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kay siya lang ang buhing saksi nga tinuli ang iyang bana. :)
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Ni RHONA GOC-ONG-VILLARIASA


"IF YOU cheat Duterte (Rody) there will be a revolution. I will lead the revolution!"

Kini ang pintok nga mensahe ni Pastor Apollo Quiboloy, executive pastor sa Jesus Christ the Name Above Every Name, labot sa giingong tikas nga posibleng mahitabo karong Mayo 9.

Ang pastor nga suod nga higala ni presidential candidate ug Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte namahayag nga di gayud siya motugot nga mahitabo ang tikas ug limbungan ang katawhan sa kamatuoran.

"Now you see the influx of the people to the meetings of Duterte, wherever he goes the people will not allow cheating," ni Quiboloy atol sa press conference nga gihimo diha sa CJFI Residential Care Center sa Children's Joy Foundation Inc. (CJFI), Purok 8, San Miguel, Barangay Indangan, dakbayan sa Davao, Huwebes sa buntag.

Si Quiboloy masaligon sa kapasidad ni Duterte isip lider, ug may katakos kini nga giyahan ang Pilipinas kung kini man mahimong presidente sa nasud.

"Mayor Duterte has the balls to do that, not any presidentiables can do that. They are just fooling the people. That is why I'm passionate with this, no matter what, let us support Duterte to become president."

Dugang sa pastor nga kung pabiling mopili ang mga botante og lider nga way igong kaisog sa pagsulbad sa kriminalidad ug ubang suliran sa nasud, suma niya, magpabilin ang kahadlok hilabi na sa nag-ung-ong nga tensiyon sa terorismo.

"Do not fail the season of electing a leader like Duterte. If you fail this one, we have reached (a point) of no return for the Philippines. He is 71 years old, he can still exhaust his energy to turn this country around. I'm sick and tired of the same political standard we experience, we want change!"

Sa pikas bahin, nagtuo sab si Quiboloy nga ang isyung may gitago nga P211 million nga kwarta si Duterte nga giyagyag karon ni vice presidential candidate Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV kabahin lamang sa duwa sa politika.

"In the long stretch of this political season you expect something like that to come out."

Alang sa pastor, di na kini angayan og hatagan sa dakong pagtagad tungod mas labaw nga importante ang seguridad sa tagsa-tagsa, hilabi na nga bag-uhay lamang gilungguan og ulo ang usa ka Canadian national nga gikidnap sa Samal ug gidala sa Sulo.


Gipatik sa mantalaang Superbalita Davao Abril 29, 2016.
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Ni JEEPY P. COMPIO


NAGPUNGASI sa kalagot nga nagpa-blotter sa Talomo Police Station ang usa ka ginang sanglit gisaway nga pisot ang iyang bana niadtong Martes sa hapon.

Ang nagpatala sa Presinto 3 mao si Bernadeth (bansagon gitago), 50, nagpuyo sa Barangay Catalunan Grande, Talomo District, siyudad sa Davao.

Uban ni Bernadeth iyang bana nga si Rex, kinsa maoy giingnan nga pisot sa ilang silingan nga si Mercy, 45, ug anak niini nga si Gary, 22, human sila nagkabangi nga misangko sa damage to property.

Mitug-an ang magtiayon sa pulis nga dihang migawas sila sa balay naulawan sila kay misinggit ang ilang silangan, "Gawas mo diha, mga Ilonggo nga pisot, pamatyon ta mo!"

Giingon nga nahutdan na og pasensya ang mga nagreklamo human gipangdukdok sa mag-inahan ang ilang gate uban sa pagsinggit-singgit.

Ang mag-asawa gipahimangnoan sa pulis nga ipatawag ang mga gireklamo sa barangay aron didto sila husayon.


Gipatik sa mantalaang Superbalita Davao Abril 28, 2016.
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Science and Research / Re: Artificial intelligence explained
« Last post by hubag bohol on April 30, 2016, 04:13:54 AM »
By Kaye Foley

When it comes to the future of artificial intelligence, the ultimate battle between man and machine may come to mind — but that’s really the stuff of science fiction. AI actually has a presence in our daily lives on a much more useful and less apocalyptic level. Think personal assistant devices and apps like Alexa, Cortana and Siri, web search predictions, movie suggestions on Netflix and self-driving cars.

The term “artificial intelligence” was coined back in 1956. It describes a machine’s ability to perform intelligent behavior such as decision-making or speech recognition.

