And their eyes were opened

When Jesus healed the two blind men, He asked them “Do you believe?” and only after they confirmed their faith in Him, they were healed. When we are in problems, do we recognize that without God it is not possible for us to resolve these problems?

Are we hard-hearted, not to accept Jesus and open the doors of our hearts to Him? God is waiting for our “Yes” to work in our lives powerfully. We need to give Him full control of our lives and allow Him to reign in our lives. He will never force us.

Our mission in life should be to live Christ and share Christ with others, so that He is made known to the people all over. But what we see is that we Christians disobey Christ by “not” spreading his word unlike the two blind men who disobeyed him by sharing their joy because they could not keep it to themselves.

Let us be instruments in bringing people to Jesus so that they may experience His love and healing.

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About Frank Padilla

Founder of the Couples for Christ (CFC) community. Way back in 1981, CFC was started through the initiative of the Ang Ligaya ng Panginoon Community (LNP). In January 1981, LNP gathered 16 couples who went through a Life in the Spirit Seminar, with the intent of bringing them into LNP. But instead they were kept together for a few months after the program, until it was decided that a new group would be established to emphasize family life renewal. It would be an outreach of LNP. Frank and Gerry Padilla were among the 16 couples that became members in June of 1981 when CFC was born. Frank quickly emerged to be a top leader, and in 1985, he was already the Executive Director, running the day-to-day work of the whole community. In 1986 he went full-time for CFC and has been serving the community since, through two separate splits the community saw. Today he serves as the Servant General of CFC-FFL (Couples for Christ-Foundation for Family and Life).
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