Monday, March 31, 2008

Look at Our KISS


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Originally uploaded by arleighmac.

this was taken at the time we were so in loved with each other, look at how the way she kissed me... so passionate...

Saturday, March 29, 2008


Look carefully at the girl, the girl i loved beyond my life, she's my everything, my so called "love of my life". her angelic eyes, immaculate lips always captures me in my dreams... but wanna know more of her... keep coming here.... for more of her....

Thursday, March 27, 2008

God's Message For You Today, March 27, 2008

MiRACLES
 
"You Israelites, why are you amazed at this… as if we made him walk by our own power or piety?" – Acts 3:12
 
I'm amazed whenever I experience small miracles. Like the time when I got seven pairs of shoes from my uncle right after my mom commented how worn out mine were. Or the time when I woke up at 3 a.m. and was led to pray for my sister. Unknown to me, she was giving birth then and was in a life-and-eath situation. (She survived that ordeal.) There was also a time when somebody gave me a car a week after I had prayed for one.
        But as the years passed, I tended to take for granted the wondrous things that the Lord was doing in my life. Another tendency was to live for the miracles rather than to make myself available to do His will.
        American preacher Greg Laurie writes, "The Book of Acts is a record of what Jesus Christ did in the lives of His people over a 30-year span. This is important to realize because...it sounds like the early believers had a miracle happening every few minutes."
        True, they saw miracles, but they weren't a constant experience. Our role is to follow Christ in all circumstances, making ourselves available to be used by Him — in a typical "ordinary" day or in a glorious, "miraculous" moment. Ariel Driz
 
REFLECTION:
Am I available to be used by the Lord in all types of circumstances?
 
Lord Jesus, I pray for openness to be used by You for Your kingdom here on earth. Amen.



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Tuesday, March 25, 2008

God's Message For You Today, March 25, 2008

THE GOOD KIND
 
Mary of Magdala went and announced to the disciples, "I have seen the Lord," and what he told her. – John 20:18
 
He ate with them. Bonded with them. They took boat rides and mountain hikes together. He spoke to the crowds in parables but He would take them aside and explain its meanings to them. They were His best buddies. Barkada, as we would say in Filipino.
        So I would think that as soon as Jesus rose from the dead, He would have let the Apostles know first. But no. God, in His divine wisdom, chose a woman to be the first witness of His resurrection.
         There must be a reason. And I joke that He chose a woman to make sure that the news of His resurrection would spread to the ends of the earth.
        Face it, we women are generally more detailed when it comes to telling a story. And boy, can we retell them really fast! But it's not how detailed or how fast we can spread the news that matters but what kind of stories they are. Are they gossip that can destroy other's reputation? Or hearsay that will cause strife? Or chitchat that is negative and doesn't upbuild? Or is it good news that encourages, heals and gives strength to others?
        So go ahead, spread the news. But make sure it's a good one. Rissa Singson-Kawpeng
 
REFLECTION:
Seek Him and you will find Him.
 
Lord, help me to always remember that You are right within me, even if I don't feel it.



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Monday, March 24, 2008

God's Message For You Today, March 24, 2008

HALLER!
 
Suddenly Jesus met them. "Greetings," he said. – Matthew 28:9a
 
As the gust of the autumn breeze brushes the trees, brown dead leaves fall from their branches. Except those of the mighty oak tree. Its rotting leaves continue to stubbornly cling on to the branches — even through winter — long after all the other trees around are barren and twiggy. But a miraculous thing happens though when spring comes. Fresh shoots of leaves emerge from the branches, pushing out the rotten leaves. What the external forces couldn't do, the life from within accomplishes!
        In the original text, "Greetings!" in today's reading should have been more accurately translated to the more familiar "Hello!" Or better yet, "Haller!"
        Hellos always start something, either a phone conversation or a new friendship. God's promise in His word says "Behold, I will make all things new." Maybe that's why Jesus said "Hello!"
        The message of Easter Power is what New Year's resolutions, self-help books, psychology techniques and nagging wives couldn't do, the new life from within — through the resurrection of Jesus — could! It's so personal, and it's for me, because of "Hello!" Jon Escoto
 
REFLECTION:
Have there been "ugly dead leaves" of sin that still cling so stubbornly in your life? Leave them all behind at the empty tomb. Live out this new life.
 
Lord, You rose from the dead for us. Let me not forget that You did it personally for me too. Hello Jesus! Make me new!



