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Jun 26, 2013

By CampusLifePH.org

This is a translation of an article by Zhang Zhe-hao originally published in http://www.luke54.org/view/15/807.html on June 11, 2010

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Jun 26, 2013

By CampusLifePH.org

This is a translation of an article by Chen Yu-zhen originally published in http://www.luke54.org/view/15/1079.html on September 9, 2010

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Mar 29, 2013

By Student, graduate of DLSU attending Bible-study

When I was in DLSU, I was able to attend two campus meetings with my friend, Faith. I was unable to continue, though, because I devoted more time to my studies and eventually my schedule did not permit. Furthermore, I was hesitant due to differences in perspective on certain beliefs. However, years passed and I had the chance to attend a meeting again when I lived alone while studying in CEU. I had a flexible schedule, so I got to attend a meeting. There I learned something new, thus I opted to attend more meetings.

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Mar 18, 2012

By S.L., DLSU-M

I learned a lot from the Bible-study. Even if our beliefs were not all the same, we all had faith in God and that is where we were all in common. I learned more from the Bible-study than listening to Mass. Bible-study taught me many things that Mass did not and I enjoyed it because the brothers and sisters helped me understand the topic more by sharing from their experiences. We had a topic in each meeting and it was explained really well. I learned more about God and more about a person's life. It was only in the Bible-study that I learned that a person has three parts: the spirit, the soul, and the body. One of the topics that I really liked was when the brothers and sisters discussed about moving on and going on. I realized that we should never stop. We should get on with life. The thing that struck me was that we should not keep on repenting the same sin that had already passed but should move on and just do not do it again. The important thing is we should never stop. I also learned that the spirit is the instrument [organ] to communicate with God and that Jesus is the ladder to heaven. These are some of the things that I learned.

(S.L. is one of the gospel friends who attended the Bible-study from September to December of 2011)

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Feb 26, 2012

By J.C., Manila City

The word in message 11 is a charge of the king. After seeing that all things are just vanity, King Solomon charges us to remember our Creator in the days of our youth. In contrast to seeing all things are not fit for us to spend our life on, we would see that our best days, our youth, are best spent only to remember our Creator, that is, to love Him.

As young people we often spend our time enjoying ourselves and doing everything to our heart's content. We love to enjoy and explore many possibilities and tread on uncharted territories. But once we grow older life becomes more difficult. We become limited by many responsibilities and poor body functions will greatly affect us (Eccl 12:2-8). Ecclesiastes present a sad portrait of man's old age. It shows how man's human life is vanity, temporal and bound to decay. That's why King Solomon reminded us to remember the Lord in the days of our youth. To remember the Lord is to love the Lord, and our loving the Lord should be now. "If ever I loved Thee, Lord Jesus, 'tis now" (Hymns 544). To love the Lord is now! We don't have tomorrow, we only have today! Before we are bothered by the troubles of old age, we should give our best days to love the Lord. We need to grab hold of every opportunity to love and serve Him. We should not wait, nor boast of tomorrow (Prov.27:1). Furthermore, we need to consecrate ourselves to the Lord every day, daily renewing our consecration to Him.

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