Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Credit card Fraud by Hotel( 信用卡詐騙新加坡酒店) Crowne Plaza, Changi Airport, Singapore

            On 14th of December 2012, we walked in and  checked into Crowne Plaza, Changi Airport hotel, Singapore for one night stay. Due to late hour check in (around 9:30-10 p.m.),the receptionist agreed to allow us to have late check out till 2 p.m. Before we check into our room, he asked me for my credit card and passport. the hotel staff only inform that we are staying and paying for the club room but he did not inform us that he is selling us the Executive club lounge facilities and charge us additional Singapore dollars 100+ on top of our club room.

            We were told that we have two choices of places for breakfast next morning, one is at the main hall and the other one is at 3rd floor the executive lounge. Happily we thought that the club room stay came together with the Luxury lounge not knowing we have to pay for it.

         Next afternoon, I requested two more hours extension due to some personal reason (i.e 4p.m.) After my husband came back from the city and meet me at the lounge, we went up again to Executive lounge for a short rest. And on checking out, the hotel staff Ahmad requested me to show him my credit card, and I asked him why last night they charge my card and today, I still need to show my card. He explained that last night they just did a record on my credit card and they only charge us officially when we are checking out.

       Two days after I come back to Malaysia, I called up my bank Citibank to verify the total spending on Singapore trip with all the different hotels stay, then I come across Crowne Plaza, Changi Airport, Singapore and  found out they have charged us twice with one night stay.

        I am reporting and sharing this because I believe there are many victims outside who are travelers or merely transiting at the airport might have been cheated and fraud charged, hoping and praying that the right authority will take action on behalf of us.

       Without noticing my credit card has been  fraud, on 16th of December evening, my husband and I went back to the hotel to visit a hotel staff at Executive Lounge who we have built a friendship during our stay, we were being treated rudely by the duty manager Mr. Daniel of the particular hotel. He rudely accused us for trespassing and threaten us for calling hotel securities and airport polices. We felt very disturbed and confronted the issue with Daniel, he arrogantly reply to us by given many excuses. They also put us aside, and ask us to sit down for quite sometime, I now requested the Crowne Plaza, Changi Airport hotel to give an account on this issue for bad attitude and behavior for up setting customers.

This is true,
Prophetess Cassandra LAI

2012年12月14日,我們走了進來,簽入,新加坡樟宜機場皇冠假日酒店,酒店住宿一晚。由於晚檢查在(約9:30-10晚上),接待人員同意讓我們已經延遲退房時間至下午2點之前,我們檢查到我們的房間,他問我,我的信用卡和護照。酒店的工作人員告知,我們下榻,並支付俱樂部的房間,但他並沒有告知我們,他是賣我們的行政俱樂部酒廊設施,並收取額外新幣100 +上我們俱樂部的房間。






Cassandra LAI

Sunday, September 30, 2012



Christ my Savior, Christ my Friend,
Christ my Treasure without end,
Christ when waves of sorrow roll,
Christ the comfort of my soul.

Christ when all around should fail,
Christ when enemies prevail;
Christ when false accusers rise,
Christ my solace in the skies.

Christ when days are dark and drear,
Christ when all around is clear,
Christ when all the earth is gone,
Christ my portion on the throne.

Christ at home, and  Christ aboard,
Christ my Company on the road,
Christ in sickness, Christ in health,
Christ in poverty and wealth.

Christ who once on earth has trod,
Christ the blessed " Son of God ",
Christ for time and  Christ for aye,
Christ for all eternity.

Monday, August 20, 2012

Seeking God in worship


          As we assemble to worship God together as a body of believers, our duty is to express our love for God, sing about His greatness and goodness, if possible LOUDLY. Yes, there is a place and time for quite corporate assembly. The time of assembling together in worship is a time of loud praises and spontaneous “breakout” worship that mark us as Pentecostals. Bear in mind, the music teams and the worship leaders, we are just a mean to raise up the spirit of worship within the congregation, we are not there to let the group focus on us rather put their focus onto our mighty God … tuning down the volume of loud speakers so that the voice of church can be heard.




