Solomon Senxer

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A common man ordinary Christian. Striving to be faithful and be fruitful to the Grace of God.

Currently a blogger at Help Think (https: //senxer.blogspot.com/) , and A Quest (https: //rwangmei.wordpress.com/) .

Living life currently as an itinerant preacher of God's word with the motto " Preach the Gospel, die, and be forgotten! "

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  • '''Loving someone does not mean you get to marry her; Loving someone does not mean you have to marry her.'''
    from the poem, 'The Lovelorn' (originally written for E.N. Cornetto)
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  • '''Indeed, ‘giving' is well deserved to be received! It reveals more the character of the giver than the condition of the one who received! '''
    from a poem 'Giving' (originally written for LT)
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  • '''Surely yes, a brother in Christ forever! Could we be friends on Earth forever? '''
    from a poem 'Hope' (written for all Christians to be united)
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  • '''Details may not be seen, all the signals may not be green; nonetheless, one should not get stuck in between'''
    from the poem 'Behind the Action'
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  • ''"The ending will be the same as the beginning if you choose to battle with irrational people! "''
    from the poem 'A Kekule (Bewildering) Dream'
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Hope

Surely yes, a brother in Christ forever!
Could we be friends on Earth forever?

God's creation shows us the way-
Tough Sun to rule the day,
Gentle Moon to rule the night;
Yet, the moon often appears in daylight.

Mountains meet the river,
Lovers meet one another;
Tell me, is there no scope
For us to remain in hope?

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