Nalungkot ako nung may mabasa akong ilang bad comments at trashtalks sa social media from non-Catholic Christians tungkol sa pagbisita ni Pope Francis sa bansa. Parang gusto kong kumanta ng, “Why you gotta be so rude?”
Behold, 2015 is the year of pleasant surprises, unbelievable twists, great revelations and wonderful unfoldings. Like a great novel, this year will be the climax of wonderful stories and good things that I started.
Joy. Love. Sacrifice. Christmas. Christmas is about giving; God gave his Son Jesus as a gift hindi dahil He is expecting anything in exchange but because He wants to show His love. Christmas is about love in the form of sacrifice from the Giver of all things. I have always believed that faith has to…
Sabado ng gabi. Lapat na ang dilim pero hindi pa rin sya nakakauwi.
Mayroon akong ibabalita sa kanya kaya di ko maiwasang mainip.
Pasado alas-siete na nang makauwi sya ng bahay.
When I started blogging, I wrestled with thoughts of self-doubt, inadequacy and ineligibility. Self-deprecating thoughts like, “I’m not an expert in this.” or “What if there are experts reading it and they don’t agree with what I say, and they find my statements amusing instead of convincing?” Madami akong blog posts na hindi ko na-publish…
I discovered something empowering. Inspired by “Days of Future Past”, naisipan kong sulatan ang aking “younger-self” as I celebrated my birthday. In that letter, I sort of did a “time travel” and encouraged the younger me about the days that are yet to come.
In this 2nd and final part, I share the remaining 4 ways that God can speak to us — which can help us in our decision making. Be blessed.
The formula that works for me is this: God speaks in 7 different ways; and when I have to make decision, at least 4 of them need to align.
When I started applying that, my decision-making have been easier, and I never had any regrets about of the choices I made since then.
It’s me saying “its Ok, I too am struggling about that, and more than that. So you see, you’re still better off than me.”
What would you do, what would you feel, if one day God told you to do something considered inappropriate in your Christian community?