The first two days was a blast!
Yeah! I really had a great time with the first years. Ang saya :)
Yung kaba nawala nung kaharap na namin sila.
Tipikal pero amazing e :) Nagkakahiyaan pa sila, tahimik pero nakakatuwang tignan na alam mong may iba na ring naglalakas loob na mag explore agad. haha! Naeexcite na ako para sa kanilang lahat.
Ayun kung freshman ka sa PUP Psychology Department .. wag kang matakot na magtanong. Tapos yang mga kaklase mo, apat na taon mo yang makakasama kaya wag ka agad magsawa sa kanila. Kasama mo yang lalago, Kasama mong magsusunog ng kilay. Totoo yung sinasabing .. hindi lang sa apat na sulok ng classroom nyo makukuha ang mga karunungan. Madaming Orgs na sobrang magiging malaking tulong para ma-survive nyo ang college. May mga times din na kapag pressured ka na ng sobra sa academics, yang mga tao sa Orgs .. matatakbuhan mo sila para magliwaliw muna :) Tulungan totoo yan!
Wag kang matakot :) Tao din yang mga yan.
I could not ask for more.
Money. Resources. Necessities at kung ano ano pa. Wala kami nyan. All we have are our HEARTS at ang pinakaimportante at pinakamalakas na kasama sa lahat. Kumakapit kami sa Lord.
Panghabang buhay kong dadalhin sa puso ko kung panong pinaniwala at binago ng Diyos ang buhay ko sa pamamagitan ng PUPPSA. We are not a religious organization yet it has an effect on me that brought me closer to God more than any time of my life.❞
May sipon pala si Akio kaya matamlay :3
In life, we all go through a pruning process. God will prune our lives so that we can bear much fruit. To “prune” means something is cut away, something is removed. In other words, maybe a good friend that you counted on moved to another city. Maybe a business shut down that you were connected to, or a relationship went a different direction.
Friend, God knows what you need in your life in order to grow and flourish. Sometimes when things happen that we don’t understand, we have to just trust that He is working behind the scenes preparing you for increase, preparing you to go to another level. Don’t put a question mark where God has placed a period.
When you’re going through transition, don’t get bitter. Don’t get down and think it’s the end. Don’t start thinking that you’re a failure. Have the attitude, “God, I let this go knowing that it was only temporary provision, and what You have in my future will be greater than what I’m letting go of.” If you will accept the change and stay in faith, God will open new doors. He will bring new opportunities, new friendships, and take you to another level of His glory!
But you belong to God, my dear children. You have already won a victory over those people, because the Spirit who lives in you is greater than the spirit who lives in the world. - 1 John 4:4
“In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct your paths” (Proverbs 3:6, NKJ)
God wants to help you in life. Not just in the big things, but in every detail. He wants to help you when you’re cooking dinner or driving in traffic. He wants to help you with your schoolwork, help you be more productive at the office, even help you find what you’re looking for when you’re at the store.
The key is that God will only be involved as much as you allow Him to be. Don’t just invite Him into your day on Sunday. Don’t just ask Him about the big things. Learn to hear His voice in the little things. He is big enough to handle every single detail.
Scripture says, “Acknowledge God in all of your ways.” Not some of your ways. Not just the big things—in all things. If you’ll start acknowledging God in all of your ways, He will crown your efforts with success.
A Prayer for Today
Father, today I open my heart and life to You in a fresh, new way. I surrender every detail, every moment of every day to You. I choose to acknowledge You in all my ways knowing that Your hand is upon me in Jesus’ name. Amen.
“Be still, and know that I am God! I will be honored by every nation. I will be honored throughout the world.” - Psalm 46:10 http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Psalm46:10
“Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding” (Proverbs 3:5, NIV).
Are you facing a situation that seems like it has no logical solution? Sometimes we have to turn our minds off, stop trying to figure it all out, and stop overanalyzing and researching everything. When you don’t see the answer in the natural realm, it’s time to stop leaning on your own understanding and choose to trust God.
Sometimes our minds can be a distraction to our “inner sensor.” Our minds can allow fear and dread to distract us from what God is speaking to our hearts. That’s why the Scripture says that we aren’t to lean on our own understanding. We have to take time to shut off the distractions, shut off fear, and listen to what’s going on inside of us where God speaks. That’s where faith rises up. That’s where all of the sudden you’ll feel a spark of hope even when things look impossible.
Today, no matter what it looks like in the natural, choose to lean on Him. Trust that He has favor in store for your future. Trust that something good is about to happen. As you lean on Him with your mind, soul and strength, you’ll see His goodness and break through to new levels in every area of your life!