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Wednesday, March 19, 2008

God's Message For You Today, March 19, 2008

HOLY WEDNESDAY
THiRTY PiECES OF SiLVER
 
"What are you willing to give me if I hand him over to you?" They paid him thirty pieces of silver. – Matthew 26:15
 
I cringe every time I think of how Jesus was traded for 30 pieces of silver. That was all it took to hand Him over to the chief priests. Judas Iscariot gave up his love for Christ for a pouch full of money. I cringe even more when I realize that as struggling and sinful Christians, we all play Judas Iscariot. We have all "traded" Jesus for this world's version of 30 pieces of silver.
        Each time we fall into sin, we trade our love for Jesus for something else.
        Harboring anger and resentment towards another person. Lying to save face.
        Not going to Mass because of laziness.
        Choosing money over kindness and righteousness.
        Each time we choose not to do the loving thing.
        We all have our versions of 30 pieces of silver.
        I pray that no amount of silver, or its many varied, deceitful versions, will keep our eyes and hearts away from the real treasure – Jesus. Cess Cosico
 
REFLECTION:
What have I traded Jesus for?
 
Lord Jesus, may You always be my one true treasure.


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Amen

Believe it and you shall be BLESSED!

The problem with many of us is that we don't believe that God will open a window and pour out blessings that we won't have room to receive them. I dare anyone to try God. He is true to His word. God cannot lie and His promises are sure.

Three things will happen to you this coming week:

(1) You will find favour with someone you don't expect;

(2) You will be too relevant to be ignored;

(3) You will encounter God and you will never remain the same again.

My prayer for you today:

The eyes beholding this message shall not behold evil, the hands that will send this message to others shall not labor in vain, the mouth saying Amen to this prayer shall laugh forever. Remain in God's love as you send this prayer to everybody on your list. Have a lovely journey of life! Trust in the Lord with all your heart and He will never fail you because He is AWESOME !


If you truly need a blessing, continue reading this email:

Heavenly Father, most Gracious and Loving God, I pray to you that you abundantly bless my family and me. I know that you recognize, that a family is more than just a mother, father, sister, brother, husband and wife, but all who believe and trust in you. Father, I send up a prayer request for blessings for not only the person who sent this to me, but for me and all that I have forwarded this message on to. And that the power of joined prayer by those who believe and trust in you is more powerful than anything. I thank you in advance for your blessings.


Father God, deliver the person reading this right now from debt and debt's burdens. Release your Godly wisdom that I may be a good steward over all that You have given me Father, for I know how wonderful and mighty you are and how if we just obey you and walk In your word and have the faith of a mustard seed that you will pour out blessings. I thank you now Lord for the recent blessings I have received and for the blessings yet to come because I know you are not done with me yet. In Jesus' name, I pray...AMEN.

Amen

Believe it and you shall be BLESSED!

The problem with many of us is that we don't believe that God will open a window and pour out blessings that we won't have room to receive them. I dare anyone to try God. He is true to His word. God cannot lie and His promises are sure.

Three things will happen to you this coming week:

(1) You will find favour with someone you don't expect;

(2) You will be too relevant to be ignored;

(3) You will encounter God and you will never remain the same again.

My prayer for you today:

The eyes beholding this message shall not behold evil, the hands that will send this message to others shall not labor in vain, the mouth saying Amen to this prayer shall laugh forever. Remain in God's love as you send this prayer to everybody on your list. Have a lovely journey of life! Trust in the Lord with all your heart and He will never fail you because He is AWESOME !


If you truly need a blessing, continue reading this email:

Heavenly Father, most Gracious and Loving God, I pray to you that you abundantly bless my family and me. I know that you recognize, that a family is more than just a mother, father, sister, brother, husband and wife, but all who believe and trust in you. Father, I send up a prayer request for blessings for not only the person who sent this to me, but for me and all that I have forwarded this message on to. And that the power of joined prayer by those who believe and trust in you is more powerful than anything. I thank you in advance for your blessings.


Father God, deliver the person reading this right now from debt and debt's burdens. Release your Godly wisdom that I may be a good steward over all that You have given me Father, for I know how wonderful and mighty you are and how if we just obey you and walk In your word and have the faith of a mustard seed that you will pour out blessings. I thank you now Lord for the recent blessings I have received and for the blessings yet to come because I know you are not done with me yet. In Jesus' name, I pray...AMEN.

Saturday, March 15, 2008

katawa pud mo oi... panagsa ra gud ni...


babae:  nong! sakay ko!
drivr:  cge! asa man ka?
bbae:  diha lang sa kanto! naay bayad ang bata?
drivr:   ay libre lang kay duol man. 
bbae:  ah, ang mosabak naay bayad?
drivr:  wala gihapon!
bbae:  cge nak! sabaka ko... 


BF:  may malaki ako problema.
GF:  wag mo sabihin problema MO lang, problema NATIN dahil nagmamahalan tayo.ngayon ano problema natin?
BF:  nabuntis NATIN si inday at TAYO ang ama..

 
Customer:  Day, kape.
Tindera: Tag P10 na ra ba.
Customer: Diba tag P8 ra na?

