5 Life Lessons You Can Learn from Superbook Season 3 Characters

Are you looking for entertaining Bible stories filled with lessons for you and your family? Superbook’s got your back!

Superbook is CBN Asia’s animated series that follows Chris, Joy, and Gizmo’s time-travel adventures as they witness the stories of people in the Bible.

Don’t miss the premiere of Superbook Season 3 Tagalog episodes on the Batang Superbook YouTube Channel starting July 8!

Read more to get a glimpse of 5 of the many life lessons in store for you!

1. Ruth’s love and loyalty to family

For Ruth, family always goes first. Despite everything she has gone through, Ruth chose to stay and care for her mother-in-law Naomi (Ruth 1:1 – 18).

Like Ruth, be loving and faithful to your family. One way to show love for them is to lead them to Jesus. You can express loyalty to them by staying with them in their most challenging times or comforting them whenever they feel sad.

2. Naaman’s humility

Naaman is the commander of the Syrian army. Even if he is a high-ranking official, he cannot find a cure for his leprosy. He showed humility by listening to his Israelite servant girl, telling Naaman to ask help from a prophet from their town (2 Kings 5:1 – 13).

Having a humble and teachable heart encourages others to express their opinions and suggestions, too.

3. Obedience of Eliezer, Abraham’s Servant

Eliezer followed his master’s order even though it was not easy. He trusted God and prayed for His guidance. Through the Lord’s leading, Eliezer was able to accomplish the task (Genesis 24:15 – 27).

Obeying God and relying on Him will lead us to His good and perfect will for us.

4. David’s merciful heart

Forgiving someone who hurt us is often easier said than done. David experienced this when he was being chased and threatened by King Saul. When he saw an opportunity to get even with the king, David chose to show mercy instead of seeking revenge (1 Samuel 24:1 – 7).

God forgives His children when they turn from their sinful ways and return to Him. May this truth remind us to extend mercy and kindness to people who have wronged us.

5. Daniel’s unshakeable trust in the Lord

Daniel believed that God would do something amazing in their hopeless situation. Though the task was difficult, he chose to seek God instead of worrying. Daniel prayed for the Lord to reveal to him what King Nebuchadnezzar’s dream was and help him interpret its meaning (Daniel 2:1 – 20).

You can trust God in every situation, even when all hope seems lost. Rely on Him and believe in His mighty power.

Learn more important life lessons from the Bible by watching Superbook Season 3! All 13 full Tagalog episodes are available for streaming starting July 8, 6 PM, on the Batang Superbook YouTube Channel. Subscribe and watch with the whole family!

What Should We Reflect on During Holy Week?

Do you wonder why we commemorate Jesus’ death during Holy Week?

What does it mean for the world?

Is it still relevant today?

Every year, Christians commemorate Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection during Lenten Season, commonly known as Holy Week.

It is a time of reflection on the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, the Son of the living God, who came down from the heavens and freely gave His life to bear the sins of the world.

Why did Jesus have to die on the cross?

God created earth and man. However, mankind rebelled against Him. As a result, sin and death entered the world.

As the perfect Judge, overlooking sins would make Him unjust. Thus, death became man’s consequence (Romans 6:23), and even good works would not suffice to make up for wrongs against Him. Everyone deserved death because of sin – the boundary and eternal separation between God and men.

But the Good News is that God loves the world, that we may ask for His forgiveness and receive everlasting life through His Son, Jesus Christ (John 3:16).

Jesus is “the way and the truth and the life.” No one comes to the Father except through Him. (John 14:6). By saying this, Jesus has declared that mankind may be saved from the eternal separation from God through believing in Him, as one’s Lord and Savior.

Jesus Christ is the only One who can save people. His name is the only power in the world that has been given for the salvation of mankind (Acts 4:12).

God declared that “without the shedding of blood, there is no forgiveness” (Hebrews 9:22), but through the shedding of the precious blood of His holy Son, redemption for the world is provided. Sinless Jesus became the perfect sacrifice for our sins (1 Peter 1:19).

