New Favorite Songs

I’ve come across the videos of Moriah Peters and boy, I have found a new favorite. Moriah Peters is an American Contemporary Christian singer and her songs are an inspiration. The lyrics to her songs are basically my conviction in life and love so I’m sharing to you some of her songs that I found inspiration:

 

Bloom

This song is an inspiration to me and an encouragement to all women out there who thinks less highly of themselves. Just like the song says, you are born to bloom.

 

Well Done

This video speaks what I want in life and how I want to live this life. This song just reminds me I am not doing things for myself, but for the people to see the love I have received. πŸ™‚

 

I’ll Wait for You

I’ve been waiting all these years for someone whom I will love and who will make me feel loved. I think I’ve met him, but I’m not really sure. Whatever the case, I’m waiting on God for His will to be done because I know, when that time comes, it will all be worth it. That time, I know, God will write my own love story, just like how God has written Moriah’s love story in this next song.

PS: The above video is her own wedding.Β  πŸ™‚

 

Haven’t Even Kissed

These are exactly my thoughts when I was listening to this song! This one song is something I would want to feel and experience someday. I am looking forward to that time when I will meet a man and our relationship will just inspire other people, just like what the lyrics of this song says. πŸ™‚

 

These are my new favorites. How about you? You have new inspirations, too? πŸ™‚

Desire of my Heart

Since October last year, I have this doubts in myself and where I want to be. I feel insecure, sad and incompetent because I work in a company where I’m not practicing my course. I’ve prayed and prayed and asked God why He is so quiet, but then, I still trusted Him.

As I am writing this, I heard this passage on KLOVE.com via streaming, “Delight yourself in the Lord, He will give you the desires of your heart.” This is veryΒ true to my life — to my CAREER life as I can see.

I know that at some point in my life, I’e disappointed my Tatay but as I hold on to his promises, He never let go of me. NO MATTER WHAT.

Through Jobstreet, I found GENYO. Through the trainings, I found new friends. Through FAITH, I found my career. Β I don’t know why, but I feel excited on working for DIWA. I feel excited to go to different places to conduct teacher trainings; much more to promote GENYO and advance education in the Philippines through technology. I feel like I’m stepping a stone ahead of me — Β toward light. God knows my desires, and He never fails to give not what I want, but what is best for me.

Now, I don’t regret why I worked in a call center before, I felt rejected, I became broke, I felt heartbroken because God has plans. Though those instances are not what I want, God allowed that to happen because he’s molding me into a kind of person who’ll be capable of HIS work. He’s preparing me into my greater destiny. And for that, I THANK GOD and give glory to HIM.