4th Day

Posted On July 25, 2006

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The Cabinet (Policy-Makers) is the highest co-ordinating executive body of all government activities and interests. Many of the most important decisions are made here and it is also responsible for proposing legislation of bills to meet the needs of public and current issues. Its role is significant in the day to day running of the government.

Under the leadership of Dato’ Seri Abdullah Badawi who believes in the practice of genuine power sharing, the Cabinet may be able to perform its function more effectively for national interests.

We know that “the plans of the heart belong to man, but the answer of the tongue is from the LORD” (Prov. 16:1, NASB). As the Cabinet makes decision on any policy or law, God will direct their steps (16:9).

1. Humility and willingness to seek wise counsel, take only good advice, and accept correction if they need it.
2. Hate dishonest gain, discard personal agenda, keep away from bribery and immorality.
3. Good health, peace and harmony in families.
4. Impartiality in legislating laws, ability to make wise decisions, courage to stand for what is right and to do what is good, wisdom in formulating government policies, compassion for the poor and needy.
5. Effective partnership that places national interests as priority.
6. Members who are Christians to be salt & light, courage to speak what is truth with gentleness, favour with God and men.

~“When more people are committed to seek the heart of God together, there will be a greater release of His power” Elder Dr. Koh Eng Kiat~


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