In the last two decades or so, big strides have been made in artificial intelligence — from IBM’s Deep Blue computer beating chess champion Garry Kasparov and the company’s Watson computer winning “Jeopardy!” to social robots like Jibo and online chatbots. Today, advanced computer systems can see, hear, learn, draw conclusions and solve problems. Robotics and AI have innovated education, health care and business.

But the question remains: Will future AI be friend or foe?

Some big names in the tech and science communities, including Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Bill Gates and Stephen Hawking, warn against the dangers of artificial intelligence. But most AI researchers reject doomsday scenarios, saying that while machines may be as smart as — or even smarter than — humans, they’re algorithms that can’t really think for themselves beyond what their programmers have coded them to do.

Researchers do say, however, that there are pitfalls to giving computers too much responsibility. These advanced systems can have programming glitches, not know how to respond to unexpected variables, misunderstand human instructions and be vulnerable to cyberattacks. But researchers do believe humans can safely control and regulate the development of AI.

So, whether you’re prepping for the AI apocalypse or you think robots are the wave of the future, when it comes to artificial intelligence, at least you can say, “Now I Get It." -- https://www.yahoo.com/
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Science and Research / Artificial intelligence explained
« Last post by hubag bohol on April 30, 2016, 04:13:25 AM »
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Online Bible Study | Knowing God / Suffering for Others
« Last post by TUBAGBOHOL.com on April 29, 2016, 07:00:57 PM »
Suffering for Others

I now rejoice in my sufferings for you, and fill up in my flesh what is lacking in the afflictions of Christ, for the sake of His body, which is the church. Colossians 1:24

Ministry is costly. When the heavenly Father wanted to save His creation from sin, He could find no other way except the sacrifice of His Son (Rom. 5:8). Scripture gives a stark picture of the price our Savior paid to obtain our salvation: “He is despised and rejected by men, / A Man of sorrows and acquainted with grief” (Isa. 53:3). If Christ is your model for ministry, you cannot avoid going to the cross for the sake of others. Salvation comes with a great price, and if we are going to “take up our cross” and follow Jesus, then we must be prepared to go witd. Love for His Father provided all the motivation that was necesh Him to the place of suffering if that’s what it takes to bring salvation to those around us. If our goal is to bring others to Christ we must be willing, as He was, to risk rejection. People may disappoint us, misunderstand our motives, even despise and persecute us. Our Savior did not let suffering prevent Him from being used by God to bring salvation to those He lovesary. Are you presently experiencing hardship because of the ministry to which God has called you? Have you begun to wonder if the price you are paying is too great? Take a moment to reflect on the price God was willing to pay in order to bring salvation to you. Are you glad He was willing to do what was necessary? Will you not join Him in whatever is necessary to bring salvation to those around you?
Henry and Richard Blackaby .
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Online Bible Study | Knowing God / Spiritual Bread
« Last post by TUBAGBOHOL.com on April 29, 2016, 12:15:37 PM »
Spiritual Bread

Daily Devotional for Sunday, April 24th, 2016

And Jesus said to them, "I am the bread of life. He who comes to Me shall never hunger, and he who believes in Me shall never thirst." John 6:35

We know how to use physical bread. Whenever we are hungry we simply go and eat. Do we do that spiritually? Jesus said if we believe in Him, we will never be spiritually hungry, or malnourished, for He is the “bread of life.” Every time we face a spiritual need, it is a simple matter of going to Christ and allowing Him to provide us with what we need. Our problem is that sometimes we interpret Scripture based on our own experience. We say, “Yes, but I remember a time when I was spiritually hungry.” If that is true, then either God did not tell the truth, or we misinterpreted our experience. Could it be that we tried to satisfy our spiritual hunger with human resources? Could it be that we relied so heavily upon friends and the experiences of others that we have never learned how to go to Christ for our own spiritual food? Could it be that we had a great spiritual feast several years ago, and we were so “full” of Christ that we thought we would never have to eat again? We grew lean and hungry because we were still operating on an encounter with God we had years ago. If you are lacking something spiritually, it is not because God does not have an abundance of resources prepared and available for you. It is that you have not come to Him in faith as He invites (John 10:10). When God gave manna in the wilderness, the children of Israel had to go out each day to receive God’s daily provision. Jesus taught His disciples to pray, “Give us this day our daily bread.” Spiritual nourishment is something you must seek daily. Have you found spiritual food from Christ today? Henry and Richard Blackaby .
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