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SPOT.ph's Top 10 Songs That May Be Satanic, Too
We single out tempting, titillating tunes.
Published on: May 25, 2012 - 7:00am

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7. "Good Boy" by Blakdyak

Unholy content: The song might as well be a hate crime anthem, as it taunts a boy who is trying his best not to be led into temptation. It even dares to call on God to take the good boy's life.

 

Evil lyrics: Pag gising sa umaga ay nag pe-pray s'ya/ Habang nag to-toothbrush ay nag pe-pray din/ Habang naliligo ay nag pe-pray pa/ Eight days a week masyadong magsimba/ Good boy, good boy/ Ang bait mo naman/ Sana kunin ka na ni Lord (He wakes up in the morning and prays/ He prays while he brushes his teeth/ He prays while bathing/ He goes to church eight days a week/ Good boy, good boy/ You are so kind/ May the Lord take you)

 

Sins glorified: Envy, murder, blasphemy, religious persecution

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63 Comments
  • Bill Press
    Things aren't as bad as they seem. They're worse
    10 months ago     Reply  
  • C.S LEWIS
    "If you want to make sure of keeping your heart intact you must give it to no one....wrap it carefully; avoid all entanglements. Lock it up safe in the casket or coffin of your selfishness. But in that casket,safe,dark,motionless,airless, it will change. It will not be broken; it will become unbreakable,impenetrable, and irredeemable."
    11 months ago     Reply  
  • Flowing
    Heartaches--the world is full of them! A A boy is mocked at school because he has an under developed arm. A widow painfully remembers the day her husband committed suicide.A man tenderly cares for his wife, who has Alzheimer's disease and doesn't even Know him.A ministers/brothers resign because of the truth he discover.
    Such heartaches have caused some people to drop out of life.Other hurting folks have gone to the opposite extreme, trying to lose themselves in a flurry of activity.

    We can learn how to handle our heartaches by looking at the life of Jesus,His heart was breaking as He contemplated what would happen to Jerusalem.He let Himself cry (Luke 19:41). Then He continued the work He came to do---confronting sin,teaching the people, and instructing His disciples.
    If your heart is aching, admit your hurt to yourself, to others, and to God. tHIS WILL OPEN THE DOOR TO RECEIVING the help you need from the Lord and from people who care.
    Jun 23 2013 @ 04:38pm     Reply  
  • You know You're Right Nevermind
    ADVANCE
    Some people have attributed to Mark Twain the statement," When I was a boy of 14,my father was so ignorant I could hardly stand to have the old hardly stand to have the old man around. But when I got to be 21, I was astonished at how much the old man had learned in 7 years".

    The attitude of children toward their parents changes as they grow older. Some young people show little respect for their fathers and mothers. It's disheartening to see this. But as they mature,many begin to recognize that they gave them credit for.

    On the other, some young people come to realize with deep regret that if they had followed the counsel of their parents they could have avoided much heartache both for themselves and their family.
    The Bible says ," Children, obey your parents in the Lord,for this is right." Honor your father and mother , 'which is the first commandment with promise; 'that it may be well with you and you may live long on the earth" (Ephesians 6:10-3).
    Jun 04 2013 @ 10:01am     Reply  
  • Stars
    We can learn a lot about effective witnessing by examining our Lord's encounter with the woman at the well (John 4:5-26). He broke all social protocol by talking to this Samaritan woman.And asking her for a drink of water was a compliment of sorts.Later, He had a perfect opportunity to condemn her sinful lifestyle,but He didn't.
    Apr 21 2013 @ 05:25pm     Reply  
  • I Pedro Jamming in the Morning
    "The Church of the first millennium was born of the blood of the martyrs: Sanguis mrtryrum---semen christtianorum(Tertullian)...At the end of the second millennium,the Church has once again become a Chruch of martrys. The persecutions of believers---priests,religious,and laity---has caused a great sowing of martrydom in different parts of the world...This witness must not be forgotten" (Pope John Paul II, Tertio Millennio Advenrente, n 37).

    A TRUE LETTER OF OUR SAVIOUR JESUS CHRIST
    Consecrating the Drops of Blood with Our Lord Jesus lost on his way to Calvary.
    Copy of a letter of the Oration found in the the Holy Sepulchre of Our Lord Jesus Christ in Jerusalem,preserved in a silver box by His Holiness and by the Emperors and Empresses of the Christian Faith.
    St. Elizabeth,queen of Hungary,with St. Matilda and St. Bridget,wishing to know something of the Passion of Jesus Christ,offered fervent ans special prayers,upon which there appeared to them Our Lord Jesus Christ who spoke to them in the following manner:

    In olden times people were religious and their harvests were abundant;at present,on the contrary,they are scanty.