He promised that whoever believes in Him will not perish, but they will have eternal life (John 3:16). They are accepted, cleansed, and accounted righteous before God. Saved by grace, through faith in Jesus—not by good works.

“For by grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God, not a result of works, so that no one may boast.” (Ephesians 2:8-9 ESV)

To commemorate Jesus Christ’s sacrificial death, here are 3 things to reflect on during this Holy Week:

1. Jesus died on the cross for you

Jesus is the Son of the living God. He is heaven’s perfect lamb for the sins of the world. He willingly gave his sinless life to save you from sin and death (1 Peter 3:18). Through faith in His name, you may be saved and receive everlasting life in His kingdom.

This is the Good News – He died for you so that you may have life in Him. Through God’s grace, salvation is given to mankind as a gift through Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

2. Jesus has already trampled death and grave

Jesus Christ’s victory over death means that those who believe in Him have also been granted victory over death! (2 Timothy 1:10).

It is God’s promise for you. You will never be separated from His love – not even death can take away God’s love for you. In Jesus Christ, death and grave have no power anymore! (Romans 8:37-39).

3. Receiving Christ means having eternal life

When you receive Christ into your life, it means that you trust that He already paid for all your sins through His death on the cross, and He will reward you with everlasting life in His heavenly kingdom. He will surely guide you through the Holy Spirit as you embark on your journey of being His follower (John 14:26).

You can look to Him as your loving father, a faithful friend. Even though you are not perfect and there will be times that you may stumble, the Holy Spirit will draw you to repentance so that your close fellowship with God is restored (Psalm 51:7).

Do you want to know more about Jesus? Visit this page and learn how to receive His gift of eternal life.

You may also call the CBN Asia Prayer Center at 8-737-0-700 as we would love to uplift you through prayers.

5 Tips to Finding Your Purpose in Life

Have you ever wondered if God has a plan for your life?

You ask, “Does God even care about me? Does He love me? Why am I here?”

Many people are trying to know the “truth” about the purpose of life; some may even hold on to different philosophical concepts that attempt to explain the hows and whys of life.

To help you reflect this Holy Week, here are 3 tips on how to find purpose in life according to Tanikala presents Kampihan:


Tip #1: Get to know Jesus Christ

Angela, Angelica’s mom, encountered God and made things right with her “married” partner. By accepting Jesus Christ as her personal Lord and Savior, she did the right thing of leaving him even when she knows it might hurt her daughter.

Angelica, who resented her mom’s decision, has forgiven her and, finally, understood that it was the right thing to do.

Knowing and following Jesus Christ and His words will surely lead you to peace and goodness, for He is “the way and the truth and the life” (John 14:6). He works all things, including your life, according to His purpose (Psalm 57:2). You can count on Him as He deeply cares for you and meets your needs (Psalm 23:1-3).

Tip #2: Acknowledge your sins and confess

Acknowledging your past mistakes and confessing your sins to the Lord will help you to get closer to Him. It brings great joy to God as He manifests Himself as ever forgiving and merciful. The Bible teaches that as you confess your sins, He is faithful and just to forgive (1 John 9:1-10).

In Kampihan, Mang Fred shared his past mistakes with his wife, confessed his sins, and repented. As a result, God blessed him with a happy life and a loving wife. The Lord has ever been faithful to him and to his family.

Just like Mang Fred, God will surely pour out His blessings upon your life if you are also faithful enough to acknowledge your sins and open your heart to His plans (Psalms 66:18).

Tip #3: Pray earnestly

Do you want to know God’s purpose for your life? Pray earnestly to God and build a relationship with Him. Speak to Him as your loving friend and sweet and caring parent and He will surely open the door of answers (Colossians 4:2-3).

As we have seen from Kampihan, Mang Fred and his family always pray together. He and his wife Nanay Anita believe that praying together as a family is a way to give thanks to God and ask for His blessings upon their lives. Prayer is about intimacy with the Lord and each other – a way of opening their hearts to Him.

