If it ain’t about Jesus

I dread the misuse of Scripture everywhere these days. Seriously, it’s just as bad as disregarding or dishonouring it, if not, worse.

At the end of it all, simply ask yourself: does it glorify God or you? Is it to satisfy/fulfil what He wants or what you want?

If the answer is the latter, then man, we are in a lot of trouble.

If it ain’t about Jesus, then y’all miss the whole point.

Humanity have done this time and again, everything they can to bend biblical truths towards their own principles and desires (the enemy’s modus operandi way back from the Garden, “Oh honey, you shall not certainly die…”).

But I believe that the Truth will stand His ground—He always will, and always has prevailed.

Colour Run

Here’s a not so traditional Colour Run photo of mine, taken by my singing student. I know. What the heck, right?

This is when you had no plans whatsoever to join the school Colour Run, yet found yourself right in the middle of it, then come back to school to do more after class tuition.

No. Plans. You could tell by my outfit. I still got my kids’ respect after all, so I’m cool.

Also, I would rock the green hair. Don’t you think?

Wear black and sing!

When you got to perform and unsure of what to wear, just do black! You will never go wrong with black.

During the weekend, our music team at Filozart have participated in the first Philippine Cultural Night at Blacktown.

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We brought in our share of Filipino culture and music through some contemporary songs that tell of our stories and uniqueness.

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It’s always incredible to sing OPM (Original Pinoy Music). It’s always incredible to sing in your native tongue, and represent your roots, especially its artistry.

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Photography by Jade and Michael Cadeliña

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