Why bible is the most neglected book today? and, why men won’t read the Holy Bible?

Reasons why men won’t read the Holy Bible:

1. Strengthens conscience – men wants to have a weak conscience so that it could do whatever he wants to do.
2. Wounds pride (self righteous, hypocritical proud people)
3. exalts Jesus up and puts Him above all other name,
it puts Him above human level
4. Disturbs routine
5. Exposes sin
6. Demands obedience

“Choose the candle in the light of LOVE…”

“Choose the candle in the light of LOVE…
Choose the candle in the light of LOVE…
Choose the candle in the light of LOVE.”

This is the lyrics of the chorus of the new song taught to me by a woman in my dream at dawn today.

The dream started from dawn till morning. The dream went like this…Ladies and some women are tasked to sing a new song, I’m the second performer. The coach said, “Yours has the simplest and shortest lyrics among five of you but yours also have the greatest impact to the world so sing it well.” Then I started singing until I woke up.

Praise God!

As I woke up, I started to pray in the Spirit and automatically I felt the manifested presence of Jesus in my room, then I started weeping and groaning as He led me to pray for the lost souls whose not yet in the sheep pen. As I continually sing in the Spirit, I heard His audible voice weeping for the lost souls. I can’t contain His love as I felt it all over my room, I was overwhelmed by it that made me continually weep and sing songs of worship to Him at the same time.

The Love of Jesus is sweet and marvelous.
His Love is so wonderful.How He loves you and me.
How He loves the lost, the sinner, the sick and the captives…
That’s why He came for the sick and the sinners, not for the healthy nor the righteous.

To God be the glory!

Movie Review: The Miracle Worker

Movie Review: The Miracle Worker

Saluting the teachers:

To the world, you may be just a teacher but to your students you are a HERO.

In this movie, indeed it takes heart to help shape little minds.

(This movie is a true-story of Annie Sullivan–the teacher of Hellen Keller, a handicapped: blind and deaf, who graduated from Randcliffe College with a B.A. (honors), and became a world famous advocate for social equality. She was awarded The Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Eventually, Annie Sullivan remained Helen’s teacher for the rest of her life.)

If you lack patience, love and compassion, better not become a teacher.

Matters of heart

Very powerful preaching!

Romans 8:1

Proverbs 4:23

John 8: 44

REACT: This morning while I am in the bathroom relieving myself and taking a bath, a memory of a vision I have had at dawn today of this guy  I liked  years ago for so long, whom I already released for so long, suddenly created in me a confusion. I knew that it was not from the Lord. That vision of this guy? I know it was not from the Lord, because I remembered the heartache it created on me and after I released it, I was overjoyed and at peace. But, while inside our bathroom this morning, confusion again enveloped me, asking myself, “Why in the world had I got that dream?” I started to get confused at that moment.

1 Corinthians 14:33, “God is not the author of confusion, but of peace.”

The Holy Spirit immediately prompted me that the devil is just lying to me and that I need to do a prayer declaration resisting the devil, particularly the spirit of confusion. Then I started binding the spirit of confusion and talking to the devil, “Devil, you are a liar…away from me, you got nothing from me. Go back to where you belong, because you are already defeated.” Then I was released and got peace.

After that, the Holy Spirit prompted to me pray in the Spirit and sing a joyful song to the Lord which I easily did, accordingly. So good to yield in the Spirit of God.

And, I was just so happy that this coincides the revelation I got from the Lord! Thank you Jesus for the confirmation.

To God be the glory!



7 things I relearned and wanna share with you today


1. When dealing with people, let us remember we are not dealing with creatures of logic. We are dealing with creatures of emotion, creatures bristling with prejudices and motivated by pride and vanity.

2. The secret of Benjamin Franklin’s success is he speak ill of no man, but only all the good he know of everybody.

3. Any fool can criticize, condemn, and complain—and most fools do. But it takes character and self-control to be understanding and forgiving.

4. “A great man show hi greatness,” said Carylle, “by the way he treats little men.”
Instrad of condemning people, let’s try to understand them. Let’s try to figure out why they do what they do. That’s a lot more profitable and intriguing than criticism; and it breeds sympathy, tolerance and kindness.

5. “To know all is to forgive all.”

6. As Dr Johnson said, “God Himself sir, does not propose to judge man until the end of His days.” Why should you and I?

-Dale Carnegie

To God be the glory!