A Cute Love Story

I love short stories and I love love stories! I love the story line and the songs! I love everything! I’m thinking of studying sign language though.

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I Can Hear The Bells (Cover)

I love Musicals! Hope you like this one from Hairspray! =)


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Every setback means you’re one step closer to seeing the dream come to pass. It’s like this:

You are in a room, suffocated for it has no window. Only doors. Lots of doors. You can’t breathe, you gasp for air but you couldn’t. You badly need to get out. You look around and find a golden key in the corner. You grab it and hurriedly approach one door and try the key. It did not fit. Then you try another door without success. You tried and tried until only one door is left. You insert the key in it and the door swung open.

You see, every wrong door leads you closer to the right door. So when one door didn’t work, move ahead and be excited. You are one step closer to that right door God has for you. Don’t give up.

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Wait on the Lord, don’t take Shortcuts!

When we take shortcuts, we forfeit the blessing of having God work for us. Shortcuts will produce Ishmael, not Isaac. Learn to wait upon the Lord and see what He can do!

The ability to wait upon the Lord is based on your knowledge and understanding of who God is. The more you know Him, the more you can wait. If you don’t know God’s heart, why will you wait upon Him?

When God wants to do something great in your life, God wants you to learn to wait so that when that thing happens you and I will know, only God can do it.


God’s promise + God’s way + God’s time = GOD’S BEST!


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When God Says NO

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You pray hard. You utter your declarations every day and every night. You believe. You put your faith in it. You joyfully wait. You wait with expectancy. But when “God will make a way when there’s seems to be no way” hasn’t been granted and “fighting the good fight of faith” didn’t work, when we face no for an answer and experience trials we don’t seem to understand, these verses are a good reminder to keep us going.

1. “This is the message from the one who is holy and true. He has the key that belonged to David, and when He opens a door, no one can close it, and when He closes it, no one can open it.” Revelation 3:7

In this verse, we can see that God is a sovereign God. He can open a door or close it. He is in control. This verse gives us the assurance that as God’s children, when God chose to close a door for us, it’s for the good. He knows what’s best for us, He has great plans for us and He will close anything that will hinder us to achieve that. We can believe that when God closed a door, where we are at that moment is much safer than stepping inside of that door, though we may not understand it at first.

2. Jesus replied, “You don’t understand now what I am doing, but someday you will.”  John 13:7

When I receive no for an answer, I can’t help but ask why. Why me? I serve You Lord, why not me? What’s wrong with me? What’s wrong with my prayers?

But God is holy. He will not allow His people to suffer unnecessarily because He is good.


And God knows better. The most powerful thing we can do is to trust God when we don’t understand.

3. “We know that in all things God works for good with those who love Him, those whom He has called according to His purpose.” Romans 8:28

We wonder how something good can come up with our situation. We don’t know how, but He will make all things work together for our good. He says “all” so it includes the good, the bad and the ugly.

It’s like cooking a dish. Every ingredient has to be in it. The sweet ones, the sours, and sometimes even those we think are insignificant ingredients that we wonder what for. But when the dish was finished, you will know that the dish is superb and those insignificant ingredients became a garnish that made the dish more delectable. Every ingredient should be mixed up to make it really, really good.

4. “To grant [consolation and joy] to those who mourn in Zion—to give them an ornament (a garland or diadem) of beauty instead of ashes, the oil of joy instead of mourning, the garment [expressive] of praise instead of a heavy, burdened, and failing spirit—that they may be called oaks of righteousness [lofty, strong, and magnificent, distinguished for uprightness, justice, and right standing with God], the planting of the Lord, that He may be glorified.” Isaiah 61:3 AMP

I will never forget these words: beauty for ashes. Turning a mess into a message. Only God is capable of doing that. He has His own special ways of bring something good out of a very bad situation. I believe that we experience sufferings and no answers for a purpose. If we put on a good attitude about it, God will allow our story to help and bless others. In the end, for God’s people, their sufferings will bring God much glory and honor in His name. He will be glorified.

I once asked God, why me? I’ve been waiting for this certain prayer to be answered but still, heaven was silent. When He finally answered, it was a no and He made it final. So I asked Him. Why me, God? But God is so gracious and loving that He understands our weak moments. He said to me, “you have a higher calling”.

“When all that is good falls apart, what can good people do?” The LORD is in His holy temple; the LORD sits on His throne in heaven.” Psalms 11:3-4

David didn’t answer his question with an answer. He answered it with a declaration. The LORD is in His holy temple; the LORD sits on His throne in heaven and though sometimes we don’t understand, we can rest in knowing these simple yet profound truths: He knows and He loves us.

When you got your prayer answered and it’s a “no”, don’t give up. Dream a new dream. Pray. Believe again. You may get another “no” but trust that whatever happens, God will make sure it’s for the best.

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The Time Has Come

“… captives will be released, that the blind will see, that the oppressed will be set free, and that the time of the Lord ’s favor has come. ” (Luke 4:18, 19 NLT)

The time has come. I somehow anticipated that this will happen sooner or later. But it still hit me. Right in my heart. I realized you still have that impact on me. That I still care. And that hurts.

But this is what I firmly believe: God is not unfair. He will never be and He will prove it.

He made me realize that where I am right now is where I’m supposed to be. He made it final. He closed the door. And when He closes a door, He opens another door that no man can shut. It is always a comfort to know that God knows where I am and He’s ready to respond when I ask Him to.

But to forgive and to bless the people who hurt you in the middle of pain and confusion is a test of faith. To have the peace of knowing that God’s grace is sufficient in trying times is a test of faith. To breakdown but rise up after the fall is a test of faith. Everything in life is a test of faith. That moment was a test and I’m glad with God’s help, I believe I passed it.

I believe God has prepared me long enough to sustain me when this moment came. I believe I am prepared and His grace is sufficient.

When He permits a suffering, He also provides comfort. I feel His comfort right now. That deep sense of knowing that everything will be alright. That He will make it work for my good. That He has someone better in store for me. He is not yet finished. He’s just starting.

Thank God! Finally, I am free. Free from the illusion that “we” can happen. Free from the years of bondage of holding on to what could have been. Everything’s clear now. It’s over. Finally, I can now let go and move forward. God is faithful. I believe that my time will come and He will make sure that it will be a beautiful moment of understanding on why we didn’t work out.

Friends, when life gets really difficult, don’t jump to the conclusion that God isn’t on the job. Instead, be glad that you are in the very thick of what Christ experienced. This is a spiritual refining process, with glory just around the corner.” (1 Peter 4:12, 13 MSG)

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13 Ways You Know Someone Won’t Be Single For Long

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1. They’re the kind of person who seems completely comfortable with their idiosyncrasies. They don’t complain about their lives or the things they wish they had or how they are a victim because of whatever circumstance. They’re just refreshingly okay with who they are.

2. They smell good, look you in the eyes while speaking, and are slightly more touchy than most. These are the people that are well-liked and easy to connect with.

3. They’ve got swag. I don’t mean this in the dated Justin Bieber kind of way, but it’s an air of confidence they bring with them everywhere they go. They don’t act like everyone else because they don’t have a voice inside that tells them they have to. They’re sure that whatever do or say is just as valid (or more) than others.

4. They don’t come with a ton of baggage. Instead of…

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