    Those people, who brawl against my religion and cast slurs on this Sacred Letter,shall be forsaken by me.
    As St. Bridget for a long time wanted to know the number of blow Our Lord received during His Passion, He one day appeared to her and said:" I received 5480 blows on My Body.Be it Known that the number of armed soldiers were 150;those who trailed me while I was bound were 23. The executioners of justice were 83; the blows received on my head were 150; those on my stomach,108;Kicks on my shoulders 80. I was led, bound with cords by the hair,24 times;spits in the face were 180; I was beaten on the body 6666 times;beaten on the head,110 times. I was roughly pushed,and at 12 o'clock was lifted up by the hair;pricked with thorns and pulled by the beard 23 times;received 20 wounds on the head;thorns of marine junks 72; pricks of Thorns in the head, 110;mortal thorns in the forehead, 3. I was afterwards flogged and dressed as a mocked king; wound in the body,1000. The soldiers who led me were 3, and those who mocked me were 1008;the drops of blood which I lost were 28,430.
    Apr 13 2013 @ 08:19pm     Reply  
  • Super Pop culture
    The validity of Christianity is not based on imperfect Christians but on the perfect Christ.Paul accused Peter of hypocrisy(Galatians 2:13) Did that invalidate the gospel Peter preached? Some people may think so,perhaps because they expect Christians to be perfect.
    Mar 07 2013 @ 05:27pm     Reply  
  • Super Pop culture
    When King David worshiped the Lord exuberantly,his wife called him shameless. He said," I will be even more undignified than this and will be humble in my own sight" (2Samuel 6:22). He knew that being God-conscious couldn't co-exist seriously.Worship is not about holding on to our dignity;it's about letting loose our praise.
    Mar 07 2013 @ 04:48pm     Reply  
  • Teodoro Agoncillo's History of Filipino People
    EARLY CUSTOMS AND PRACTICES Before the coming of the Spaniards.

    Religious Beliefs.---The ancient Filipinos believed in the immortality of the soul and in life after death. Their rituals were based on beliefs in a ranking deity whom they called Bathalang Maykapal and a host of other deities, in the environmental spirits, and in soul-spirits.The Bathala the equivalent of the Spanish Dios,was supposed to be the creator of the earth and man and therefore superior to all other deities.these deities had their functions in relation to the daily life of the believers.Thus, they had a god of death,Sidapa;a rainbow god,Balangaw, a god of war,Maandaragan, a fire god, Agni, a god of the agriculture whom they called Idiyanale;a god of the other world , magnewen'a god goddess of harvest,Lalahon;a god of hell; Siginarugani;a god of love,Diyan Masalanta; and scores of other deities with their respective functions.

    In Bible times, God often communicated in tangible,visible,and audible ways----tablets of stone, a pillar of fire, a still small voice,make Images, to name a few.But when Jesus came, the visible image on invisible God (2Cor 4:6). Putol

    Hindi sa nanggagatong kami.Kampi kami sa Sultan and co. sana lang 'wag na tumagal.kita naman kasi Historically.

    The infamous case of extreme barbarity occured in the town of Balangiga,Samar, in 1901-02. include even boys ten years old,for the later could carry rifles and swing bolos.
    Mar 02 2013 @ 07:32pm     Reply  
  • FROM ZERO TO BELOW ZERO B-DAY
    Older saints are often wiser saints,and they can make an enormous contribution by picking a sphere of service that matches their energy and experience.

    Unconditional love---that's what the prophet Hosea showed toward his wife,who had left him and lived as a prostitute. He searched for her,paid a price to obtain her freedom,and brought her home. God said that's how He loved His wayward people Israel, in spite of their unfaithfulness to His (Hosea 3:1). He said He would continue to love them so that one day they would return to Him and receive all the blessings reserved for them.
    Feb 08 2013 @ 02:21pm     Reply  
  • Darwin's Bulldog Doctrine of Mao
    The Death of John The Baptist
    It is not lawful for you to have your brothers wife. --Mk 6:17-29;Mt 14:1-12.
    Herod's conscience continues to bother him long after John the Baptist's execution. The Scripture narrative shows how weak Herod is. He is subject to the charm of Herodias, the wife of his half-brother Philip who is based in Rome.

    He makes extravagant promises, and although he thinks of John as a true prophet,he cannot take back his words in the presence of his guests. And so he orders the execution of John. But he cannot take him out of his mind. He is afraid God will punish him for the blood of the prophet. People are of the same thought.

    As a prophet,John tells it like it is, whether he speaks to common people or to royalty. He denounces Herod for taking his brother's wife. Because of this, Herod throws him in jail and eventually beheads him.

    John haw words for different people who came to to him (Lk 3:7-14),but the gospels are silent on what John says when told he is about to be beheaded. Yet John is certainly ready to die for he,like Simeon of the preceding generation (LK 2:29-32), has completed his work,seen the Messiah,and Know it is time to fade into the background (Jn3:30).

