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Good lessons from an unexpected source...Tiktok :)

  God does work in mysterious ways.  He speaks to us even in Tiktok. And this is what my fave friars will be talking about below.  Enjoy.  
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Anger

 In the heart, a tempest swirls, a fiery tide,  Anger roars, a tempest deep inside.  It burns like a wildfire, untamed and wild, A tempest of emotions, a storm compiled. Red-hot flashes, like lightning's fierce strike, In anger's grip, reason takes a hike. A raging sea, turbulent and vast, Anger's hold is strong, it won't be surpassed. But in this storm, there's a lesson to learn, To harness the tempest, to tame and discern. For anger, though fierce, can teach us the way, To grow, to evolve, to find a brighter day. So let it remind us, in its fiery dance, That anger, too, deserves a chance. To guide us toward a place of peace, Where anger's storm, one day, will cease.

"Inspiring Christian Defenders and Faith Leaders: Their Lives and Quotes"

 Title: "Inspiring Christian Defenders and Faith Leaders: Their Lives and Quotes" Introduction Throughout history, there have been remarkable individuals who have passionately defended the Christian faith and contributed to its growth and understanding. In this blog post, we'll introduce you to some of these inspiring Christian defenders and faith leaders, along with their most memorable quotes, shedding light on their contributions to the world of faith and spirituality. 1. John Lennox Memorable Quote: "Atheism is a worldview, and it takes a lot of faith to be an atheist." John Lennox is a mathematician, philosopher, and Christian apologist who has made significant contributions to the dialogue between science and faith. Through his debates with prominent atheists and his written works, Lennox encourages us to explore the harmony between science and Christianity. 2. Nabeel Qureshi Memorable Quote: "Seeking after truth and seeking after God were ultimately

The NCAT miracle

  I want to share with you a real story of someone I know.  I think his story is relevant nowadays because he truly believes that God had intervened in his case and it's so because it proves that the living God is present amongst us as  the Holy Spirit. My friend has been stressed out for these past months and I don't blame him.  He and his family were renting on a property for more than 10 years.  They then decided to move to another area and since moving out, something unexpected happened.  The landlord of the property he and his family was renting for more than 10 years, demanded that he pay for alleged damages to the property amounting to 13 thousand dollars like 3 months after they left the property. This left him in shock and disbelief as that amount is something that he can't just obtain and give for these allegations.  He tried to clarify on the reasons for the demand and they presented him with details of the alleged damages.  He assessed it and said that there are

The 12 Apostles

  In these days he went out to the mountain to pray; and all night he continued in prayer to God. And when it was day, he called his disciples, and chose from them twelve, whom he named apostles; Simon, whom he named Peter, and Andrew his brother, and James and John, and Philip, and Bartholomew, and Matthew, and Thomas, and James the son of Alphaeus, and Simon who was called the Zealot, and Judas the son of James, and Judas Iscariot, who became a traitor. Luke 6:12-19

The Book of Job: Synopsis and Lessons

  The Book of Job is a part of the Hebrew Bible and the Old Testament of the Christian Bible. It is considered one of the most profound and challenging books in the Bible. The central character is Job, a wealthy and righteous man living in the land of Uz. He is known for his piety and devotion to God. Job's life takes a dramatic and tragic turn when Satan challenges his faithfulness. Satan suggests to God that Job's righteousness is a result of his prosperity and that he would curse God if he were to face suffering. God allows Satan to test Job's faith, but with the condition that he does not harm Job physically. Job's suffering begins with the loss of his wealth, his children, and his health. He is afflicted with painful sores and is left in misery. Throughout his ordeal, Job's friends, Eliphaz, Bildad, and Zophar, come to visit him and attempt to provide explanations for his suffering. They suggest that Job must have sinned grievously to warrant such punishment, u