Saturday, January 31, 2009

Latest of Me

It's me again. Dalam keretapi on the way ngagai airport ba Rome ditu. Kaban minta tulung enggau iya ngadu ke tikit bilun ba MAS opis ba airport. Datai din, opis tutup. So kami duai iya beposing meh. *** Bedarah mulut ku kena chelap ditu***


Thursday, January 29, 2009

Birthday Boy


May God bless my little bro Pio with His love, mercy, guidance and everything that is according to God's will. In Jesus' name i pray. Amen


Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Monday, January 26, 2009

The Covenant

GENESIS 9: 13- 16
I set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be a sign of the covenant between me and the earth. When I bring clouds over the earth and the bow is seen in the clouds, I will remember my covenant which is between me and you and every living creature of all flesh; and the waters shall never again become a flood to destroy all flesh. When the bow is in the clouds, I will look upon it and remember the everlasting covenant between God and every living creature of all flesh that is upon the earth." God said to Noah, "This is the sign of the covenant which I have established between me and all flesh that is upon the earth."

Gambar tu di ambi ku ari Nam ti lalu maya ku nganti kaban ku datai ngambi ku. Maya nyak ku meda anak raja, begembar, ku ngingat ke jaku Allah Taala ba bup Pemungkal (Genesis) ti madah ke sempekat (covenant) antara Noah enggau Allah Taala. Tu meh penyayau Allah Taala ke nembiak Iya ba dunya tu!!

Sunday, January 25, 2009


"This is the King of the Jews"
Luke 23:32-43

Are you prepared to die well? None of us can avoid the inevitable -- our own death. We try to avoid it, to block it from our minds, but the the truth is we will all die sooner or later. Dying is not easy for anyone. It involves mental and physical suffering, loss, and separation. We can choose to live well, and we can choose to die well. Dying well is a life-long spiritual task. Fortunately there is something stronger than death and that is love (Song of Songs 6:8). "For God so loved the world that he gave us his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life" (John 3:16). Jesus embraced the cross knowing it was the Father's will and the Father's way for him to die.
My Prayer in front on Crucifix:
"Lord Jesus, you laid down your life for me that I might walk in the freedom of your love and mercy. Free me from love of the world and from attachment to sin and hurtful desires, that I might love whole-heartedly and sincerely what you love and reject whatever is false and contrary to the gospel." Amen.


Mother Mary

Salve, Regina, mater misericòrdiae,
vita, dulcèdo et spes nostra, salve.
Ad te clamàmus,
èxsules fìlii Hèvae,ad te suspiràmus,
gemèntes et flèntes in hac lacrimàrum valle.
Èia èrgo, advocàta nostra,
ìllos tùos misericòrdes oculos ad nos convèrte.
Et Iesum, benedìctum fructum ventris tui,
nobis post hoc exsìlium ostènde.
O clèmens, o pia, o dulcis Virgo Maria.

Ave Maria,
gràtia plena,
Dòminus tècum,
benedìcta tu in mulièribus,
et benedìctus fructus vèntris tui, Iesus.
Sancta Maria, mater Dei,
ora pro nobis peccatòribus,
nunc et in hora mortis nòstrae.


Saint Paul


St. Paul never recalled to mind this his wonderful conversion, without raptures of gratitude and praise to the divine mercy. The church, in thanksgiving to God for such a miracle of his grace, from which it has de rived such great blessings, and to commemorate so miraculous an instance of his almighty power, and to propose to penitents a perfect model of a true conversion has instituted this festival, which we find mentioned in several calendars and missals of the eighth and ninth centuries, and which pope Innocent III. commanded to be observed with great solemnity.
God our Father,You taught the Gospel to all the worldthrough the preaching of Paul Your apostle.May we who celebrate his conversion to the faithfollow him in bearing witness to Your truth.We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, Your Son,who lives and reigns with You and the Holy Spirit,one God, for ever and ever. +Amen.

Friday, January 23, 2009


Yesus kekuatan di hidup ku. Tiap hari tiap masa ku sedar enti nadai Jesus nyadi pengering ku, enda nemu diri endur ku diatu. Taja ku lemi tang nunda ko St. Paul- when i am weak then i am strong!! Terima kasih Jesus ketegal semampai ngemata sereta meri pengering ke aku!!

Love of God


Aku rindu mai ninga n meda video tu. Bisi mai pengandal ke aku maya aku asai labuh dalam pengidup spiritual aku. Thanks to Jesus, my Saviour and personal redeemer!!


