Thy Will Be Done

When I was in high school, my plan was solid - I'd get Political Science as my pre-law, go to law school after, and become a lawyer at 24. Fast forward to 2019, I am now a registered nurse working as a defense analyst/writer, and a struggling 5th year law student. Hey, I know that …

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Bible Devotion: I Rest My Case Before God

In  times of desperation, when the devil (the enemy) implore ways to weaken my spirit and shatter my defenses, I used to surrender and be doomed to think that the impossible will and can never happen. In times like this, I allow myself to be limited by my humanity, making myself the Enemy's prey. But …

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Nothing is Impossible

Almost three days ago, I had a bad case of infectious diarrhea. But funny how, I call it "bad case" and the adjective has nothing to do with the illness per se. Modesty aside, I am not the type that is threatened easily by diseases. Perhaps, this is because I am a nurse by profession; …

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Weariness and Anxiety Just Left My Vocabulary

Normally, every after my midterm or final examination, I would worry and be anxious. about the outcome. Will I get good grades? Will I be able to reach my professor's mark of excellence? Well, I think, it is but normal to anticipate results from something you know you have worked hard for a long time. …

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Bible for Anger Management: How God is Helping Me Throughout the Process

Aside from lulling myself to sleep and choosing my outfit of the day every morning, I would consider my self as quick as a brown fox in almost anything I do. Jumel, my boyfriend, who had once been trained in the military, would always tell me that I am "snappy". Well, I really am most …

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There’s More to Just “Accepting” Him…

Indeed, when we accept the Lord in our lives, we become Christians and are SAVED. Sadly, most of us think that everything ends there; that "acceptance" is enough. We become complacent, knowing that "we need not bother" since we are or have become Christians after all. Let this verse be a reminder that we have …

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Faithfulness to God is Non-selective

When I was a kid, my papa and mama used to tell me that if I can be trusted with small things, I could certainly be trusted with big ones. Hence, they taught me to always return excess change or money; to refrain from cheating during exams even when I badly needed to pass and …

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Thy Will Be Done!

May God use each and everyone of us as vehicles of love, goodness, and salvation everyday, in the years to come. Until then, when He reveals our true purpose to each of us, may we all have a productive week ahead!   xoxo, Tina