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THESE next four Sundays will be

Look On the Mirror Do You See Yourself?


Because today, we start a brand new series titled Vampires. Sorry to disappoint you, it wont be a series of fanged creatures of the night. Or ware wolves. Or frankensteins. Or other monstrous characters from Hotel Transylvania. This month, well learn How To Deal with Difficult People. Admit it. Youve got these bloodsuckers in your life. Creatures that suck the joy and life out of you. Why God tolerates these anomalies boggle our minds. Why they even exist in Gods scheme of things is beyond our comprehension. Cant He just zap them to utter oblivion? But then we have to ask ourselves: Are WE a bloodsucker? Are we a difficult person? Heres a big problem: As a general rule, difficult people dont know theyre difficult. They think theyre an angel living amidst demons. Like the Vampire, when they look into the mirror, they have the inability to see their own reflection. Today, well learn the science and art of spotting a Vampireso that you can deal with them in the right way. Yes, even if that Vampire is YOU. I pray for Gods comfort and conviction upon your life. Enjoy todays Feast! May your dreams come true,

A Catholic Prayer Meeting of the Light of Jesus Family


20 n a nala tul o g KCO ng! N NA !!!

November 4, 2012


How to Deal with Difficult People?

Are You One Of Them?

Emotional Vampiresthats how Dr. Albert J. Bernstein calls Difficult people in our lives. They are all around us and are dangerous to our emotional and physical health. Emotional Vampires draw you in with charm, beauty, talent and pulse pounding excitement. They come in various shapes and sizes. Despite the several sub-types, one factor that they all have in common is that you feel emotionally drained after spending time with them. They drain younot of blood but of every last drop of emotional energy. Besides feeling drained, they often take up your time and in some cases money as well. Emotional vampires are lurking everywhere and wear many different disguisesfrom needy relatives to workplace bullies. Whether they do so intentionally or not, these people can make us feel overwhelmed, depressed, defensive, angry, and wiped out. Its almost supernatural how quickly these Emotional Vampires can get you to trust them, then, just as quickly, get under your skin and drain you dry. Its downright scary how quickly they can trick you into letting them come back and do it again. Do you see these Emotional Vampires (Difficult People) in your life everyday? How do you spot them and protect yourself from their cunning schemes? In the next three (3) weeks, well talk about these difficult people in our lives and how to deal with them and hopefully transform them: Talk 1: How To Spot A Vampire Talk 2: How To Protect Yourself From A Vampire Talk 3: How To Transform A Vampire But, heres the truth: We are ALL (partially) Personal Vampires. Intrigue!? Yes, You are a Difficult Person to some people some (most?) of the time Husband, to your wife; Wife, to your husband. Parent, to your child; Child, to your parent. Boss, to your employee; Employee, to your Boss. Etc.etc.etc.Check it out in this series Whats the goal of this series? God Loves Difficult People! There is Hope for difficult people/emotional vampires. God can transform that person from blood/life sucking to life giving Nothing is impossible with God! His love, His loving embrace will heal their wounds and change them from a Difficult Person to a Person of Blessings. Even if youre a Difficult Person today, there is hopeallow God, His loving grace to transform you and make you a channel and vessel of His blessings, giving Life Let me say it againGod Loves Difficult Peopleespecially You! God is with you. Eng-joy Him, eng-joy Life! Have a fantastic Feast today! In Christ, Bro. Eng (wag uulitin)

The Feast Valenzuela is a weekly prayer gathering of the Light of Jesus Family held at the Cinema 1 of SM Valenzuela, every Sundays, from 1:30 to 4:00 pm. For questions and concerns, contact Danny Aonuevo @ 09178275755 or email us at feastvalenzuela@gmail.com. visit our website: www.feastvalenzuela.com

October 28, 2012

photos by: Mike Aonuevo & Chai Juco

Death is not a dead endit is a doorway. Most of us are afraid to face death because we are uncertain of what lies ahead us. But as Christians, we believe that there is life after death. Bro. Dan reminded us on the last talk of the series Unli Rewards: Eternal Rewards, that what we sow is what we reap, and our life here on earth echoes in eternity. God has given us the freedom to choose to follow Him or be away from Him. We have unfulfilled desires that only our Father in heaven can fulfill. But we need not wait to see what our Father had stored for us for even in the midst our trials and sadness, we can see a glimpse of heaven. When we feel loved, we know what to expect in heaven. For God is love and He is everywhere. Our physical body may vanish but what is in our heart and in our soul can never be conquered by death. We all desire to go to heaven where there will be no more pain, tears, and sufferingsonly pure love and happiness. Let us accept the reality of death and start living heaven here on earth. -Rochelle Tubilla


