Arthur M. K. Lee: Waiting upon God - To See What He would Do with My Life
Waiting upon God
To See What He would Do with My Life
Arthur M. K. Lee
- 5.250 x 8
- RELIGION - Christian Living
- FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS - Interpersonal Relations
This book is a narrative of the author’s walk with God and his reflections on who God really is, faith in God, how God sees us, our humanity, our humanity in its fallen state, the man called Jesus, and marriage as God-ordained. The author’s hope is to bring to you the reality of the God of the Bible as the one true and living God and convince you that in God you will find your rest and contentment in life when you start living as a Christian, living each moment as a God moment.
The only child of John and Mary Lee, Arthur’s dad was killed by some unknown person or persons when he was three months old. Because her work in the nursing profession required her to be stationed in various parts of the country, his mum left Arthur to be raised by her adoptive aunty. In 1969, Arthur received his law degree from the University of Singapore, practised law in Malaysia, became a Christian in 1987, and after an encounter with God on January 2, 1996, decided to quit the profession to wait upon God to see what God would do with his life.
Arthur is married to Ann, and they have four children and two grandchildren. Arthur and Ann and family now all reside in Melbourne, Australia.