless, and to believe we can do anything we put our minds to. That might work when you know you can actually do something, but what about those times you are aware of your limitations.
Self-confidence comes with the definition of being self-assured in our own abilities and qualities. Self-confidence is something that everyone needs. But, as a Christian dedicated to Jesus, self-confidence sounds a lot like being dependent on ourself instead of aiming our eyes towards Jesus.
Jesus made us who we are today for a reason. He wants to use us right where we are. We might be hurting from others, feeling distant from Jesus or experiencing a time of feeling alone. Let God confidence build within you and it will show you a light that burns brighter than any form of darkness.
As our faith in God grows, so does our courage because our confidence is placed in God instead of in ourselves. Having confidence in God makes sense when we know God and becomes easier as that relationship grows, because God’s power and strength have been proven again and again, both in the Bible and in lives all around us.
An example of courage in the Bible is David standing before Goliath. A key element of the story is that David directed attention from himself onto God, emphasizing that it was the Lord who had the power and strength to defeat the enemy (1 Samuel 17:45-47). David didn’t imagine for a moment that he alone could defeat Goliath. He displayed no confidence in his own abilities. The difference between David and the other Israelites was not that he was more capable to fight than they were; David was the least qualified among them. What made David stand apart was his unwavering faith in God. If David seemed fearless, it wasn’t because he didn’t recognize the danger in front of him. Instead, David chose to put his trust in the living and loving God he knew intimately, and it turned out he was right to do so.
Cultivating God confidence will change how we see personal appearances. Jesus made us into who we are at this very moment. Whether we like how we look or feel frustrated with how we present ourselves, having ultimate confidence in God gives us worth everyday. To achieve anything or take any action consistent with God’s plan for your life, you must first place your confidence in God, knowing that he works all things for good to those who love him. No one is unreachable when it comes to seeking Jesus’ love, grace and hope. God confidence doesn’t mean you need to have everything figured out. Just like being a Christian doesn’t mean you won’t struggle, it means you won’t struggle alone.
From February 17, 2020 to February 21, 2020 my mom and I went to Winnipeg.
On Tuesday February 18, we went to The Canadian Museum of Human Rights.
We also went to the Manitoba Museum. A highlight of that was seeing the Nonsuch Ship. The Nonsuch Ship is a replica ship of the real ship, but this replica ship has actually gone on voyages. It was such a cool experience to see it! Here are some picture below.
On Wednesday February 19, we saw the Winnipeg Bear Statue that is on Winnie the Pooh. If you would like to read the true story of the bear that Winnie the Pooh is based on you can click this link https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/winnipeg-the-bear-statue
We also went to Snow and Moon which has Korean ice cream with some friends. It was amazing!
On Thursday February 20, we went to the Canadian Mint, we went to Prairie 360 which is a restaurant that is 30 stories high and is a revolving restaurant that gives you a 360 degree view of Winnipeg. We also went to the Forks and saw Louis Riel’s grave.
That night with the same friends we had ice cream with, we went to the Largest Snow Maze in the World! So cool!
Before we left to go home on Friday February 21, we went to the Winnie the Pooh Gallery. I learned so much!