Haiti's and Chile's Tragedy

This morning, I attended church mass together with my niece Jhiel. On the part of gospel reading and sermons of the priest, I was emotional and touched with the time he mentioned about Haiti's and Chile's
incident. They’re people blaming, condemning, giving negative feed backs, fate and asking why it happens.

Father is correct, we are lucky enough because, we still here and still alive. Now, how does God want us to live? And what does a walk with God actually entail? Yes, many of the things God us to do against our nature. The Bible urges us to consistently walking with the Lord, walking by faith, even when it’s difficult.

Let us maintain a close walk with God.

Have a blessed Sunday!

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mil0chel said...

Hi there..

Thanks for dropping by my blog :)

Keep up the faith through this Lent season! :)

Denise said...

God bless you.

gallery802 said...

I have learn t to believe in god......God is everywhere.

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