I quote an unknown person who posted this on Twitter- ' I am not a Christian because I am strong, I'm a Christian because I acknowledge that I am weak, and that I need a Saviour. '
I was brought up in a Christian family, so I was brought up listening to bible stories and going to Sunday School. As I went to primary school, I was often questioned why I wasn't free every Sunday morning, or why I attended church. I never really knew how to respond to those questions, instead I usually shrugged them off. But at the age of eight, my Sunday School teacher, Aunty Mei, she taught me how to say the sinner's prayer, and I invited Christ into my life. My trust in Him has definitely grown over the years. God's presence was most prominent to me during the not-so-recent PMR examination.
At times where I thought I couldn't do it, He granted me an extra portion of grace to finish studying the syllabus, and at times where I was ready to give up, He sent people to tell me not to worry, because God is always there to provide in times of need. Having went for baptismal class twice, getting lots of encouragement from family and friends, I have chosen to take this step, following Him in being the salt of the earth. I'm not expecting my walk to be smooth sailing, but I know that He will be alongside me, all the time, all the way.