“LIVING POWER CORPORATION” FOOD SUPPLEMENTS: Among the many food supplements that have been flooding the market nowadays, I am convinced that those produced by a company called “Living Power Corporation”, particularly its herbal coffee called “Power Blend 9-in-1”, can really contribute to one’s wellness and good health.
While the law and regulations from the Department of Health say that food supplements must be accompanied by a warning which, more or less, says “no therapeutic value guaranteed”, the products of “Living Power Corporation” do not need such warnings because their therapeutic value can be immediately felt.
At least, that was what I experienced Friday, January 29, 2010, when I drank one cup of “Power Blend 9-in-1” coffee before interviewing Chito Villegas, a friend of mine who happens to be promoting the products of “Living Power Corporation”, at the program “Batas Media Reports” at BATAS INTERNET TV and BATAS INTERNET RADIO (which can be watched and listened to through www.batasradio.com).
Before drinking the coffee, I felt sluggish because I woke up early for Chito’s interview although I stayed up late Thursday night. You know, people approaching their senior years must have enough sleep, or feel week the next day. When I partook of the coffee, I instantly felt I was wide awake, greatly attentive and alert, without the heart palpitations usually associated with coffee drinking. Wow!
“EMBASSIES ON THE AIR” TO GO ON AIR SOON: God willing, Chito, by the way, will be hosting a once-a-week, one-hour show at BATAS INTERNET TV and BATAS INTERNET RADIO (www.batasradio.com), which will feature foreign embassies, their ambassadors and consuls or other officers, which are stationed in the Philippines.
The program is now tentatively titled “Embassies On The Air”, which is a take-off from a similarly-titled TV program which Chito had hosted when he was a lot younger, and which dealt with what ambassadors and consular officials are doing to protect their citizens in our country, and with what their respective countries are like or can offer to Filipinos.
When I first heard of this, I immediately got excited, because I instantly saw the beneficial effects of having such a TV program more particularly in relation to the 20 million or so Filipinos who are either working or residing abroad who, in recent years, have been encountering abusive employers or harsh migrant conditions.
Since it has become very difficult getting effective assistance from our own Department of Foreign Affairs and our own ambassadors or consular officers in the foreign countries where Filipinos are staying, having a good relationship or, at the very least, a nodding familiarity with ambassadors and consular officers in the Philippines of these foreign countries can do wonders to help our afflicted countrymen.
So watch out for “Embassies On The Air” over there at BATAS INTERNET TV and BATAS INTERNET RADIO (www.batasradio.com), and, if you already have concerns about OFWs or Filipino migrants even at this point, you can now send them to us at 0917 984 24 68.
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BIRTH OF JESUS IN THE MANGER: Easily one of the most fondly-remembered events in the Bible is now immortalized as the third Joyful Mystery in the Roman Catholic Christians’ Holy Rosary, and this is the birth of Jesus Christ.
Mainly because the event augurs good tidings and happy cheers as it ushers in gift-giving and camaraderie among believers worldwide, the birth of Jesus Christ has become one of the cornerstones of the Catholic Christians’ faith as it heralds the great love of God for man.
But completely different from this happy scenario is the account of the birth of Christ that is found in Luke 2:1 to 20, and in Matthew 1:18 to 25 of the Bible, both of which paint a very humble yet solemn and dignified occasion, befitting the Son of God.
This story starts with a census participated in by Joseph, the man who was pledged to marry Mary, the Virgin Mother of Christ. During the census, Mary gave birth to Jesus in a manger, because there was no room for them in the inn.
The birth of Jesus was announced by an angel of the Lord to the shepherds who were watching their flocks at night. The angel said that the Savior, Jesus Christ the Lord, had been born. Just then, a great company of heavenly host appeared with the angel, saying “Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace to men on whom His favor rests.”
The shepherds then left their flocks, looked for the baby wrapped in clothes in a manger and, when they found him, started telling everyone about him, glorifying and praising God.
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