Posted in Everyday Thanks, Prayer

Grateful Heart|01

Thank you, Lord…

  1. My brother was promoted as head coach of the chess team for the upcoming CLARAA meet.  Pa said, that’s the price he got from being honest and standing up for what’s right in spite of the pressure from his colleagues.  Bless him, Lord, in his endeavors to get his trainees to Palarong Pambansa.  Most of all, may Your name be glorified in all His achievements.
  2. Our neighbor who has been living in the U.S. for a very long time now agreed to sell his house and lot to us.  Yeys!  Truly, You are faithful, Lord!  You have better plans for us.  You don’t want the smaller house which was bought by someone just a week before Ma called, but you want to give us the bigger one we’ve all been praying for.  May it be used according to Your will and all for your glory.  Hooray for Crismo Library and Learning Center!
  3. I’m on my way to saving for the future.  I’ve opened a savings account on a trusted bank and also planning to open an account for stocks or mutual fund.  Pa will then teach me how to manage it.  Hoping for the best!
  4. I got another chance to pick another gown of my type for Ate Esang and Kuya Wards’ Wedding.  Hahaha.  Funny that this was my prayer request during our Young Adult prayer time in church this afternoon.  The gown I first chose wasn’t really the type I want to wear on their wedding.  It wasn’t well thought of due to lack of time; but before I could say anything, they called just an hour ago for me prepare the design that I really want.  Yey!  I pray for a good design and a decisive mind.  Amen!

P.S.
Oh, my dear Lord.  Thank you for the ministries you have entrusted me and the opportunities to serve you as a young adult, writer, and teacher.  Please, oh, please…help me to do my responsibilities well.  How I want to serve You better.  May You equip me with wisdom, knowledge, and skills to do it.  Help me to keep my eyes and heart focused on You alone.  May Your name be praised.  In Your mighty name, Jesus, Amen! Amen!

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- teacher, dreamer, sinner saved by grace, ordinary person with an extraordinary God

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