As soon as you’re satisfied with God alone, He’ll bring someone special in your life. (As though God’s blessings are ever earned by our contentment.)

You’re too picky. (As though God is frustrated by our fickle whims and needs broader parameters in which to work.)

As a single, you can commit yourself wholeheartedly to the Lord’s work. (As though God requires emotional martyrs to do his work, of which marriage must be no part.)

Before you can marry someone wonderful, the Lord has to make you someone wonderful. (As though God grants marriage as a second blessing to the satisfactorily sanctified.)

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When I was an intern at a local church, I was asked by a five-year-old kid (who happens to be the pastor’s daughter)…

Where is God?

I answered, “God is in our hearts, if He is our Lord and Savior.

If God is so big”, she said in response, “how can He fit in our heart?

I think I had a hard time answering that question. Sometimes, a kid could ask the hardest questions. We will be talking about God’s omnipresence and answer the question “Where is God?” Read the rest of this entry »

The Theology of Dr. Strange

Posted: November 3, 2016 in Films
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It’s not about you.

This isn’t Rick Warren’s quote now. It’s the Ancient One. Marvel hits a lot of theological points that would make atheists think twice. Here are seven points that we can say about the theology of Dr. Strange.


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My brothers, show no partiality as you hold the faith in our Lord Jesus Christ, the Lord of glory. – James 2:1

We are partial to people specially when it talks about race.
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Posted: October 13, 2016 in TLCC
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If there is one person who is famous (or infamous) other than Jesus, he is no other than Judas. He was the accountant in their group, more like the treasurer who holds the money. Some lessons we can learn from him as we studied the book of Luke is… Read the rest of this entry »

(As shared in University of San Carlos – Main Campus, September 29,2016)

Champion. What is a champion? Read the rest of this entry »

(As shared on September 24, 2016 in Gloria Maris, Greenhills)

Engagement varies in different cultures but Biblically, we see it as early as Genesis. Abraham, gave specific instructions to his servant on looking for a bride for Isaac. The book of Ecclesiastes also states “Two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their toil.” (Ecc. 4:9) Read the rest of this entry »

Someone asked me how do we balance stewardship (focusing on eternity) and honoring God (through studying). Here’s my view… Read the rest of this entry »

In following Jesus, some would come to a point of being a disciple while others would come to a point of being a deserter.

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Reading through the book of Luke, I realized that God is really at work in terms of salvation. This is something that he does, and not a work of man.

Look at the case of Zacchaeus (Luke 19:1-10) Read the rest of this entry »