Ask God in prayer so that you would receive answers to your questions about life and its very purpose (James 1:5-6). How comforting it is to know that the Author of life wants you to speak to Him!

Do you want to know Jesus and discover your purpose in life?

Call the CBN Asia Prayer Center at 8-737-0700 or send your prayer requests to our Facebook page.

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How to Build and Maintain a Strong, Healthy, and Lasting Marriage?

A loving and enduring relationship? It’s every married couple’s dream!

Whether you’ve been with your spouse for a year or 30, or you are just planning to tie the knot, you know that relationships aren’t a walk in the park. You wonder, “How can we build a loving relationship? Is it possible to sustain a marriage despite our shortcomings? Would God help us with this?”

Through God’s grace, it’s possible! Here’s how you can build and maintain a strong, healthy, and lasting marriage, according to Tanikala presents Senior Moment:

Key #1: Be humble and respectful

In Senior Moment, Pepe and Pilaring kept on bringing up the “sacrifices” they did for the family. Pepe kept on telling her wife that he did everything at work just to provide for their needs, while Pilaring said she also did all she could to take care of Pepe and their children.

Instead of acknowledging their unique role in the family and paying mutual respect, both kept scores in their relationship—saying lists of things one did not do or things he or she did that were insufficient and hurtful.

If you want a healthy and lasting relationship, it’s important to be humble and respectful, even in difficult times! Being sensitive to the thoughts and feelings of your partner will make them feel comfortable being with you. When you are humble and respectful, your partner will surely enjoy and value your company (Philippians 2:3), leading to a lasting relationship.

Key #2: Be forgiving

There will be times that you might offend your partner or the other way around. In Senior Moment, Pepe unintentionally told jokes that were already hurtful to Pilaring; he also buried himself in workloads that he never made time to spend with his wife – one main reason Pilaring did not like their marriage.

Whatever the case in the relationship, always remember that everyone makes mistakes and has a fair share of failures and weaknesses. The Bible teaches that no one should “return evil for evil” (Romans 12:17). So, instead of sowing hatred, calmly and privately talk to your partner about the matter.

In the end, Pepe and Pilaring learned how to openly communicate their needs and feelings, and started extending grace and forgiveness to each other. For a strong, healthy, and lasting marriage, God wants you to be forgiving and to be at peace with each other (Colossians 3:13).

Key #3: Let God be the center of your relationship

God is the author of marriage and relationships. He wants you to have a loving companionship and to live in harmony with each other.

Pepe and Pilaring forgave each other and chose to live together again, spending the rest of their lives caring for and loving each other – a manifestation of the will of God as He wants every couple to have a comforting and loving relationship.

When you put God as the center of your relationship, He will surely guide every decision you make. He will keep your marriage under His wings and will not let go of you from His tender protection. You and your partner will certainly speak love and peace with each other, modeling Jesus Christ (Proverbs 15:4).

Do you have prayer requests?

It is our joy to pray for you and your family. Call the CBN Asia Prayer Center at 8-737-0700 or send your prayer requests to our Facebook page.

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Struggling to Forgive Your Parents? These 3 Tips are for You

Are you struggling to forgive your parents?

Do you blame them for what you have become today?

It is not easy to forgive people for their past mistakes, failures, and weaknesses, especially when the pain they caused was too deep.

You tried to forgive and forget, yet the hurtful scenario keeps playing in your head over and over again. Now, you wonder, is there really a way to heal and let go?

To encourage and help you reflect this Holy Week, here are 3 tips to help you start forgiving your parents:

Tip #1: Recognize that your parents are imperfect

Like you—and any other human that walks on this planet—your parents are imperfect and may stumble many times (James 3:2).

Recognizing that your parents have a fair share of troubles, heartaches, and imperfections may help you understand that sometimes, they unintentionally and unknowingly make mistakes that cause pain.