    When Herod loses a battle against King Aretas of Arabia Petrea, people regard it as divine punishment for what he had done to John.

    Many Old Testament prophets were persecuted by religious and political leaders who did not want to heed the call to change their ways.
    Wicked and false leaders of every age reveal their true colors by honoring dead prophets who can no longer speak against them even as they persecuted those who challenge the people by their words and deed to be faithful to Jesus teaching.
    Feb 04 2013 @ 02:44pm     Reply  
  • Ano bang atin?
    "Since the brain is different and immeasurably more complicated than anything else in the Known universe,we may have to change some of our most ardently held ideas before we're able to fathom the brain's mysterious structure." --Neurologist Richard M. Restak
    Jan 18 2013 @ 02:21pm     Reply  
  • Ang lawa ng Moeris
    Maling mali na bumatikos sa "Epal Politician" nung nakaraang Admin.lalo't wala ka rin palang pinag iba.Blasahin na ang mga Pretending Leftist Party-list.
    Jan 12 2013 @ 09:29am     Reply  
  • Divine Madness
    As astronomer Robert Jastrow said:"Scientists have no proof that life was not the result of an act of creation." He added : "Scientists have no proof that life was not the result of an act of creation."

    Fred Hoyle stated:" There is no evidence that Neanderthal man was in any way inferior to ourselves."
    Neanderthal At first he was pictured as bent over,st*p*d looking,hairy and apelike.
    Jan 12 2013 @ 08:36am     Reply  
  • Loyola Meralco Sparks Fan
    Several years ago a group of historians authored a book called If--or History Rewritten.Some of the Ifs those scholars considered were these: What if Robert E.Lee had not lost the Battle of Gettysburg? What if the Dutch had kept New Amsterdam?What if Booth had missed when he shot at Abraham Lincoln? What if Napoleon had escaped to America?
    The attempt to reconstruct the past on the basis of these Ifs was only a historian's game.But apply it for a moment to the central event in history---the birth of Jesus Christ.It was foretold with pinpoint accuracy hundreds of years before by the prophet Micah.The greatest if, therefore---the most startling question to the imagination---is "What if Jesus had not been born as predicted?"
    Such an if staggers the mind.It is like imagining the earth without a sunrise or the heavens without stars.Yet this it must be taken seriously,especially at Christmas,because our world is oblivious to the true meaning of Christ's coming.

    Can you imagine what the world would be like without Christ?What would history have been without Him? And at a personal level, what would your life be without Him? Thank God that there are no ifs in history.
    Dec 23 2012 @ 10:15am     Reply  
  • Unfollow
    Faith is what has inspired artists all through the centuries to create masterpieces of architecture, visual arts,music,poetry and other forms of literature. O God, give us wisdom to know how best to serve You---whether openly or in secret.
    Dec 19 2012 @ 01:10pm     Reply  
  • IN DISGUISE
    The truth is both exclusive and inclusive.
    In Acts 5 we have another example of two people who apparently deactivated an alarm system that could have quenched the Holy Spirit by turning a deaf ear to their consciences, believing they had plenty of good reasons for doing what they did.But rather action cost them their lives.

    We need to realize that the Holy Spirit was not given to annoy us like a sensitive smoke detector.He doesn't sound false alarms.When He activates our conscience by bringing to mind a principle or warning from God's Word,it is really His love and wisdom in action.

    By weighing the warnings of His love against the cost of our foolishness,we'll soon realize that it's always better to be safe than sorry.
    Nov 29 2012 @ 05:26pm     Reply  
  • ang labo
    Mabuti sana kung copy paste lang ginagawa ko.
    Nov 24 2012 @ 09:17am     Reply  
  • Glenn Defense Marine Asia
    Years ago television didn't have remote controls. T turn the TV on or off. to change the channels,or to adjust the volume, you had to leave your chair,go to the set, and get personally involved.Now,through remote controls,your favorite chair is like a distant throne from which you can make your TV do your bidding.

    Some people think of Jesus sitting on His heavenly throne and directing His earthly servants from a far.But before He ascended He said to His disciples,"All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth"(Mt28:18). After commissioning them to go and make disciple of all nations, He assured them,:I am with you always,even to the end of the age"(v.20).
    British scholar F.F. Bruce puts it this way: "He accompanies His agents. He does not energize them by remote control; He is present with them by His Spirit.They work for Him,but He works in them."
    Nov 14 2012 @ 10:28am     Reply  
  • Neil Postman social Critic
    "Christianity is a serious and demanding religion.When it is delivered as easy and amusing,it is another Kind of religion altogether."

