• Follow God’s Rules

    Follow God’s Rules

    Have you ever imagined a life without rules? Since the day you were born and introduced into society, you have been taught certain ways of doing things. How to talk, how to dress, how to uphold yourself in society — these are just some of the things that were taught to you to follow. We […]

  • When the Light Grows Dim

    When the Light Grows Dim

    A famous band once said, “there is a light that never goes out.” As Christians, we know that it is the light of our everlasting Savior, our Rock and Redeemer, Jesus Christ. He is the perfect exemplar. He showed us what it was like to be a true Son of God. He is never out […]

  • 100% Human and 100% God

    100% Human and 100% God

    “But when the fulness of the time was come, God sent forth his Son, made of a woman, made under the law,” (Galatians 4:4) Jesus was the first child of Mary and Joseph. Even though he was not their genetic and biological son, they considered him their very own son and raised him. Jesus became […]

  • Accepting Your Parent’s Imperfections

    Accepting Your Parent’s Imperfections

    Sometimes, children think that what they give to their parents are all honor, respect, love, and obedience. But little did they know that the simple or slight frustration on their parents’ imperfections might actually trigger their “false self-entitlement”. What does this mean? This is the feeling or thinking that you are more than the other […]

  • Respect Requires Humility

    Respect Requires Humility

    What does it mean to fulfill the fifth commandment of God? According to the previous chapters, giving honor to your parents means that you give them high regards and respect. This means that you know their importance and value in your life. You obey them and respect them even if they have imperfections. The fifth […]

  • Sometimes Honor Does Not Equate to Love

    Sometimes Honor Does Not Equate to Love

    Why do you honor and respect others? It is because they deserve to be respected or to be honored. As mentioned in the previous chapter, everybody deserves respect. But do you love all the people you respect or give honor to? Or the question rather is, does giving honor or respect to people automatically mean […]