Mark 4:35-41

Hi guys! How's your week going? Hope you're having an awesome one! :) Finally found time to blog after my recent trip to Baguio. It was a fun and jam-packed weekend, got fever and colds probably because of the weather. Nevertheless, we had so much fun and I can't wait to post about our trip soon!

Honestly, I spent half an hour just staring at my laptop since I didn't know what to blog about. Until I remembered the beautiful gospel from last Sunday's mass that I felt the need to share. Father's Day + Bishop Ongtioco + gospel reading from Mark 4:35-41 = ❤❤❤. Albeit being sick, I fought my fever and colds to hear mass and it was a beautiful decision. :)

On me: top and skirt from H&M | The Stanley sneakers courtesy of People Footwear | sling bag courtesy of SM Parisian

In case you're going through rough roads lately, allow me to remind you of last Sunday's reading: Jesus asked the fishermen to go to the other side of the lake. They took a boat, then suddenly a storm gathered and waves spilled over inside. Jesus continued sleeping while the rest were filled with fear.

They woke him up, asking "Master, don't you care if we drown?" And Jesus rose up, rebuked the wind, and ordered the sea, "Quiet now! Be still!" And there was a great calm.

Jesus said to them, "Why are you so frightened? Do you still have no faith?"

Life can get stormy. Tough times are inevitable. We might think that God is sleeping or doesn't care whenever we don't get what we want. But this gospel reminds us that we should never be afraid or doubtful because He is ALWAYS with us. Siya pa! ;)

Short but sweet memo for everyone! Have a beautiful week ahead! ❤❤❤

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