The videos below are just some of the well-known collections of pinoy joke from Davao City, Philippines. Pinasikat nina DJ Idol Dagul, DJ Inday Tanini, DJ Riki MouseDJ Tara Taranta, at DJ Mario Penduko ng MOR Davao.

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uLink - Free SMS on Facebook

So, you've reached the limit of your Chikka Messenger and cannot send any sms to your friends out there, plus, you have no mobile load as well. What would you do next? Probably you’d turn to Yahoo! Messenger and try to send a message or two to their Mobile Phones, if in case they are On Mobile. What if they ain’t be? Why not load your mobile phone outside, or, is it raining, is it too hot, or are you just to lazy to take the walk out of the door to the next nearest loading station?

Breaking the Cycle

Listen to Psalm 13 via www.biblegateway.com
 O Lord, how long will You forget me? Forever? (v. 1)
My father grew up without a dad. When he was 5 years old, his father left the family and never returned. When friends later asked my grandfather whether he was related to my dad, he refused to admit that my dad was his son—disowning and declaring him to be a distant relative.

By most accounts, I also should have grown up in a broken home with a distant dad. Scripture says that the sins of the fathers are passed along to the third and fourth generations (Exodus 20:5; Numbers 14:18; Jeremiah 32:18). It's said that molested children grow up to be child molesters; the abused become the abusers; and children with absent parents turn into parents who are unavailable for their own kids.


Every father wants their child to be...

I Want To Be Just Like YOU

He climbs in my lap for a goodnight hug
He calls me Dad and I call him Bub
With his faded old pillow and a bear named Pooh
He snuggles up close and says, "I want to be like you"
I tuck him in bed and I kiss him goodnight
Trippin' over the toys as I turn out the light
And I whisper a prayer that someday he'll see
He's got a father in God 'cause he's seen Jesus in me

Lord, I want to be just like You
'Cause he wants to be just like me
I want to be a holy example
For his innocent eyes to see
Help me be a living Bible, Lord
That my little boy can read
I want to be just like You
'Cause he wants to be like me

Got to admit I've got so far to go
Make so many mistakes and I'm sure that You know
Sometimes it seems no matter how hard I try
With all the pressures in life I just can't get it all right
But I'm trying so hard to learn from the best
Being patient and kind, filled with Your tenderness
'Cause I know that he'll learn from the things that he sees
And the Jesus he finds will be the Jesus in me

Right now from where he stands I may seem mighty tall
But it's only 'cause I'm learning from the best Father of them all


Listen: 1 Peter 2
Respect everyone, and love your Christian brothers and sisters. Fear God, and respect the king. (v.17)
The top reason people leave their jobs, according to Steve Miranda of the Society for Human Resource Management, is due to bosses that belittle their employees or exhibit various forms of disrespectful behavior. "Bad bosses are energy vampires," Miranda says.

How should you respond when you're under the authority of a boss or someone else you struggle to respect? Motivational speaker and Olympic swimming gold-medalist Josh Davis believes, "There is never any reason to be rude or abrasive to another human being." Davis says, "I apply a biblical principle to help me: 'Do everything without complaining and arguing, so that no one can criticize you. Live clean, innocent lives as children of God, shining like bright lights in a world full of crooked and perverse people' "(Philippians 2:14-15).


Healing the Wounds

Listen to Luke 22
One of them struck at the high priest's slave, slashing off his right ear. But Jesus said, "No more of this." And He touched the man's ear and healed him (vv.49-51).
Jesus prays on the mountain, His anguish heightened as His death draws near. The disciples, having fallen asleep, are startled as Judas and his angry crowd charged toward their friend. Judas plants his ghastly kiss on Jesus' cheek, the guards step forward, and fear ripples through the disciples' chests.

I wonder what I might've done if I were in the disciples' predicament that evening? "If you don't have a sword", Jesus had said, "sell your cloak and buy one" (Luke 22:36). Would I also have missed the metaphor and taken Him literally? If I were bleary-eyed and startled by the horde, would my hand have reached for the sword hilt? If I were Peter, would I also have lunged at the High Priest's servant, slashing in defense? (v.50, 18:10). 

Banal Mong Tahanan


What You Ain't Got

Read John 14:23-29
"The peace I give is a gift the world cannot give (v.27).
    Harrison Ford's career embodies success. His movies have earned more than $6 billion (US). But in a recent interview, Ford made this profound, albeit ungrammatical comment: "You only want what you ain't got." The interviewer asked him what it was he wanted. Ford gave a one-word reply: "Peace."

    How do you define success? Perhaps an elusive goal beckons just around the corner. If only I had "that", you think, everything would be all right. But the truth is, that's a lie. There is no thing out there that makes everything better.

    On the night before He was crucified, Jesus gave His disciples the path to real peace. "Don't let your hearts be troubled," He said. "Trust in God, and trust also in Me" (John 14:1).


Tips on How To Clean and Maintain Paintbrushes

If you do a good job with your painting, you will probably purchase high quality paintbrushes, and in order to ensure that those paint brushes stay in tip top condition you will want to be sure to clean and maintain them properly. So, the following are some tips and suggestions for how to clean and maintain paintbrushes properly and extend their life.
Good brush cleaning starts even before the brush touches any paint. In order to make final cleanup easier and prolong the life of your brush, always dampen the brush with the appropriate solvent or thinner for the finish material you intend to use before loading the brush with finish. This is called preloading the brush.
Preloading the brush draws thinner into the ferrule and prevents the finish from drying out on the brush during use. Preloading also prevents the finish from clumping as you apply it. So, as you can see this has several benefits.