Monthly Archives: September 2014

Great Reason To Be Awaken

There was this Sunday night on September 21, when I was at my room “chillaxing”, I felt sleepy and eventually fell asleep. I woke up suddenly, at around 1:00 in the morning. I woke up from a terrible and scary nightmare, almost unable to move my body then I tried to sleep again. I have tried at least twice or thrice to go back to sleep but ended up trying to awake myself again because every time I try to go back to sleep the nightmare continues, like a movie when you pause then play.

I have read some about the thing that they call night terror. I think that a little of it i experienced that Sunday night. I forced myself to move my entire body.

When I regained my consciousness, I remembered that, first, I have not yet prayed that night and, a debate is happening that night that I would not want to miss.

So I opened my laptop and tuned in to O Caminho Antigo Youtube channel of the Members Church of God International (MCGI) to watch the debate online, live!

The debate happened was between Bro. Eli Soriano and Pastor Rubens Sodré. The debate was peaceful and exciting. In the end, and many truths were prevailed.

I am so happy that I had terrible nightmare that moment, maybe it is a way to awake me and enable to watch the debate and yes, I was able to pray before I went to sleep again.

Indeed, another victorious debate for Bro. Eli Soriano in the name of truth and wisdom.

To GOD be the Glory!

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Corruption in News Media and the Charge of Power-grab

Less Traveled Road

By Jane Abao

Manila, Philippines (9/24/2014) – Arrogance is defined in the dictionary as revealing an exaggerated sense of one’s own importance. It can also mean displaying a sense of overbearing self-worth or ability. When media does this or when one ascribes to media such power or importance, then its performance of its supposed social function of being watchdog is being judged amiss. Indeed, is media incorruptible?

The Column

On September 9, 2014, an Efren N. Padilla wrote an opinion blog titled, “VP Jejomar Binay and the third commandment.” He wrote this in an online site, gmanetwork.com

The columnist began with a public pet peeve: that of Binay being of ill repute. Vice President Jejomar Binay was said to deny the testimony of his former vice mayor in Makati at a Senate blue ribbon committee investigation – that he received kickbacks from the construction of the Makati City Hall’s overpriced P2.3-billion building.  He swore…

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