    Sayang nalaglag si Rusty.
    Nov 10 2012 @ 03:51pm     Reply  
  • Looking Back
    At one point in Martin Luther's stormy career,he received some discouraging news.But he responded by saying,"Recently I have been looking up at the night sky,spangled and studded with stars,and I found no pillars to hold them up.Yet they did not fall." Luther was encouraged as he reminded himself that the same unseen God who was up holding the universe was caring for him.
    Nov 08 2012 @ 09:03am     Reply  
  • Looking Back talk
    We are creatures with all kinds of needs.With out air,water,food, for instance ,we can't go in living. In addition to these absolutely basic necessities, we have a host of others that must be met if we are not just physical,emotional, and social; they are also spiritual.
    Nov 06 2012 @ 10:02am     Reply  
  • O. sige na nga ako na ung False Prophet
    THE BEATITUDES--Mt5:1-12

    The Greek makarioi ("blessed") was used originally for the ancient gods because happiness is their state of being , in contrast to the condition of human beings who are mortal,limited,and made to serve the gods.But human beings can also share this blessedness when they enjoy the protection of the divine. Among the Israelites,the ashre ("blessed/happy") are those who enjoy God's protection because of their faithfulness to the Torah.The psalmist sings:"Happy those who do not follow the counsel of the wicked...Rather,the law of the Lord is their joy;God's law they study day and night"(Ps1:1-2). In the gospel, Jesus pronounces makarioi the poor,those who mourn,the meek,those who hunger and thirst for righteousness.Hence,blessed is attached to their to their Torah.Ironically,the world equates this condition with misfortune and unhappiness,not with blessedness.The gospel beatitude then overturns and reverses the worldly values.
    In the context of the celebration of All Saints Day,the gospel teaches that "sainthood" is not so much a matter of "earning merits" as of being a recipient of God's favor.The poor in spirit,those who mourn,the clean of heart,the persecuted are happy--alas,to the surprise of the world--because God is on their side through his Son Jesus who has chosen to be like them.By having faith in Jesus,by being part of the believing community which is Christ's "Body", Christians are already "holy/Saints". That is why Paul and other New Testament writers call the "holy ones" the believers in Rome,Ephesus,Corinth and other places.Obviously,"good works" are part of being a Christian, but these are not the foundation of holiness;rather, these are the "fruits" of the lives of people who are made holy by the call to live in Christ.In the final analysis everything is grace.
    Nov 01 2012 @ 08:38pm     Reply  
  • Chairman Mao
    If you spend all your time collecting money for fear of poverty, you are practicing poverty already.
    --Egyptian Proverb
    Oct 16 2012 @ 09:38am     Reply  
  • Freak
    According to the Catechism for Filipino Catholics, sacramentals are those "that help us become aware of Christ's grace filled presence around us or liberate us from the presence of the evil one." unlike the sacramentals which were instituted by the Church and are meant to prolong or extend the sacraments. Like, when we dip our fingers into the holy water and make the sign of the cross,we are going back to the moment of our baptism.

    Sacramentals can be--
    Object:rosary,crucifix,ashes,palms,candles,scapulars,statues,estampitas
    action: Kneeling down,bowing,making the sign of the cross
    words:blessings for homes,cars,etc grace before meals and after meals, novenas, litanies.
    Places:churches,shrines,altars at home and in other places, oratories

