Category Archives: Weblogs


“NO ID, NO ENTRY.” Ano nga ba ang ID? Identification card sabi sa dictionary. Sinasabi nito kung (1) ano ang pangalan mo, at (2) kung sino ka relative to a school, company, place, or institution. My IDs will tell you … Continue reading

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The Only “Bible” They Will Read: Lost in Translation

I have often heard preachers say that for some people, the followers of Christ are they only Bibles they will ever get to read. By that, they mean that the way we live reflects the the reality of God’s word. … Continue reading

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Lessons from City Hunter: Being Part of Something Greater

I think it was while riding a bus to UPLB the other day that I was forced to watch an episode of City Hunter dubbed in Taglish. The guy orienting the female bodyguards to the presidential family asked them to … Continue reading

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You are the Salt of the Earth

13 “You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty again? It is no longer good for anything, except to be thrown out and trampled underfoot. – Matthew 5:13 (this … Continue reading

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The 45-minute NBI Clearance

People will probably not believe me when I say that I only spent a total of 45 minutes in the NBI main compound before I came out with the claim stub for my clearance; and that my clearance can be … Continue reading

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Pacquiao, Discipline, and the Christian Life

From my Facebook notes last year, just moving it here for archiving purposes: by Benjamin Gonzales on Monday, December 6, 2010 at 9:36am because multiply blog is practically useless, dito na lang ako magpopost. Outdated na ito pero, oh well… … Continue reading

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Fellowship Without Boundaries

  Tackling Philippians in church these past few weeks has been both quite a joy and a challenge. The emphasis on the context, that the epistle was written by Paul while in prison, has brought about a new and proper … Continue reading

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