I missed watching eat bulaga everyday with my mom at lunch. #no1 #noontime #varietyshow #34years #eatbulaga #mwahmwahtsuptsup #homesick
Rainy day at dubai. Bed weather. #instaweatherpro
It’s nice to have a cup of coffee with real friends, you can talk about everything and anything. Bonus is the kilig moment. 😍#timhortons #kiligmoments #coffee #hotchoco @akosijerryl @malenluvsdy
My first insta pic on my iad mini! Yey!
” …We went through fire and flood, but You brought us to a place of abundance” (Psalm 66:12, NLT).
In scripture, three Hebrew teenagers, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego, were told to bow down to the king’s idol or they would be thrown into a fiery furnace. They said, “No, King. We’re not going to bow down. We know our God will deliver us.” Their attitude was, “We’re not worried about it. We know we have inside information. We know everything is going to be alright.” Notice they didn’t fight it. They weren’t upset. They weren’t complaining. They were at peace. They knew God Almighty had His hand upon them. The guards threw them into the fiery furnace, and when all was said and done, they came out without even the smell of smoke on them!
Notice that God didn’t deliver them from the fire; He delivered them through the fire. Maybe you are going through the fire today. Know that God is with you. He’s doing a work in you, and He’s displaying His glory through you. Remember, on the other side of the fire is a place of abundance and blessing! Stand strong and see the fulfillment of the promises He has in store for you!
When Jesus saw his friends in tears, he could no longer control himself. He was “deeply moved in spirit and troubled” (v. 33). And when he saw the grave of Lazarus, his eyes filled with tears: “Jesus wept.”
For many people, this does not make sense. As some of the onlookers said, “If he cares so much, why didn’t this wonderworker keep Lazarus from dying?” We too wonder how Jesus could be overcome with grief at his friend’s death. After all, he was in complete control of the situation. He knew the outcome from the beginning. He came to change mourning to dancing and replace sadness with songs. Yet his body heaved with sobs and he shed tears.
No other story in the Bible shows so fully the mystery of the person of Jesus. He was really and truly human. We see his humanity in his tears and his divinity in his power over death.
Today we should think of the tears. Our Savior is no stranger to our pain. He himself has been tested in the school of suffering that we all must attend. His sympathy, says Hebrews 4:15 and 5:17, is warm and real.
Some hurts in this life are too deep for words. But the sorrow of earth has touched the God of heaven. And we see the love of God in the tears of Jesus.
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