December 04, 2012

There Will Always be A First Time

Hope you guys enjoy our very 1st wedding photo as a team of this first-and-last wedding ceremony of Devid and Icha :) more photos to come, stay tuned!

November 16, 2012

In Love with Being in Love

You know that yummy feeling you get in the pit of your stomach when you are in love? You know how world looks brighter, the birds sing louder and your heart is happier? Being in love has got to be one of the most amazing things that can ever happen. It's a drug, it gives your body high, setting off all kinds of endorphins that make you feel invincible. Love is so amazing that a lot of times it can be an addiction. When that happens you fall in love with the feeling of being love. And while the feelings of love aren't bad, to be in love with them, rather than actually in love with the person, is a messed-up kind of love. And it can do all kinds of things to your heart and mind. 

When you're in love with being in love, you do stupid things. You settle for stupid love rather than real, genuine and true love. See, true love doesn't always feel good. It sometimes requires you to give up things you want and to do things you don't want. It's sacrificial. When you're in love with love, you miss out on the true purpose of love, and you become all about feelings and less about action. 

If you notice that you have a guy in your life in order to feel happy, then you might just be in love with being in love. Feeling love should never be your goal, but giving love should be :) 

If you are in love in being in love, then it's time to get your life straightened out. Consider these facts about love and look at the love you crave to see how it compares: 
- Love doesn't get mad when it doesn't get what it wants
- Love isn't jealous 
- Love isn't happy when other people grovel 
- Love doesn't require good feelings
- Love keeps no record of wrong 
- Love isn't 'all about me'
- Love is selfless
- Love doesn't make demands. 

April 12, 2012

Bloom Where You're Planted

Too many people are negative and discouraged because they don’t like where they are. They don’t like their spouse. They don’t like their jobs. That’s not where they want to be. They are always fighting against something. They are always trying to go somewhere else. But I’ve learned that God is more interested in changing me than He is in changing my circumstances. As long as I’m getting sour, upset and discouraged, that attitude will keep me right where I am. If you want to see change, if you want to see God open new doors, the key is to bloom where you’re planted. You can not wait until everything becomes better before you decide to have a good attitude. You have to be the best you can be right where you are.

“The steps of a good man are ordered by the LORD” (Psalm 37:23, NKJV). That means as long as we’re in faith, where we are is where we’re supposed to be. When tough times come your way, instead of being negative and complaining, say: “God, I may not like this, but I know I’m here in Your divine plan and You would not have allowed it unless You had something good for me. It may not feel good right now, but I know it’s helping me to grow and become all that You created me to be.”

When you pass the test of blooming where you’re planted and keep the good attitude even when you don’t feel like it, and stay calm when you don’t get your way, and honor authority even when you don’t agree, you are sowing a seed for God to take you where He wants you to go.

Have you ever thought that God may have you somewhere on purpose so you can be a good example? You’re not in a position for God to promote you if you’re not the best you can be right where you are.

Understand, God has exactly where He wants you. If you’ll learn to be happy where you are, God will take you where you want to be. He’s promised He will give you the desires of your heart. (quoted from Joel Osteen)