When do you seek God?:))

Honestly,sometimes i just seek God because i want to ask something or sometimes i’m asking for His help and guide in our trials in life. But we just don’t seek God if we want something.We also must seek Him if we’re asking for FORGIVENESS.And not only that,We must always pray to God,Imitate Him,and following his preachings. SUBMITTED BY: Ria Toledo!:-bd I-St. Monica

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The Three Little Pigs.

"One day, the Big Bad Wolf really comes by, and blows Fifer’s house down (except for the roof). Fifer manages to escape and hides at Fiddler’s house. The wolf pretends to give up and go home, but returns disguised as an innocent sheep. The pigs see through the disguise, whereupon the Wolf blows Fiddler’s house down (except for the door). The two pigs manage to escape and hide at Practical’s house. The Wolf arrives disguised as an explicitly and stereotypically jewish Fuller Brush man to trick the pigs into letting him in, but fails. The Wolf then tries to blow down the strong brick house (losing his clothing in the process), but is unable. Finally, he attempts to enter the house through the chimney, but smart Practical Pig takes off the lid of a boiling pot filled with water under the chimney, and the Wolf falls right into it. Shrieking in pain, the Wolf runs away frantically, while the pigs sing "Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?" again."

I can relate to this story because we are three siblings. The wolf represents as a problem in our life. Every time we had a problem, we run and seek advices to solve it. Because we need each other to help one another.

-Arianne Eliza Yalung Corpuz

I - St.Monica

Credits for the story:Wikipedia.com

  • 4 years ago

When do you seek God?

And you should honestly seek God and His Truth with all your heart! Many people profess an “interest” in God, but they just drift through life without ever truly “seeking” Him and without ever really proving to themselves that He exists—that the Bible is His inspired Word and that they need to do what God’s inspired Word tells them to do. Yet these are absolutely the most important matters in life!
     God tells us of the time in the “latter days” when our peoples will have been in a great national captivity, and will finally repent in their humbled condition: “But from there you will seek the Lord your God, and you will find Him if you SEEK Him with all your heart and with all your soul. When you are in distress, and all these things come upon you in the latter days, when you turn to the Lord your God and obey His voice…  When we obey Him! When we not only read the Bible but also start to do what it says. When we listen to our conscience and do what it’s prompting us to do. When we start to obey, we are no longer like an unruly son that defiantly does what he wants. We live knowing that we have a Father in Heaven that loves us, communicates with us and has only good things planned for us.  You’ll know when you have come to know God. 


  • 4 years ago

When do you seek GOD?

We should seek God always. Because in times of trouble, we need him. Not just that, we have to seek him every time in our daily lives. God wants to pray and worship Him and never forget Him on our life.

-Arianne Eliza Y. Corpuz

I - St. Monica

Credits: Arianne Corpuz

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True Nature Can’t Be Hidden

A cat fell in love with a handsome young man. The cat asked Venus, the Goddess of Love, to change her into a woman. Venus agreed, and changed the cat into a beautiful woman. The young man saw the cat-woman and fell in love. He asked to marry her. Later they were lying together in bed. However, the goddess wanted to test if the cat-woman had really changed her nature. Venus put a mouse in the middle of the bedroom. The cat-woman immediately forgot her lover and chased the mouse. Venus was very disappointed. She turned the beautiful woman back into a cat. - Arianne Eliza Y. Corpuz& I - St. Monica CREDITS: http://thormay.net/lxesl/aesop/aesop1.

  • 4 years ago

The ant and the grasshopper.Journal Writing in english

Once there lived an ant and a grasshopper in a grassy meadow.

  All day long the ant would work hard, collecting grains of wheat from the farmer’s field far away. She would hurry to the field every morning, as soon as it was light enough to see by, and toil back with a heavy grain of wheat balanced on her head. She would put the grain of wheat carefully away in her larder, and then hurry back to the field for another one. All day long she would work, without stop or rest, scurrying back and forth from the field, collecting the grains of wheat and storing them carefully in her larder.

The grasshopper would look at her and laugh. ‘Why do you work so hard, dear ant?’ he would say. ‘Come, rest awhile, listen to my song. Summer is here, the days are long and bright. Why waste the sunshine in labour and toil?’

The ant would ignore him, and head bent, would just hurry to the field a little faster. This would make the grasshopper laugh even louder. ‘What a silly little ant you are!’ he would call after her. ‘Come, come and dance with me! Forget about work! Enjoy the summer! Live a little!’ And the grasshopper would hop away across the meadow, singing and dancing merrily.

Summer faded into autumn, and autumn turned into winter. The sun was hardly seen, and the days were short and grey, the nights long and dark. It became freezing cold, and snow began to fall.

The grasshopper didn’t feel like singing any more. He was cold and hungry. He had nowhere to shelter from the snow, and nothing to eat. The meadow and the farmer’s field were covered in snow, and there was no food to be had. ‘Oh what shall I do? Where shall I go?’ wailed the grasshopper. Suddenly he remembered the ant. ‘Ah - I shall go to the ant and ask her for food and shelter!’ declared the grasshopper, perking up. So off he went to the ant’s house and knocked at her door. ‘Hello ant!’ he cried cheerfully. ‘Here I am, to sing for you, as I warm myself by your fire, while you get me some food from that larder of yours!’

The ant looked at the grasshopper and said, ‘All summer long I worked hard while you made fun of me, and sang and danced. You should have thought of winter then! Find somewhere else to sing, grasshopper! There is no warmth or food for you here!’ And the ant shut the door in the grasshopper’s face.

