“Ok, what do I need to accomplish today?” This has been my first thoughts for 4 days as soon as I wake up in the morning. It was those moments when you realize you’re going home again after being away for almost a year, and you are juggling between packing and your office tasks that… Continue reading Going Home: The Checklist
I don’t know if it was the introvert in me or the innermost struggle to humility that makes me not want to be recognized as part of the worship ministry, every time I’m interacting with people within our church. I guess it’s the fact that I’ve always wanted genuine conversations, without any label. Yes, I can lead worship, but I’m no different from anyone else. I’m nowhere near the “holy”assumption on people who stand on stage. Although that is my goal.
I recently joined a small group and felt so at ease especially since the new members didn’t recognize me. It also happened when I attended a leader’s meeting the following week. On both scenarios, they asked for my name and why they haven’t seen me around. Oh, believe me, that felt wonderful. Clean slate. I get excited with conversations with these new friends. But then again, my delight was short lived. As soon as I started sharing how I’ve been in snippets, they started to recognize me.
“Oh! now I remember you! You’re the one who lead worship! I remember you sharing how you got sick. That’s you.” In the other scenario, my seat mate goes…
“Oh yeah! You’re the one in the worship team! I remember now because you mentioned about the pilgrimage in Panama”
Praise God for those moments when they forgot my face but not my message.
I learned that it’s okay for people to recognize me. But I have to make sure that how I live my life screams louder than my credentials, or what look and say.
When we live for Christ, we know that there is something bigger than ourselves. We should become so invisible so people can see more of Him and less of us.
Leaving you all with this amazing song from Casting Crowns:
Only Jesus! << watch this 🙂
*A Servant’s Diary*
“I’m coming!” I was thrilled to see a fellowship invite from my beloved choir. I haven’t been as active for months but I’m constantly seeing updates from the group. I just knew I had to be there. There was a point wherein the choir’s numbers were getting smaller and smaller, to the point where there… Continue reading Meeting my Prayer Intentions
GRADUATION MONTH~ Ah the pride and joy of every parent. I don’t have kids but I have a young nephew (Ivan) & a niece (Lexie) who recently graduated and I’m one proud auntie! It is such a blessing to have family members who are achievers in school. As for my nephew & niece, I am… Continue reading More Than The Medals (A Happy Graduation Post)
We live in a world where we have access to worldwide news 24/7… now what? Ethiopian Air traveling to Kenya crashed and killed all its 157 passengers. The authorities banned the use of the jet-modeled aircraft. On the same week, 50 people were killed when an extremist open fired 2 mosques in New Zealand. The… Continue reading About that Plane Crash & Shooting in a Mosque…
“Lord, do I have a gift of prophecy?” I’ve always had this crazy question every time a preaching, a book, or someone would say something groundbreaking and I’ve already thought about it before hearing it. Turns out, sometimes, it just God’s way of repeating my next mission (should I choose to accept it). Last Feast,… Continue reading Hello God? Are You There?
Do you have a word for 2019? I do. My word is MIRACLE. The Bible says seek and you shall find. I’ve always been on the lookout to find miracles in my everyday life; big and small, and especially during difficult days. I seek for peace. It is a struggle, but so is finding any… Continue reading Miracles of World Youth Day