Instead of blaming your imperfect parents, you may show compassion and love for them just like how God forgives and saves through Jesus (Ephesians 4:32).

Tip #2: Know that you have a Heavenly Father

Do you know that you have a loving and compassionate heavenly Father who cares for you?

Sometimes, you might feel that no one cares for you, but the Bible teaches that there is a loving, gracious, and compassionate Father in heaven who really cares (Psalm 86:15).

When you’re bound by shackles of bitterness and unforgiveness toward your parents, find freedom in the truth that God is your loving parent. He can fill in the shortcomings of your earthly parents, and he can change their hearts, too.

Pray and trust that God would touch their hearts and that your family would find God’s healing and transforming love.

Tip #3: Cling to God’s promise

Do you want to be well?

Do you want to live longer?

The Bible teaches that God’s first commandment with a promise is honoring your mother and father.

“Children, obey your parents in the Lord, for this is right. ‘Honor your father and mother’—which is the first commandment with a promise— so that it may go well with you and that you may enjoy long life on the earth.’” (Ephesians 6:1-3 NIV)

In times when your parents do something that hurts you, allow love and compassion to prevail in your heart and let God, your heavenly parent, bless you according to His will.

Are you still having a hard time forgiving your parents?

God wants to give you a peaceful heart today. Call the CBN Asia Prayer Center at 8-737-0-700 and we would love to uplift you through prayers.

Join us this Holy Week! Witness an inspiring story of hope and forgiveness in Tanikala presents Kampihan, on April 7, Good Friday, at 5 p.m. on GMA.

3 Helpful Ways to Practice Forgiveness in Your Marriage

Are you having difficulty forgiving your spouse?

When spouses argue, it’s easy to bring up the past and rehash a list of old grievances, even the petty ones! When conflict arises, one might use a past event as a free ticket to gain the upper hand.

It’s hard to forgive but it is an important step toward a lasting relationship. Thankfully, there are practical and biblical ways that can help you forgive your spouse more. Here are 3 tips to cultivate forgiveness in marriage:

Tip #1: Treat your spouse with respect

Since childhood, you may have learned that a respectful person values others and seeks to understand their feelings. This lesson also applies to marriage.

It is also imperative to value and understand the feelings of your partner – this is a way to avoid tension that leads to bitter conflict.

The Bible says that a husband must treat his wife with honor and respect (1 Peter 3:7). Likewise, a wife must also show respect for her husband (Ephesians 5:33).

Tip #2: Examine yourself honestly

In your marriage, are you asking these questions to yourself: ‘Am I prone to anger? Am I inclined towards bitterness? Am I just being oversensitive? Do I tend to make issues over minor matters?’

The Book of Proverbs in the Bible teaches us that a person who is prone to anger stirs up conflict and a hot-tempered commits many transgressions (Proverbs 29:22). It also teaches us that those who keep on harping on a matter or offense separate close friends – this may happen in marriage as well (Proverbs 17:9).

So, while honestly examining yourself, ask how you can be more patient with your spouse. Show your intense love above all things – as it is what believers are called to do (1 Peter 4:8).

Tip #3: Discuss the matter intentionally, pray for each other faithfully

When emotions have passed, you may want to ask your spouse to calmly discuss the matter and explain what offended you and why it made you feel that way. This way, both of you might share each other’s feelings while being realistic and reasonable.

After discussing the matter, if you really have hurt your spouse in any way, it is high time for you to apologize. Even if you do not agree with their views, you can still ask for forgiveness and avoid the same mistakes to show that your apology is indeed genuine (Colossians 3:13).

God understands that we are imperfect and we all stumble many times (James 3:2). That is the very reason why He wants us to continue forgiving each another and praying for one another.

Do you have prayer requests?

It is our joy to pray for you and your spouse. Call the CBN Asia Prayer Center at 8-737-0700 or send your prayer requests to our Facebook page.

