November 1, 2020

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    1. We all do, Mandy. We all have words left unsaid. Words that we often wanted to delete and if it can be erase by keyboard strokes, we will be relived to do it. We are walking in JESUS’ path, molded and guided by Him. The HOLY SPIRIT is also convicting us. May we gain lessons and reminders in the aftermath of such defilement. We will still strive, as JESUS commanded, not to defile our mouth with words left undescribed. GOD bless you and your entire family!

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    1. We wish that will be the case Perth Girl but this is, sadly, a fallen world and GOD is the only one who can change all our hearts. But you are right, we can strive to be better now that we have GOD’s grace in our life to walk according to JESUS’ path filled with the workmanship of the Triune GOD. With Him, we are embolden to strive knowing that when we are sensitive about His presence, He does convicts us if not directs us to be gracious with our words. GOD bless you and your family!

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    1. What a coincidence! True kababayan, we will strive to avoid saying things that defile. How are you doing in the time of Rolly? Don’t tell me you are one of the NCR people like me who anticipated but were surprised. We thank GOD and those who prayed earnestly that we did not experienced the worst. Btw, thank you for spreading GOD’s word in Twitter; much appreciated. GOD bless you and your family especially Typhoon Siony is coming.

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      1. That’s true. We are are anticipating the typhoon as well, and thanks be to the Lord that my family and I are safe. Praying also for those who are affected and are badly affected.

        Yes. Spreading it us much as possible. The Lord bless you, and keep you and your family safe.

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        1. Praying for you, your family and our fellow Filipinos in the affected areas. There are lots of flooded subdivisions and barangays as seen in ABS CBN and GMA Youtube channels. Cable is down and brownouts in certain areas.

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    1. True, Jim, we have to contain the evil, sinful, and prideful nature within us through prayer and seeking GOD’s help. Only GOD can truly rescue us from ourselves. He can humble (through discipline or experience) us to speak gently and this time with humility; shunning coursing and unholy anger. Jim, I’ll be updating the document and pictures within 2 hours time. Thank you very much! In my video, you will see how GOD answered your prayers.

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  1. Thanks, Kent. This passage reminds me that one-billion of the world’s people are taught they will be condemned to hell if they eat just one morsel of meat on a Lenten Friday.

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    1. Yes, there are days prior to Good Friday, Tom that 70% or pretty less than that of Filipinos don’t eat pork; believing it will defile them or worse. Per kilo of pork was less expensive while other fresh goods had risen in those days, a decade plus ago. We believe on the Bible including Peter’s vision and not extra biblical ones. What JESUS said is true, it is not what the person eats and gets excreted that defiles him or his unwashed hands that touches the food but what he says does. A person’s awfully sinful words/remarks/anger/seduction is a sin, the pork fat is just simply yummy. GOD bless you and your family.

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      1. Thanks, Kent, and blessings to you and yours. I hope you are doing okay in regards to the typhoon.
        I wrote a post several years ago about how my wife and I went out to dinner with another Christian couple to a Chinese restaurant and they spent quite a bit of time picking apart their eggrolls with their forks trying to remove the strands of pork meat..

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        1. Grateful to GOD that He answers prayers, we are safe, Tom. It is very hard to search strands of meat on eggrolls/shanghai rolls. Coincidentally, I ate one today. That is where their traditions led to (forever running but losing the race) and we are blessed to lean on GOD and His Word. Were it not for grace indeed.

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        2. Praise God that you and yours are safe! Sad that many believers still seek sanctification via the Old Testament dietary restrictions. They must not read the New Testament.

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        3. Praise GOD indeed! Thank you Tom! Maybe they were lead that way or they find peace. We meet Christians too who don’t eat meat and sea life that has no scales. On the otherhand, there are also a cult named “Old Way” in the country that followed the OT ways radically and did not see JESUS as GOD. Only GOD can call these individuals back to Him and away from their cult.

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    1. We all need GOD’s grace and work in us, Alan, to be able watch our heart and be mindful in what words, written or otherwise, we say/write. As the song, “Change My Heart O GOD,” goes, “You are the Potter, I am the clay; mold me and make me, have Thine own way.” GOD bless you and your family!

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    1. True, ma’am Bonnie! May our actions reflect the HOLY SPIRIT’s guidance in our life. We live in reverence to the Triune GOD who is working on our salvation, by not defiling ourselves by our words, written or said. GOD bless you and your family!

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        1. You see things differently and always with a laughable twist. Likewise, this shot of Jinro Green Grape Soju also make me get too close to sleeping. All the best in the US election! Blessing from the Philippines!

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        2. Hahaha, yes, Patrick Stewart has. Yes, the timeline changes, thanks to the reboot, with only Spock as the remnant of the old timeline. Jean Luc is now a robot based on the last episode of Picard.

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      1. Hahaha. Oh that one. My problem with responding is I sometimes forgot to press the reply button so the response becomes a new comment instead. What I do is usually to copy it again and leave a period so I will know which one to throw in the bin. Will, I’ve missed this one.

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