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A Life Undaunted and Victorious
Jesus died. For real. He was a man at the same time He was God. And as man, he experienced what it meant to die. The difference was that He not only died for our sins (1 Corinthians 15:3) and, by the grace of God, tasted death for every one (Hebrews 2:9) but that while his human existence died, His divine nature continued. Thus, the resurrection. He was the promise keeper, the fulfilment of prophecy, the one over whom death had no hold. He is the Sovereign King who lives undaunted and victorious over death. As we celebrate our Lord’s resurrection, we ask for the grace to claim victory over sin and death in our lives, through our Lord Jesus. We ask for the grace to not turn back to our old lives, having journeyed with our Lord to the cross and beyond, and to live new lives triumphant and undaunted. We pray with hope and joy, “Maranatha! Come Lord Jesus!”

 

Reflection by Theodore Te, a Member of the North Sector of Ang Ligaya ng Panginoon

 

 

 

LEADERS' CORNER

What does it mean to Surrender, Offer and Sacrifice?

Download Andy Juan's talk at the 2018 Community Conference here

 

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TRUE NORTH: STORIES & REFLECTIONS

The Hope of Enduring Love

I am a community kid. My family has been in Ligaya for as long as I can remember. As a family, we were sent to be part of the mission teams sent to Mindanao and Thailand. Life wasn’t easy, but I always felt that we did not lack anything. We were always being taken care of and being provided for by God.

 

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The Child of Promise

Sa una pa lang, clear na sa amin ni Lala na gusto namin ng anak at ‘pag hindi pa kami nagkakaroon ng anak, mag-aadopt na kami. So, we focused ourselves on saving money for the future of our kid and prayed to have a baby.

 

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A Life Undaunted and Victorious
Jesus died. For real. He was a man at the same time He was God. And as man, he experienced what it meant to die. The difference was that He not only died for our sins (1 Corinthians 15:3) and, by the grace of God, tasted death for every one (Hebrews 2:9) but that while his human existence died, His divine nature continued. Thus, the resurrection. He was the promise keeper, the fulfilment of prophecy, the one over whom death had no hold. He is the Sovereign King who lives undaunted and victorious over death. As we celebrate our Lord’s resurrection, we ask for the grace to claim victory over sin and death in our lives, through our Lord Jesus. We ask for the grace to not turn back to our old lives, having journeyed with our Lord to the cross and beyond, and to live new lives triumphant and undaunted. We pray with hope and joy, “Maranatha! Come Lord Jesus!”

 

Reflection by Theodore Te, a Member of the North Sector of Ang Ligaya ng Panginoon

 

 

 

The Hope of Enduring Love

I am a community kid. My family has been in Ligaya for as long as I can remember. As a family, we were sent to be part of the mission teams sent to Mindanao and Thailand. Life wasn’t easy, but I always felt that we did not lack anything. We were always being taken care of and being provided for by God.

 

READ MORE

 

The Child of Promise

Sa una pa lang, clear na sa amin ni Lala na gusto namin ng anak at ‘pag hindi pa kami nagkakaroon ng anak, mag-aadopt na kami. So, we focused ourselves on saving money for the future of our kid and prayed to have a baby.

 

READ MORE

 

COMMUNITY NEWS

 

A Life Undaunted and Victorious

Jesus died. For real. He was a man at the same time He was God. And as man, he experienced what it meant to die. The difference was that He not only died for our sins (1 Corinthians 15:3) and, by the grace of God, tasted death for every one (Hebrews 2:9) but that while his human existence died, His divine nature continued. Thus, the resurrection. He was the promise keeper, the fulfilment of prophecy, the one over whom death had no hold. He is the Sovereign King who lives undaunted and victorious over death. As we celebrate our Lord’s resurrection, we ask for the grace to claim victory over sin and death in our lives, through our Lord Jesus. We ask for the grace to not turn back to our old lives, having journeyed with our Lord to the cross and beyond, and to live new lives triumphant and undaunted. We pray with hope and joy, “Maranatha! Come Lord Jesus!”

 

Reflection by Theodore Te,a Member of the North Sector of Ang Ligaya ng Panginoon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LEADERS' CORNER

 

What does it mean to Surrender, Offer and Sacrifice?

 

Download Andy Juan's talk at the 2018 Community Conference here

 

READ MORE

 

 

TRUE NORTH: STORIES & REFLECTIONS

 

The Hope of Enduring Love

I am a community kid. My family has been in Ligaya for as long as I can remember. As a family, we were sent to be part of the mission teams sent to Mindanao and Thailand. Life wasn’t easy, but I always felt that we did not lack anything. We were always being taken care of and being provided for by God.

 

READ MORE

 


The Child of Promise

Sa una pa lang, clear na sa amin ni Lala na gusto namin ng anak at ‘pag hindi pa kami nagkakaroon ng anak, mag-aadopt na kami. So, we focused ourselves on saving money for the future of our kid and prayed to have a baby.

 

READ MORE

 

 

 

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