            We are to place high value on which is ushered in by engaging, sincere and exuberant worship. As worshipers, we desire to see prophecies, word of knowledge and wisdom, faith, miracles, repentance, forgiveness, etc. In other words, we want to see God's presence break into our reality. The Supernatural into our natural, the Eternal into our temporal. Past history and sincere worship preceded the Spirit's move in that place, with the people receiving calls to ministry, infused with passion to serve, to intercede, and to do extraordinary things for God.



Saturday, August 4, 2012

A Divine Romantic Story

A Divine Romantic Story

Music and lyrics link :

There is a great mystery,
A wonderful story;
For ages 'twas hidden,
Now shown in His wisdom;
'Tis a divine romance
Of God and man in time;
Beyond understanding,
Yet seen in God's speaking.

God fell in love with man;
For only God's love can
Make man just the same as He
In life and in nature.
We are His expression,
His bride, His enlargement;
Forever, together,
As living, inseparable as one couple.. eternally.

Though He was rejected
By men who were blinded;
His love is constraining,
His heart still unchanging;
Thus in incarnation
Came He as salvation;
His name is called Jesus,
And He came to seek us.

Though born as a sinner,
His blood has redeemed me.
He suffered on Calv'ry,
Then raised up in glory,
To regenerate me.
Now joined in one spirit
I love to enjoy Him,
For I've been forgiven!

His love is so tender,
To Him I'll surrender;
His name is so precious,
I gladly call, "Jesus!"

His Person's so charming,
My heart ever winning;
I'll hold back no longer,
I'll love Him forever .

~ The Ended ~

Monday, July 23, 2012

"Untying the Judging Knot 解開評審結" ~ ( Part V II )

Untying the Judging Knot
Luke 6:36-38
Copyright © 2004 Jeremy Myers 

" Judge not lest you be judged.
Part VII 

3. Be Generous 慷慨

Luke 6: 38 " Give, and it will be given to you: good measure, pressed down, shaken together, and running over will be put into your bosom. For with the same measure that you use, it will be measured back to you."

路加福音6:38 "你们要给他人,这样上帝必给你们,并且会用大号升斗摇匀压实,满满地倒给你们,因为你们用什么样的量器量给别人,上帝也会用什么样的量器量给你们。”

            If verse 37 is often quoted out of context, so is this one. Most people, especially pastors and Christian ministries, quote this verse when they are asking for money. You will hear this verse quoted on television by pastors telling you that if you give generously to their ministry, God will give generously to you. The more you give, the more you get. I sometimes wonder if Christ is in heaven just shaking his head in amazement saying, "That's not what I meant! How can they quote me out of context like that? Don't they have a conscience?"


            We often criticize the media for quoting Christians out of context, but we are masters at quoting Christ out of context. Isn't it ironic? We judge and condemn the media for quoting Christians out of context, yet we ourselves constantly quote Christ out of context? Not only that, but two of the verses we quote out of context come from a passage where we are not to hypocritically condemn others yet do the same things ourselves! We condemn the media for quoting Christians out of context, but we are guilty of it ourselves, for we quote Christ out of context.

            Let us be guilty of it no longer. Luke 6:38 has nothing whatsoever to do with money! Christ is talking about our attitude toward others and how we should or should not judge them. Christ is saying that in our judging, we must be generous. We must be over-merciful, over-forgiving, forbearing, long suffering, and patient. Verse 38 teaches that in the way we dole out judgment upon others, we will receive the same judgment back. I am all for making right judgments, but we must also be wary of being hyper critical and condemning everybody and everything. There are several high profile Christian ministries out there where all they seem to do is condemn and criticize everybody else's ministries.


