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Thursday, January 28, 2010

I'm calling the attention of all people with a golden hearts. My grandmother now is suffering with her illness called (mayuma) i think this is cancer of the uterus or i really don't know what mayuma means is. She is now at Bohol Philippines. I left there 1992 and until now i never come back my hometown again. My nephew called as yesterday and told us that my beloved grandmother was so weak already. And her seeking us. My mother has one brother and one sister that are also here in Manila. We are both poor and nothing. We really want to see and talk our grandmother even for a last time, but we both don't know how. That's why I'm calling the attention of all who are kind and want to help us. We need to raise money for our fare and at the same time for the expenses if we're there already.

To those who want to help us, you may please send us at this address direct to us :

(Rosalita G. Moreno
98 B Kabesang Pino st. Pariancillo Villa Valenzuela City, Phil.)

You can also contact us at #09104912963 or #09077470910, as soon as we raise, we immediately go back home. We all thank you so much...

I feel embarrass but I need to do this, because we really need help. I think this is the only way to raise as soon as possible. We are really in need. We need to raise money as soon as possible or else it is too late.

Please Pray for us, Pray for the health of my grandma.

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Is Jesus God?

Why has the name "Jesus Christ" caused more division, agitation and controversy than any other name in history?

Come on, why...?

If I bring up God in a coffee shop discussion, nobody is really offended. If I speak about Buddha or Brahman, Moses or Mohammed, I really don't irritate the listener. However, the name Jesus Christ seems to cut right to the soul. It did for me! When people brought up the other religious and philosophical leaders of history, I usually participated in some sort of intellectual discussion. When people tried to discuss Jesus with me, I felt that my space had been violated! What right did this person have to challenge me and my worldview? I've found that something makes Jesus more contentious and convicting than all the other religious leaders combined.

Really, what is it...?

Unlike any other widely followed religious leader in history, Jesus Christ made a unique claim. He declared himself God. Not a god, not god-like, but God incarnate -- the creator of the universe in human flesh. Intellectually, that's very disturbing. Spiritually, that's a direct attack on everything comfortable and coexisting in my safe little world. However, "is Jesus God"?

For me, I retreated to the typical responses to the life and claims of Jesus. Depending on the stage of my life, they sounded something like this:

"Jesus was a great man."

"Jesus was a nice moral model."

"Jesus was an esteemed teacher."

"Jesus was a religious prophet."

However, as Christian scholar Josh McDowell declares in his foundational book, More than a Carpenter, these types of statements raise a compelling "trilemma." Once you examine the actual claims of Jesus and his eyewitness followers, there are only three alternatives for who he really is - Jesus Christ was either a liar, a lunatic, or our Lord.

    The issue with these three alternatives is not which is possible, for it is obvious that all three are possible. But rather, the question is 'which is more probable?' Who you decide Jesus Christ is must not be an idle intellectual exercise. You cannot put Him on the shelf as a great moral teacher. That is not a valid option. He is either a liar, a lunatic, or Lord and God. You must make a choice. 'But,' as the Apostle John wrote, 'these have been written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and' - more important - 'that believing you might have life in His name' (John 20:31). 1
When looking at the question, "Is Jesus God?", C.S. Lewis, a popular British theologian, stressed:

    I am trying here to prevent anyone saying the really foolish thing that people often say about Him: 'I'm ready to accept Jesus as a great moral teacher, but I don't accept His claim to be God.' That is the one thing we must not say. A man who was merely a man and said the sort of things Jesus said would not be a great moral teacher. He would either be a lunatic - on the level with the man who says he is a poached egg - or else he would be the Devil of Hell. You must make your choice. Either this man was, and is, the Son of God: or else a madman or something worse. You can shut Him up for a fool, you can spit at Him and kill Him as a demon; or you can fall at His feet and call Him Lord and God. But let us not come with any patronising nonsense about His being a great human teacher. He has not left that open to us. He did not intend to.

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

The Call To Abraham

God chooses Abraham to build a nation. What Abraham is asked is not easy to do. He has to leave his friends and relatives, he has to leave the life he knows and go off to an unknown land. The way to this unknown land, they are not sure how life would turn out for them. There are many uncertainties but Abraham trusts God. He obeys the call of God.

