Make it personal

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Yes, we’ve heard God called different names by different people e.g. in Church, in the Bible, etc. Yes, Jesus came to die for your sins and mine. Yes, Jesus is the resurrected King. Yes, Jesus is the Prince of Peace. I can go on and on. But my point is this: Who is God to you personally? What is your personal experience about the God you’ve heard so much about?

In Matthew 16:13-14, the disciples of Jesus were telling Him who men say Jesus is. In verse 15, Jesus then asked them a question: “But whom say ye that I am?”

Another example is Jacob/Israel. Up until Genesis 33:20, Jacob had been referring to God as “The God of my Fathers” (e.g. Gen 32:9).  However, Continue reading

Slowly coming back

I’ve given this blog some thought and I feel it’s time to write more non-techy posts. The process may be slow but we will get there by God’s grace.

Two songs to start (or continue) your Monday. I was in a car on my way to the airport one day when I heard these songs playing on the radio. I didn’t catch their names but I wrote down the most sung part of the songs and googled them when I got to my destination.

Forever be praised by ALM:UK

Let it be known by Worship Central

Be blessed!

BGP Articles

BGP

Hey guys,

It’s been a while since I last posted something. This week, we have technical articles on the Intense School site dealing with BGP. BGP is not well understood (because it is not used frequently by many people) and so I believe these articles will be beneficial to you:

Also, we have some other articles that are not related to BGP like the article on IPv6 adoption challenges and the different packet switching methods used in Cisco including fast switching and CEF.

Some of these articles are relevant to Cisco certifications and you should visit the Intense School Cisco bootcamp page for more training options.

MPLS Articles

MPLS

MPLS articles

MPLS was one of those things I knew nothing about but now I’m on my way to knowledge. As I go along, I have also written some article relating to this technology. Great thing is the articles have been getting a lot of traffic and I hope you also benefit from them.

MPLS is more likely to appear in Cisco service provider exams than other tracks so you should visit the Intense School Cisco bootcamp page for more training options.

More on IPv6

IPv6 tunnels

It’s been a while since we had any technical post on this blog so here goes. We have more IPv6 articles both from a Cisco perspective and tunneling mechanisms.

Some of these articles are relevant to Cisco certifications and you should visit the Intense School Cisco bootcamp page for more training options.

The silly things couples argue about: White or Cream?

Recently, I watched a funny (but true) video on Facebook about the weird things couples fight about. I sent it to my wife, we laughed and picked the ones that were similar in our relationship.

Fast forward two days and we were driving to work. She brushed her laptop bag on my t-shirt and I was like “Ah ahn, you want to stain my white shirt?” She goes, “It’s not even a white shirt – it is cream”. *Begin silly fight* Continue reading

Psst…the Cisco Mentoring Program has launched!

I often get messages from people just starting out their Networking career and others who are well on their way: they would like to talk to someone who has gone ahead on the path they are currently treading. Other times, they have questions (technical and otherwise) they would like answered. Generally speaking, what they want in one word is a “Mentor”.

Rather than randomly looking for a Cisco mentor, I decided to make it official. I recently launched Continue reading