             One of these ministries I am familiar with has, in this past year alone, condemned Billy Graham, George W. Bush, Rick Warren's Purpose Driven Life, John Eldredge's Wild At Heart, Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ, James Dobson and Focus on the Family, denominationalism, contemporary worship music, and a whole host of other Christian leaders, authors and organizations.  

           一個我熟悉的有這些事工,單獨這過去的一年中,譴責葛培理(Billy Graham),喬治·W·布什(George W. Bush),里克·沃倫的通用驅動的生命(Rick Warren's Purpose Driven Life),約翰埃爾德雷奇(John Eldredge's)的野生於心,梅爾·吉布森(Mel Gibson's )基督的激情,詹姆斯多布森(James Dobson)的專注於家庭,宗派主義,當代音樂崇拜,和其他基督教領袖,作家和組織了一大堆。

              I like this person's ministry, but I frequently wonder if it is too critical and judgmental of other ministries. I understand everything this organization is saying, and I even agree with most of it. But I also believe that most of these other organizations have pure motives in what they are doing and teaching. I wouldn't do or teach things in exactly the same way, but I don't think any of it is heretical or blatantly anti-Scriptural. And since nobody can have a completely perfect life and doctrine, I wonder what kind of judgment this hyper-critical organization will receive at the judgment seat of Christ? According to verse 38, the same measurement they used will be measured out to them. The standard of perfection they hold to others will be the standard by which they are judged.


 To be cont'd in part VIII


"Untying the Judging Knot 解開評審結 " ~ ( Part V )

Untying the Judging Knot 
Luke 6:36-38
Copyright © 2004 Jeremy Myers

"Judge not lest you be judged
~ Part V

2. Your Judgments will come back to haunt you

Luke 6:37 "Judge not, and you shall not be judged. Condemn not, and you shall not be condemned. Forgive, and you will be forgiven."

          Christ gives three statements here on judging others. He talks about judging, condemning and forgiving. The first two are the ones that people most often quote. Don't judge and don't condemn. But let's begin with the last one about forgiving. Christ says, Forgive, and you will be forgiven. This statement is just like verse 36 about being merciful. You cannot be merciful unless there was a judgment. Similarly, you cannot forgive unless you judge that a sin was committed.

          Have you ever had someone come up to you of the blue and say, "I forgive you for what you did"? What is your response? You say, "What did I do?" You see? Forgiveness implies that a judgment has been made. You cannot forgive without a prior judgment. It is nonsense to say, "I won't judge you but I do forgive you." No, you can only forgive someone when they sin against you, and if you say that they are sinning against you, you have made a judgment about their actions.

          When everything Christ says in this passage is taken together, we see that He is not teaching us not to judge, but to judge correctly - to judge mercifully, to judge and forgive. This is what Christ means in the first part of verse 37. He says, Judge not, and you shall not be judged. Condemn not, and you shall not be condemned.
          當一切基督說,在這一段一起,我們看到,他沒有教我們不好判斷,但正確判斷 - 判斷仁慈地,判斷和原諒。這是基督意味著在第一部分第37節。祂說, 37 “不要论断人,免得你们被人论断;不要定人的罪,免得自己也被定罪。要饶恕人,这样你们也必蒙饶恕。

           Since the entire Bible and the immediate context is very clear that some judgment must take place, Jesus is saying that we should not judge unjustly. We should not judge incorrectly. If and when we judge, it should be according to the standards and principles laid out in Scripture. We must judge correctly. A failure or refusal to judge is to judge incorrectly. When it comes to judging, there is no neutral ground. When it comes to moral issues and discerning between right and wrong, good and evil, truth and error, a lot of Christians just say, "I don't want to pick sides. I'm just going to remain neutral."    

           But there is no such thing as remaining neutral. An attempt at neutrality is always to side with evil. Imagine a football team where all the players decide to "sit this one out." If that's the attitude of the players, they will lose the game. This is especially true in wars. In World War I and World War II, there were European nations that tried to remain neutral. Inevitably, such nations were swallowed up by invading armies. The spiritual battle we are in as the church is the greatest war that has ever been waged. It's not a war against flesh and blood, but against spiritual forces. And we had better judge correctly between good and evil, right and wrong, truth and error. We had better point out to people their sin. People's eternal souls hang in the balance.

