Monday, January 26, 2015

The Word of God is far greater than anything man can muster.

Men and women of God have won worlds of men and women with their words, faith, and ideals. The words of God’s prophets and messengers have crossed the ages and changed the course of nations. Their words have captured hearts and minds, and set multitudes forever free. Their message of life and love through Jesus has won countless millions to God’s eternal kingdom—a kingdom far greater, longer lasting, and happier than man’s mere worldly empires of the sword. Their words have saved millions from hopeless, Christless tombs, and given the love of God to a world dying for His love.

The Word of God is far greater than anything man can muster. It can change hearts; no atom bomb can do that. It can change minds; no number of bullets has ever done that. It can fill people’s lives with love and genuine purpose; no conquering army has ever managed to do that. God’s words are spirit and life (John 6:63); who else can claim that? That’s how powerful God’s Word is!

Saturday, January 24, 2015

Marriage is so difficult in today’s society

There are countless temptations—not just to cheat on your spouse, but to be selfish, to assert your independence, to
insist on your so-called rights over another individual. All of these stem from people’s desires to promote themselves, and they run counter to God’s idea that
self-sacrifice is the way to happiness.

Thinking of your spouse first is the secret to married happiness. You give up old habits, old preferences, and old ways in favor of the new, in favor of this
wonderful person God has put in your life. In doing so out of love, you find great happiness because God blesses unselfishness; He blesses your sacrificially
yielding to another person’s needs and wishes and seeking their well-being, even above your own.

Sunday, January 18, 2015

On gender equality

When talking about equal opportunity or equal rights for men and women, the real question that is often on our minds, whether we readily admit it or not, is,
“Who is in charge?” Competition, pride, jealousy, and discontent haunt many people’s lives today. What a relief it would be if in every workplace and in our
personal lives we could simply recognize one another’s talents, skills, and strengths, and without regard for gender do the best we can to make sure each person is in the position where he or she will be happy and challenged and able to accomplish the most for “the team.” But, you’re probably thinking, that’s more easily said than done. You’re right!
People everywhere yearn to be liberated. The quest for freedom is not unique to women. Men, too, long for liberation. But where can one find it?—The secret to freedom is not in men dominating women or in women dominating men, but in everyone working together in harmony, united, blended together in God’s love, all fulfilling their roles, all esteeming the other person better than themselves, all serving one another in humility.

Holidays in the Philipines for 2015

The following is a list of holidays for 2015, declared by virtue of Proclamation No. 831, s. 2014, unless otherwise specified:

January 1, 2015, Thursday – New Year’s Day (Regular holiday)

January 2, 2015, Friday – Additional special non-working day (Special non-working day)

February 19, 2015, Thursday – Chinese New Year (Special non-working day)

February 25, 2015, Wednesday – EDSA Revolution anniversary (Special holiday)

April 2, 2015, Thursday – Maundy Thursday (Regular holiday)

April 3, 2015, Friday – Good Friday (Regular holiday)

April 4, 2015, Saturday – Black Saturday (Special non-working day)

April 9, 2015, Thursday – Araw ng Kagitingan (Regular holiday)

May 1, 2015, Friday – Labor Day (Regular holiday)

June 12, 2015, Friday – Independence Day (Regular holiday)

August 21, 2015, Friday – Ninoy Aquino Day (Special non-working day)

August 31, 2015, last Monday of August – National Heroes Day (Regular holiday)

November 1, 2015, Sunday – All Saints Day (Special non-working day)

November 30, 2015, Monday – Bonifacio Day (Regular holiday)

December 24, 2015, Thursday – Additional special non-working day (Special non-working day)

December 25, 2015, Friday – Christmas Day (Regular holiday)

December 30, 2015, Wednesday – Rizal Day (Regular holiday)

December 31, 2015, Thursday – Last day of the year (Special non-working day)

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Too hard ....

If you feel that the task God has called you to is too hard, remember that the spiritual lessons and joy that are wrapped up in the journey may seem hidden at first, but they are certainly there! God will help you find them.

I love this poem :

Sometimes we learn that hardships
Were blessings in disguise,
That earnest work and faith in God
Were proven to be wise.

Encouragement on beeing desperate

Despair is real in this life, and answers do not come easily. Yet in the darkness—as we remember God’s glory, majesty, power, and love—our despair can slowly subside.

We can rehearse God’s acts, especially the salvation He brought through Jesus, and we can return to where we once were—resting gratefully in His mighty love.

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Happy New Year from our family to yours!

By the gentle touch of Gods grace may we all find happiness on our path. His love gives us confidence to embrace a great new year...

Happy new year!

Beginning a new year
with a good guide on our side
the star of Jesus which shows us safe roads fills our hearts with his grace best wishes for the new year!!!

Saturday, December 27, 2014

Why you have to keep only one new year's resolution

We all write resolutions that are kept for a good 3-4 days... right? For you to be able to successfully fulfill your new yeqr's resolution choose one only like one habit to break, or one resolution to stick with, or one relationship to improve, or one talent to develop, etc. and commit to it and DO IT!


Let spirituality be your new years resolution.May God bless you
we wish you the happiest of years
God is all you need to succeed.With God around us, let us pray for
a year full of new opportunities
an abundance of warm people among us a life with God in our midst.

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Jesus is the Son of Abraham

Matthew 1:1, 17
Matthew goes even further back than David, for Jesus is not only the "Son of David", he is also the "Son of Abraham." Abraham was the father of the Jewish people, the man God called to leave his native land of Babylonia and head west. In Genesis 12:1-3, God made three promises to Abraham. He promised to give him the land of Canaan; he promised to create a great nation from his descendants as numerous as the stars in the sky; and he promised to bless all nations of the world through him.

Jesus Christ is the fulfillment of God's promise to Abraham that "all peoples on earth will be blessed through you" (Genesis 12:3). As Paul makes clear in his letter to the Galatians, Jesus is the descendant of Abraham who brings blessing to all peoples. "The promises were spoken to Abraham and to his seed... meaning one person, who is Christ"

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Jesus is the Son of David (Matthew 1:1, 17)

"Son of David" was a well-known messianic title among God's people. If Jesus is the Messiah, then he must come from the royal line of David. In 2 Samuel 7:5-16, one of the most important passages in the Bible, God told David that one of his descendants will have an eternal kingdom - "I will establish the throne of his kingdom forever... Your house and your kingdom will endure forever before me; your
throne will be established forever" (2 Samuel 7:13, 16).

Jesus is the fulfillment of that promise, for the New Testament tells us repeatedly that Jesus is King of kings and Lord of Lords. After his death and resurrection, Jesus ascended into heaven, where he now sits at the right hand of God, the place of honor, to rule the world forever.

This is why Matthew begins his
gospel with the genealogy of Jesus. This record provides the documentation that any Jew would want to see to verify Jesus' claim to be the Messiah. Matthew traces Jesus' family line back through Joseph all the way to David.

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