Lacerated but Standing Still fighting...

Fighting for a brighter FUTURE...

After  a week and a half, my fellow Filipinos are still struggling to survive but you can see in their faces that they don't lost the HOPE for a brighter future.

My Sunday Words of God...
Not so me as I never showed that I am indeed a true BELIEVER...

"In the midst of a very sever trial, their overflowing joy and their extreme poverty welled up in rich generosity. For I testify that they gave as much as they were able  and beyond their ability. Entirely on their own, they urgently pleaded with us to the privilege of sharing in this service to the Lord's people."

2 Corithians 8:2-4

(My own Philippine flag, devastated but still serving my heart as a true blooded Filipina)

Thank You my World for helping my countrymen
May God blesses YOU All...
SSS2 am late and many days of absence...
Yes, Smiling Sally... misses your party...


10 kommentarer:

  1. A very poignant shot. Prayers and gifts to help have been sent.

  2. Very nice post. My heart goes out too all of the people in the path of devastation. May they recover and begin life again soon.

  3. We have been praying for everyone affected by that horrible storm. I hope you did not have family members who were! My two friends who are from the Philippines had family members who were safe. We were so thankful!

  4. I hope all of your family is alright. I heard that my family (mostly from my grandmother's brother's family) are all alright. One family lost their home. Amazingly, the ones in Marapipi are OK too.Have you decorated for Christmas already? So organized!

  5. Hope is what is needed. And hard work to start sad but I hope people have strength and motivation even if they've lost everything.

  6. Hello CC,

    I am concerned for the people affected. Thanks for sharing this.

    (I fixed your photo and link.)

    Have a good Blue Monday.

  7. It is hard to understand why things happen, but yet we are not to question,. I am so sorry you and your country are going through some bad times. I pray things will get better soon.

  8. That battered flag has a story to tell, a story of triumph over devastation!

    Shadowy Stone

  9. What a beautiful tribute to the people who have suffered such losses. Hope is the one thing that keeps us going. Blessings to you and the Philippine people.
    xo, Jeanne

  10. Hej Chie,
    Fruktansvärt det som hänt. Man tror inte att det är på riktigt, men tyvärr är det så. Hoppas dina nära o kära är OK.
    Kram från Australien♥ ~Pernilla


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