Paper Charcoal

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July 20, 2016,
Habang nanonood ako ng New Testament nagtitiklop ako nito. Tapos May mga bagay doon na nakasagot sa mga tanong ko. Kaya naisipan kong mag take notes sa mga papel na mahahablot ko. Kaya magulo sulat ko at naisipan kong iprint nalang para mas mabasa ko pagdatin ng panahon na may mga problema ako at trials at ito ang magiging guide ko sa buhay ko. Una, nagtanong yung mga tao kung paano mamuhay ng masaya at mapayapa, sinagot ni JOHN THE BAPTIST: Share with the poor, tell the truth, be fair with others. Para sa akin nang mapakinggan ko yan naisip ko talaga na mahalaga pala talaga ang service, kaya pala gusto ng Diyos na tumulong tayo sa kapwa natin, mahalaga din maging honest at pantay kasi kung gagawin mo nga naman yung mga bagay na ito magiging masaya ka dahil mapiplease mo ang Diyos. Obey God’s commandments, madaling sabihin mahirap gawin, hindi mo lahat magagawa pero magawa mo manlang ng step by step nagagawa mo ay magiging masaya ang Ama sa Langit para sayo. AVOID the DEVIL & be filled with the Holy Ghost. Believe in HIM and Choose the Right, maraming tao ang hindi naniwala sa Diyos pero tuloy parin Siya sa pagtuturo sa tao at pagpapatotoo sa mga taong makasalanan. Mahal ng Ama sa Langit ang makasalanan pero hindi gusto ang kasalanan. Meron ditong nakasulat na sinabi mismo ng Tagapagligtas kung ano dapat ang mga taglay natin ugali para makapiling ang Ama sa Langit: be gentle, patient, & willing to obey Heavenly Father, be righteous & forgive others that hurts you, be peacemaker & love other people, help everyone (ibigsabihin ng everyone lahat, mayaman mahirap maliit matangkad may sakit o wala kaylangang tulungan natin), do good, keep our promises (pati nadin yung covenants natin sa Diyos), be kind to others (be friendly and approachable). Repent and Come unto Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ. Be humble, HINDI dapat natin isipin na…...

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