 To be cont'd in part VI

" Untying the Judging Knot " ~ ( Part III )

Untying the Judging Knot
Luke 6:36-38  
Copyright © 2004 Jeremy Myers

"Judge not lest you be judged不論斷人,免得你們被論斷。" ~ Part III

1. Be Merciful ~ Luke 6:36 仁慈的〜路加福音6:36
" Therefore be merciful, just as your Father also is merciful."


            Since verse 36 is actually the concluding statement of the divine standard, it explains how God judges. We read that since He is merciful, we should be merciful as well. This is the first principle of judging others. Be merciful. Show mercy. What is mercy? Mercy is not giving to others the punishment they deserve. When someone sins, mercy does not punish them. 

           A while back, I rented a movie from the video store. It was a three day rental, meaning I could have it for three days. In my mind, I thought that a three day rental also means three nights. I rented it on a Friday night and watched it. Then I kept it for Saturday night and Sunday night and returned it Monday morning. I found out though that a three day rental is actually only two nights. It's three days and two nights. So on Monday, when I returned it, I had a late charge. When I got out my wallet to pay the charge, the lady said, "Don't worry about it. Everybody deserves some mercy sometimes." That's what mercy is. I had returned the movie late, and so I owed a fine. But she did not make me pay the fine. She showed mercy. She did not give me the punishment I deserved. 
          Notice what else she did, though. She judged me. She judged that my movie was late. There was a standard of three days and two nights. It was clearly posted on the counter that a three day rental is only two nights. On the movie check out form which I signed, it clearly showed which day the movie was due back. I had ignored all of these instructions and had broken the three day, two night limit. Yet imagine if I had taken the movie in on Monday morning, and she had said, "You returned this movie late," and I responded by saying, "Judge not lest you be judged." 

           She would think I was crazy! There was a due date which I had clearly broken. Yes, I broke it out of ignorance, but that does not get me off the hook. I was guilty. And she made a correct judgment according to the standard that I was guilty. And I, once I rightly understood the standard, admitted that she had judged correctly, and I was guilty. That is why I pulled out my wallet to pay the fine. And that is when she showed mercy and did not make me pay the fine that I should have. 


To be cont'd in Part IV.

“Untying the Judging Knot 解開評審結" (Part I)

Untying the Judging Knot
Luke 6:36-38

Copyright © 2004 Jeremy Myers

Judge not lest you be judged.
~ Part I

          When was the last time someone said that to you? Maybe you're talking to someone about how homosexuality is a sin, and they say, "Judge not, lest you be judged." The abortion issue is similar. When Christians stand up for the rights of the unborn, we are told to show mercy on the pregnant mothers and "Judge not, lest you be judged." When a former president falls into an immoral relationship with one of his female interns, the Christians of the country loudly proclaim that such behavior is not right for anybody, much less someone in a position of public authority. Those who defend his actions say, "Judge not, lest you be judged."
            是在何時一次有人這樣對你說嗎?也許你正在談論如何同性戀是一種罪惡的人,他們說,“不取判斷,免得你被審判。” 墮胎問題是相似的。當基督徒站起來為腹中的權利,我們被告知,對孕婦和 “法官不手下留情,免得你被判斷。”  當前總統落入一種不道德的關係,他与國家的一個女實習生的俬情,基督徒大聲說,這樣的行為是不正確的。任何人,在公共權力的位置少得多。那些捍衛自己的行動的人說,“不取裁判,免得你來判斷。”

