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Ang trabaho ko ay mag-aral ng mag-aral pero paminsan minsan nagdodota din ako.


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If we live for the applause of people, we will also be crushed by the criticisms of people.

Keep things in perspective.
Place Christ at the center.

Eugene Cho (via jspark3000)
Notice the distal part of middle and ring fingers have no creases on them. This was one of the rare cases I saw in our immersion in Polilio, Quezon. The Doc Myx told me that it was a congenital joint contracture of the fingers. The child was born without the ability to bend some of her fingers thus no lines or creases were formed. She was referred to a pediatric orthopedic surgeon.

Notice the distal part of middle and ring fingers have no creases on them. This was one of the rare cases I saw in our immersion in Polilio, Quezon. The Doc Myx told me that it was a congenital joint contracture of the fingers. The child was born without the ability to bend some of her fingers thus no lines or creases were formed. She was referred to a pediatric orthopedic surgeon.

Reblogged from jspark3000
Everyone loves the idea of compassion until it costs them. We love the idea of love until it comes to unlovable people. We think discipleship is a romantic programmatic workshop of willing people: but it’s actually messy, difficult, heartbreaking, and requires your whole life.

What they also don’t tell you is that it’s awesome. When you’re face to face, chair to chair, eye to eye with a real person, there’s nothing like seeing the lights go on, the lies disentangled, the burden lifted, the problems exposed, the trauma healed, the heart rejoicing — there is absolutely nothing that compares to the pinnacle of God’s glory in one human being discipling another. I mean really discipling them, to just love someone. That click you hear is the something-missing being filled. To love people is what you’re created to do. Once you get there, you can’t go back anymore.
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Grace is both our rest and resolve. Grace restores our broken places while also confronting our sin head-on. Grace meets us in our pain but also revokes our pride. It’s the great equalizer which recognizes our desperate human need.

This is why Christ must be the center of everything, of all we teach and preach. Not our fancy pop-psychology or behavioral checklists. As Paul says, ‘I resolved to know nothing except Jesus Christ and him crucified … with a demonstration of the Spirit’s power, so that your faith might not rest on men’s wisdom, but on God’s power.’

It’s only out of gratitude for the grace of Christ that we can really be motivated to follow God at all. The only other option is to beat you down with rules and laws. When you have the security of a never-ending unconditional love, then there’s nothing you wouldn’t do for the one who gave His very life for us. Nothing is off the table for a love like that.

Grace is the unchanging love that changes us; it disturbs our ego and complacency; it is the limitless love that provokes us into the same love. This way takes longer, but its roots grow deeper. It is harder to preach, but its proclamation is what truly transforms.
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Love says: I’ve seen the ugly parts of you, and I’m staying. Matt Chandler (via jspark3000)

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Birdy’s cover of 1901 by Phoenix. Making it into a slower version, It’s surprisingly good.

Friends and Compre

We will have our comprehensive exam tomorrow. All the things that a 1st year medical student should have learned by the end of the school year packed in one 200 item exam and we’re here talking about our lives.

Friends. Haha.

Comprehensive Exam

I went to this new coffeeshop here in Binondo to study for my comprehensive exam. After a few days of playing dota, watching cover vids in Youtube, and doing anything else except studying, I realized that I’m going to fail really bad this coming Wednesday if I don’t start reviewing. This place was just like the other coffeeshops but had lesser chairs and tables which means less noise were made by customers inside. Their coffee was just ok (SB and CBLT have better coffee). They also had free high speed internet. I guess I’ll be spending my time (and money) in Tully’s Coffee in the next days.

Here are some pictures of the place.

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rizzacabrera:

My chains are gone, I’ve been set free

Can’t even begin to explain how much this song means to me

Unending love, amazing grace. Thank You Jesus :)

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danielatumbls:

New video is up! The A Team cover :)

Hope you guys enjoy!

xo,
-D

Daniela’s new cover. And it’s a song from my favorite artist. Yay.