When The Answer Is No

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When God says no, it just simply means he has better plans away from what you have imagined. It may be painful and difficult, but it will surely refine you.

It may leave you wondering but you have to believe that there is a purpose why He allowed it to happen. Trust that it will shape you and will make you the best version of yourself no matter how it may look vague.

Maybe, as of the moment, you have been undergoing testing and you can’t fathom it. Numerous questions have been bombarding your mind. And as much as you try to decipher your situation, you remain oblivious. Totally clueless.

Though you hardly understand it, you have to put your trust to Him and embrace the fact that He has a perfect and right timing. He will reveal it according to His timetable. It may not be too soon, but definitely He will.

We may both do not know when that right time will knock, but we have to keep our faith no matter what. His timetable is never align to our own time; He has his own. Yet, one thing is for sure, He will allow you to fully grasp it when you are ready enough to handle it.

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For now, you have to remain still and firm. Stay calm. Trust His time. Take it slow. Believe. Don’t rush; be patient.

Because God surely knows what He is doing. He is moving even you felt He’s not. He takes control even you think He’s not. He loves you.

Remember in 2 Corinthians 4: 17-18“For our present troubles are small and won’t last very long.  Yet they produce for us a glory that vastly outweighs them and will last forever.  So we don’t look at the troubles we can see now; rather, we fix our gaze on things that cannot be seen.  For the things we see now will soon be gone, but the things we cannot see will last forever.”

Keep in your heart and mind that it is for a purpose. It will not happen just for nothing. It is never in vain and surely it works for your good.

Keep on moving forward. Take your faith higher. Intensify your prayer. Don’t quit. Keep journeying with Him. In His perfect will and time, He will reveal the purpose and you have to be ready. Prepare yourself for He will only show it once he saw your faithfulness and maturity. 

Do not be disappointed. You are in the process. You just don’t know that God is already putting you to the direction He has already planned long before.

His directions will never come in a straight and smooth form; most of the time it is curvy and messy. Nonetheless, despite the twist and turn, all trials and challenges will soon lead to a wonderful destination.

And when you get there, you will finally recognize that it’s not just about the destination, but also about the process you’ve been through.

Keep the faith! Don’t settle. Keep conquering!

Romans 8:12 And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose.

 

To all Cell Leaders

Once and for all, I would like to commend you. I salute your heart for the vision and your utmost love for the lost and the nation.

It is never an easy job, but the most fulfilling. It takes your heart and your whole self. Changing lives, loving the unlovable, and raising up leaders to transform this nation – how could someone underestimate your job description?

Most often than not, you love investing time, effort, money, and everything that you’ve got. Whether you are students or working, you love putting other people first.

Everyone acquainted to you was in awe of what you have become now – mature, better, and significant person. Looking back of how your life, you have gone so far and people around you could not conceal how they are grateful and proud of you.

Thank you for living your life for the vision. For pursuing God’s dream over your life. What you have sown today will impact tomorrow, and will change the world. Nothing will be put into waste.

You may experience lack of sleep or lack of rest time, but just take heart. Your labor is not in vain.

Just don’t give up, don’t neglect your duty. God is seeing you. He will never let His righteous man fall. We have still lot of things to do, let’s GO BEYOND!

Value what you have now. No matter how small or big it is. Whether you’re starting or been for years now, God will give what you desire in the proper time. The time when you’re ready enough to handle the blessings.

In times you think of giving up, think of the first time you have experienced the love of the Lord. Think of your past victories and His promises on your life. He will do as He promise, just wait patiently.

Lose yourself for the greater cause and you will not just be successful but you will be significant, adding value to other people.

Thank you for allowing yourself to do so. The credits all go to our Lord who continues to change, correct, and remind us to do and embrace our calling.

I am also a cell leader, leading people back to Christ and raising up leaders whom the multitudes will follow. I am not ashamed of my calling. I am proud and will always be grateful that God qualified me and used me to do extraordinary things. I am privilege to be called.

To all the Cell Leaders, let’s die on the vision and embraced this calling. Go beyond what you can do. If you want to reach that picture of your future, leave your comfort zone.

What can I give the Lord for all that he has done for me? – Psalm 116:12

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God bless everyone!

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My blog is already outdated from the track of my life. It saddens me to see that I wasn’t able to post the peak of my year. I considered my four months of hiatus here on my blog as the peak of my year. That months have helped me grow as an individual, as a student, and as a Filipino. I’m really looking forward to share those stories here before 2013 ends.

I know the feeling is not the same if I posted that at the exact time I’ve done or experienced it. But I still have someway to share those on you. I have to make a way. I can’t afford that those stories or experiences will just remain on my memory. Who knows that those situations that I have experienced could change someone else? Those stories can inspire, influence, and instigate someone to do his own action for change. Hmmm, are you excited about that? I hope so. Anyway, Thank you for visiting my outdated blog. haha.  As much as I promise to post on my blog regularly, I hope my time and persistence would compel me to keep that promise. 🙂

FYI, I just turned 18 last November 15. I’m now officially at legal age and of course a WOMAN. Let’s embrace life with excitement and love. No matter how busy we are, let’s not forget to smile. God bless everyone

Much Love,

Amae – though I’m piled with tasks and tight sched, I’m still the Amaezing Kid ❤

INVITATION!

24 Do you not know that in a race all the runners run, but only one gets the prize? Run in such a way as to get the prize. 25 Everyone who competes in the games goes into strict training. They do it to get a crown that will not last, but we do it to get a crown that will last forever. 26 Therefore I do not run like someone running aimlessly; I do not fight like a boxer beating the air. 27 No, I strike a blow to my body and make it my slave so that after I have preached to others, I myself will not be disqualified for the prize. – 1 Corinthians 9:24-27

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Oceans (Where Feet May Fail) by Hillsong

Once again, sorry for a long a hiatus. It has been a month since I last updated my blog. I can’t tell you yet the reason why I’m occupied with a lot of things. But one thing for sure, this is for my campus!

Anyway, this song keeps me motivated and strengthens me every single day.  I hope you get inspired through this song. Be blessed!

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Life Verse

“It is God who arms me with strength and makes my way perfect. He makes my feet like the feet of a deer; he enables me to stand on the heights. He trains my hand for battle; my arms can bend a bow of bronze. You give me your shield of victory, and your right hand sustains me; you stoop down to make me great”. – Psalm 32-35

Pangasinan: My Home Town

It’s nice to be back to the place you considered home. After two years, I’m finally back to my mama’s hometown (Pangasinan) where half part of my childhood happened. I really did enjoy our vacation though it was just a short time. I got to meet my lola (grandmother) after for years and even my childhood friends.

I’m home!

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