Join us this Holy Week and rediscover the transforming power of forgiveness! Watch Tanikala presents Senior Moment, airing on April 6, Maundy Thursday, at 5 p.m. on GMA.

4 Good Money Habits to Build this 2023

Do you have money goals this new year?

Are you ready to achieve them?

Reaching your financial goals this 2023 is possible! It’s time to build solid discipline and decide to quit old ways of handling money. It’s time to make way for good money habits.

If you constantly fall into debt or overspend, worry not, because you can turn things around! Here are some good spending habits you can build starting today:

1. Know yourself and identify your weaknesses

What are your weaknesses when it comes to spending? Three-day sale at the mall? Food deliveries? Movies? Games? Vices?

Have an honest review of yourself.

When you become aware of your weaknesses, then you can make an action plan on how you can stay away from unnecessary expenses that distract you from achieving your financial goals.

2. Practice “forced savings”

Having a hard time saving?

Automate your savings.

With the rise of online banks and financial apps, saving is now made easier. Every payday, you can permit your bank and perhaps your employer to automatically transfer a certain amount from your income to your savings account. This way, you’d have sure savings instead of maybe savings.

3. Put your money in different accounts

Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.

Diversify it.

This means “investing in different industries, areas, countries, and types of financial instruments to reduce the chance that all of the investments will drop in price at the same time,” according to Collins Dictionary.

4. Practice delayed gratification

As defined by Britannica, delayed gratification is “the act of resisting an impulse to take an immediately available reward in the hope of obtaining a more-valued reward in the future.”

Not only does it help you reach financial freedom—it will also shape your attitude toward money and develop your personal character in the process.

If you think it’s too late to start saving, do not lose hope because what’s important is you START TODAY.

“The plans of the diligent lead surely to abundance, but everyone who is hasty comes only to poverty.” (Proverbs 21:5 ESV)

Are you struggling financially this new year?

We are here to help you lift your concerns to God. Call the CBN Asia Prayer Center at 8-737-0-700 and we would love to pray for you.

3 Meaningful Things to Add to Your New Year’s Resolutions

New year, new life… new habits?

Entering a new year is significant to many because here’s when you get a chance to start over. For some, it’s a symbolic stage where you can leave the past behind and start again on a whole new level, with a clean slate!

This can also be an ideal opportunity for people to pause, reflect on experiences, and realign priorities. Some even list down and plan out the coming year—dubbing it as their New Year’s resolutions.

So, before you flip that calendar over, bookmark these 3 simple yet valuable things that you can add to your New Year’s resolutions list:

1. Know God more

When you personally know Jesus, you will realize that He calls you to consider your ways (Haggai 1:7). Someone who knows God lives differently from the ways of this world.

To emphasize this, David Mattis’ Desiring God article titled Knowing God Makes All the Difference points out that Jesus calls His people to be distinct from the world, its patterns, and what’s natural. He calls His people, guided by His gospel and Spirit, to be like Jesus.

Now, how can you love, pray, lead, and live in ways that please God?

Seek more of Him, saturate yourself in His presence, and He will ultimately reveal His ways that are wonderfully designed for you.

2. Read more

Indeed, everything that was written in the past was written to teach. (Romans 15:4)

From books to websites, you may choose to dig into some personal growth readings this year. Look for materials that could help amp up your spiritual life, creativity, leadership skills, or even relationships!

Sow some time into reading and you will eventually reap good benefits from it, like being empathetic. Getting lost in a good read can make it easier for you to relate to others, says Abigail Wise in her article 8 Science-Backed Reasons to Read a Book.

And as Proverbs 4:6-7 says, “Do not forsake wisdom, and she will protect you; love her, and she will watch over you. The beginning of wisdom is this: Get wisdom. Though it cost all you have, get understanding.” Experience God’s wisdom, hope, and guidance by reading Tanglaw Devotional Book Volume 3.

3. Give more

Jesus knows what you need before you ask Him (Matthew 6:8). He also knows how to use you in making this world a better place—through giving.

