Unbelievable Experience of Healing. The Lord’s Amazing Job!

Good morning, folks! I had just been healed from migraine! I was watching C3 Church’s Presence 2015 Session 10 by Daniel Kolenda last night until I fell asleep. When I woke up, I had migraine that used to happen oftentimes. I’ve always depended on my medicine and medicated oil that take away the pain most of the time. Never a year, month, or week goes by without having it for less than 2 decades now. Going back, when I woke up, I turned on my Mac and played where I remember I stopped watching last night. I’m playing the video again right now…

They prayed for the sick, there would be a gift of healing released not just in the conference but also in the internet where I’d been on. Daniel Kolenda taught us to heal the sick. He said that we have this idea that healing was something reserved for super Christians -that’s what I’d always felt after praying for years to God to heal me and after being dependent on my medicine which I eventually called my “miracle drug” and on my medicated oil from Vietnam. Anyone close to me will agree on that. I’ve always been obedient to pray for this migraine but I didn’t get healed. I used to think that it was my fault why it stayed because when I prayed, at the back of my mind, there was always a doubt (that I always rejected). To continue, Daniel Kolenda asked who needed to be healed that night, who has a sickness in their body… to raise their right hand.

So I was ready to do exactly the way Daniel Kolenda would tell us to do, to follow his instructions, to put the right hand on my head, to not beg God to heal me… and to utter:

“Get out right now in the name of Jesus! Be healed in Jesus’ name! Now name that thing (migraine) to go! Sickness, go in the name of Jesus! Depression, go in the name of Jesus! Cancer, get out in the name of Jesus! Arthritis, go! Blindness, go! Be healed in Jesus’ name!”

He said that it’s not about our prayer but it’s about Jesus who heals, Jesus who wants to heal, and Jesus who wants us to be healed. I believe that Jesus wants me to be healed! Steadily, I felt a cooling sensation on the left side of my head where the pain remained, then migraine gone in less than 5 minutes and just received the healing! I cried. I was in denial. I was not expecting this because I did this with tears countless times before. The Lord knows that. But I never stopped hoping and believing in His healing power in Jesus’ name!

Jesus, thank you for this unbelievable experience! It may be nothing to others but this healing will make me trust you more and make my faith stronger. You did an amazing job, Lord! Glory to you! I love you!

The Unexpected Benefits of Generosity


So true!

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Money is a hot topic in our culture. Everyone wants more of it, anyone can get it, few seem to keep it and even fewer gladly give it. There are spenders, investors and savers, but there aren’t nearly as many givers.

The Money Trap

In America money is king. We look to it for security, happiness and freedom. We hoard it to make ourselves feel safe from potential disasters like illness, unemployment and unexpected expenses.  We spend it on frivolous pursuits like excessive shopping, expensive dinners and extravagant vacations to temporarily gratify our appetite for pleasure. Worst of all, we pursue it tirelessly working ourselves to the bone 60+ hours per week at sometimes two or even three jobs because we believe the lie that if we could some how get more of it we would be free to retire, work less and play more.

The sad reality is that money always promises…

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Abiding in Dwelling In

Jesus said that if you are really His disciple and don’t just say you are, then you should be abiding in His Word. The Greek word for “abide” is “menō,” and it means “to remain in, to tarry, not to depart from.” If you are abiding in, dwelling in, living in, and not departing from His Word, then you can know you are His disciples.

If you rarely read His Word, rarely study His Word, and infrequently listen to His Word, then you might want to reconsider whether you really are (truly) His disciple. Jesus equated abiding in His Word with being His disciple. There’s not much wiggle room in that sentence (John 8:31).

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“Lord, with all my heart, I worship You.”

So overwhelmed by the list of work things to do… That’s why I missed to write on my blog last month. I’ve been sleepless since Monday. Hard! But the Lord’s presence never left me. I was never alone. Having a consistent time for prayer, bible reading, devotion and worship are the things that keep me going. Really.

One of my favorite worship tracks I play on Spotify is I Give You My Heart by Hillsong United. “This is my desire to honor You. Lord with all my heart I worship You. All I have within me, I give You praise…”

Break Time!


It’s been almost one month since the last post on my blog. These past few weeks I have been always caught up in the busyness of the world.

I took a break from Facebook for hours yesterday and felt so refreshed. I wanted to just have a very relaxed weekend and spend time with friends who are depressed, who need to be reminded of God’s love, who need prayers, who are rattled, who are sick, and who miss my Winnie-the-Pooh hug. :)

Reading back the notes on my phone that I got from my daily bible reading and quiet time makes me feel good in sharing how God has proven Himself time and time again that He cares for you even if you feel like giving up. So today, I’m reading back and just relaxing in His embrace.

Some notes shared with friends:

Do not be afraid. Ask God without a doubt. God is faithful. God is at work. Our future, in God’s hands, is blessed.

If you notice, I do have simple notes but it is something worth keeping in my heart. I’m nothing but a small spot in the universe but when my friends message me that I was able to comfort them, that I’m someone who doesn’t get depressed, and that they thank God for such an assurance of His love through me, it makes me happy because they feel significant, loved, and so special.

It’s a joy to be a part of their lives somehow. This is a real encouragement for me to continually share God’s precious promises with others without fear.

♥  ♥  ♥

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Overnight Staycation at Azumi Boutique Hotel

So for our holiday, I purchased a Deal Grocer coupon of Azumi Boutique Hotel’s Bestselling Queen Room Getaway for 2 for my brother and me!!! Checked out this afternoon, we enjoyed the coziness of the hotel, excellent customer service of the staff, its infinity lap pool made of saltwater with a view of the Alabang city skyline, and its food served by Romulo Café. Thank you so much, Lord, for providing us with this. I’ve been so stressed lately so I needed this so badly. Thank you!