Lift People Up Instead of Tearing Them Down

In elementary school, I was bullied pretty hard. I was convinced that I was not good enough. That I was a failure. I was too short. I was too weak. I’d try to tell my teachers what was going on, but they didn’t care. Saving my sanity and my soul wasn’t part of their job description. So, they did nothing. The bullying continued. Just about all of my friends left. Those that didn’t— well, let’s just say they weren’t good company. They made disgusting, perverted remarks all the time, and I knew something was wrong. So I walked away.

Give Thanks [2017/6/23]

Thank You Jesus for Friday.

Thank You so much for taking good care of us throughout the week.

Let us always be more thankful every day!

The GREAT WORK!

Yes…the Lord is calling YOU to a great work! But, don’t worry. He does not expect you to be able to do it with your own strength! He calls…and then He provides you with everything you need to do His Will! Are you ready to answer His call?

I also believe that what we consider a “great work” may be different than what the Lord defines as a “great work.”

Yes, reaching thousands of people through an Evangelistic Crusade is a great work. But, being obedient and reaching that one person the Lord has put in your path is also a great work!

WEEKLY PRAYER

A prayer from St. Teresa of Ávila (1515 – 1582):

Govern everything by your wisdom, O Lord, so that my soul may always be serving you in the way you will and not as I choose.

Let me die to myself so that I may serve you; let me live to you who are life itself. Amen.

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The Church

This is what’s been on my mind lately. It will mean a LOT to me if you would read it and tell me what you think about it.
People have different connotations and emotions about a church. Some hate it, some are skeptical, some have a lot of opinion about it and some just don’t care. But me, I’m fascinated with its beauty.
This article is based on what I experienced in a church. I have been attending for almost ten years already and based on my observations, the church is beautiful. It helped me find the meaning of life in this messed-up world.

Blissful Moments, June 2017

Finally, a more blog-like post on my blog! Hope you like it but it’s kinda OK if you don’t. As you might be able to tell, my blog was started more for me than for anyone else and I’m tryingto remember that as I craft my posts or reread them, scrutinising every detail, pondering whether I should remove the post.

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