19 Things to Celebrate From My 2019

For me, 2019 is not so different from the years that had passed. It is ordinary for the most part, with some sprinkle of extraordinaire on the side. It is also one of those few times in my life that challenged my status quo and made me, through leap of faith, assume drastic and life-changing …

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Merry CHRISTmas!

May we be reminded that we have all the days of every year to follow the path to righteousness of  Lord, Jesus Christ. Christmas day or not. May you and your family have a blessed and meaningful Yuletide season. From my family to yours. xoxo, Tina If you like this article, feel free to click …

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Bible Devotion: You Harvest What You Plant

This bible verse reminds me so much of Karma. Indeed, when you plant hate, you get the same. When you plant trickery, selfishness, and injustice, prepare to reap them, perhaps, even sevenfold. I have no plans of planting anything else than love, faith, and goodness. It may be hard, I know, but I'm sure that …

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He Renews Us Everyday

There's no stopping me from doing my daily devotion, even when it means halting in the midst of my readings. Here's something to ponder on from 2 Corinthians 4:16. Unlike my previous devotional posts, this time, I thought I'd write my bible verse of the day on paper. https://youtu.be/lRaXH8q5ytA This is the reason why we …

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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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