Children of God

This past weekend was our church’s annual summer retreat. Though I had my reservations about attending, I must say, the uncertainty that I initially had, was completely uncalled for. Having the opportunity to attend this camp was truly the highlight of my Summer. Being able to talk with and also hear from Dr. Sean Ho about being children of God was the awakening I needed.

Life is often full. Full of everything one wants to fill it with. Loved ones to be with, appointments to tend to, and even needs that oneself wants to be filled. In the midst of all that, we may lose out on who we are. Who God had initially called us to be, but we brushed to the side, because of our own grand plans; our dreams; our “callings”.

We are lucky. That we even know of Him. That we were given the privilege to follow Him. That we are able to love and be loved by Him.

Words truly cannot describe my emotions that I have felt through the endurance of this camp. I can only say: Thank-you Lord for letting me attend. To letting me be amongst the midst of others who love you greatly. To be able to worship, praise, and also pray with them was a blessing. So thank-you Lord.

So in Christ Jesus you are all children of God through faith, for all who were baptized into Christ have clothed yourselves with Christ. [Galatians 3:26-27]

So take this heart, Lord
I’ll be your vessel
The world to see
Your life in me.


Acoustic Broken Hearts

How do you call this love?

Sometimes you assume it’s just the glance that caught and mesmerized you, but really, it was their whole being and you realize, you’ve fallen.

Fallen deep down into the depths of happiness and consciousness of the fate-driven twined steps.

Following through


A take-out for me is probably what a certain someone reminded me of yesterday, the importance of consideration in the links of friendship between two people. Maybe most of us have been brought up and grown with the notion that our actions reflect upon ourselves, how others perceive us, and to treat others how we want to be treated. Even with those reminders, there are still some who struggle with keeping up on their end of things.

Like birds who may fly in groups, or meet up with their beloved at the end of a long day, they will always have another to depend on when needed. What if relationships with others were that easy, the sole purpose in life to treat the others as your best, to ensure they are never lonely nor hurt, and just to delve in the happiest things in life together?