    Sacramentals do not have magical powers.Rather,their efficecy is rooted in the prayers and powers of the Chruch and the disposition of the one using them. We use sacramentals as a way of expressing themselves but rather they serve to inspire us to live more fully our being Christian and being part of a community, the Church community in whom the power of the sacramentals.
    Oct 11 2012 @ 10:05am     Reply  
  • William Brooks
    It is not by accident that the symbol of Christianity is a cross rather than a featherbed.
    Oct 09 2012 @ 10:52am     Reply  
  • Paladandaan
    WHY DO children have a nature affinity with fairy tales? Or, to put this a bit differently, what can possibly connect children and fairy tales?Perhaps the answer to that question resides in the mental development of children, as reflected for example in the sense of wonder exhibited by children everywhere as they discover the world around them. What barrage of questions they throw at us! "Why this?" of course their amazement in large part comes from the fact that things are not what they seem. An airplane is not just a piece of glass, a cloud is not a floating scrap of cotton-wool. Now this is also true of fairy tales. There,too,things are not what they seem. A frog can be a prince in disguise, a lost sailor can be a sorcerer, a passing pilgrim can be your estranged grand father. The problem with most of us is that,as we grew up, we lost our sense of wonder and became so-called "realists", treating as important what Saint-Exupery's Little Prince judged trivial; wealth,title,numbers.Children have a natural instinct in all these matters.Things are not what they seem,they tell us. But we rarely listen to them.
    Oct 06 2012 @ 09:20am     Reply  
  • Soul To Squeeze
    French scientists have succeeded in causing chickens to sound like quail.Researchers took tissue from the part of the Japanese quail brain thought to control the bird's call, and they implanted it in the brains of five chickens embryos. The experiment worked. Researchers say the hatched chicks sounded like quail.
    Here's a far greater miracle:God has "implanted" the mind of Christ in those who have accepted His Son as their Savior.First Corinthians 2:12 tells us that the Spirit of God has taken up residence in us. In some mysterious way we now have a capacity for divine wisdom that no scholarly degree or natural experience could ever ever provide.Having the mind of Christ enable us to see life increasingly from God's perspective.
    This doesn't mean that we can think or God's level and instruct Him (v.16). But it does mean that we have a new capacity to think and talk and act more and more like Christ Himself.
    O Lord, forgive us for not using the good mind You have given us.
    Oct 04 2012 @ 10:29am     Reply  
  • Innocence of Malayang Isipan
    I can see how it might be possible for a man to look down upon the earth and be an atheist,but I cannot conceive how he could look up into the heavens and say there is no God! ---Abraham Lincoln
    Oct 01 2012 @ 08:06pm     Reply  
  • Electric ladyland
    Spiritual wisdom is somehow different from secular or scientific wisdom.It is much harder to grasp than two latter ones.
    Sep 29 2012 @ 09:32am     Reply  
  • Century Old Ivory
    By healing, we do not necessarily mean a cure or the eradication of the disease or defect.While some diseases and evils may be incurable in the medical sense, there can be healing by holistic care that touches the body,soul, and spirit of the sick person (see 1 Thes 5:23).
    Sep 27 2012 @ 03:49pm     Reply  
  • Canto de maria clara
    PERSONAL VALUE IS NOT EQUATED WITH SOCIAL ROLE
    WE ALL have a tendency to confuse personal value and social role.For example, a person who holds an important position ( a mayor,a college dean, a famous movie star) will tend to think of himself or herself as having more intrinsic worth than,say,a garbage collector or a janitor or a waiter. When such an illusion is present in a person's mind,that person will look down on his or her so-called social "inferiors". We all Know some prominent personalities who treat like dirt the the "little people" but only fellow human beings, all equally worthy of respect.
    Sep 26 2012 @ 10:09am     Reply  
  • Arius nestorius apollinarius
    Oldest Stone Church in the Philippines

    The Baclayon Church in Bohol is considered as the oldest stone church in the Philippines.But some historians disagree,claiming that San Agustin Church in Intramuros Manila deserves the title.
    Church historians claim that the cornerstone of San Agustin have been laid in 1571,25 years before Baclayon Church was built in 1596.But most people believe the title should be kept by the latter,since it is situated in the Island first occupied by the troops of Miguel Lopez de Legazpi.Bohol was where a friendship was sealed with "Blood Compact," it forget the country's first international treaty of friendship.

    The Jesuits led by Fr.Juan de Torres and Fr. Gabriel Sanchez ordered the establishment of Baclayon Church.Some 200 natives were forced to build the structure made from coral stones piled on top of the other using bamboo as rigging and a million egg whites as cementing material.
    Sep 20 2012 @ 02:15pm     Reply  
  • gangnamn style vs 'yung pogi video
    In Some mysterious way we now have a capacity for divine wisdom that no scholarly degree or natural experience could ever provide.
    Sep 16 2012 @ 09:10am     Reply  
  • Alberto glory
    Many people throughout the world are turning to Jesus Christ for salvation.others,though,are rejecting Him and looking elsewhere for spiritual peace and fulfillment.
    While doing some research,I read an issue,of the New Age Journal.I noticed that the writers endorse a variety of pantheistic religions.They state their belief in reincarnation encourage mystical psychic activities,and even strongly recommend the worship of pagan goddesses.Some articles mention the Bible and Jesus,but not one writer views the scriptures as God's Word or Jesus as the only Savior.
    Many Israelites of Jeremiah's day had turned away from the only living and true God to religious beliefs very similar to those being advocated by New Age writers today,Jeremiah likened them to people who turned from a fresh-flowing spring to broken cisterns that could hold no water(2:13|).
    The gods of New Age theology are worthless.They can't satisfy the thirst of our souls to know the one true God.
    Sep 15 2012 @ 08:27am     Reply  
  • abet
    "contentment...is the grateful,faithful,fruitful use of what we have,little or much." --Maltbie Bobcock
    Sep 14 2012 @ 06:47pm     Reply  
  • Malayang Isipan
    In a materialistic world like ours,we are tempted to conclude that the only real things are those we experience with our five senses.yet "there are things behind our backs or far away and all things in the dark," said C.S Lewis.
    Sep 12 2012 @ 11:10am     Reply  
  • Alberto glory
    Jesus has opened the gates to heaven for all those with faith.He will come again to gather together all those destined for eternal life.Then and only then will His life's work' be consumated.However,we DO NOT KNOW AND CANNOT KNOW EXACTLY WHEN THIS IS GOING TO BE.Anyone who claims to Know is as good as a liar.Only the Father Knows the date for the end of life as we experience it now.

