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Monday, August 29, 2005
My Foolish Baggage
   In my life I am still carrying so many baggage that hinders me on my straight walk in the Lord... I mean it I am guilty about it... yet still I am praying to the Lord that I may given up everything to God... I got this forwarded email today from a friend that made me realized how's my walk of faith doing lately...

   Let me share....

   Let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which so easily ensnares us. Hebrews 12:1
   In 1845, the ill-fated Franklin Expedition sailed from Englandto find a passage across the Arctic Ocean. The crew loaded their two sailing ships with a lot of things they didn't need: a 1,200-volume library, fine china, crystal goblets, and sterling silverware for each officer with his initials engraved on the handles.

   Amazingly, each ship took only a 12-day supply of coal for their auxiliary steam engines. The ships became trapped in vast frozen plains of ice. After several months, Lord Franklin died. The men decided to trek to safety in small groups, but none of them survived.

   One story is especially heartbreaking. Two officers pulled a large sled more than 65 miles across the treacherous ice. When rescuers found their bodies, they discovered that the sled was filled with table silver. Those men contributed to their own demise by carrying what they didn't need. But don't we sometimes do the same? Don't we drag baggage through life that we don't need? Evil thoughts that hinder us. Bad habits that drag us down. Grudges that we won't let go. Let's determine to "lay aside every weight, and the sin which so easily ensnares us" (Hebrews 12:1). Dave Egner
                
The world has lost its transient lure
Its evil spell I shun;
I've set my course for higher things
Till earth's brief race is run. - Bosch

   Keep out of your life anything that would crowd Christ out of your heart.

Posted at Monday, August 29, 2005 by Star-Tariray
LeT mE kNoW UR tHoUgHtS.......  

 
Friday, August 26, 2005
It made me thinking...
   What can I say, I have been reading books such as the purpose driven life and some others that made me into thinking my purpose in life... I have long concluded that everything happened with reasons and plans and nothing happens by chance and that whatever the outcome would be.. it is based on how we react and decide upon that certain situation, on how we handle it and there it is the effect of that decision that we made.
    
   I know the Lord already preapared a layout of our life and that we have our "Free Will" to decide on things and situations...

   It made me thinking....that each person who enters our life has a unique lesson to teach us. It is only through these lessons that we learn about life, people and our relationships with God....

Posted at Friday, August 26, 2005 by Star-Tariray
LeT mE kNoW UR tHoUgHtS.......  

 
Thursday, August 25, 2005
What I have learned...
   It's painful though I still could bear and carry on... It broke my heart and tore my dreams apart yet I was healed and learned to stand up and mend the broken pieces of me... I learned to forgive and let go and move on and do much better than what I can...

   And now I learned another life's lesson that teaches me to understand life....

   When a loved one is unfaithful to you, it teaches you that resisting temptation is Man's greatest challenge. Be vigilant in your resistance against all temptations. By doing so, you will be rewarded with an enduring sense of satisfaction far greater than the temporary pleasure by which you were tempted.
  

Posted at Thursday, August 25, 2005 by Star-Tariray
LeT mE kNoW UR tHoUgHtS.......  

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