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Psalm 23:6 says, "Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the LORD forever."

Let us dwell in the house of the Lord. Our church is open to welcome you. Let us be in one accord to celebrate God's goodness in our lives.

Praise be to the Lord!

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Sunday, November 8, 2009

Mga UMYF Sama tayo dito.

Soon happening. Let us join UMYFP.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Listen With All Your HEART

100 times more people will hear a sermon this week than preach one.

So why are there thousands of articles, books, and classes on how to preach a message, but virtually none on how to listen to one? It's because most people think listening just comes naturally. But that's not what Jesus thought.Jesus said to "consider carefully how you listen" (LK 8:18). The state and fate of your life depends on how you listen.

Teachers are responsible for teaching well, but you are responsible for listening well. Jesus wants you to listen in a way that will change your life.So how can you listen in order to change your life? You need to hear with more than just your ears. You need to listen with your heart, mind, soul, and strength. Listening like this is an act of love, and it can change your life with God now and forever.Listening with your heart can be tough. Why? Because our hearts are messed up.

Oftentimes, we don't feel the way God feels about things, want the things God wants for us, or care about the things God cares about. Sometimes we even love what God hates and hate what God loves. As a result, God's words won't sink in.Jesus told a story that illustrates this. It's about a farmer sowing seeds onto four kinds of soil (see Matthew 13:3-9, and 13:18-23). It was a metaphor for His words being planted in four kinds of hearts. Jesus said:

1. Some hearts are Hard. They prevent God's words from sinking in, and the evil one snatches them away.

2. Some hearts are Shallow. They keep God's words from taking root, and when hard times come, His words wilt away.

3. Some hearts are Thorny. They choke out God's words with worldly worries and wealth.

4. Some hearts are Good. They take God's words, plant deep roots, grow, and multiply.The good news is God can cultivate your heart.

He can soften a hard heart, deepen a shallow heart, and clean a thorny heart. But the choice is up to you. He'll do this if really want it and if you ask Him. So pray!

An excerpt from Pastor Brian Mavis

Sunday, October 4, 2009

W3Milleniunnium UMC: Mission Month

Huddle up! Huddle up! Let's us go together to plant the seed that saves - Seed of Faith in Christ.

Planting the seed of faith in Christ is the best form of planting ever. Be it known that a small sprout of faith can lift up a mountain as Christ said it so. Even how tough that mountain is, faith can move that in Jesus Christ mighty name.

Our benefits in planting.

The beauty. When God created all things, he was pleased on what he has done. Meaning there is beauty in planting. Like those of the fields, when everything is green, it is pleasing to the eyes of the farmer.

The joy out from beauty. A farmer will surely have joy in his heart when he saw things are happening accordingly. A green fields can catch up all passerby that makes them ask how such thing happen. And so, the proud farmer himself can tell how he did such thing with a great joy in his heart.

The opportunity to be known. Like a farmer who grew a good crops, a church that goes to mission to plant a seed of faith in Christ has the greater opportunity to be known. You'll be known not just because of your skills and talents but because of your faithfulness of doing what has been told you to do by your Master.

The abundance from the harvest. A planter deserves reward. The harvest always promise abundance. Those who plant sparingly will reap sparingly. Those who plant abundantly will reap abundantly.

One thing is sure - you'll get a reward whenever you plant. We will live abundantly if we plant. So let's huddle up and let us start planting the seed of faith that saves.

Friday, October 2, 2009

Join Now!

Let us be in one accord.
Join MEA Moral Force.


It was postponed due to Typhoon Pepeng.

For enquiries and volunteers,
please ring MEA Office at
(02) 523.0297 or (02) 521.2278.

Monday, September 28, 2009

We are God's Steward. Are we?

Who's to blame about the flood?
It is a natural calamity.

Forty two [42] years or almost a half of a century that Manila never suffered such furious flooding. Perhaps its a good sign of change not just in Manila but to the country as a whole. There are three points of ideas that plays in my mind while watching the flood updates in Manila. With all the freedom, let me share it to you readers.

The congestion within its drainage system. Our irresponsibility of dealing with our biodegradable and non-biodegradable garbages is now telling us "what a shame to all of you." Itapon nyo ng wasto ang basura nyo! Don't just throw it anywhere.

2. The government corruption. Thinking of 42 years...ohhhh people...can make you sick. You know why? Multi-corporations can build tall buildings in two years costing a billion or more. But the country can't make a good drainage system like in Singapore for 42 years? What happen? Where are those funds intended for development?

The illegal cutting of trees in our forest. Our trees has the great role in nature. But since we are after development, good landscape, etc... our trees takes all the risks. Well, no more of them hold this kinda phenomenal flooding. So, here we are awaken by great aqua vista along our roads, houses, and establishments.

Whats next to this kind of horror? This devastation of metaphysical evil can be prevented yet we let it happen because of our irresponsibility. We are God's steward or should I say, God Good Steward. Our role is to keep this world a better place to live in. But we are not making it as it should be. I wonder if we learn from this? If we haven't learn anyway, God's hands will make it once more for us till we learn.
Roge Sison
God's Hands at Work

Sunday, September 27, 2009

God's perspective.

