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« on: February 13, 2010, 07:45:34 AM »

Let us look at Jesus' example when voting for a public official.


A HEART moved with pity for his/her people. (verse 2)
GENUINE CONCERN not to send the people away hungry. (verse 3)
DETERMINATION to feed the people not just during the campaign period. (verse 4-5)
RESOURCEFULNESS to provide for the people through honest means. (Verse 5 and 7)
RIGHTEOUS AUTHORITY over those he/she governs. (verse 6)
RESPONSIBILITY over those who work for him/her and their actions. (verse 4-6)
HUMILITY to recognize that all he/she holds (authority, power, position, resources) is merely a gift entrusted to him/her temporarily. (verse 6-7)
HONESTY to give to the people what is meant for the people. (verse 6-7)
GRATITUDE to be of humble service to the people. (verse 6-7)
THRIFTINESS not to waste the resources meant for the people's benefit. (verse_8)
SELFLESSNESS to serve the people instead of serving one's self. (verse 9)
SCRUPLES to know when one's time has come to leave. (verse 10)

READ MARK 8:1-10

8:1 Ug niadtong panahona, sa nagkatapok na usab ang usa ka dakung panon sa katawhan,
     ug wala silay makaon, gitawag ni Jesus ang iyang mga tinun-an ngadto kaniya, ug miingon siya kanila,

8:2 "Naluoy ako sa katawhan, kay tulo na karon ka adlaw sa ilang pagpakig-uban kanako, ug wala silay makaon;

8:3 ug kon papaulion ko sila nga walay mga kaon, panguyapan sila sa dalan; ug ang uban kanila layo ra bag gigikanan."

8:4 Ug kaniya mitubag ang iyang mga tinun-an nga nanag-ingon,
      "Asa man kitag tinapay dinhi sa awaaw nga arang ikabusog niining maong panon sa katawhan?"

8:5 Ug nangutana siya kanila, "Pila ba ka buok ang inyong tinapay?" Sila mitubag, "Pito."

8:6 Ug gisugo niya ang panon sa katawhan sa pagpanglingkod sa yuta; ug iyang gikuha ang pito ka tinapay,
     ug sa nakapasalamat na siya, gipikaspikas niya kini ug gihatag ngadto sa iyang mga tinun-an aron ilang idulot;
     ug kini ilang gidulot ngadto sa katawhan.

8:7 Ug dihay ilang pipila ka gagmayng isda; ug sa nakapanalangin siya niini, siya nagsugo nga idulot usab kini ngadto kanila.

8:8 Ug sila nangaon ug nangabusog; ug ilang gihipos ang mga tipik nga nahibilin nga mipuno sa pito ka mga alat.

8:9 Ug may mga upat ka libo ka tawo ang nangaon.

8:10 Ug unya iyang gipapauli sila. Ug sa paghisakay niya dihadiha sa sakayan uban sa iyang mga tinun-an,
       siya miadto sa kayutaan sa Dalmanuta.

Photos Unlimited / FISH SPA @ OCEAN PARK
« on: February 01, 2010, 01:23:20 AM »

Try this one. Fish Spa at Ocean Park in Manila.
Imong dead skin and ingrowns kaonon sa gagmay nga Tilapia.
Nangita mi ug Piranha pero wala man.

« on: February 01, 2010, 01:00:32 AM »
Mga musika nga nitibo o kinaraan.
Mga instrumento nga hinimo lang kay walay sapi.
Bunga sa pagkakugihan sa atong mga igsoon
sa bukid ug sa kapatagan.

« on: February 01, 2010, 12:48:21 AM »
Hello mga TB mates, unsa may mga dula o dulaan
kaniadtong gagmay pa mo nga nawala na karon
o naa gihapon? Ang tirador o pintik naa pa.
Siyatong? Wala nako kakitag nagsyatong.

Photos Unlimited / Try Nako Post Flowers
« on: January 31, 2010, 07:12:29 PM »
4317420816_dfd081b57f_m - Show Posts - gwargz

Yeheeey! Kabalo nako mo-post.
Mao ni akong first photo sa flower.
Ang title nako kay "Yellow Dearie".
Cellphone ra intawon akong gamit ani.
Dili ko ka-adjust kay walay aperture
ug speed. Mao nga gidula ko lang sa
sunlight. More coming. Pero cellphone shots
ra gihapon.

