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  • “Jesus Wept”

    Twice, Jesus wept. Once, before He raised a dear friend who had just died. And once for Himself, before He died and rose from death. We all know that death brings on tears; but study the events closely in order to understand what was truly happening. (John 11) The first time, Jesus had intentionally allowed […]

  • Casinos or CHA(SIN)OS? A Magical Spell

      The history of casinos does not begin with “fabulous Las Vegas”. Casinos began in Italy in the 1800’s as part of a carnival. People have always had derived great pleasure when engaged in two things: playing games and making money. Combine both desires and we have a potent mix for one of the most […]

  • The Parable of the Divided Kingdom and the Angel

    (Based on real characters and events in the past, present and future) One day, an angel paid a visit to a kingdom in Asia to mediate between the king and the high priest. The former had waged a verbal war against the latter’s priests’ hypocritical behavior, causing no small storm of discussions among the people […]

  • Jesus — Mighty Rule-Breaker

    The greatest irony regarding Jesus Christ is the fact that, having clearly begun His work upsetting and exposing misdirected beliefs, burdensome institutions and pretentious leadership, He has been reprogrammed by those very same discredited structures and promoted as the source and defender for establishing old or recycled rules already abolished. Thus, we see many of […]

  • EJK — What Hollywood and the Philippines Have Plenty in Common

    In spite of the hundreds of articles, memes, news, sound-bites and programs on the issue, mostly in the social media and the media networks, I have hesitated to write anything in reference to extra-judicial killing (EJK) since it became quite a buzz six months ago. Then there are the many discourses, chats and arguments that […]