Abraham laughs when God says he would have descendants who would be kings (Genesis17:16-17)"How can a hundred- year-old man have a child?"he asked."How can Sarah give birth at ninety?"But Abraham believes that, somehow, God would keep His promise.

Abraham is the true man of God: a man who trusts his Lord and hopes in His promises.

Saturday, January 16, 2010

Good News

We have all sinned and deserve God’s judgment. God, the Father, sent His only Son to satisfy that judgment for those who believe in Him. Jesus, the creator and eternal Son of God, who lived a sinless life, loves us so much that He died for our sins, taking the punishment that we deserve, was buried, and rose from the dead according to the Bible. If you truly believe and trust this in your heart, receiving Jesus alone as your Savior, declaring, "Jesus is Lord," you will be saved from judgment and spend eternity with God in heaven.

Friday, January 15, 2010

Proverbs on Wisdom

God created the world according to His wisdom. He has willed that the human race share in the light of the divine intellect.

The following proverbs on wisdom explain :
1. Happy the man who finds wisdom and gains insight,For wisdom is of more value than silver and more useful than gold.
2. Listen to the teaching of your father. Do not ignore your mothers instruction. For they will be your graceful crown, a worthy chain around your neck.
3. Let wisdom abide in your heart. And knowledge will comfort your inner self. Foresight will guide you and understanding will protect you.
4. He who guard his mouth preserve his life; the constant talker is lost.

We should remember for the Lord gives wisdom and from His mouth comes knowledge and insight.
Have a good day to all.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Do Good

Command them to do good, to be rich in good works, to be generous and ready to share with others. In this way they will store up for themselves a treasure which will be a solid foundation for the future. And then they will be able to win the life which is true life".

1 timothy 16:18-19

Saturday, January 9, 2010

Saint John Berchmans

John, son of a shoemaker, was born in a small town in Belgium in 1599. As a boy, John had a very great devotion to Holy Mass and the Rosary.

When John was only nine years old, his mother became ill. Every day after school, he gave as many hours as he could to the care of his suffering mother.

For three years, he was a pupil of a parish pastor who prepared boys for the priesthood. Then he entered the newly opened Jesuit College of Mechlin in 1615. A year later, he joined their novitiate.

After three years, eager to continue his studies, he journeyed to room on foot to enroll at the Roman College. This difficult journey took him ten long weeks.

Do not be afraid for I have redeemed you
I have called by your name. You are mine.

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Dedication to God's Work

The Great Jubilee is, therefore, not simply a time for intensified practices of
piety and Church visitation. It is call for renewal and rededication as a people of God. The ways for renewal and rededication may be summarized in seven R's. These are:

  • Release from slavery
Today, many people still live in bondage; slavery to poverty, to drugs, to fear;
slavery to greed for power, money, fame; slavery to junk food, alcohol and carbonated drinks, cigarettes; slavery to pornographic magazines, a life of indolence, and many others. What can you do to release yourself and others from the slavery you have put upon yourselves?

  • Recall of debts
Our country is shackled by foreign debt. What can you do for yourself, your
family and your community to lessen the need of our country to depend on foreign loans to fund its projects?

  • Return of the land
Our country is rich in natural resources but if we are wasteful and if we do not
take care of these resources, we will surely run out of them. What can you do to maintain , if not enrich, our natural resources?

  • Rest for the earth
God gave us a beautiful world. But, today, almost anywhere we go, we see
signs of grave pollution. How can you influence others to develop habits that are environment friendly?

  • Respect for the family
The family is the basic unit of society. Do you have a harmonious
relationship with members of your family? How can you encourage other uphold family values?

  • Re- empowerment of the people
Both PCP II and PCM II stress greater involvement of the laity. How can you
participate more actively in the activities of your parish?

  • Renewal of the Missionary Spirit
John Paul II challenges us to be the "light of Asia." We who have
been the recipients of God's graciousness, are likewise challenged to share this with others.

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Did you that UNITARIANS believe in the unity of God, rather than in the doctrine of the Trinity as found in historic creeds of the Christian church. The term Unitarians also extends to religious groups dating from the 1500's to the present who rejected not only doctrine of the Trinity, but also creeds as the basis for authority in religion.