Thursday, May 27, 2010


i have been a christian for 10 yrs
i started as a Sunday school-er. . . now, I am one of our church's teachers
i have so many questions bear in mind since I've learned so many things about FAITH and DOCTRINES
honestly, i feel sorry for the Lord because of some clever questions i have inside
i am also sad when there is 1 instance happened in us
i don't want DIVISION
God make us UNITED
in prayers and in faith

♥JOSUA HARRIS♥ favorite author (youth pastor) who wrote books Like "i kissed dating goodbye" "boy meets girL" and "not even a hint"..

"THE RIGHT THING AT THE WRONG TIME IS THE WRONG THING" - - - in today's world we don't readily accept the concept of delayed gratification. Our culture teaches us that if something is good, we should seek to enjoy it immediately. So we microwave our food, e-mail our letters and express mail our packages. We do our best to escape the confines of time by accelerating our schedules. . . Why do we insist on living this way? In my own opinion (Joshua Harris) part of the reason we've adopted the immediate gratification mentally is because we've lost sight of the biblical principle of seasons (Ecclesiastes 3:1-8). . . God has many wonderful experiences He wants to give to us but He also assigns these experiences to particular seasons of our live. Just because something is good doesn't mean we should pursue it right now. We have to remember that the right thing at the wrong time is the wrong thing.


The LORD is my strength and my shield; my heart trusted in him, and I am helped: therefore my heart greatly rejoiceth; and with my SONG will I PRAISE him.Psalm 28:7
Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom; teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts TO THE LORD. Colossians 3:16
I will sing a NEW SONG unto thee, O God: upon a psaltery and an instrument of ten strings will I sing praises unto thee. Psalm 144:9
I will sing with the spirit, and I will sing with the UNDERSTANDING also. 1 Cor. 14:15
Sing forth the honor of his name: make his praise glorious. Psalm 66:2
Saying, I will declare thy name unto my brethren, in the midst of the CHURCH will I sing praise unto thee. Hebrew 2:12
Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom; teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and hymns and SPIRITUAL songs, singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord. Colossians 3:16
18 And be not drunk with wine, wherein is excess; but be filled with the Spirit;
19 Speaking to yourselves in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord; Ephesians 5:18-21

Wednesday, May 26, 2010


Describing myself won't be enough for you to know me.
Some people observe me the way I used to be.
Am I gorgeous? glamorous? or even notorious?
Well, come to to know me and be closed to find out.

Ace (me) is very natural.
I love singing, chatting, reading and dreaming!
I do lots of things like studying
And I'm now on my way to reality
In the world of TEACHING

When it comes to LOVE
I could say I'm WEAK
I don't love seriously
But I don't hate tremendously
I loved someone who doesn't deserve it
But know what, I still DO

Anyway let's go to my CHRISTIAN LIFE
I am now on my 10th yr as a christian
I'm proud to say I'M SAVED
And love the name of FAITH
I have friends who call me faith
And calls them Love & Hope as the same

I realized that being a christian is a HARD thing
But blessed above all my peers
I don't do things that they like
Just to satisfy their flesh and desire
I pity them who sit in darkness
And wants to help them by sharing the GOSPEL

