My dad always reminds me that:
” Whenever someone is teaching, reminding, or helping you, do not answer with an ‘I know’ instead, say ‘thank you’ for their effort to show they care. “
There are times, when people would always remind me to do something and I answer with a rude “I know, I know” oblivious to the fact that I have somewhat hurt their feelings.
Not many people know this.
One time, I was telling my friend about being able to use the computer lab and use the internet at school, she was sooo excited, then her friend came and said “We already know that” and I felt kind of… deflated…
‘They knew?’ I remember thinking.
Well isn’t that a bummer? I wonder what would it feel like to say “I love you” to someone but not being able to hear it back because they ‘claim’ they already know…
I know God loves me and God knows I love him. He already knows everything. But God wants us to talk to Him. He wants us to have a relationship with Him. Even though He already knows.
Dedicated to: My daddy, Byron Pacis.
I am familiar with all your ways ~ Psalm 139:3
I was just thinking… If everything has a reason, then what was the reason behind all these blogging besides the fact that I like blogging, writing, etc.
Do not own pic.
Well there is also this one reason which I just found out today… So I was reading Justin’s blog and he mentioned something about him reading the bible from his app, and I kind of got embarrassed ’cause, well, I don’t really read the bible unless I am in church… yeah…
And I just noticed that whenever I need a bible verse for my blog/ post, I research or scan for a good verse, and that seems to be the only time I get to read the bible or have the willingness to read the bible. I know I should read the bible more often (I’m working on it).
And I love sharing the word of God, it just makes me feel good and free in such a way…
Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us, to Him be glory in the church by Christ Jesus to all generations, forever and ever. Amen. -Ephesians 3:20-21
“But we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery, even the hidden wisdom, which God ordained before the world unto our glory” 1 Cor. 2:7
God works in mysterious ways…