            How strange it is that the world loves to quote the Bible when it suits their purposes, but when it doesn't, they conveniently ignore it. When they quote such a verse at us, we think that since it is Scripture, it must mean what the world says it means, and so we refrain from judging others, without ever looking up the passage to see what it really says.            We will see what Christ means when He says "Judge not, lest you be judged." But before we do that, let see what the rest of the Bible says about judging. Many Christians are surprised to find out that there are scores of other verses teaching us that we are to judge.
           我們將看到基督意味著什麼時,他說:“不要論斷人,免得你們招來判斷。”但是在做之前,讓我們看看 “聖經” 說:其餘判斷。許多基督徒都驚訝地發現,有其他經文教導我們,我們是來判斷得分。

                     Matthew 7:15-16 tells us how to tell if someone is a true of false teacher. Obviously, to do this, we must engage in judging. It is not unchristian to condemn someone as a false teacher, if they truly are. 1 John 4:1-2 similarly tells us to test the spirits, to discern the spirits to see which are from God and which are not. Again, this requires some sort of judging on our part. Paul, in 1 Corinthians 10:15, specifically commands his readers to judge for themselves if what he says is right or wrong, truth or error. He writes in Ephesians 5:11 to expose and condemn certain actions as being sinful. He further writes in Romans 16:17 to not associate with those members of the church who cause divisions and disruptions within the church. This can only be done by making a judgment.


          Even Jesus, who made the statement "judge not, lest you be judged," praises Peter a few paragraphs later for making a correct judgment (Luke 7:42-43). Later, Jesus praises those who listen to him for their ability to judge others correctly (Luke 12:57). In John 7:24, Jesus actually commands us to judge others; not according to appearance, but with righteous judgment. He further outlines for us in Matthew 18 the steps a church must take in making right judgments on those within the church.


To be cont'd in Part II.


Friday, July 20, 2012

O God, Breathe New Life Into Us !

O God, Breathe New Life Into Us !

By W.C. Moore

A mighty revival in the midst of impossible surroundings and with the most unlikely material to work with – this is the picture given in the form of a parable in the thirty-seventh chapter of Ezekiel (vv. 1-14).

In Isaiah 55:8 God says, “My thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways My ways”; “… God hath chosen the weak things of the world to confound the things which are mighty” (1 Cor. 1:27); “The things which are impossible with men are possible with God” (Luke 18:27). All these facts are illustrated in Ezekiel's revival in a graveyard.

Men have a very important part to play in connection with the bringing in of a great spiritual awakening, but the awakening itself, the revival in its essence, is the work of God. “All ye shall know that I am the Lord, when l have opened your graves. O My people, and brought you up out of your graves (Ezekiel. 37:13)

The prophet is not told to imagine that conditions are not so bad after all. No! Ezekiel is set down in the midst of the valley which was full of bones. He was caused to pass by them round about. There were many bones in the open valley and they were very dry. The less likelihood there is for having a revival from the natural standpoint – so much the more glory shall come to the name of the Lord as He overrules all conditions and pours out His Spirit in life-giving, reviving power.

The Lord asks Ezekiel what he thinks about the situation: “Son of man, can these bones live?” The prophet kept his eyes on god and put the question up to Him: “O Lord God, thou knowest” (Ezekiel 37:3).  It was then that the mighty Spirit of God began to operate through the obedient servant. Ezekiel is told to prophesy upon the bones, and as he carries out his orders, there is a shaking, a uniting, a coming together of bone to his bone. Flesh and sinews were formed but as yet no breath was in them. Step by step the Almighty was getting things underway for this mighty revival in the nation of Israel.

Continuously must be the prophet look to the Lord for directions. Here Ezekiel has on his hands a great company of dead people – not looking quite so impossible as had the dry, scattered bones, but in effect just as useless, just as absolutely lifeless. The machinery of revival was here working but there was more, much more yet to be done.

