No Other Love

About 18 years ago, I heard a song from Vineyard Worship which deeply blessed me.

The song is a reminder that over all and in the end, there is really only One who can fulfill the deepest thirsts in my life: “All my fountains are in You.” (Psalm 87:7)

I found out that what may have been the 1st version starts with: “There is no other friend…”, however another version begins with “There is no other love…”.  I find the 2nd version is the one that I prefer (the 1st version is entitled No Other, the 2nd one is No Other Love).

The song is penned by the musically gifted (anointed) David Ruis who I had the privilege of meeting in a Vineyard Regional Conference in Bangkok, Thailand some time in 2002. I ended up in that conference upon the invitation of friends from Vineyard Philippines who were part of the conference. These friends were actually pastors and leaders who were also supportive of my mission work then in Thailand.

It seemed like such a long time ago when I heard the  song the first time. It seemed like ages ago when I was in Thailand. Yet just as it is then, the message is still true: All my fountains are in Him.

There is no one else who can meet you and me where we are, whatever season in life we are in.

May we never forget that. And may we never cease seeking Him.

Back to Blogging

There  was some problem with my hosting early this month that had me thinking that perhaps it’s time to quit blogging.

I also thought that as I got busy with my part-time work which is not an online job anyway, that yes, it might just be the time to bid blogging good bye.

Well, suffice it to say that there are two things that made me think of maybe staying in blogging a bit longer. Actually, thinking about it now, there are three 🙂

One is the willingness of my brother to help sort out the “hosting hiccup” (hopefully, it all gets sort out by next week), money that came in to pay a new host/hosting plan and the email of a contact (which came in just this morning) asking me to consider writing an article/review of a product/service.

Ah, maybe this is still the year to blog then.

It’s been 7 years since I began my 1st blog post on a paid domain and hosting. Perhaps this 7th year may not mark the end but rather a new beginning.