THIS IS ME - son of GOD
And aims to serve Him for the rest of my LIFE

Tuesday, May 25, 2010


a pLeasant morning to everyone who are in this page

>the reason why i made this note is to thank God for every bLessing i receive from Him
1st to my famiLy who aLways there to support my needs in financiaL, moraL & spirituaL matters
thanks to my mother who is reaLLy "hard working" mom that enabLe us to send in schooL despite of being widow, to my sister who is "generous" enough to share her bLessings to us & dont mind if she has savings or not
>i wanna thank aLso of course my spirituaL famiLy (CGS) for making me feeL a true beLieving christian by exorting me everytime i "faLL" especiaLLy to my pastors, ate pearL, Love & hope, my buddy, sir chie, mY Luvs famiLy and to my sunday schooL students who were been my joy in serving the Lord
>i wanna incLude here my cLassmates b4 in ACCESS to kua caLoy & kua pauL, keLvin, patricia, rose & patrick thanks guys, thank you for the good friendship i had with you (i wont forget everybody)
>to the teachers & pupiLs in SME "maraming saLamat" po. . . thanks for the unforgetabLe mem'ries we had there (pagpaLain nawa LaLo ang eskweLahan ninyo)
>my UCC cLassmates & friends (iLoveyou guys) words are not enough to show how much i am gratefuL to God for having a time (4yr) a worth spending time with you. . . saLamat sa tawanan, iyakan, biruan, Lakwatsa, awayan (ninyo) heheEe, kwentuhan (nonesense minsan), kaLokohan, pag-ka2isa (everytime aLa assign) sa papeL, baLLpen, powder, Lipstick&bLashon, sukLay (kahit madumi), sa mga baon pagkain, sa bahay na natuLugan q na ! at sa mga bigay na accesories ni grace heheEe (i wiLL miss EVERYTHING) so pLs just aLwys keep in touch kahit n un iba eh my pLan na mag-settLe down nameLy _________ hahaAa (shaLom) i Love you guys ! saLamat sa mga aLaaLa ! you add "coLor" to my Life
>this note wiLL not end 'tiL i extend my gratitiude to the persons who were been my inspirations, heLp, refuge & strength when i was in coLLege. . . speciaL thanks to very speciaL prof though ur not abLe to read this one ! saLamat po sa mga guro who reaLLy "touched my Life" Like Prof. VaLdecantos (my fav.) Prof. EsponiLLa (our mother) Prof. Narciso (the CYA) Prof. Ongkit (aspiring prof) and to Dr. Dizon who is the most "CHALLENGING" but i Love the most (no regret)

>thanks God, thanks for Lettng me meet those persons, i know perhaps that i was used by YOU to share them the GOOD NEWS & thank You for aLLowing them to Listen. . . i wiLL miSs everything, i wiLL miSs everybody, i wiLL miSs my seLf before. . . now that i have "another year" in my Life thank you for the Latest gift (JOB) to cherish & use meaningfuLy

Monday, May 24, 2010


..Lee Min Ho, Kim Nam GiL, Gong Yoo..

LEE MIN HO - - - Lee Min-Ho was born in Heukseok-dong, Dongjak-gu, Seoul, South Korea on June 22, 1987. His family consists of his mother, father, and one older sister. As a young child, Lee Min-Ho hoped to become a football (soccer) player, but an injury in the 5th grade of elementary school ended those dreams. However, Lee Min-Ho still keeps up with football and mentions Nal-do Ho as his favorite player.

In the 2nd year of his high school career, Lee Min-Ho turned his attention to acting. By the time of Lee Min-Ho's senior year in high school he joined Starhaus Entertainment with the help of an acquaintance. After going through training, Min-ho started auditioning for roles and landed smaller roles in several television dramas. His major breakthough came with Min-ho landing the lead role in the KBS2 drama "Boys Over Flowers" as Ku Jun-pyo. The television series became immensely popular and regularly received ratings of over 30% in South Korea. Lee Min-Ho is currently majoring in Film & Art at Konkuk University.

KIM NAM GIL - - - Kim Nam-Gil was born on March 13, 1981 in South Korea. His immediate family consists of his parents and one brother. Kim Nam-Gil graduated from Han Yeong High School. He then went to Myeong Ji college (a two year college) and majored in "Theatre and Movies". He eventually dropped out of college and did not complete his studies. Since working in the entertainment world professionally, Nam-Gil has worked under Star J Entertainment Management Company. Nam-Gil's various hobbies include playing the flute, tap dancing, water skiing, and Taekwondo.

