In God's Will

>> Wednesday, January 28, 2009

It was something I ate, I guess. At first, I had difficulty breathing. I thought it was because of the weather. But then, tears started to fall from my eyes. In a few minutes, I was gasping for air.

I panicked, not knowing what to do. Luckily, a cab stopped in front of me and I was able to get a ride home. I arrived at home feeling the same, quickly I told my mom about what's happening to me. She gave me medicine, and in minutes, I was breathing normally again.

Later that night, I recalled what had happened. I began to think: What if my mom hadn't been at home at that hour? What if she didn't have any medicine around? What if there's no cab around? What if I fainted inside the cab? What if...

God, It had to be God and nothing else. I realized everything was God-planned, God-designed, God-prepared, and God-inspired!

If only we'll open our eyes, we'll find out that He protects and saves us 24 hours a day by a string of glorious miracles.

My eyes have seen the work of Your hands, oh Lord. My ears have heard of Your loving kindness. May I not forget to thank You for all that you have done for me.



>> Sunday, January 25, 2009

In my attempt to upgrade the look of my blog page, I lost my bloglist! Am really sorry guys, please, give me time to bring you all back to my list. And I appeal to you, help me remember all of you guys! thanks!


Tell the World of His Love - World Youth Day '95

>> Sunday, January 18, 2009

I just remember the last World Youth Day that was hosted by the Philippines, the very first time that an Asian country hosted the event.

Youth pilgrims gathered from different parts of the world to worship together, learn of each other's cultures, and to talk amongst one another as "brothers and sisters." The event was celebrated with different activities including a "Barrio Fiesta," where assigned groups would gather to socialize and have fun. Masses were celebrated everyday in almost every Catholic Church in the Philippines.

It was attended by more than 5 million pilgrims.

I remember i was still in my senior year in high school that time, all catholic churches were so busy preparing for the event as well as preparing something for their delegates. It was such an overwhelming experience. It is as if, I'll be more closer to God, to Christ, it is as if, we need to prepare because Christ is visiting that day.

I don't know if we will still have the chance to host the event, in my life time. I wish, I hope and I pray.

Please click the picture if you want to listen to the theme song of the World Youth Day 1995.


Let Christ Take You Beyond Discouragement!

>> Monday, January 12, 2009

There was this guy who writes about the pain his wife went through as a breast cancer victim.

His wife was 28 years old and had just given birth to their fourth child. From healthy and productive, she became weak and helpless.

But would you believe? Despite all these, there was no bitterness in his wife. Only acceptance, because she threw herself to God's mercy. She praised and thanked God for all the little blessings amid all her pain and suffering.

When his wife died, leaving him and their four very young children, he described how he drew strength from Christ alone and went from discouragement to joy. Through the loss of one of the most precious and loved persons in his life, Christ was magnified.

Just like us, we lose so many things in our lives. Loved ones, jobs, friends, fortunes, even cherished dreams. These loses inflict deep, gaping wounds in our hearts. So that we search for Jesus, the only One who can heal those wounds.

Oh Lord Jesus, I don't understand why, but I thank You for all the losses i have suffered in my life. I need you Oh Lord that I will make my life shine bright for You!



>> Sunday, January 11, 2009


My Father...

>> Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Since I was a small kid, I've been harboring feelings of bitterness, anger and hatred towards my Dad. Somehow, I felt that he didn't love me enough, the way he should have loved me.

As the years went on, little did I realize that these sentiments and grievances were leading me nowhere. I failed to see the goodness of God for all the good things that he has given me, and instead, just chose to dwell on my feelings of resentment.

Then came the turning point.

I allowed God to completely take over my life and banish from my heart all pride, all coldness, al hurts that have sund in deep down. At that point, I was able to experience true love, and unconditional one, and learned to trust Him totally.

Yes, my father loved me after all. But more than this, my Heavenly Father loved me from the beginning - even during times when I'd question Him and doubt His ove.

Lord, forgive me for the times I doubted Your presense in my life. I am sorry for my unbelief. May I learn to trust in You alone!


Heal Me, Oh Lord!

>> Thursday, January 1, 2009

Are you sick?

Did you know that there's a link between your spirit and your body? If the spirit is sick, it will show in the body. Diseases can signal the state of the heart. If bitterness, anger and hatred reside in our hearts they will show in the body through cancer, hypertension and the like. That's why Lord Jesus said, "Your sins are forgiven" before saying, "Be healed of your paralysis."

If you want healing in your body, examine your spirit.

Don't just deal with the symptoms: the cold, the cough, the tumor, the asthma, the pain...

Deal with the cause: the anxiety, the unforgiveness, the jealousy, the depression, the anger, the sins...

First, let Lord Jesus heal our heart.

Next, let Him heal our body.

What a great idea to start the New Year, right?

Let's seek for spiritual healing to obtain healing in our body!

Lord, I acknowledge all my sins, I know You're faithful and just and will forgive my sins and cleanse me from every wrongdoing!

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