If you want to make this new year a meaningful and purposeful one, you may ask God to give you a generous and giving heart this 2023. Time, kindness, prayers, and a helping hand—these are just some of the many ways you can brighten someone’s day and impact lives.

Do you have the heart to give your time and resources to those in need? The Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines, CBN Asia’s humanitarian arm, welcomes new donors and volunteers! Reach out and inspire change this 2023!

No matter what you give, what’s important is you let all that you do be done in love (1 Corinthians 16:14).

Meanwhile, we want to pray for you as you welcome the new year! Call the CBN Asia Prayer Center or email your prayer requests to [email protected].

Lonely this Christmas? Here’s What You Can Do to Beat the Holiday Blues

The most beautiful time of the year is far from over. While many are still celebrating, some are dreading the loneliest season for them.

If you feel afraid, worried, or depressed when the holidays knock on your door, then you might be experiencing the Holiday Blues Syndrome.

Thankfully, here are some practical ways that can help you beat those not-so-welcome feelings this merry season:

Tip #1: ‘Tis the season to go out

Psychologist Mariglo Vicente shared that to avoid holiday blues, you need to go out, expose yourself to light, and avoid dark places, as they can affect your mood and perspective in life. Did you know that sleeping and staying at home for a long time this holiday season—dubbed as hibernating—might add up to that gloomy feeling?

“We need outdoor activities, even short daytime activities like exercise because exercise can boost our neurotransmitters and brain chemicals that help us feel better and have a positive disposition,” Dr. Mariglo suggests.

So, go out and bask in the holiday sun!

Tip #2: ‘Tis the season to eat healthy

Filipinos celebrating the holidays won’t be the same without feasting on sumptuous meals. Isn’t it great to know that aside from satisfying your cravings, there are foods that can boost your mood?

Milk, eggs, and other food rich in protein can help your brain make you feel good because they are high in Tryptophan. Medline Plus defines Tryptophan as an essential amino acid that helps make Serotonin. Serotonin produces healthy sleep and a stable mood. You can also add other Tryptophan-enriched foods like chicken, cheese, chocolate, and turkey as Healthline suggests.

Tip #3: ‘Tis the season to be merry… with friends and family

In the midst of the holiday rush and blues, mental health experts emphasize the need to connect with loved ones.

“Keep in touch with other people, friends, and especially family. Let’s ask for their support. Let’s proactively do it. Let others know that you need someone to be with or ask them to join you. If you feel lonely, go out with them so you can fight Christmas blues,” Dr. Mariglo ended.

See this season as a great opportunity to enjoy the moment with them while remembering the true value of Christmas—the birth of Jesus Christ. Truly, it’s a precious moment to pray, reflect, and realign hearts to Him.

May your Christmas and New Year be blessed and merry!

Caught up in the holiday blues?

We are here to pray for you. Call the CBN Asia Prayer Center at 8-737-0-700 or send your prayer requests to our Facebook page.

What is the Real Meaning of Christmas?

It’s the most wonderful time of the year!

Not because of the gifts you receive nor the festivities being celebrated, but because of someone who came down to give hope and joy to everyone.

In today’s culture, the real reason for Christmas is slowly being tainted with materialism and is becoming more dependent on present circumstances. But hopefully, this season will remind you of the true meaning behind this celebration and its significance in your personal life.

How did Christmas start?

It started with God.

He wanted to reach out and save people from their sins and hopelessness. Because of this separation caused by sin, God humbly came down in human form—born in a manger, in a simple town, and through unexperienced parents, Mary and Joseph.

“And she gave birth to her firstborn, a son. She wrapped him in cloths and placed him in a manger, because there was no guest room available for them.” (Luke 2:7 NIV)

It was a time when the world was crying out for a King who could rule over them and save them from despair. Yet instead of expecting a political King to rule a nation, God sent His son Jesus Christ to rule over the hearts of people of every nation, tribe, and language.