Nam-Gil first debuted on television with a minor role in the 1998 KBS drama "School 1" (as the character Min-soo). Five years later, Nam-Gil would win the 31st audition for MBC Television. He then performed in various minor roles for MBC. Meanwhile, in 2005, Kim Nam-Gil changed his name to the seemingly more exotic name of "Lee Han." In 2006, Kim Nam-Gil made the bold decision to accept his first lead role in the controversial, but critically praised independent film, "No Regret". Kim Nam-Gil played the homosexual character Song Jae-min in "No Regret". Although the film "No Regret" received high praise from movie critics & film festivals, it failed to boost Kim Nam-Gil's popularity or lead to immediate stardom. Instead, Kim Nam-Gil took more supporting roles in television dramas and commercial films.

Prior to the release of the 2008 film "Public Enemy Returns," Kim Nam-Gil stopped using his stage name "Lee Han" and reverted back to his birth name. Nam-Gil made this decision after receiving advice from Kang Woo-Suk (the director of "Public Enemy Returns"). Later in 2008, Nam-Gil received his first leading role in a major commercial film - "Portrait of a Beauty." This was also the first time Nam-Gil acted in a historical film. His experience from "Portrait of a Beauty" would reap benefits later when he would act in the historical MBC drama "The Great Queen Seondeok." Although Kim Gyu-Ri garnered most of the attention for "Portrait of a Beauty," Nam-Gil's strong performance did not go unnoticed.

In 2009, Kim Nam-Gil was cast in the MBC drama "The Great Queen Seondeok" as Bi-dam. The production company felt the character of Bi-dam was somewhat the secret weapon in securing the success of the television series. The production company proceeded to promote his character to Korean media outlets and press agencies. The pressure from this move caused Kim Nam-Gil to stress over his upcoming performance. During this time, Nam-Gil researched his character by observing comic book characters like Han Bi Kwang from "Yeol Hyeol Kang Ho", Musashi Miyamoto from "Vegabond" and Kang Baek Ho from "Slam Dunk." His research did prove successful as the drama series "The Great Queen Seondeok" became the most watched drama series of 2009, regularly receiving ratings in excess of 40%. With the runaway success of "The Great Queen Seondeok," Kim Nam-Gil's popularity also skyrocketed. He was frequently voted the sexiest man by Korean women, received many commercial endorsement offers, and flooded with scenarios for various upcoming films and drama series.

Kim Nam-Gil has stated his role model for an actor is Jeong Jae-Yeong, whom Kim Nam-Gil worked with in "Public Enemy Returns" and also graduated from the same high school. His other favorite actor is actress Kim Hye-Su, whom Kim Nam-Gil worked with in "Modern Boy." Kim Hye-Su often gave advice on how to act and think as an actor, while filming "Modern Boy." Kim Nam-Gil has also stated that his ideal woman type is someone like Lee Yo-Won and how she she takes care of her baby.

GONG YOO - - - Gong Yoo (Hangul: 공유) is a South Korean actor and model. He started his career in showbiz with small parts in dramas and films. However his acting talent caught the attention of casting directors and audiences and he has become an actor to watch for. His latest role as Choi Han-Kyul for the MBC romantic comedy The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince solidified his status as a leading man. The popularity of the drama made it one of Korea's most watched dramas of 2007.[1]

The actor has just finished his enlistment in the Korean Forces which started from January 14, 2008 and ended on December 8, 2009. He served as a DJ for G.yoo20 at the Radio Broadcast section of the Korean Defense Media Agency[2] from November 3, 2008 to November 8, 2009 which aired 20:00-22:00 in Korea and Internet daily. He also served as a VJ for 'Best Music' at the Agency's Television Broadcast section which aired every Thursday 11:00-12:00 in Korea and the Internet from December 2, 2008 to July 16, 2009.

♥CHEERING♥ "unforgetabLe" cheering moment Last 2yrs ago, as a "flyer" nagkaron me ng "kata-katakot" na PASA but "the show must go on"..