In the past week, my family and I had been to a trip to Calamba, Laguna, the place of my childhood. This is where I grew up and went to grade school. We visited this resort where we just relaxed and kept close ties to one another. Here are some of those photos I’ve taken, which I think turned out nicely. You can check out the resort’s site here.
I just had this realization that it has been over a year since I’ve written Greyskeil Rainbow’s most popular post = No Matter What. If you haven’t read it yet, I encourage you to do so. It’s a short story I’ve written with most of my thoughts, my emotions, about what God might be thinking and that battle against self-doubt.
It’s a bit stupid to think that it has beena year, and yet, somehow, I still don’t grasp this clearly, or..I feel as if I’m not in the right position yet. But, actually, there is no need to over complicate things. But, I actually do.
Being a Christian isn’t easy. There are times when we doubt God, and sometimes…we doubt ourselves.
No Matter What highlights some of these thoughts that I have also been anxious about in the past (and sometimes even now).
“I am being clouded by fearful imaginations,
That the day might come when I will fail you, Lord.
And that I might not stand in front of you,
That you would reject me.”
“Let God speak to you and open the door to many possibilities.
His plan for you and your efforts to prove yourself may not be one and the same,
for one thing, you don’t have to prove yourself to Him.
He loves you the way you are and will always love you no matter what.”
“Faith is seeing light with your heart when all your eyes see is darkness.”
Hi there guys. I think I really need to write here more often now. I shouldn’t worry about all the other things.
God tells us not to worry anyway.
“My yoke is easy and my burden is light.” -Matthew 11:30
But, recently, I’ve been into much anxiety, jumping from hope to despair, faith to doubt, somewhat inconsistent…and I’ve also been trying to give myself a sense of direction. And there’s nothing wrong with that..
With so much of the future lacking clarity, questions popping up in our heads saying,
“Will I be alright?”
“Will my future be fine?”
“Will I be ready to face the world in time?”
As I look through Facebook, I can’t help but feel sad sometimes because of the people who make it big, who achieve a lot of things and have a clear direction to what they are doing.
While me, I pretty much don’t think I’m ready yet, I just overthink things and I’m stopping out of college for this semester.
But that’s no reason to be sad now, eh?
I still think everything will be okay. I have a big God, and He’s not done with me yet. I’ll just be thankful for what I have, live life loving others, and that’s all there is to it! :) He is my Provider, my Comforter.. :)