    Therefore all the predictions and worrying that we see written in so many books these Days are all a bit misplaced.We have been living in this reality for almost 2000 years now!
    Sep 12 2012 @ 10:16am     Reply  
  • Abet
    "Only God is great." That was the solemn and unexpected declaration of Jean-Baptiste Massillon as he began his sermon at the funeral service of King Louis XIV.
    The king who liked to be referred to as Louis the Great,had ruled France from 1643 to 1715 with absolute power and incredible splendors.His funeral was held in a magnificent cathedral that was lit by a single candle alongside the ornate coffin.When it, was time for Massillon to speak,he reached out and extinguished the flame.Then he broke the silence with the words, "Only God is great."

    We recognize and admire some of our fellow mortals who are considered to be great thinkers,great scientists,great inventors,great acheivers in every field of endeavor.In many ways they tower above same needs we do.They experience aches and pains.They have troubled minds and hungry hearts.They cannot stave off death nor guarantee life beyond the grave.

    Only God is truly great--great enough to meet all our need,great enough to forgive all our sins,and great enough to carry us through the dark valley of death into eternity,to be with Him forever.So we declare with psalmist,"You are great,... You alone are God"(Psalm86:10).
    Sep 10 2012 @ 09:42am     Reply  
  • Alberto glory
    Shame can be a very debilitating thing to experience.It can be a great motivator for us to right the wrongs we have done .The difference between the two is dependent upon whether we are the ones who are responsible for the shame as a result of something inflicted upon us,it is bad,If it is because we are responsible for an evil,then let us be ashamed enough to set what we have done wrong right!
    Sep 04 2012 @ 09:43am     Reply  
  • Alberto glory
    The Healing of the Gadarene Demoniacs Mt8:28-34

    The whole town came out to meet Jesus, and when they saw him they begged him to leave their district."--- The coming of God's kingdom spells defect for evil forces. As Jesus proclaims it, it gains ground,while evil arcedes into the background.But Jesus' mastery of demons draws terror instead of faith.The gadarenes, presumably Gentiles,are afraid of the great power shown by Jesus because they suspect that Jesus himself maybe a demon of higher power. elsewhere,the Pharisees say that Jesus drives out demons by the power of Beelzebul (Mt12:24). It is already costly to lose a herd of swine; it is more costly to be under the power of demons out to deceive people through mighty deeds.Or perhaps, the Gadarenes are just wary of a Jewish miracle-worker out to establish his reign over the pagans as well.The episode is an example of the failure of a mighty deed to inspire faith in people.God's kingdom comes with unmistakable signs but some people are not prepared to aceppt it.
    Sep 01 2012 @ 10:04am     Reply  
  • Alberto glory
    In a sermon early in 1968, Martin Luther King Jr. quoted Jesus words from Mark 10 about servanthood.Then he said,"Everybody can be great, because everybody can serve.You dont have to make your subject and verb agree to serve.You don't have to know about Plato,Aristotle,,Tales,thucydides,Socrates et all, to serve...You only need a heart full of grace, a soul generated by love.
    Aug 29 2012 @ 10:24am     Reply  
  • Anon
    Never really liked the songs of Andrew E. and Mystica.
    Aug 13 2012 @ 01:33pm     Reply  
  • alberto glory
    Santiago 1:12 Mapalad ang taong nagtitiis ng tukso;sapagkat pagkasubok sa kaniya,siyay tatanggap ng putong ng buhay,na ipinangako ng Panginoon sa mga nagsisiibig sa kaniya.
    Aug 13 2012 @ 01:22pm     Reply  
  • Lex leonum ibasura! Mag pupunta kami.bukas
    Ever worry that you're not smart enough? important enough?Even wonder if the life very average person can be a life of real meaning and impact? Then look no further for inspiration than priest's patron saint.

    Jean-Marie Vianney was born into a farming family in eastern France in 1786.As a young man, his fervent desire was to become a priest, but his own intellectual shortcomings made that dream nearly impossible.He had a poor memory, little ability for abstract thought,and he simply could not grasp the fundamentals of such subject as Latin and theology.Although his piety was recognized,he flunked out of the seminary.That would have been the end of the story,but for the Kindness of another priest,Father Balley,who tutored Jean-Marie and interceded for him with the diocesan examiner of candidates for ordination.The examiner saw Jean-Marie' academic deficiencies,but also saw his holiness and suitability for the priesthood.Fr. Vianney was eventually ordained in 1815 assigned to assist Fr. Balley until Balley's death in 1817.

