Property developer Philip Ng is Singapore’s richest man. But that’s not his real identity. “… I am really a servant of the most-high God whom I know through my Lord Jesus Christ,” says Ng.
As he told a young entrepreneur on Instagram, “I was always in search for a better life, a better purpose, a better me, a better everything. I was just looking at all the wrong things, but when I realized there is no better me or better things without Jesus, then it all snapped in to place.”
His advice to young people? “Accept that you are broken, that you have a missing piece . . . That missing piece is the Lord Jesus Christ.”
Easy words, perhaps, for a billionaire. But maybe not, as Jesus once said. In this article Ng wrote for Singapore’s Anglican Diocese, you can find out what a truly rich man—financially and spiritually—thinks of stewardship, the cares of life, and where true treasure lies.
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