Devotion (Day 1 of 90 Days Challenge): No excuse for your calling

There should be NO EXCUSES. Keep running for your calling!

There should be NO EXCUSES. Keep running for your calling!

Read Isaiah 66 and  Jeremiah 1-2

 “ 6 Alas, Sovereign Lord,” I said, “I do not know how to speak; I am too young.”7 But the Lord said to me, “Do not say, ‘I am too young.’ You must go to everyone I send you to and say whatever I command you. 8 Do not be afraid of them, for I am with you and will rescue you,” declares the Lord. 9 Then the Lord reached out his hand and touched my mouth and said to me, “I have put my words in your mouth. 10 See, today I appoint you over nations and kingdoms to uproot and tear down, to destroy and overthrow, to build and to plant.” Jeremiah 1:6-10

Rhema: You should not create any excuse when God calls you. Whatever his calling for you – be it on leading, writing, singing, dancing, etc – you should go for it,  even you think that you’re not good enough or you do not fit on the standard of the world. Just remember, you have a BIG GOD. Excuses should not hinder you to do His calling; it should not paralyze you. God is always on our side so that we may rely on Him.

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Not Ordinary Perfomers

     You see performers doing their best to entertain people, but these performers are behind the norms. They use their ability not just to produce good music, but to connect people to God.


Left: Lou Bocaling, Middle: Rudjie Maghirang, Right: Jet Ambrosio

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My power to communicate

      Before, one of the difficult questions that someone would throw to me is about my talent. When someone asked me “What’s your talent”? I tried to think as much hoping there’s one. I tried to convince myself that maybe I can sing or dance. But Honestly, I’m not good in singing, dancing, acting and even playing musical instruments. I even remember the times that I get jealous with my friends seeing them having a lot of talents.

      But not until I realized that writing is a talent, that communicating well is a talent. I will not forget the moment when someone not that close to me shared her  dilemma. She’s the type of person who finds sharing her problems so difficult. I can see her as a fragile person with a lot of fears that captivates her system. Her friends do not understand her and was very impatient to know the truth. Then as I talked with that girl, I got to sympathize her situation until she opened up. I was surprised seeing her sharing her dilemma to me. Even I’m not so close to her, she still managed to trust me. Her friend got even surprise why she was able to open her problems to me.

     That situation was just one of my experiences. Before, I tend to get jealous with others having a lot of talents. But not anymore. God has put the right capabilities with my system. He has given me something very vital to help others. Sometimes I would kid my friends that maybe in the future, aside from being a writer or journalist, I can work as a counselor or a life coach. Perhaps who knows what the future will dictate? Only God knows then.

—- God bless everyone! I really missed blogging =)



I can’t hide my smile when I saw Granny Gee’s post of on Facebook about her book. It was like telling me that hey my  dream is so possible. If you’ve read my about me page, one of my greatest dreams is to write and publish my book. But sometimes, there will come a time when you start to ask and doubt yourself if you could possibly make it. My fear will suddenly paralyze my entire system and block my grooviest urge to pursue my far-fetched dream.

  But the moment I saw my Granny Gee’s post, it uplifts my spirit. Hey, she just attested that nothing is really impossible. So I believe, I don’t have to settle for less, ’cause I believe I can go for the best. 

our sweet conversation

our sweet conversation

I’m so glad to get to know with Granny Gee. I can’t explain the connection between us even we haven’t seen each other 🙂 I love you Granny Gee.  =)