Talk 1:How To Spot a Vampire You! God Loves Difficult PeopleEspecially

Romans 12:10,13 You, then, why do you judge your brother or sister? Or why do you treat them with contempt? For we will all stand before Gods judgement seat. Therefore let us stop passing judgment on one another.

but I spared you; I said, I will not lay my hand on my lord, because he is the LORDs anointed. 1 Samuel 8:7 And the LORD told him: Listen to all that the people are saying to you; it is not you they have rejected, but they have rejected me as their king. Personal Reflection and Group Discussion: Who are the difficult people in your life and what are their most common characteristics? Are you also a difficult people to others? In what way?

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Ive been involved in the Feast as part of the Music Ministry for quite a time now. I have heard about caring group but basically wasnt really that interested about it. I was really not into sharing my thoughts (or feelings) to complete strangers, so to be honest, I stayed away from it as much as I could. As time went, I was encouraged by one of our mentors in the Music Ministry to join a CG. It was time for me to learn to mingle with other people, and that it will be good for me, he said. So out of obedience, coupled with reluctance, I went into the Feast Bandwagon. I was overwhelmed by paranoia and skepticism asking myself repeatedly, is it going to be worth my time? Or will I be liked by my co-members? When the day came that I was led to my group, we introduced ourselves to each other, shook hands, and practically do all the things civilized people would do during a first-time meeting. Sooner, I found myself in the midst of a very friendly group of people led by a very accommodating CG head. In no time, all of us were already sharing and laughing together as if weve known each other for a long time. The doubts that I had about CGs were the exact opposite! And I was completely relieved! God indeed has His way of teaching His children. In the past, it takes me a great amount of effort just to start a conversation. Then He put me here! It was truly a breakthrough! Now, I wake up on a Sunday with utmost excitement and anticipation because I will get to see my very own Caring Group again. Another opportunity to share, listen, and make my companions feel that they are being cared for and lovedHence the name, right?

My Caring Group Experienceo by: Ivan Antoni


Havent decided on what streams to get? Maybe this will help! Here are the list of speakers for the Day1 Streams:

Matthew 7:4 How can you say to your brother, Let me take the speck out of your eye, when all the time there is a plank in your own eye? Romans 12:3 Do not think of yourself more highly than you ought... Philippians 2:3 Be humble, thinking of others as better than yourselves. Matthew 7:12 So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets. Leviticus 19:18 Love your neighbor as yourself.

Mike Joseph, Servant, Ligaya ng Panginoon Bert Miranda, Servant, ELIM COmmunities Alvin Barcelona, Feast Builder, Marilao & PICC 3rd Session

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Benedict Hernandez, President & CEO BPAP Chinkee Tan, Motivational Speaker & Author Jon Escoto, President & CEO, Leadlife, Inc. Efren Penaflorida, CNN Hero of the Year 2009 Alvin Barcelona, President, Barcelona Academy Msgr. Gerry Santos, President, CEAP

Pat Keady, Worship Leader, Emmanuel Worship George Gabriel, Worship Director, The Feast Gigi De Jesus, Musical Director, The Feast Fr. Javy Alpasa, Social Entrepreneur

Pax Lapid, Dean, Entrepreneur School of Asia Rex Mendoza, President & CEO, Philam Life Edward Lee, Chariman, COL Financial, Inc.

Raffy Blasco, Servant, CFC Cory Quirino, TV & Radio Host Cito Beltran, TV & Radio Host and Columnist

Arun Gogna, Kerygma Preacher Pinky Marquez, International Singer & Stage Performer Fr. John Paul Del Rosario, Quassi-Parish Priest, Madonna Del Divino Amor Fr. Mario Sobrejuanite, Society of St. Paul

1 Samuel 24:10 _______________________________ This day you have seen with your own eyes how the LORD delivered you into my hands _______________________________ in the cave. Some urged me to kill you,

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