The more sufferings we have, sapat na excuse ba yun for us to spend less time in the Word and prayer, para mabawasan ang commitment natin sa Panginoon? No, hangga't nadaragdagan pa nga ang mga sufferings natin, nadaragdagan din ang reasons na meron tayo - the more we need God, the more we need to pray, the more we need to listen to his Word.
We have a lot of resources, giving you a lot of opportunities to be engaged with the Word everyday. Ang tanong sa 'yo personally ay ito: What are you going to do about it? Magpapatuloy ka ba to make lame excuses na paulit-ulit mo namang sinasabi just to ease your guilt of not reading the Bible and praying enough?
I will keep your statutes; do not utterly forsake me! I need God's presence in my life. Not just for a moment or for a long time, but forever. Not just when tragedy strikes me, but also when blessings abound. Not just in this life, but more so in the life to come. I need... Continue Reading →
For a lot of people, the word rules has negative connotations. It is something that is restrictive, limiting and controlling. Our desire for independence and self-rule causes us to dislike rules imposed by others, including God's rules written in his Holy Book - the Bible. We complain that it is a burden too heavy for... Continue Reading →
<< Blessed (Psalm 119:1) We all live by letting certain life principles or personal convictions guide or direct our thoughts, words, or actions. For example, the one who won the 700 million-peso jackpot in the lottery believes that luck may come his way. He spends 10 or 300 pesos believing that he has the right... Continue Reading →
The Book of Psalms are a feast for the human soul. Of the 150, one of my favorites is Psalm 119. The longest of all the psalms with 176 verses, it has a single theme which runs from beginning to end - the Word of God. Of the 176, here are some of my favorites:... Continue Reading →