I can’t sleep. I’ve been having this problem ever since my husband’s shift changed. He now works at night and comes home early morning. But I’m still used to sleeping late at around 1 am. By the time I am sleepy, my husband would come home and then I’ll wake up and then we’ll talk for like an hour then I would struggle to sleep again. I would wake up feeling like I never have complete sleep.
Right now I am listening to the preaching of Pastor Peter on youtube. Might as well use my time listening to God’s word. I love listening to his preachings, they are always informative in the right kind of way.
You have to pay attention though, take down notes. It is best if you have a group to share it with. Teach others. Disciple others.
This has always been one of the things I want to do the most. But I have to be an active member of a local church first. With my work schedule, I can’t attend the church I am currently a member of. I want to fellowship with other members. I want to go deeper.
But I am always open to anyone who would want to learn more about the bible. I miss attending bible studies. Meeting in a cafe and talk about Jesus for hours.
Maybe I should be the one to initiate. Invite people. Yes, that’s it.
I’m feeling sleepy now and I am happy knowing that I have thought of a solution to one of my struggles just by writing my thoughts down.
Thank You Lord God.
What would you tell the universe?
If you can achieve anything you want, what will it be?
You can be a great doctor, or a great musician, or a prolific writer, or a world-renowned actor. What do you want for yourself? What do you want for others? What will you do to make your dream come true? What about the dream of others?
What will your life be like if you would have attained it? Will you be happy? Will you be at peace?
What else are you going to do after you have attained it?
Are you going to call the universe once again?
I want to revive this blog. I am just inspired to try to live healthy again.
Actually, I’ve been watching a lot of vlogs these past few years and lately I’ve been coming across some lifestyle vlogs–like showing what they do for a day. Lots of cleaning and cooking and showing how aesthetic their house/apartment is.
These vlogs are very inspiring. Of course sometimes they would show their faces or their healthy body because they show that they are eating right.
So why blogging and not vlogging? I guess I just feel like I can express myself more through writing. So yeah, I’ll be posting here often fro now on.
It’s been a while since I posted anything here. I just recently came across a post on FB about a blogger that I know with his own book. It prompted me to go to this website and clicked on my links.
A lot of them have matured and are now doing their best to contribute to society and country even.
It makes me hopeful for the future that there are still people who think about others and how they can help to make the world a better place.
The first step is to accept that there is a problem, then think of solutions, allow the process and see the result.
I just want to post something just to say that I am happy for my loved ones because of the great things happening in their lives. Lots of breakthroughs. I am grateful for witnessing these things. God is good all the time.
I can’t sleep. The rain keeps me awake. Or maybe it’s my throbbing legs. They say when you can’t sleep, the best thing to do is talk to the Lord. So I opened my bible and tgis is the verse og the day:
http://bible.com/111/isa.53.3.niv He was despised and rejected by mankind, a man of suffering, and familiar with pain. Like one from whom people hide their faces he was despised, and we held him in low esteem.
How comforting it is that Jesus understands what we are going through. He’s been mistreated as well just like us. He is familiar with pain. He knows about pain. He’s been held in low esteem.
Rejected and alone. Mistreated. In pain. God understands these, too. What’s great is that He is able to defeat all of these trials. He’s victorious. And we can share in this victory only if we accept Him as our Lord and Savior.
We are constantly invited to be in His loving presence.
How comforting it is to know I am not alone–to know that I am loved.