Author Archives: Run Toks Run

THE RACE OF A LIFETIME (WEEK 44)

There are, at least, three virtues we need for our life’s race. Vision, purpose and patience. Vision will give us the impetus to get started. Purpose will see us through to the end. Patience will take care of everything in-between. Simplistic, yes, but true. There is a measure of excitement that marks the beginning of […]

THE RACE OF A LIFETIME (WEEK 43)

Everything in life looks impossible until it is done. Writing a book. Running a marathon. Impacting a generation. These all are seemingly insurmountable challenges that intimidate from afar. They challenge your ability and dare your readiness to act. If you give in to fear, you will not do what you intend to do or realise […]

THE RACE OF A LIFETIME (WEEK 42)

Whenever we step out to run the race of purpose set before us, God steps out with us and enables us to cross the finish line. This is my testimony (one of my testimonies) from last week’s marathon. I had taken two days off from work in order to rest. However, on the Thursday before […]

THE RACE OF A LIFETIME (WEEK 41)

All things are possible to those who believe enough to dare and persevere. This is the story of today’s marathon. As you can see, I showed up, didn’t give and crossed the finish line! Thank you Jesus! It’s not a day for writing much because I ache all over! But I heard in my spirit, […]

THE RACE OF A LIFETIME (WEEK 40)

The date was set a long while back. Now it is just round the corner. You doubt your preparation. You are at the brink of hitting the quit button. You want to run away from the challenge ahead. Before you do a “No Show”, let me encourage you with a story I recently heard. A […]

THE RACE OF A LIFETIME (WEEK 39)

It is finished. When Jesus spoke these words on the cross, He was not letting out a sigh of relief because HIS pain had come to an end. He was still in unbearable agony as He laid down His life for the sin of the whole world. What HAD certainly finished was OUR eternal damnation […]

THE RACE OF A LIFETIME (WEEK 37)

This is a true story. I left the house early yesterday intending to run all the way to Norman Park and then participate in the morning’s Parkrun. The distance from home to the park is roughly 10km. After running nearly 4k, I began to feel heaviness in my left shin. Not again! That was the […]

THE RACE OF A LIFETIME (WEEK 36)

Life happens. And sometimes, the happenings of life leave you bruised all over. Only the perpetually inactive stand a chance of remaining “injury-free” in life – or so they think. Yet, inactivity is not a desirable place; it damages the mind and weakens one’s resolve. When you decide to daily run your race, you also […]

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