Welcome to mrhop.com,

While in college 1998, I started helping my previous employer with her computer related problems. Soon, her network of professionals started requesting my services. I was doing it for free. But one day, a client insisted on paying. From that humble beginning, my small consulting company started. Since then, I’ve helped many people and small business owners with their technology related needs. I’ve always had a knack for hardware coupled with strong understanding of software. With 20 years of experience, no challenge is too great.

I believe in personal interaction and relationships. And always strive to interact face to face, listen to my clients, and recommend the most cost effective solution.  

For services and inquiries, please use site contact page.

God bless,
Hop Nguyen

 


My Utmost For His Highest By Oswald Chambers

The Evidence of the New Birth
"You must be born again" (John 3:7).

The answer to Nicodemus' question, "How can a man be born when he is old?" is: Only when he is willing to die to everything in his life, including his rights, his virtues, and his religion, and becomes willing to receive into himself a new life that he has never before experienced (3:4). This new life exhibits itself in our conscious repentance and through our unconscious holiness.

"But as many as received Him . . ." (John 1:12). Is my knowledge of Jesus the result of my own internal spiritual perception, or is it only what I have learned through listening to others? Is there something in my life that unites me with the Lord Jesus as my personal Savior? My spiritual history must have as its underlying foundation a personal knowledge of Jesus Christ. To be born again means that I see Jesus.

". . . unless one is born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God" (John 3:3). Am I seeking only for the evidence of God's kingdom, or am I actually recognizing His absolute sovereign control? The new birth gives me a new power of vision by which I begin to discern God's control. His sovereignty was there all the time, but with God being true to His nature, I could not see it until I received His very nature myself.

"Whoever has been born of God does not sin . . ." (1 John 3:9). Am I seeking to stop sinning or have I actually stopped? To be born of God means that I have His supernatural power to stop sinning. The Bible never asks, "Should a Christian sin?" The Bible emphatically states that a Christian must not sin. The work of the new birth is being effective in us when we do not commit sin. It is not merely that we have the power not to sin, but that we have actually stopped sinning. Yet 1 John 3:9 does not mean that we cannot sin -- it simply means that if we will obey the life of God in us, that we do not have to sin.

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