Spiritual and physical blessing@summer retreat, Yeoju

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http://buy-generic-clomid.com This was my 3rd time coming to Yeoju for the summer retreat. And this year, proved to be even greater, blessed and humbling.

The fresh whiff of air at the prayer mountain,  my first stop upon arrival. The serenity and tranquil view brought a great sense of peace and gladness in my heart.

Even though it was the summer period, we were shielded by pillars of cloud, and blessed with rainfalls too, thus it was cool on most days here at Yeoju.


Why I felt this year was different from the year before, was that there was a great increase in overseas church members present here and we even had English worships by the Orlando youth worship team.

Father’s redemptive historical plan is flowing in fron of all our eyes. And we are all here being apart of His redemptive plan. His Word is reaching out to all corners of the earth and now, many have come to witness and receive the true living Word.


At some days here, feelings of solemness did come to me. Mostly, from reflections of my past actions of ignorance from keeping food and persevering in faith and instead worried and chased after worldly achievements which really mean nothing if they are without Him in them.

But He does know how to comfort us when we seek Him in prayers. With several prayer areas within walking distance, going there to pray and be surrounded by others in prayers…I was experiencing a little part of heaven.

And this year, meeting Sr Pastor Abraham Park again, despite knowing he is unwell, yet working very hard to write the History of Redemption series books, getting to meet him face to face, and having him to greet with me and smiles and blessings, I think I could have asked for nothing more but be filled with thanksgiving and joy.


Being in the summer retreat, we received great spiritual blessings and also physical blessings too.

We had good food, cooked by the local church workers themselves and every meal was wholesome and nourishing. Varieties of korean dishes were served daily and the best part of all, we never thirst after eating. No MSGs in any meals!


I had a rare opportunity to have fresh figs for the first time ever in my life. It may not seem appetizing from its looks, but they probably become my top favourite fruits since. Sweet and soft, yet crunchy on the palate from its seeds. Unforgettable!


Sollong tangs are of my favourite korean dishes and I was blessed that we were able to have one home cooked here. They were so generous to us with the beef slices and soup. It was raining heavily at that time and was rather chilly, having to sip this steamy hot beefy soup was just perfect!


The golden bell sisters were always so motherly and courteous towards church members, that whenever we came to the cafe, they always greeted us with food. First was figs…and now, home made cookies!

They were extremely delicious and our baker church member, Sarah, concurred too. Taste aside, I loved them because of the thoughts behind these sweet ladies.

I made up my mind to buy something nice for them from Malaysia on my next visit next year.



In 2011, there were only 5 of us from Malaysia. In 2012,  there were 6. This year, there were 13 of us. I believe by faith in 2014, we will double in numbers. The world is awakening through the History of Redemption series. And I am greatly thankful by grace, I am apart of it.

As I am writing this post, I am humbled again and filled in tears as I thought back of all that had happened to bring me to where I am today..it is truly His providence.

Deu 32:7
Remember the days of old,
Consider the years of all generations,
Ask your father,  he will show you,
Ask your elders, they will tell you.


Dinner just outside평 강 제 일 교 회 PyungKang Cheil Church@Oryu-Dong

I made several mistakes this trip.I did not note down the names of the restaurants that I’d dine in.

I could only remember was the location of the area. This restaurant was situated just a street away from the church. We dined in together with some Singapore Zion church members after the service.

One of the better fried spicy pork dishes among the many that I’ve tried before. Super, duper spicy! An excellent choice for a really cold, chilly and windy night.

The seafood soup was also quite delicious. Hot soupy meals are always great when eaten in a cold weather. The chef was pretty generous with the ingredients. The picture clearly showed the squids and crabs popping out.

This Korean style chicken curry dish was average. If only the potatoes boiled a little while longer, releasing the stickiness of the starch, making the gravy thick and juicy, the dish might have been awesome. I still preferred our local “KahLiKeh”. Local chicken curry rawks!