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Morning Reflection By Mr Glenn Chew Gospel Reading (John 15:1-2) “I am the true vine, and my Father is the vine grower. He takes away every branch in me that does not bear fruit, and everyone that does he prunes so that it bears more fruit.” Reflection: Are you willing to let yourself be pruned? Pruning is necessary if a plant is to produce an abundance of good fruit or beautiful flowers. If, for example, a grapevine is left to grow without pruning, it will produce many small grapes that are good for nothing. But if care is taken to prune the vine, the maximum number of good grapes will be produced. Jesus uses this image of pruning to teach us a similar lesson in bearing good fruit for His Kingdom. He wants our lives to be fruitful and He wants to use us as powerful instruments of His grace in the world. But unless we are willing to go through the purification of spiritual pruning from time to time, we will not be the instruments that God can use. Spiritual pruning takes the form of letting God eliminate the vices in our lives so that the virtues can be properly nourished. This is especially done by letting Him humble us and strip away our pride. This can hurt, but the pain associated with being humbled by God is a key to spiritual growth. By growing in humility, we grow ever more reliant upon the source of our nourishment rather than relying upon ourselves, our own ideas and our own plans. God is infinitely wiser than us and if we can continually turn to Him as our source, we will be far stronger and better prepared to let Him do great things through us. But, again, this requires that we let Him prune us. Being spiritually pruned means we actively let go of our own will and our own ideas. It means we give up control over our lives and let the master grower take over. It means we trust Him far more than we trust ourselves. This requires a true death to ourselves and a true humility by which we acknowledge we are completely reliant upon God in the same way a branch is reliant upon the vine. Without the vine, we shrivel and die. Being firmly attached to the vine is the only way to life. Pray this day that you will let the Lord prune away all that is not of Him in your life. Trust in Him and His divine plan and know that this is the only path to bearing the good fruit God wants to bear through you. Prayer Lord, we pray that You prune away all our pride and selfishness. Purify us of our many sins so that we can turn to You in all things. And as we learn to rely upon You, may You begin to bear an abundance of good fruit in our lives. Jesus, we trust in You.

@DK Singapore 2018-04-02

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Principal -Teacher Grace has been invited as a Speaker for this event 😊 ****** Is your child taking PSLE this year? It’s the start of the year and PSLE Weekend brought to you by OpenSchoolbag is back again to help you start the year right! We are back for the second year. Bigger and more useful information to share! What’s OSB PSLE Weekend About? OpenSchoolbag has put together a list of experienced speakers and a holistic range of carefully selected books that can support your child’s PSLE preparation. https://www.openschoolbag.com.sg/blog/psle-weekend-2018-openschoolbag/

Can you find a + b + C =? ° Post your answer here without using trigonometry.

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Kids Training Sunday 26/02/2017 The kids were put to the test of endurance and discipline as they were training Contact Sparring with the Two Sticks. A lot of awareness and discipline had to be put in, in order for them not to hurt each other. They also learnt the importance of listening to instructions and to always be resilient and not to give up every time they face a problem.

How to live 5 day weekend lifestyles? Imran Ali shared yet another full house of participant who opt to learn at this hour rather than be at the comfort of their home...why are they curious? PM me to know more. 😊

Dear clients, friends and supporters We regret to inform you that JMS Learning Point has ceased operations and this page will be closed by year end. We wish all our students success in their studies and would like to thank everyone for their support for the past few years. THANK YOU AND HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!

http://sg50.ite.edu.sg/our-heritage/ The roots of technical education in Singapore can be traced back to the British colonial period when the Government Trade School (later renamed Balestier Trade School in 1940) was established in 1930, offering pre-apprenticeship training to primary school students. In 1938, St Joseph’s Trade School was established by two Gabrielite brothers from Abyssinia. In line with the nation’s development, our courses began to focus on knowledge intensive areas and industry skills, as suited to the needs of a growing economy. #SG50 #ITE #Singapore #Education #RememberSG

There will be no school session on 16 Sep 2011 (Friday) for P1 to P5 due to PSLE examinations.

Mid-years are coming up, goodluck! And have fun in the March holidays!

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