|Cake Photo Courtesy of The Edge Media|
Now, allow me to borrow that title and some of his thoughts from that sermon.
We ministered to them, gave gifts, old toys and clothes donated by different people, fed them and made them happy. We were there until past 3pm. That project was headed by Ms Joyce Burton-Titular and her husband Mr Ron Titular (of the Edge Media Ministry) and it was called "First Day of Christmas".
I met a mother whose child was operated from hydrocephalus but the head is not on its normal size yet. I prayed for the child and as i was praying for her, tears began to flow from my eyes. For one reason, i was believing for her healing because there is no impossible with God...if Jesus healed the men with leprosy, i believe that Jesus can heal that child too. I was also touched because God gave me that opportunity to touch that kid as an extension of God's love for her. The mother was teary-eyed while we were praying but after our prayer, i could sense in her that hope sprang up from within her and she began to smile and asked me to continue to pray for her child in my personal prayer time.
|The mother was smiling after we prayed|
|a young father with his kid who has a hole in her heart|
Like Cathy, a friend of Owie who took a leave from their business just for her to go there and volunteer and also gave medicines for the kids. From my observation, she came from a well-off family but she didn't mind preparing the food for the people there and helping in her own special way.
|Cathy and Owie|
|from left: Sam's cousin and Sam with their dogs|
|Sam and her cousin helping us with food preparation|
There was Isabella de Leon (a.k.a Duday of Daddy Di Do Du, a Filipino sitcom aired on GMA Network before). She sang some Christian and Christmas songs to minister to the kids and mingled with them too.
|Isabella de Leon singing|
|Courtesy of Owie's Tagged Photos|
|Jude Matthew Servilla singing with the kids|
I salute Ms Joyce Burton-Titular and her husband, Mr Ron Titular who headed this project that really touched not only the kids and the parents but also the donors and the volunteers.
Most of all, i believe Jesus was also touched because of that. Let me post here again the passage above,
Have you visited Jesus lately? If you haven't done it yet, i encourage you to do so. This Christmas season, touch Jesus' heart by giving food to the hungry, by giving something to drink to those who are thirsty, by reaching out to people whom you don't know, by giving clothes to those who need them, by looking after the sick, by visiting people who are in prison.. for whatever you do for them, you do it for Jesus.
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