Christmas Miralces

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This site contains only a list of some of the miracles of my life that I was able to make time to write them here. For a full list of titles with some to be written soon, click My stories of Miracles for more details.

I Asked for a Miracle Yesterday and This Morning...

Mon, 09/16/2013

I have been busy, very busy. Thankfulness and grateful to God that I'm busy. But, I have been so busy that I'm so backlogged with everything. And interestingly, this weekend, Sunday, while I was standing up there by the choir section singing, I said in my heart, "I need a miracle, God, to prove to me that you hear me."

Yes, I've been busy, but also have challenges on other things too. So, for a moment, I felt tire and cranky. And also, one of the last photoshoot I did a week ago (yes, I'm in my own business, independently, doing special photoshoot for a very special company, one that is a blessing from Heaven), it suddenly dawned to me... I got this group of businesses that I'm photoshooting for their schools... Oh Lord! It suddenly dawned to me that it is the years (ten) of teaching the CCD (religious ed) for the children every Sunday after I sing the morning mass. It was the piggy bank analogy that I created and told the kids (first graders, second graders and 4th graders) year after year, about how we must save in our piggy bank in Heaven. My story of that Piggy Bank analogy will be share in another article on one of my other sites. It dawned to me that day that the reason I have all these photoshooting to do with the kids schools, it was the saving I've saved in God's Piggy Bank.

Just want to take a moment here and say Thank You to God for all that I have and and all that He's given me.

Today, I'm kind of moping around because I'm overloaded with stress from all that I have on my shoulder. And out of the blue, I turned on my tablet, and there, something caught my eyes. And so, I clicked and checked it out.

Here you go. This is what I came across. Get ready with some tissue in hands. It's that piggy bank analogy that I made up to tell the children all these years.

My Stories of Miracles