    In 1818 Fr. Vianney received his first independent assignment,to a parish in a small, obscure village called Ars. Ars had only about 230 inhabitants, and very few of these were outstanding for their faith.For most, religion was a mere formality,ignored except for weekly Mass attendance.Not a very promising first assignment for newly --ORDAINED Fr. Vianney! Fr. Vianney began his ministry. by house -to-house visits in the parish,catechism classes for children,and most important of all,by personally living a life of humility and holiness that was a model for his parishioners.Slowly but surely, things began to change in Ars. The taverns closed,the church became crowded even on weekdays and the line to the confessional grew always longer.In the confessional,Fr Vianney discovered that he had a real gift for seeing into the depths of his parishioner's souls and for giving them absolution with a few compassionate words that often changed the whole course of their lives.

    In time,the world came to Ars,as word spread about this extraordinary priest.From 1830 on,Fr. Vianney averaged 12-16 hours a day in the confessional,in addition to his regular pastoral duties,so sough-after was this humble,modest priest.Fr. Vianney died in 1859, by which time Ars had already become a place of pilgrimage.Pope Pius xi canonized him in 1925,and in 1929 named him,very appropriately,the patron saint of parish priests.

    St Vianney could also be considered a patron saint of all of those who worry about their shortcomings, their failures,their mediocrity.If there's one lesson we can learn from St. Vianney's life, its that God has given each of us all of the talents and gifts we need, and even the most unpromising of assignments has the potential for greatness.

    And there's a second story here, as well, Remember Fr. Balley,the Kindly priest who mentored Fr.Vianney and helped him become ordained?Fr. Balley died two years later,so he never Know how much good resulted from his helping Fr. Vianney achieve his vocation.It's a reminder to all of us that opportunities for greatness,and for setting positive things in motion,present themselves to us everyday.It's in the smallest of ways,by living genuinely good lives and extending ourselves in Kindness to others,that each of us,like St. Vianney,achieve lives of true impact and importance.

    Mas maniniwala pa ako sa mga Church Fathers kaysa kay sen. Lacson, e Law breaker sya eh!
    buti na lang 'di ako sumama sa mga kaibigan ko na may frat.'di totoong Master yung pinaglilikuran nyo!Magsusulit at huhukuman rin yan sa kabilang buhay.ska dito lang ung reward nila sa lupa.mababaw,nasayang ang buhay.
    Aug 03 2012 @ 03:50pm     Reply  
  • Novo hair
    In 1998,Pope John Paul II approved the Luther-Catholic Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification. Among other things,the document states:" By grace alone, in faith in Christ's saving work and not because of any merit on our part,we are accepted by God and receive the Holy Spirit,what renews our hearts while equipping and calling us to good works."

    What are the "good works" that you have done lately?Remember they are fruits of faith. Thank God then for the grace that inspires and empowers you to do good works.
    Through our baptism in water and Holy Spirit,we share in the merits of his Paschal Mystery.We share the grace of being able to enter the kingdom of God.However,Jesus also says, "The wind blows where it wills...so it is with anyone born of the Spirit."We cannot make a demand on God.Our admission into the kingdom does not just depend on what we have done.It is,foremost,grace--a total gift of God (see Rom4:4-6).
    Jul 27 2012 @ 08:46am     Reply  
  • alberto glory joy and sorrow inseparable
    THE PRIVILEGE OF DISCIPLESHIP MT13:16-17

    Jesus said to his disciples, V16Blessed are your eyes,because they see, and your ears,because they hear.v17Amen, I say to you, many prophets and righteous people longed to see what you see but did not see it, and to hear what you hear but did not hear it.

    The word of Jesus fit today's celebration of Sts.Joachim and Anne,the parents of Blessed virgin Mary and the grandparents of the Lord.Had they lived to see Jesus born?If they had,they were like the old man Simeon who blessed the Lord upon holding child Jesus in his arms.Their eyes,too,have prepared in the sight of all peoples(see LK2:30). Ask for the intercession of Sts. Joachim and Anne who are close to Mary and Jesus in heaven.
    Jul 26 2012 @ 12:34pm     Reply  
  • Alberto glory Post Modernism
    ANOTHER EXORCIST MK9:38-40
    v38 John said to Jesus,"Teacher,we saw someone driving out demons in your name,and we tried to prevent him because he does not follow us."
    v39 Jesus replied,"Do not prevent him.There is no one who performs a mighty deed in my name who can at the same time speak ill of me.
    v40For whoever is not against us is for us."