God bless. DaBins, grabe kaayo kag photos
makawala sa nagmug-ot nga panagway.
DARAY thanks for the tip in posting photos.

Hehehe.  ;D

Photos Unlimited / F L O W E R S
« on: January 31, 2010, 11:29:37 AM »
I wish to see flowers.
Just flowers that you take from your camera.
Cellphone camera, SLR, Digitals, Film-fed, etc.
As long as it is original.
Daghan man diay Camera Enthusiasts dinhi sa TB.
Please post your shots of the subject here.

God bless Tubag Bohol !!!

Photos Unlimited / I g i t
« on: November 22, 2009, 09:09:30 PM »
Nagsakay ka ug Aircon Bus unya kalibangon kaayo ka.
Diay nag-LBM ka. Unya misidlit gamay ang igit sa imong lubot
ug na-feel nimo nga naa jod gamay migawas. Ug mialisbo
ang bahooo kaayo nga tae. Unsay imong buhaton?


Unsa nga subject ang dili nimo ganahan sa una.
Unsa pod imong ganahan. Ngano man ?
Go, TB , Go !

Photos Unlimited / U t o t
« on: November 10, 2009, 05:38:43 PM »
Kon anaa ka sa Aircon nga sakyanan
o Aircon nga meeting room.
Unya dili na kapugngan nimo.
Ibuhagay ba nimo ang imong baho kaayo nga utot?

Kon iutot jod nimo.
Magsaba ka ba nga ikaw nangutot?

Nagsugal ka ba?
Nag-inom ka ba hangtod nga mahubog ka?
Nagsigarilyo ka ba o nagdroga?
Nagbisyo ka ba ug uban pa?
Unsay imong panglantaw niini?
Makaayo ba kini kanimo?
Ipadayon mo ba kini?
Aduna ka bay plano sa pag-undang niini?
Imong panglantaw, maoy matuman dinhi
nga thread. Walay makasupak sa imong
panglantaw. Apan kon gusto nimo nga
mangayog opinyon, open up lang pod.
Kinsay una, go na ...

LGU Philippines / Politics & Prayer Power
« on: October 17, 2009, 11:08:12 AM »
Note: I am just posting here an interesting email which i
received from a friend. I hope this would empower us.

By her own admission, GMA (Gloria Macapagal Arroyo) rightfully assessed that over the last decades;
our republic has become one of the weakest, steadily left behind by its more progressive neighbors.'
Forty years ago, we were only second to Japan in economic stature, and way ahead of Singapore,
Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Thailand. Today, at our present growth rate, it will take us 30 years
to get to where Thailand is.

1.. A population of 160 Million;

2. Of those, 70 to 90 million (equivalent to our current population)
    will live below the poverty line;

3. Our national debt is estimated to be at US$200B
    (compared to US$28B when Marcos fled, and US$53B today);

4. We will be competing, not against Thailand or even Vietnam, but against Bangladesh;

5. We will be the most corrupt nation in Asia, if not in the world
    (we're already ranked 11th most corrupt nation by Transparency International) ...

The signs are clear. Our nation is headed towards an irreversible
path of economic decline and moral decadence. It is not for lack of effort.
We've seen many men and women of integrity in and out of government,
NGOs, church groups & people's organization devote themselves to the task
of nation-building, often times against insurmountable odds.

But not even two people's revolutions, bloodless as they may be,
have made a dent in reversing this trend. At best, we have moved
one step forward, but three steps backward.

We need a force far greater than our collective efforts, as a people,
can ever hope to muster. It is time to move the battle to the spiritual realm..
It's time to claim GOD's promise of healing of the land for His people.
It's time to gather GOD's people on its knees to pray for the economic recovery
and moral reformation of our nation.

Is prayer really the answer? Before you dismiss this as just another
rambling of a religious fanatic, I'd like you to consider some lessons
we can glean from history.

England 's ascendancy to world power was preceded by the Reformation,
a spiritual revival fueled by intense prayers.

