We are selling a condo unit “One Central Park”, located at Eastwood City – a Megaworld corporation developer. Our condo unit is for sale at pre-selling rate, this condo has never been use. The room is perfect for singles, couples, or small families because of the comfortable unit cuts of 46.5 square meters. The roomsContinue reading “For sale condo unit at pre-selling rate, One Central Park – Eastwood City”
An orphan at age 10, a former street vendor in the year 1996 to 2004 landed a job in oil and gas, nuclear, and power plant industries. How I started from scratch at zero? I remember those days where I have nothing when I was orphan at age 10, I started selling local newspaper inContinue reading “An orphan, a former street vendor landed a job in oil and gas industries and became a stock investor in the Philippine Stock Market”
Holcim Cement Philippines this is the future in the year 2019 to 2020, this stock price will surge up to P16 to P18 a maximum of 88.62% up from P9.43. In the monthly chart MACD crossover has just started! umiinit palang, this will be the hot stocks for 3 months. My bullish bias according toContinue reading “Holcim Cement Philippines stock price could surge up to P16 and P18”
PSE Stock Bagger in Cement Sector for the year 2019 to 2020 – HLCM
Grow your money, how to let your money work for you in the stock market, When I started stocks trading in the PSE, I started from P25,000 and a monthly P10,000 accumulation in my capital, I begin with the Peso Cost Averaging and buying a recommendations. I don’t mind if the price is high, I just buy the stock that I like. My first stock was IDC which I gained P4,500 in 3 weeks.
“Abraham, when hope was dead within him, went on hoping in faith . . . He relied on the word of God” (Romans 4:18 Phillips).
How do you know when hope has died in your life? You start using the word “never.” I’m nevergoing to get married. I’m never going to graduate. I’m never going to get well. I’m never going to get out of debt. I’m never going to be able to let go of my past and forget all of that shame and heartache. I’m never going to be able to change. I’m never going to see this situation turn around. That’s when hope has died.
What do you do when your hope dies? Romans 4:18 says, “Abraham, when hope was dead within him, went on hoping in faith . . . He relied on the word of God” (Phillips).
“This happened that we might not rely on ourselves but on God, who raises the dead. He has delivered us . . . and he will deliver us again. On him we have set our hope that he will continue to deliver us” (2 Corinthians 1:9b-10 NIV).
Paul knew that God works in our lives according to our expectation. The Bible says in 2 Corinthians 1:9b-10, “This happened that we might not rely on ourselves but on God, who raises the dead. He has delivered us . . . and he will deliver us again. On him we have set our hope that he will continue to deliver us” (NIV).
The purpose of the dead end is to teach you to trust in God. Why does God let things get so bad and so out of control? So he can force you to learn to trust in him instead of trusting in your own ingenuity and cleverness.
“Fire tests the purity of silver and gold, but the Lord tests the heart” (Proverbs 17:3 NLT).
Being out of school youth is difficult, day and night I did drinking liquor. I thought that I will be an out of school youth forever. Imagined that I gave up going to school because of my financial capability.
But God is really powerful and creative, imagined what he did to me? He used a person to bring me back to school. I am not expecting this.
And now I know that God is working to me, to you, and for us. Mostly there are things that out of our control and we gave up those things.
But God is secretly working for us if you really have a desire to achieve the things that you wanted to do for a better life, in good faith.
“This happened that we might not rely on ourselves but on God, who raises the dead. He has delivered us . . . and he will deliver us again. On him, we have set our hope that he will continue to deliver us” (2 Corinthians 1:9b-10 NIV).
“Abraham believed in the God who brings the dead back to life and who creates new things out of nothing” (Romans 4:17b NLT).
There are certain dead-end words in life, including “cancer,” “divorce,” “bankruptcy,” “infertility,” and “unemployment.”
How do you know when you’re at a dead end? You know it when things get out of your control and you can’t do anything about it.
When you’re stuck and waiting for deliverance, you need to remember what God can do. The situation may be out of your control, but it’s not out of God’s control. When you face a dead end, don’t focus on what you can’t do. Focus instead on what God can do.