    In the Old Testament.Eldad and Medad received the gift of prophecy even though they were outside the camp when the Lord bestowed this gift on the seventy elders of Israel.Joshua then demanded that Moses did not heed him,wishing instead:"Would that the Lord might bestow his spirit on them all"(Nm11:24-29). Here, Jesus prevents his disciples from censuring the unnamed outsider--exorcist who is successful in an area where some of them have failed(MK9:14-18). God works in mysterious ways,in and through people who outwardly do not belong to Jesus' inner circle of disciples.God is absolutely free in choosing those he judges fit to do his works.The success of the stranger--exorcist shows that he has complete trust in God and faith in the power of Jesus' name over all forms of evil.The disciples should realize that they have no monopoly on messianic blessings.
    Jul 23 2012 @ 03:44pm     Reply  
  • Bogus lie of amando ang,dating daan,et all.
    'Where is that in the Bible? Anti-Catholics always ask this to prove that Catholic practices are baseless or unbiblical. In order to answer them, we should Know the true story about the origin of the Bible. Hundreds of Protestant pastors have already come back to the Catholic church because they have studied not only the Bible, (please watch 'Journey Home' in EWTN channel).

    Once in a while, we read about cults--how members are victimized by cult leaders. They are told when the end of the world is coming and are assured of deliverance when the day comes. But they meet their "end" when they flee from the cult or desperately defend their leaders when these come afoul with the authorities.

    BE PATIENT WITH OUR SEPARATE BRETHREN

    Jesus graphically pictures our world and the Church as a combination of the good and the bad in the parable of the wheat among the weeds:" The Kingdom of heaven may be compared to someone who sowed good seed in his field;but when everybody was asleep, an enemy came and sowed seeds among the wheat and then went away. So when the plants came up and bore grain. then the weeds appeared as well. And the slaves of the house holder came and said to him, 'Master, did you not sow good seed in your field?Where then did these weeds come from? He answered,' An enemy has done this.' The salves said to him, 'Then do you want us to go and gather them?' But he replied,'No, for in gathering the weeds you would uproot the wheat along with them. Let both of them grow together until the harvest; and at harvest time I will tell the reapers.' "Collect the weeds first and bind them in bundles to be burned, but gather the wheat into my barn." ' " (MT13:24-31)
    This parable contains important advices of Jesus.The time of the harvest--that is, the separation between the wheat and the weeds--should be done in God's own time. The present moment is not yet the time to root out the weeds because the wheat mat also be taken out.

    ang daming dumadalaw sa bilangguan 'pag sabado.haba pila.
    Jul 08 2012 @ 09:58am     Reply  
  • sintido
    lahat ng satanista! magaling!
    Jun 04 2012 @ 03:39pm     Reply  
  • vinalariza
    kakatawa yung "Isang Linggong Pag-ibig".
    May 29 2012 @ 04:29pm     Reply  
  • nooni
    this is very funny... nice one spot! nice one!
    May 29 2012 @ 01:52pm     Reply  
  • belljar
    This article really made me laugh! Galing talaga ng Spot magpatawa!! You really have witty writers! Two thumbs up! I'm still laughing as of this moment!! :-)
    May 28 2012 @ 01:40am     Reply  
  • luwii
    ALAPAAP, THE BEST SONG EVER!
    May 27 2012 @ 12:49am     Reply  
  • PAW
    CHIKININI ng Parokya ni Edgar pang ilan? 11? :)
    May 26 2012 @ 10:40pm     Reply  
  • charliekogure
    try this song from Seikima-II... The Fourth Movement of Akuma Symphony Suite Number 666 in C3 Minor called "DEAD SYMPHONY" from their English album "AKUMA NATIVITY"
    May 25 2012 @ 04:14pm     Reply  
  • Hellboy
    Serious naman mga reaction! Chill out! This isn't supposed to be taken seriously. Yes, "Isang Linggong Pag-Ibig" will lead us all straight to hell! Wahahaha.
    May 25 2012 @ 01:00pm     Reply  
  • Devil with the Blue Dress On
    F--K the Morality Police! I'm listening to Robert Johnson right now! He sold his soul to the Devil in exchange for stardom!
    May 25 2012 @ 12:48pm     Reply  
  • Genuine
    The morality police made quite a fuss regarding 'Alapaap' when it first came out during the mid-'90s, even the senate majority floor leader was a part of that lynch mob. Dong Abay's music is irony and satire, while 70% of this list are songs that are full of sexual innuendos or, as they want to put it, double meaning tunes. There's a marked difference.
    May 25 2012 @ 12:41pm     Reply  
  • emmanuel.lobrino
    Si Carlos Celdran me gawa ng list na to.
    May 25 2012 @ 11:41am     Reply  
  • Jason
    Irony and satire are very hard things to grasp for this crowd. LOL. "The Lazy Song" is definitely evil!
    May 25 2012 @ 10:52am     Reply  
  • alberto glory
    Hindi naman satanic ung 'heads song at PnE. nakikinig rin ako sa mga negative underground.'di Pop corn in music. the rest is baduy list in this article.
    May 25 2012 @ 09:32am     Reply  
  • Gina
    All songs in the rock genre have implied demonic messages. I don't know why people still support such atrocity. Well, Toni G. is right after all. "You are what you listen to".
    May 25 2012 @ 09:05am     Reply  
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