Monthly Archives: August 2007

Book Review: ‘Your Rights to Riches’

I’ve just finished reading the book that a blog friend has sent. And here’s how I feel and think about the book “Your Rights to Riches” by Dr. Henry Wolmarans. When I browsed through the first pages of the book, … Continue reading

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Out of the Pit

It took me some time — around 18 months to be exact — to update my Christian devotional blog Fish & Loaves, formerly found on Blogspot here. There were reasons for the delay. I went back home to the Philippines … Continue reading

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Haste is easy to avoid. It just requires patience. I personally don’t have any so that does complicate the problem in my case. And it always seem that when I’m the most pressed for time that other issues come to … Continue reading

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Overflowing with Thankfulness

6So then, just as you received Christ Jesus as Lord, continue to live in him, 7rooted and built up in him, strengthened in the faith as you were taught, and overflowing with thankfulness.– Colossians 2:6-7 Christian life should be characterized … Continue reading

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Yep, there are times when this really is your only choice. You try and try, but sooner or later you just have to sit down and fact the facts. That is what Otis calls it when he starts talking in … Continue reading

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The Difference between a Job and a Ministry is…

One day Napoleon got wounded by a bullet so he allowed himslef to undergo surgery in order to extricate the bullet in his chest. Now the doctor operating has operated France’s emperor while he’s awake, so while operating Napoleon noticed … Continue reading

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Blessed be Your Name – The Songs Of Matt Redman

A dear friend gave me a CD “Blessed Be Your Name – The Songs of Matt Redman Volume 1”. It now lives in my CD player in the car. I kid you not, I have listened to this CD over … Continue reading

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