When It Is Gone

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Even the beasts of the field pant for you because the water brooks are dried up, and fire has devoured the pastures of the wilderness. – Joel 1:20


Bakit kung kailan wala na, ubos na, sagad na, saka lang lalapit kay Lord? Sakit na yata ‘to nating mga tao. If there’s still food, we party. When it’s gone, we cry. Bakit ganun? Read More »

Ouch! Thanks.


I used to hate pain.

Whenever I get bruised and wounded during childhood days.. Whenever I get jealous and feel out of place during adolescence period.. And whenever I get my heart broken up to this moment in my life.. It feels terrible. And what do you call that? Oh yeah, yeah.. it’s PAIN, dude.

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Solomon rebuilt the cities that Hiram had given to him, and settled the people of Israel there. – 2 Chronicles 8:2


I love this word – REBUILT. It connotes courage and determination. In other books it was told that the cities were 20, and so this land that Solomon rebuilt is not just a small town, these are unproductive cities. So I imagine how tiring and painful it was. but as it was said, he settled the people of Israel there – so it means that it was rebuilt beautifully. From being unproductive land to worth living in towns.Read More »