“For to us a child is born, to us a son is given, and the government will be on his shoulders. And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.” (Isaiah 9:6 NIV)

Since Christmas is all about Jesus, here are 4 truths about Him that you can meditate on to understand the deeper meaning of this celebration:

1. Jesus is your Wonderful Counselor

For years when the world has been without a prophet, God the Father sent Jesus on earth as fully man and wholly divine. Fully man so that men’s sufferings are not unfamiliar to Him, yet He is also 100% divine so He can take people out of despair.

He is the high priest who can empathize with you, as Hebrews 4:15 NIV says, “For we do not have a high priest who is unable to empathize with our weaknesses, but we have one who has been tempted in every way, just as we are–yet he did not sin.”

Through His wisdom and understanding, you can receive guidance, help, and deliverance for as long as you humbly come before Him and ask. Without Jesus, people are left with troubled minds and hearts.

Are you in need of direction during this season? Seek Jesus and He will generously provide you with the answers you need.

“If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask God, who gives generously to all without reproach, and it will be given him.” (James 1:5 ESV)

2. Jesus is your Mighty God 

People need an all-powerful God who has the power to save them from their sins.

Though He performed miracles after miracles that no earthly god has ever done, the greatest miracle He has done was the conversion of people’s hearts so that many would believe He is the son of God—He is Savior and Lord.

“But to all who did receive Him, who believed in His name, He gave the right to become children of God.” (John 1:12 ESV)

God created the world through Him (Colossians 1:16 NIV), for Him, and by Him. He demonstrated this power by shedding His blood on the cross so they can be reconciled back to Him.

3. Jesus is your Everlasting Father 

You have a Father in Heaven whom you can always approach with boldness and confidence. Jesus is the exact representation of God the father. He is a father to the fatherless (Psalm 68:5 NIV) and He sees the joy and pain of His children on earth.

You might be going through a rough patch this season. Or you may be in deep sorrow due to the challenges you have faced this year. Yet your comfort comes from this truth that you are not alone.

You have God who can feel your pain but also desires to mend your crushed spirit. This Christmas may not be what you expected but with Jesus, you can be joyful despite your circumstances.

“My Father, who has given them to me, is greater than all; no one can snatch them out of my Father’s hand. I and the Father are one.” (John 10:29-30 NIV)

4. Jesus is the Prince of Peace 

One of the beautiful reasons why you can still celebrate Christmas regardless of your situation is because Jesus came not just to give material gifts and blessings, He came so your heart will no longer be troubled.

It is through Jesus that you can be at peace with God, with others, and with yourself. He restores broken relationships, provides peace and order in your life, and assures you of eternal life.

“He came and preached peace to you who were far away and peace to those who were near. For through him we both have access to the Father by one Spirit.” (Ephesians 2:17-18 NIV)

Whatever situation you face this season, may you have the strength to fix your eyes on Jesus who can give you divine counsel, who can save you from your troubles, who can love you unconditionally, and who can give you peace that surpasses all understanding.

Because even if the whole world celebrates this season with gift-giving, decors, and festivities, apart from Jesus, these are all nothing. Jesus is always the reason for this season.

Receiving His free gift of salvation is the best Christmas present we could ever receive.

Are you ready to receive Him so you can have peace, joy, and eternal life?

We are here to pray for you this Christmas. Call the CBN Asia Prayer Center at 8-737-0-700 or send your prayer requests to our Facebook page.



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His love for you is endless. That’s the kind that never fades. He reminds us all of his love for us in Jeremiah 31:3you with unfailing kindness.


The Fearless Life | God’s Word Today

His love for you is endless. That’s the kind that never fades. He reminds us all of his love for us in Jeremiah 31:3


What It Takes To Believe in God

His love for you is endless. That’s the kind that never fades. He reminds us all of his love for us in Jeremiah 31:3you with unfailing kindness.


The Fearless Life | God’s Word Today

His love for you is endless. That’s the kind that never fades. He reminds us all of his love for us in Jeremiah 31:3