Fish feeding area :) #koi (at Nuvali Park, Sta. Rosa, Laguna)Reblog
Good Morning! ❤️R❤️Reblog
at The Mandara , Silang CaviteReblog
Gamot sa #PUSO 😂😂😂Reblog
☺️😆👱 (at Sta. Rosa)Reblog
Take the lead my Rock star 😊 #goodnight #thankyouReblog
@spellkatiie @ronlynmaiky cute niyo ooh ❤️ #sister 👭Reblog
Wahaha #wardrobemalfunction #cousins #throwbackReblog
Buong araw walang suklay.. Dahil buong araw.. #Labandera ako. Gabi na ako natapos:(Reblog
“Be strong enough to let go and wise enough to wait for what you deserve. Sometimes your eyes need to be washed by your tears so you can see the possibilities in front of you with a clearer vision again.”Reblog
Every word of God is pure
- Proverbs 30:5
When you watch a play, read books, take in a movie, or even converse with friends, you must have the filter on. Is this worldview right? Are these ideas true? Is this lesson correct? Is the moral of this story actually moral?
But when we come to the Word of God, all the filters must come off. The reason why is that there is no filter — our own ideals, the best philosophies, the most scientific theories — that is as pure as the Word of God itself. If we filter the words of God through our own understanding, then we contaminate, rather than purify, the ideas which are conveyed.
Every word of God is pure. There is not a drop of foolishness in the ocean of God’s revelation. There is not a single falsehood within the many pages of the Bible. Every word of God is trustworthy because every word of God is true.
How do you read your Bible? Do you read it with the filter of your own wisdom, desires, and preconceptions? Or are you allowing the unadulterated word of God to wash over your receptive soul, cleansing it of every prejudice, personal ambition, and sinful ideology?
God’s Word should be a set of glasses through which we view all the rest of the world — music, psychology, biology, journalism, business practices, college lectures, or retirement plans. Anything else is just one fallen head influencing another fallen head.Reblog
Thou hast left thy first love. Remember therefore from whence thou art fallen, and repent
- Revelation 2:4-5
Do you remember when your eyes were first opened to see the beauty and the grace and the power of Jesus Christ? Perhaps it was at a young age, or after many wrong and painful choices, or as a result of a long and arduous search for truth — but when Christ revealed himself to you, you had eyes only for him.
But since then, things have changed. Life has gotten busy, work has been stressful, the hunt for an escape has replaced your search for truth. Maybe you still go through the religious motions of church attendance or Bible studies, but your heart is not in it any more. You have left your first love.
If this describes you, then Jesus says to you “Remember.” Remember the peace and the joy and the satisfaction that is only found in a close relationship with Christ. Remember the worthiness and glory and humility of Christ on the cross. Remember what it’s all about. It’s all about Jesus.
And after you remember, then repent. Repentance necessarily involves admitting that you have been wrong… but it means even more than that. It means changing your ways and doing what is right. Repent of the fact that you have let other things come between you and Christ; admit that you have not nurtured your love for him as you ought; confess your need of his renewing and reviving work in your life.
Remember. Repent. Return to your first love.Reblog