A Blessed Hope


2020 saw unprecedented turmoil in the world. Fear of death from Covid-19 infection, economic collapse, and uncertainty assailed everyone. People sought answers to the meaning of life and eternity. Doors swung open for the proclamation of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

The world reeled and conducted life through Zoom. Churches faced severe restrictions to remain open. Social distancing, masks in the name of safety dominated the narrative. A deep divide emerged in the global medical community. Mandatory Covid-19 test for international travel rapidly became the norm.

How has our ministry been affected? Severely. Overnight, virtual fellowship meetings sprung up. In-person prayer meetings dwindled. Hospital outreaches and missions nose-dived. How should we respond?

Take the spiritual high road. First, stay informed. Ignorance and passivity have no place in our walk as God’s children in the world; Understand the times and seasons (Matt 16:3). Second, fight the unseen enemy with the weapon of unceasing prayer ( Eph 6:12). The spiritual battle is fierce. The prayer of a righteous man is powerful and effective (James 5:16). Third, boldly proclaim the glorious gospel. Nothing, including Covid-19, can prevent Him from building His church. Yet, time is running out. Declare with urgency the need to rescue men from eternal damnation. Above all else, remain faithful and obedient to Him (Luke 18:8). May we go about our Father’s business, resolute in purpose as we run the race until He comes to receive us to Himself in the air (1 Thess 4:17-18). We will persevere by maintaining a Christ-like attitude even amid trials (1 Peter 2:21).

What blessed hope to know that He will return soon! Be prepared.

Far more challenges lie ahead in 2021. Yes,we anticipate a rough ride in the New Year. Be encouraged. Emmanuel, God with us, promised, “ I will never leave you or forsake you” (Heb 13:5b). Beloved brethren, let us enter and rest in the fullness that is in Christ Jesus.

Have a blessed and joyous New Year!

Dr. Boey Mee Leng



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