A message expressing my gratitude for God’s love throughout my 20-year life


I am twenty years old. These 20 years are dreamlike, especially those I spent in university. It was one steep journey, with many bumps along the way. One filled with happy laughter, sleepless nights, careless mistakes, and, most importantly, friends who helped me carry on with the journey. I would not dare to say I have changed into the best person I could be out of this 20-year journey. But what I am certain of is the fact that I have met my best friends on my way here. Friends who are willing to teach me when I know little to none about life, to scold me when I am acting like a fool, and to cheer me up when I feel down.

This post should have been posted long ago, right when I turned 20 this year.
I wrote the first paragraph back in May but decided to leave it till today. This year, I am going to change everything. I will let God lead my way. I believe God has given me so many friends to help me understand His love to me. It is past my bedtime now, I should go to sleep. I will write another post several days from now. Thank you for the 20 years of your undying love, Lord.

Romans 8:38-39

For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.

Author: Arga Roh Sahrijal Saragih

I love to learn. I love to code. I love to read. Gonna be a professional Software Engineer. Happy to sing and to write. Enjoy a good company. Prefer tea. Manage an online library at

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