The early American settlers built the foundation that would make it
the most powerful nation today - a strong faith in GOD and a disciplined prayer life.
Throughout its history, and especially at its major turning points,
waves of revival and prayer movement swept across the land.

In recent times, we see Korea as a nation experiencing revival
and in the process producing the largest Christian church in the world today,
led by Rev. Paul Yongi Cho. No wonder it has emerged as a strong nation
when other economies around it are faltering.

Even from a purely secular viewpoint, it makes a lot of sense.
For here there is genuine humbling & seeking of GOD through prayer,
moral reformation necessarily follows. And this, in turn, will lead to general prosperity.
YES, we believe prayer can make a difference. It's our only hope.

Today, we launch this email brigade, to inform Filipinos from all over the world to pray,
as a people, for the economic recovery and moral reformation of our nation.
We do not ask for much. We only ask for 5 minutes of your time in a day,
to fwd this email to your close friends and relatives.

This is the kind of unity which can make a big difference.
Of course, if you feel strongly, as I do, about the power of prayer,
you can be more involved by starting your own prayer group or prayer center.

We have tried people power twice; in both cases, it fell short.
Maybe it's time to try prayer power. GOD never fails. Is there hope?
YES! We can rely on God's promise, but we have to do our part.
If we humble ourselves and pray as a people, GOD will heal our land.
By GOD's grace, we may yet see a better future for our children.

'If My people, who are called by My name, will humble themselves and pray,
and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from Heaven,
and will forgive their sins, and will heal their land.'(2 Chronicles 7:14).

If you care for your children and grandchildren, PLEASE pass this on. .... ...
Let's not just abandon the Philippines.


LGU Philippines / Angayan Ba Nga Ibaligya Ang Imong Boto sa 2010?
« on: October 07, 2009, 11:08:50 PM »
Hello, mga igsoon.
Angayan bang ibaligya nimo ang imong boto panahon sa eleksyon?
Kon imong ibaligya, ngano ug pila man pod?
Kon dili nimo ibaligya, ngano man pod?

« on: September 26, 2009, 12:31:06 PM »
 ;D  ;D  ;D
Sige daw beeeh. Unsaon ninyo pagdiskarte ni nga problema.
Unsaon nimo pagsulti sa imong uyab nga baho siyag ilok?

LGU Philippines / The 2010 Presidential Election
« on: September 26, 2009, 08:32:27 AM »
I like getting by  email Perry Diaz’s
“Balitang Kutsero” columns.
They are fun. Here’s one of them:
“It took Noynoy lot of courage when he entered the presidential race with nothing but a yellow shirt on his back and a fire in his belly.
But the other candidates are also on fire.
Manny Villar has fire in his pockets which has been burning hundreds of millions for his campaign.
Erap Estrada has fire in his heart which endears him to the powerless poor.
Chiz Escudero has fire in his head which gives him lots of ideas on how a kid could run the government.
And Gibo has fire in his ‘cojones’ which, in spite of his .2% rating, keeps him going against all odds.
“And what happened to Bayani Fernando?
He still couldn’t figure it out why Gibo beat him for PaLaKa’s nomination?
He should have known that La Gloria’s preferences were Noli first, Gibo second, and Bayani… zero.
Now, he’s saying that he’s going to bolt PaLaKa! Quo vadis, Bayani?
“Who are the other casualties of the Rigodon de Horror?
 Dick Gordon found out that he’s too chubby to fight like Flash Gordon.
 Nick Perlas found out that nobody is reading his website on how he will run the government.
 Fr. Ed Panlilio found out that being a priest is not enough to exorcise corruption out of government.
 Bro. Eddie Villanueva found out that to win he has to be ‘numero uno’ not just a ‘miron.’
Loren Legarda would find out pretty soon that beauty is not a replacement for brains.
 Miriam Defensor-Santiago found out that brains is not a substitute for beauty.
Jamby Madrigal knew that money can’t buy brains.
 Jojo Binay found out that he needs charisma to win.
 Bro. Mike Velarde found out that being Charismatic is not enough to win.
 Noli De Castro found out that running for president under Gloria’s PaLaKa is a ‘kiss of death.
JC de los Reyes found out that to run he needs to learn how to walk first.
 And Erap Estrada will soon find out...
that at 72 years, all he could do is play domino.”

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