Tyranny of Ordinary: Greater Book (Review)

I felt revived and more encouraged in pursuing God after reading Steven Furtick's book, head pastor of Elevation church, the "greater". His writing style is direct and eccentric that's why I picked up this book and really spent time understanding it. All the way through, the words were authoritative and while reading, you will feel the... Continue Reading →

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Small step of faith

A person who has faith, makes a step of effort. And through believing, one's character development is being molded into a full and strong integrity that can confront temptations. Faith is all about working with what you have right now and not daydreaming... If you wish a life that is greater, it doesn't come free. It's hard fought that requires a... Continue Reading →

Relational rekindling

Figured out writing one step of my life's journey 🙂 To start off, I began reading an interesting book to strengthen my understanding about what it means to have an intimate relationship with God and to reposition myself once again in His line of purpose. For the most of us, I do believe that there's this moment of divine interruption that... Continue Reading →

Hello folks! Here I go again, sharing my mind. But don't worry, this is just a quick reading status 🙂 Lately, I find myself in the midst of total greyness that seems to be turning darker as I lean on my own strength. I can't help but see our generation now as a very knowledgeable, independent and... Continue Reading →

CONTEND: Filipino & Young

The enemy has been bombarding me with a lot of negative forces in my mind. Through overthinking, I end up worrying and not praying - that's the plain truth. This is a serious case that I personally have to handle with God but it can also be the same for other Filipino youths here in Italy. As... Continue Reading →

Pondering: 1 John 2:15-17

A worthwhile reading of Matthew Henry's commentary found at biblehub.com, featuring the context of 'loving this world' from 1 John 2:15-17 15 Love not the world, neither the things that are in the world. If any man love the -world, the love of the Father is not in him. 16 For all that is in the world, the lust of... Continue Reading →

Patience …

Patience is a virtue One characteristic that should be practiced for a better common weal is being patient. A lot of us experience situations where you just feel like throwing tantrums despite how you consider justifiable your excuse might be. It is naturally acknowledgable that we would still feel a little bit of anger and annoyance when dealing with our... Continue Reading →

Promenade: Nature & History – Sorrento

#strangersinparadise My daily routine is a sort of promenade for me. So,  taking off from home, riding a bus and finally getting off from the city of Sorrento, the first iconic spot where I passed through reminded me of the influence of the past settlers in this town - the Greeks. Seeing the remains of... Continue Reading →

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