Oprah & Morning Habits: A Lesson on How to Start Each Day


You might be familiar with Pastor Carl Lentz of Hillsong New York. If it doesn’t ring a bell, just think of Justin Bieber. Yes, he’s one of the two pastors who have been spending time with Bieber. The other one is Pastor Judah Smith. Lentz guested in one of Oprah’s shows lately and his Instagram post of them is interesting.


I really enjoyed my time with @oprah filming for her super soul Sunday show… She is truly a special woman and a culture changer. To come from absolute poverty in Mississippi and reach the point where she became the first African American MULTI-BILLIONAIRE, takes a passion and drive that is exceptional and tireless. What struck me most about her, was her ease and kindness. She told me her key was “waking up each day and thanking Jesus for loving me and thanking Him for all he has done.” That practice, in that order, is one to be copied.. I’m grateful that she opened up her platform to talk about Jesus unapologetically and without borders. It’s literally impossible to “say all the right things” in interviews like this. I don’t even remotely try to. My goal is to always say the one thing that matters eternally, and by Gods grace, we are able to at least do that! #occupyallstreets #especiallytheonesyoudontbelongonnaturally #newroadsnewrivers #mysnapchatiscarl.lentz

A photo posted by Carl Lentz (@carllentz) on May 18, 2016 at 5:36pm PDT


What’s the key behind the Queen of Talk’s ease and kindness?

Waking up each day and thanking Jesus for loving her and thanking Him for all he has done.

What’s your morning habit? Oprah’s is one that we can consider doing. It’s one lesson on how to possibly start the day.

How about you? What’s your morning habit?


Pangako Sa’Yo Remake: The One Thing We’re Reminded Of


As PANGAKO SA’YO closes its curtains this week, it’s fitting to pick out the one major lesson this remake has taught us… or better yet, has reminded us of.

Whether this remake was as successful as the original Echo-Tin version or not, the real point that this remake has brought about is this: LOVE IS ALWAYS WORTH FIGHTING FOR.

I was in high school when the original version aired. I lived in my aunt’s place and she wouldn’t miss an episode of it. Vina Morales’ signature slow-to-climactic ‘birit’ was a signal that the show was starting & ending.

The remake had similar touches but turned out to have new plots. But as it ends, the one thing that never changed is how Angelo & Yna fought for their love when they became sure of it.

‪#‎KATHNIEL‬ FANS, this version has taught you well on that– LOVE at the RIGHT TIME. When it’s time, LOVE NO MATTER WHAT. When it’s time, FIGHT FOR IT. Promises are not enough. Do something about it. As the cliche goes, action speaks louder than words.

On a personal note, it reminds me of the love that has gone as far as dying on the cross– the love of JESUS CHRIST! Diko maisip yung ibang examples na as good as this one. Eto yung pinaka totoong nakita ko that action spoke louder than words. God’s love was so real He gave His son Jesus Christ for me and you.

Romans 5:8 “but God shows his love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”

Ikaw, would there be something you’ve learned from PSY that you’d want to share? Feel free to comment below!

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