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Alone in this world,
beckoned by transgressions;
countless miseries
darted in as I journey.

All I had was loneliness
before you showed up;
charismatic, brilliant, and poise
dignified preacher of great stature.

Amazing things happened
brought upon by your teachings;
confusions of mine gone,
disappeared in darkness.

Anticipation grew,
begun a grandeur faith;
Christ Jesus leads me now
death’s power has been dispelled.


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There are many reasons why we should offer sacrifice of thanksgiving to God. Mine is actually countless. I could never imagine existing without God in my life. He gives me the strength I need each day to carry on my tasks for the ministry and my family.

THE ACTS 17:28
For in him we live, and move, and have our being; as certain also of your own poets have said, For we are also his offspring.

No matter how difficult life is, God does not give up on me so why should I give up and quit serving Him. Sure, troubles and sufferings, even persecutions abound if you are truly a Christian and serving God the right way. But are these things really enough to make

you quit in your service to the Lord? No, because we are made strong by these trials. We can do it if we renew our faith and trust in the Lord and do His will.

Nay, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him that loved us.

I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me.

Let’s continue to serve God and thank Him continually. Life everlasting and eternal joy await us once we’re done with the pain and sufferings of this world.

Then shall the King say unto them on his right hand, Come, ye blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world:

To God be the glory forever!

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TOP CoverTime is one thing that humankind was not able to conquer; instead, time conquers and dominates every human being. No one is spared. That is why even kings, magistrates, medical doctors, and poor people fears time.

The human race is connected and intertwined by time. One person may be the past, you are the present and somebody else is the future. Indeed, time connects the mankind like a chain from the beginning to the end. However, time will inevitably end in eternity. In eternity, time is already conquered.

Excerpted from The Old Path Magazine | Vol. 1 No. 2 | 2005

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TOP CoverEven before the ancient civilization, men are hunters. They make clothes out of the fur of animals they killed and they take refuge in caves. During the ancient civilization, the Egyptians, who are concerned with their shelter and protection after death, placed treasures, clothes and furniture in their tombs for use in the “afterlife”. The Greeks, however, take refuge in the beautiful temples they built for their gods. People in the olden days colonized, fought, raided and invaded nations after nations just to seize power and usurp territories and land. During the Middle Age (11th-13th Century), the kings fought for all land. Knights fought for their kings for land and castle. The first and second World Wars were also the result of these objectives—to conquer and amass authorities from nations to build empires. These significant world events happened and will continue repeating itself because it was already written in the Bible.

Excerpted from The Old Path Magazine | Vol. 1 No. 2 | 2005

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The Bible contains many things hard to understand. Such understanding cannot be had by just anyone; it is a gift of God. Only the wise appointed by God to understand can have that understanding, and that understanding may lead many to be purified – in the last days. These wise men given understanding to lead many to righteousness shall be very visible – as the stars. And they can be tried if they are true through testing what they preach. Their understanding of the things of God shall prove them to be the wise men mentioned in the Bible.

Excerpted from The Old Path Magazine | Vol. 1 No. 3 | 2005

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