God had set the prophet out there for a purpose. That purpose was that a revival should materialize. And so we find that when Ezekiel needed further orders, and he kept looking to God, the orders came: “Prophecy unto the wind, thus said the Lord God; Come from the four winds, O breath, and breathe upon these slain, that they may live” (v.9)

The prophet obeyed this peculiar command – and the mighty awakening, the heaven-sent revival was on: “So I prophesied as He commanded me, and the breath came into them, and they lived, and stood up upon their feet, an exceeding great army” (Ezekiel 37:10). This was the revival among a nation who were saying, “Our hope is lost” (Ezekiel 37:11).

Believe and Obey

Do we sometimes fell that God has set us in a graveyard- in a valley of very dry bones? Well, that is the proper setting for a most glorious revival if we will believe and obey God. Jesus says distinctly, “According to your faith be it unto you” (Matthew 9:29). In a Philippian Christians jail at midnight Paul and Silas prayed and sang praises unto God – and a revival started right there. The harder the situation, the more impossible the conditions from a human standpoint – so much the more need of revival.

Let us in these days believe God to send a mighty flood tide of resurrection power flooding into the church that from valleys of very dry bones, spiritually speaking, shall come forth armies of Christian soldiers, overcoming by the Blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony and winning sheaves to lay at the nail-pierced feet of Jesus, the blessed Son of God.

The time is short! Let us unite in faith that the Spirit of God shall be speedily out poured in revival power. “It is time to seek the Lord, till He come and rain righteousness upon you” (Hos. 10:12). Oh, for a mighty crying out to God day and night until He answers!

Jesus says, “And shall not God avenge His own elect, which cry day and night unto Him, though He bear long with them? I tell you that He will avenge them speedily …. “ (Luke 18:7-8)

Tuesday, July 3, 2012




Because you will see the invisible, you will do the impossible!
Because you will touch the intangible you will achieve the incredible!
Because you will hear the inaudible, you will have the unimaginable!
Because of you, your family will not know poverty again!
You will go in and out of your house in great peace!
Violence and crying of sorrow shall not be heard in your camp again!
Because you are God's Idea and God cannot fail, you shall not fail this year!

Favor shall overwhelm your endeavors!
This is your year of unlimited greatness!
You shall not struggle to be recognized!
Your gift shall announce you!
You are entitled to daily fruitfulness!
All the darkness in your life shall give way to the light of God!
All your lack will give way to abundance!

You shall enjoy uncommon marital bliss this year!
The rejected shall become the selected!
People shall hear your testimonies and follow you to God!
In everything you do, you will succeed exceedingly!
What you have never done before for good, you will do this year!
By the time this year ends, you will look back with joy and ahead with great expectations!
You will take charge of your life as you master your time!
You will discover how to maximize your time and add value to it!
You will become the star of your family and the hope of your generation!
Because you know where you are going, the whole world will step aside and follow you!

May you find favor with God and men!
May you grow in wisdom and stature!
May you walk in dominion over every circumstance and situation!
May every day in this year be for you days of success and purpose!
In this year never forget to act as if it were impossible to fail!
Because for people like you and me, the word failure does not exist!
Your success is non-negotiable!

This year will be the greatest year of your life and the beginning of unprecedented success in your life!
Those who laughed at you before shall come to laugh with you!
However bad it has been with you till this point, you shall from henceforth enter into the rest and God shall take you to the place of your greatness and destiny! You shall have visions that are clear, virtues that are right and victory that is certain!
You are blessed beyond curse, raised above terror and established beyond oppression!

You shall not lack counsel and ideas!
You shall have eyes that see, ears that hear and a heart that understands!
In place of breakdown, you shall have breakthrough!
In confusion, you shall be enlightened!
In weakness, you shall be strengthened!
There shall be for you beauty in place of ashes, the oil of gladness in place of spirit of heaviness!

Every closed door against your goodness, greatness and destiny shall open of their own accord!
You shall be instructed and illuminated within by the Spirit of God!
You shall do the right thing at the right time!
You shall rise above every obstacle and be carried on the wings of an eagle!
God will remember you for good!
You shall fulfill and not frustrate destiny!

In Yahushua’s Mighty and Matchless Name,