A video of Bolt and Ken Lee just a few hours ago while I was petting them. God bless you all!
Monday, November 17, 2014
It rained cats and dogs yesterday here in Jeddah, the first ever rain of the year. Everybody get so excited every time it rains here. You will see most of their videos and photos in social networking sites such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Here's mine from Instagram.
And here is the full video I uploaded from You Tube.
Friday, November 7, 2014
Picture: Our Alto getting its rear tires changed early this year.
It's been exactly a week today since our car broke down...again. Last year was the first time it broke down. Our daily routine changes significantly without our car, I mean, it's hard, especially when you get used to it. We have to take the taxi now to go to work, although we could reimburse our transportation expenses from our company (through invoices), it's still not the same as having our own car, and that's no brainer.
Also it's been a week since we informed our company office of our predicament so that somebody would take it to the mechanic, but to no avail. We understand that there's no one available just yet but really, sometimes the desperation and the stress of haggling with a taxi driver who at least does not carry a familiar (undesirable) scent almost took its toll on us. Now we are thinking of getting our own car, not a big or expensive car, but just a tiny city car that can adequately ferry us around Jeddah.
We're thinking of getting a Kia - Picanto God willing, or something similar to its stature (cheap and tiny). But we still have to wait for few more days to plan this out. We want to know how the situation goes whether it bodes well to the company by giving us a decent car or they being satisfied with astronomical reimbursements. Who knows they might provide us a new car (which is good) or send our majestically decrepit car to the mechanic which is fine also.
Our car is a Suzuki - Alto, I think it's the cheapest car around. We've been using it for more than six years now since August of 2008. Thank you Lord Jesus for blessing us with this small and humble car. But hey Alto, you should be resurrecting your rear for my sake otherwise it's all about agony in the streets and reluctantly getting immune to the stress, sun, carbon monoxide, dust and familiar scent that is!
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
I love this video. A tearful woman confronts open-air preacher. This woman only likes to see the love, forgiveness, mercy and compassion of God, which is typical of some Christians. She has forgotten the other side of God, a God that hates sin, a God that is just, a God of order, a HOLY GOD. Yes, Yahweh is a loving God, and that's why He uses people like this preacher to spread the gospel and to warn people of their sins. DON'T BE DECEIVED!
In those days came John the Baptist,
preaching in the wilderness of Judaea, And saying,
REPENT YOU: FOR THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN IS AT HAND. ~ Matthew 3:1-2 (AKJV)
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
The Light in the City Church located along the coastline of Silay City in the Philippines has been existing for over a decade with little or no support from anyone apart from the little they could get from members who are mostly small fishermen. The Church building used to stand in a stilt that every time a storm ravages the sea, the waves leave it unusable. The members then had to pool scant resources to rebuild it, and the same cycle repeats every year, God knows how many times in a year. Now they have decided to shift to a much safer location courtesy of one member's generosity to offer part of his backyard. The makeshift worship center has just been started gradually as little help comes in a trickle. I hope and pray that their dream to build a decent and safe worship center be realized by God's grace and your precious help. Praying for you all and God bless everyone.
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For God is not unrighteous
to forget your work and labour of love,
which ye have shewed toward his name,
in that ye have ministered to the saints,
and do minister. ~ Hebrews 6:10