Sigh, so much to blog, so little time! I have to sleep, my head is already getting kind of fuzzy and my family is like begging me to stop. But before I go, let me just write these few words.

First, I have included a shoutbox in my blog, please do make use of it, I placed it there so people who doesn't have a blog here can also leave me comments and such. I really love hearing from people who have visited my blog, I want to receive feedback and suggestions and yes, even criticisms so I can improve what needs to be improved.

Second, I want tell you what happened earlier while I was infront of the monitor. I keep hearing this heavy, murmuring sound (I was the only one awake at that time since it was around 3am here). I was still kind of afraid (regardless of how many ghosts I have experienced before) and I just said a little prayer in my. Thanks to my little prayer, my fear dissipated and the sound stopped. Such is the power of prayer!

Third, I want to tell you guys who have followed and visited my blog that I really appreciate you. I know not many people like ghost stories and quirky things like the one I post here. However, i can't seem to blog about anything else, its too ingrained in my personality, I'm afraid. So thank you, thank you, thank you to those who have accepted me and who enjoyed my work!

That's all for now, pleasant dreams to me and to all of you, keep safe always and God bless!

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Blessed be!

5 nice comments:

the closet gentleman said...

thanks for the visit... and the pambobola... hehehe


Yeah.. friend.. we will friend forever... what i told you about Bible...and the truth with it... never effect our friendship... i just wanna bring you to find the truth of Bible... that's all... that's y i encourage to read the Bible... always...
then we can find the truth about who is the real GOD... between Holy Spirit, God and Jesus.

But it's only reveal if we'll search it together...

don't let the Bible away from u side...ok friend? Read it always!
promise me...

friend forever.


Who was Jesus?
There are many questions which come to mind when the name Jesus is mentioned. Some people say he was a prophet, others call him a god, while others say he was a very wise man. But whatever your idea is, one thing remains certain: he was not your ordinary man. So if there is something special about him, why all the confusion? Just who was Jesus anyway?

His Origins
Jesus lived about 2,000 years ago in ancient Palestine during the height of the Roman Empire. He was not conceived in the usual way, but was implanted in the womb of a young woman named Mary. God simply commanded "Be" and he was. In this sense, he was "a word" of God and a special sign for humanity. In fact, he was the last in a long line of religious guides sent to the Jewish people.

Mary, The Blessed
Mary was a righteous woman. Her mother dedicated her to God's service even before she was born. As a child, she lived a life marked by health and goodness which others pointed to in admiration. She was raised by the wise Zacharias who instilled in her a beautiful sense of faith in God. When she had become a young woman, Mary sought to purify herself further before her Lord. Knowing that the hustle of life in the towns was distracting, she withdrew from her people to a sanctuary in the East. There she could meditate in seclusion and peace. Suddenly, on a day that seemed no different from the rest, an angel of God visited her, disguised in the likeness of a human. Afraid of so strange a sight, Mary prayed for protection, but the strange being reassured her and declared that he was a messenger from the Lord to announce the glad-tidings of a faultless son. Mary, astounded, asked how this was possible seeing that no man ever touched her. But the angel replied, "Your Lord says, It is easy for Me …".

But when she felt the little child within her, she fled her sanctuary out of fear of what her family would do or say when they heard the news. Mary, however, was not to face hardship. When in her despair she cried out to God for oblivion, a voice soothed her and she found shade and a cool spring. Under a date-palm in the warmth of late summer, she made her dwelling and there bore the child unlike any other in human history.

Shortly thereafter, Mary returned to her community carrying the child who was to be called Messiah, Jesus, and son of Mary. When her people saw her with the baby in her arms they couldn't believe their eyes, let alone accept her word. They refused to believe when she told of an angel who came and told her she was chosen above all other women to carry this burden. They accused her of infidelity and implied that she ruined the family name. Mary, being overwhelmed, simply motioned towards the child meekly.

The Miracles
Now the child was the product of a miracle and consequently, miraculous things began to happen. In defense of his mother and of the truth, the infant Jesus spoke saying, "I am a servant of God. He has given me Scripture and has made me a Prophet. He has blessed me wherever I may be and has made prayer and charity my duty as long as I live. " This put the detractors to rest.

Throughout his youth, Jesus remained dutiful to his mother and developed quickly in intelligence, wisdom, and piety He dumfounded the learned and was greatly admired by those around him who appreciated his talents. He claimed to be a sign of God and a Messenger to the Israelites.

His people had strayed from tl1e spirit of truth and placed their trust in legalism, thereby burying their sense of mercy beneath dusty scrolls and rituals. Finally, when he came of age, Jesus began to travel and preach throughout the land of Palestine about a return to the truth of the old revelations and a rejection of all that man had added. In his task he was supported by the spirit of truth, the angel Gabriel.


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