There are two questions that plays on my mind nowadays. I've read these questions many times from various psychology books, yet I am not so certain with my answers. Maybe because the questions require non-academic answer so it took me sometime thinking on how to answer it. The questions are so simple yet complicated that goes like this;

How do you see yourself?
How other people sees you?

Sometimes we are too exaggerated to narrate how we see ourselves. Specially when you are confident enough to say, "hey... I'm this...I'm that..." because we regard ourselves as accomplish person. But the second question is too alarming that you have to research about. We really do not know how other people sees us.

In Old and New Testaments, we can overview some factual experiences which are relevant to our times. Their immediate judgment is base upon their senses. Say for example you came from Galilee or Samaria, you are regarded as no good person. It is trivial. It's like saying the, "You need not go to that place or not to mingle with those people because they are this... they are that..."base upon their senses.

But you know brothers and sisters, God's way is different.

Isaiah 55:8-9 tells us that "His thought are higher than us and so as His ways". He makes the weak strong, and the strong into weaklings. He makes the laughters a mourning to those who are proud of themselves. He uses those who have no capability to present themselves in front of the people to put to shame those who are schooled. The beatitudes reflect God's perspective.

Do you know who you are in front of God?
Will you believe me if I say, "God loves you because you are His masterpiece?

God knows us better. Even when we are yet in the womb of our loving mother, God knows us already. Whatsoever weakness we have and even how other people might regard us, it doesn't matter to Him at all. What matters most is His wonderful plan for each one of us thats why he keeps us on the track to fulfill it.

We are special on God's sight.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Clergy Spouses Sunday

We are heading onward.
Who will go against us when God is with us?
Praise the Lord!!!
God drafted a plan even before the Wesleyan 3rd Millennium UMC was born to call souls for Christ in Brgy. Magsaysay Sur, Cabanatuan City. He had called pillars to build His church in this place. He sketched a plan to prosper the church that it may able to intensify its ministry.
We are called by God and planted here in this church. His challenge for us is to keep his ministry prospering in and out. Let us altogether work for the glory of God.
May His glory shine through us. In Jesus mighty name. Amen.

UMM Alarm.

Genesis 3:9 - But the LORD God called out to the man, "Where are you?"
Man's presence is God's concern. Not only because he is God's creation that is why he is special but also because he is the first and direct recepient of the command to rule over all God's creation.

Man, where are you?

Genesis 2:15 Then the LORD God placed the man in the Garden of Eden to cultivate it and guard it.

Knowing that man's first job is to cultivate and guard the garden God provided for him to live, he diligently prove himself that he is a good steward of earthly things through skills and talents. Even today, man's first concern evolve only to his family, to his workplace, to his community, etc. Thinking about what to eat, what to wear, where to go, what to do, what the future about... is a routine to every man's lifestyle. More of these, one thing is neglected... His Creator.

Instead of delighting himself to the Lord, man is busy. Isn't busyness a sin? If we are more concern about things around us, this means our heart goes with that what we mostly concern about. Man is busy building his own kingdom (family, job status, etc.). How about God's kingdom?

It seems that man is missing inside God's community. He is sounding the alarm saying, "Man, WHERE ARE YOU?

Man, where are you? Let us delight ourselves to God. Let us lead our family draw near to God. Let us be the leaders of God's kingdom on earth. Let us stand as Man of God.

Friday, September 18, 2009

Church Ministry Opportunities

Greetings brothers and sisters in Christ.

We are inviting everybody who are willing to join our church ministries. Feel free to choose what ministry that fits your giftings.

Let us be in one accord through prayer.
Those who are willing to involve themselves in prayer ministry, we would like to invite each one of you to join our prayer group. We will be meeting soon.

We are glad to let you know that our Small Group Ministry is now ongoing.

Those who want to involve themselves as teachers and leaders of a particular group, please let us know so that we can start training/equipping you to disciple others.

Those who are gifted with words of encouragement, we are inviting you to join our Visitation Team.

We can probably help encouraging others by sharing Christ great and immeasurable love.

Let us sing for the Lord. Let us raise our voices to glorify our God.
Join our Mixed Choir. Practices are held after Sunday Worship Service and during Saturdays in our church.

We also encourage our young people to join our church music ministry.
May the good Lord bless each one of us. That we may able to do great things for His glory. Our chruch indeed is aspiring to reach more souls and grow exponentially according to God's plan.
Let us all shine! Amen...

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Pastor's Note

We thank the Lord for His goodness.
Let us praise His holy name!

The Lord will continually bless our church. That's for sure! Because it is His promise. Let us delight ourselves to the Lord. In that way, He will keep His promise fulfilled to each one of us especially to our beloved church.

Whenever you need counselling and prayer. Just feel free to send a message to me thru SMS. I will be glad to serve you with all my heart.

Let us all glorify the Lord our God!

Rev. Jay Gayta
Administrative Pastor
Wesleyan 3rd Mellinnium UMC

We are stepping forward.

Wesleyan 3rd UMC is now stepping forward thru new ways of celebrating sunday service.

We are thankful to God that He used Naagas Family to blessed the church with a high-end Laptop, Benq LCD projector, LCD Screen, Television, and DVD player.

We are truly blessed this year. Our church attendance is now getting higher every sunday. And hoping we could win more souls to Christ through this new technology that we have.

May the good Lord continually blessed our Pastor and use him as agent of spiritual revival in our church.