It is wise to worry about tomorrow today.


  • 4 years ago

When I seek God In my life.

I seek God in my life, whenever i have my down time’s i always remember that there is Hope, when I always feel down, I pray to God, for what will I do, sometimes I cry alone, I know whenever I’m down, God is there to make things better & good, I trust and Believe in God. One time, I was really depressed because of something, It was late in the evening, I prayed to God, wishing things could get better, and the other day came, He have given me a Sign, that made me smile. “WHEN THINGS GO DOWN, REMEMBER THERE IS ALWAYS A RAINBOW AFTER THE RAIN” It means, Whenever I’m down, I just need to Believe, remember God see’s us at our best and our worse.

By: Krisha Mae Villanda

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When do you seek God?

I seek God when i have problems because i believe that every person has problems and we also need the help of God so i pray to God to ask His guidance if the decision i made is correct and, i also thank Him for all the blessings that i received and for all the good things He had done to me and to others.

-Kristine Esguerra-

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The Hamster and the Horse

   One day, by an unlucky chance a Hamster fell into a deep well from which he could not get out. A Horse passed shortly afterwards, and asked the Hamster what he was doing down there. “Oh, have you not heard?” said the Hamster; “there is going to be a great drought, so I jumped down here to be sure that there is water by me. Hey, I have an idea. Why don’t you come down here too?” The Horse thought well of this advice, and jumped down into the well. But the Hamster immediately jumped on her back, and by putting his foot on her big head, she managed to jump up to the edge of the well. “Goodbye and Good luck, friend,” said the Hamster. Just remember next time.. "Never trust the advice of a man in his difficulties."

I can relate to this tale because sometimes, i ask advice from other people that are troubled / has a problem and i take their advice hoping that it is right but it only caused me more trouble.

 Submitted by:

 Kristine Esguerra  

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The Lark and her young ones

A LARK had made her nest in the early spring on the young green wheat. The brood had almost grown to their full strength and attained the use of their wings and the full plumage of their feathers, when the owner of the field, looking over his ripe crop, said, “The time has come when I must ask all my neighbors to help me with my harvest.”

One of the young Larks heard his speech and related it to his mother, inquiring of her to what place they should move for safety.

“There is no occasion to move yet, my son,” she replied; “the man who only sends to his friends to help him with his harvest is not really in earnest.”

The owner of the field came again a few days later and saw the wheat shedding the grain from excess of ripeness. He said, “I will come myself tomorrow with my laborers, and with as many reapers as I can hire, and will get in the harvest.”

The Lark on hearing these words said to her brood, “It is time now to be off, my little ones, for the man is in earnest this time; he no longer trusts his friends, but will reap the field himself.”

I can relate because sometimes I just  depend on them because sometimes I am so lazy to do things.Most of the times I should be more Independent cause I am already a grown up and I should be the one helping others.

submitted by: Mikaela Fortuna

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I seek God when… submitted by: mikaela fortuna

Actually I always seek God especially when there are problems, when I’m lonely and especially when I’m happy. So one day I seeked God because my mother had breast cancer. So we are very thankful because God… God answered our prayers! prayers that we prayed for weeks. So know my mother is living her life to the fullest. She always find time for us to bond. Because maybe one day all of these are just nothing.

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Q: When do you seek God in your life?

A: I seek God whenever I have problems and trials that I cannot solve alone. But also, I thank Him for the lessons I learned from the chalenges that I have been. I seek Him whenever there are happy moments in my life. I also thank Him for the fun memories that I’ve been also. 

                                                                 - Mary Ann Malabanan. :)

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The Fox and the Grapes

One hot summer’s day a Fox was strolling through an orchard till he came to a bunch of Grapes just ripening on a vine which had been trained over a lofty branch. “Just the thing to quench my thirst,” quoth he. Drawing back a few paces, he took a run and a jump, and just missed the bunch. Turning round again with a One, Two, Three, he jumped up, but with no greater success. Again and again he tried after the tempting morsel, but at last had to give it up, and walked away with his nose in the air, saying: “I am sure they are sour.”

I can adapt myself to this story because, sometimes I intend to reach a Goal, that is too hard for me to get, I tried and tried but still No success, I give up easily to things I dont get, maybe it was just too hard for me to reach, so its time to give up, I learned not all things i desire’s to do or to have cant be all get by just one click, we need to work hard for it, but if we really dont got that success, maybe its not for us, just move on and try another one.

Reference: http://www.aesops-fables.org.uk/aesop-fable-the-fox-and-the-grapes.htm

Submitted by: Krisha Mae Villanda :)

  • 4 years ago

The Crow and the Raven

Submitted to: Mrs.Dizon

    A crow was jealous of the Raven, because he was considered a bird of good omen and always attracted the attention of men, who noted by his flight the good or evil course of future events. Seeing some travelers approaching, the Crow flew up into a tree, and perching herself on one of the branches, cawed as loudly as she could. The travelers turned towards the sound and wondered what it foreboded, when one of them said to his companion, “Let us proceed on our journey, my friend, for it is only the caw of a crow, and her cry, you know, is no omen.” Those who assume a character which does not belong to them, only make themselves ridiculous.

I can relate to this because I get jealous to people who gets really good things, something good always happens to them, or they do stuff that I can’t do. I try to imitate them, so that I could get the same treatment. I’m being someone that I’m not, but you can’t always be someone you want to be. I daydream of doing things that I can’t do so I can make my parents and other people proud but then again being someone your not is worthless because you’re not true to yourself so why even bother imitating them.

Adapted by: Regina Paras

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