Tindera: Nimahal naman gud ang gasolina.

Customer: Ah, ayaw na lang butangig gasolina!
 
AMO: inday gipatotoy na nimo ang bata?
Maid: Yes mam! gipatotoy na.
Amo: Ang sir nimo ningkaon na?
Maid: Naah! mam, dili man mukaon si sir, gipatotoy na lng pud nako.
 
BISAYA: Pabili nga ng lemoncito.
TINDERA: Anong lemoncito?
BISAYA:  Lemoncito gud.. yong maliit na buongon!
 
TEACHER: give me a tag question.
PUPIL: My teacher is beautiful, isn't she?
TEACHER: Very good! Ibinisaya dong.
PUPIL:  Ang akong maestra gwapa, wa sya kuyapi?
 
bana: love, promise sugod karon di na tika luiban. ako nang biyaan ang akong kabit
asawa: wow, tenk you love, ako sad promise, ang sunod natong anak, ikaw nay amahan. promise jud! 
 
security: excuse me po mam, titingnan ko lang ang bag nyo kung merong baril
tiguwang: buang ka! di man gani maigo ang balde sa akong bag, baril pa kaha! 
 
customer: miss, papalita ko ug condom kay birthday sa akong gf
tindera: e-gift wrap pa bani sir?
customer: ayaw na kay mao man nay wrapper sa akong gift 
 
anak: ma, busog nako, dili nako mahurot
mama: hutda dyud na! kabaw baka nga daghan gipang gutom sa kalibutan?
anak: nya kung ako ni hutdon, mabusog sila?! 
 
pasyente: doc, regular lagi ko malibang. kad alas 7 sa buntag
doctor: maayu nuon na! unsa may problema?
pasyente: 8 am man gud ko maka mata!
doctor: toink! 
 
bana: gang, naka-save ko ug 6.00 karon kay ako na man gigukod ang jeep, wala man ko mu sakay
asawa: bogo! taxi unta imung gigukod aron mas dako imong na-save 
 
Doc: Ma'am, naa kay breast cancer.
Ma'am: ha? tinuod ka doc? dili man ko katuo sa imong gisulti! i'm healthy! naa pa ka second opinion?
Doc: Bati pa jud kag nawong!  

 
ATTY:  asa ka pagkahitabo sa rape?
JUN:  sa kamaisan
ATTY:  nag-unsa ka didto?
JUN:  nalibang!
ATTY:  pila ka kadupa gikan sa krimen?
JUN:  naa bay malibang magdupa-dupa? Ayaw pagbugal-bugal 'torni uy!




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Aton Aton Lang Ini....

Here's one Ilongoo checklist you might find handy if you wanna check if you're really an Ilonggo... hehehe
Maayong Aga da …here's a reminder about your genes….

You know you are a true blue Ilonggo if
...

Your one peso is pisos
Your bathroom has at least one lugod (or one for every family member)

Your nanay used to make you drink Mirinda or Royal Tru Orange when you have a fever, which is supposed to make you feel better.


Sinamak is a staple on your dining table (the best
Ilonggo invention if you ask me... it was even banned on airplanes long before 911)

Your toyo is patis and your patis is toyo

You use atsuete for your adobo and refer to pinaksiw as pinamalhan
  
Your daily meal will likely include laswa, kbl (kadyos, baboy, langka), ginat-an nga tambo with tugabang and okra, ginat-an nga munggo, Linutik, apan-apan, etc.

November 1 means eating ibus, suman, suman
Latik,
kalamay-hati, bayi-bayi, valenciana or other native delicacies with glutinous rice and coconut milk.

You call those you love palangga, pangga, langga
or Ga.

You call your siblings or cousins inday, nonoy
or toto... the  househelp may call you the same.

You call those who are older than you manang or manong.

You catch the attention of sales attendants by calling them "day"or "to"

Your childhood games include tumba patis, taksi, panagu-ay, balay-balay, ins, tin-tin baka, etc.

You used to be (or still are) scared to go out at night lest you meet the aswang, tik-tik , tayhu, kapre, kama-kama, morto, etc.

Your grandparents read Yuhum magazine

You call a person, thing, place and
event "kwan" when you forget it (si kwan, ang kwan,
sakwan)

You understand that "Particulars Keep Out" sign means outsiders keep out.

You use words such as "ahay" (expression of
pity, grief, empathy), "yuga" (expression of disbelief, surprise), "ambot ah" (to say you don't know,
expression of impatience).


You often start your sentence with "ti".

You say goodbye by saying "halong".

Your favorite  cusswords are "linte" (if you're slightly pissed off), "lilinti-an" (if you're now really pissed off) and finally "yodiputa" (if you're pissed off big time)

Guilty?
You are indeed a TRUE Ilonggo indeed!






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