Reminder: Listening to God – Part 1

Hey everyone, this is a reminder for our gathering on Jan 19, Thursday at 6p.m. Korea Time (GMT+9). It’s part 1 of “Listening to God” for this year. I’ll only do an hour because we are preparing a family holiday over here in Korea ◡̈

If you are interested in coming, please enter your email address below and you will receive the zoom link and password a day earlier. Thank you, can’t wait to spend time with Jesus and you!

Printed version of “My One”

Hello everyone,

I’m providing a paperback version of the book through amazon (link to product)! The printing cost is $2.15 per book and here’s an offer from my side to make it accessible to you at the lowest price possible while supporting my ministry: When you donate $10, you can get four copies shipped directly to your place – for you to keep one and give away three! I can send you author copies and pay for the shipping costs (author copies look the same as when you would buy the book, but I only pay the printing costs for them); the $10 would be the sum of $2.15 x 4 = 8.60 + a minor donation.

If you are interested in supporting my ministry in this way, please enter your name and address below, and how many copies you want, and send me $10 by clicking DONATE or using PayPal ( Thank you so much!


Hello everyone, it’s been a while! I was finishing up this book and asking the Lord how to publicize it. “My One” is a 21-days devotional, a collection of prophetic encounters with God in visions and dreams, tested by the Word of God, to encourage readers all around the world to delight in the Lord first and to love Him as the One. I have come to the conclusion that it will be a joy for everyone when I release it for free on my website like last time. Consider it a Christmas gift from God and me! I felt an urgency to get the book out on time and the first chapter will be made available tomorrow on December 22, 2022. When you look at the top of the main page, you will notice a new, third menu called “MY ONE”. Here, eyou will be able to read one chapter of the book after another in a slideshow; I will upload what is next for that day for the following 23 days! Therefore, if you are interested, save the link of this page: and check in for the newest chapter!

Today, you will be able to go through the table of contents to see what is awaiting you for the next three weeks (click on the link above). I’m excited! Praise God for what He has done! I am staying tuned to God for a paper company to publish this very precious treasure, so that you will be able to have the entire devotional soon in your hands. God is good, all the time!

Your sister Seulji

The Mirroring

This morning I see a wide, open space. Everything is of the same color: white, light pink and purple – the colors of sunrise. It is surreal, as if I was standing in the clouds. My feet touch a white floor but even the floor is slightly covered by mist. 

I sense no limit here, I am free here; I love the colors. I start to dance.

‘What is this place?’

My memory turns to the pages two days ago when I was sitting in a café with Him. I asked Him what He was doing.

“I am speaking your language,” He said.

Funny God, what did He mean by that? Did I have my own language?

“You’re funny, too” He said. “I love the way you talk – the gestures you make, the smile on your face. … the emotions you touch, the thoughts you have.”

Weird God. I feel largely inadequate when it comes to my thoughts, how can He say that? He tells me I have His thoughts. I turn my head because I feel embarrassed but He smiles at me, and I smile back at Him.

“So, what exactly are you speaking?”, I continued.


I burst out laughing. “What does that mean?”, I asked.

“That I accept you.”

“That’s an interesting concept, God.” It reminded me of something I had read in the past. “That’s like when parents mirror their children’s emotions to make them feel loved and accepted.”


He said He does that all the time. “My child,” He said, “My precious, precious daughter! My darling, the apple of my eye! How I love you!”

I turn the pages back to this morning. ‘What is this place?’ Now I know. It is my heart. It is quiet and at peace. These colors are my favorite colors. I love this sense of freedom, the intimacy of just me and Him.

My perspective then widens: I am in Him and He is in me. ‘Cause as the scene grows thin, I see myself dancing there, on the palms of His hands, Him pulling His hands closer to His heart as if He wants to treasure this memory of me. And I cry because I know it’s Him. This is the One I love!

The Patient Love of God

It takes time for faith to grow. Some things just are not made right until we believe. Sometimes we have to go through a season of intense endurance to finally prove that faith. Without patience, it does not work.

Recently I had a brief moment with the Lord. I was lying down on a bench on a mountaintop – that is where we usually meet. I was just enjoying the breeze and the sun. I waited for Him to speak because His words always comfort me.

“Patience, my love,” He said.

It was that simple. He had promised me something and I would be blessed when I believed (Luke 1:45). He was reminding me that I needed to remain patient. If I really trusted Him, I would wait. That is, I would rest in His love, enjoying every day with thanksgiving, staying close to Him and always keeping an eye out for His ways to speak. If so, I would know when the moment comes. I would recognize His voice. I would know that it was God.

My friend, I bless your faith in this hour. I pray that you will let go of any striving. I pray that no matter how often you feel let down by God, that somehow your heart would be protected by Him. For the Holy Spirit is the one who works faith in us. It means everything to Him when we love Him patiently like Jesus did.

To close this up, I want to share some elementary verses about faith from the book of Romans. God bless you, my brave sister and brother in Christ! You are almost there!

“But now God has shown us a way to be made right with him without keeping the requirements of the law, as was promised in the writings of Moses and the prophets long ago. We are made right with God by placing our faith in Jesus Christ. And this is true for everyone who believes, no matter who we are. For everyone has sinned; we all fall short of God’s glorious standard. Yet God, in his grace, freely makes us right in his sight. He did this through Christ Jesus when he freed us from the penalty for our sins. For God presented Jesus as the sacrifice for sin. People are made right with God when they believe that Jesus sacrificed his life, shedding his blood. This sacrifice shows that God was being fair when he held back and did not punish those who sinned in times past, for he was looking ahead and including them in what he would do in this present time. God did this to demonstrate his righteousness, for he himself is fair and just, and he makes sinners right in his sight when they believe in Jesus. Can we boast, then, that we have done anything to be accepted by God? No, because our acquittal is not based on obeying the law. It is based on faith. So we are made right with God through faith and not by obeying the law.” (Romans 3:21-28 NLT)