Rindu ninga lagu tu aja...

Thursday, January 22, 2009


View rumah panjai aku maya bisi pengerami. Nyambut temuai ti di pebasa mega maya tu!!


Tu meh picture one of my siblings, 5 taun ti udah. Cute mai iya and main organ gik maya tu. Thanks dear bro. God bless u, Wind and the conductor and all the choirs members!!

Ajat Iban

Bala anembiak kitai Iban ngajat maya pengerami Misa Kudus.
Bala sekeda benung belatur deka ngajat sebedau pengerami nyadi! Proud of all of them and thanks for their support!! God bless them!!


In Persona Christi!

"Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men"
Matthew 4:18-25

What is God's call on your life? When Jesus chose his first disciples, he called ordinary people. Peter and Andrew were brothers and fishermen by trade. Like the other apostles they were non-professionals who had no wealth or position. In choosing ordinary people Jesus made extraordinary claims -- to leave all -- family, kin, and occupation--for the kingdom of God. When the Lord calls each of us to follow him, he makes the same claim -- let nothing stand between you and Jesus. He chose these men, not for what they were, but for what they would be capable of becoming under his direction and power. When the Lord calls us to serve, we must not shrug back because we think that we have little or nothing to offer. The Lord takes what ordinary people, like us, can offer and uses it for greatness in his kingdom. Do you make your life an offering to the Lord and allow him to use you as he sees fit?
"Lord, fill me with gratitude and generosity for all you have done for me. Take my life and all that I have as an offering of love for you, who are my All." Amen


St. Peter's Square, Vatican City

Siti ari water fountains ba St. Peter's Square, Rome.

Sekeda ari tiang ti bisi ba St. Peter's Square


Lagu Iban


Dinga maya asai deka ninga aja......

Wednesday, January 21, 2009


"Great is your faith! Be it done for you as you desire"
Matthew 15:21-28

Jesus, no doubt, spoke with a smile rather than with an insult because this woman immediately responds with wit and faith -- "even the dogs eat the crumbs". Jesus praises a Gentile woman for her faith and for her love. She made the misery of her child her own and she was willing to suffer rebuff in order to obtain healing for her loved one. She also had indomitable persistence. Her faith grew in contact with the person of Jesus. She began with a request and she ended on her knees in worshipful prayer to the living God. No one who ever sought Jesus with faith -- whether Jew or Gentile -- was refused his help. Do you seek Jesus with expectant faith?
"Lord, your love and mercy knows no bounds. May I trust you always and pursue you with indomitable persistence as this woman did. Increase my faith in your saving power and deliver me for all evil and harm. "



"Those who hear the word of God and do it"
Luke 8:19-21

Do your relationships help you or hinder you in living for God? God did not intend for us to be alone, but to be with others. He gives us many opportunities for developing relationships with family, friends, neighbors, and co-workers. Why does Jesus seem to ignore his own relatives when they pressed to see him? Jesus never lost an opportunity to teach his disciples a spiritual lesson or truth about the kingdom of God. On this occasion when many gathered to hear Jesus he pointed to another and higher reality of spiritual kinship, namely the family of God. An early martyr once said that "a Christian's only relatives are the saints." Those who follow Jesus Christ and who seek the will of God enter into a new family, a family of "saints" here on earth and in heaven. Jesus changes the order of relationships and shows that true kinship is not just a matter of flesh and blood. Our adoption as sons and daughters of God transforms all our relationships and requires a new order of loyalty to God and his kingdom. Paul the Apostle warns us to not form friendships with those whose influence would lead us into sin and unfaithfulness (see Ephes. 5:7). We certainly must pray for them, seek their good, and look for ways to witness the joy of the gospel. True friendship for a Christian should strengthen us in our love for God and for neighbor. Do you seek the company of godly friends and advisors and do you look for ways to help others grow in the knowledge and wisdom of God and his will for their lives?
"Heavenly Father, you bless us with family and friends, both spiritual and natural. Help me to love them with charity and grace. May I always prefer your will and seek to do what is right and good in all my relationships."


Mater Dei

"For with God nothing will be impossible"
Luke 1:26-38

For with God nothing will be impossible."And Mary said, "Behold, I am the handmaid of the Lord; let it be to me according to your word."
Do you know the favor of the Lord? God lavishes his grace upon all who believe in him. He shows his favor to the lowly, to those who are humble and receptive to his word. We see the unfolding of God's plan of redemption in the events leading up to the Incarnation, the birth of the Messiah. The new era of salvation begins with the conception of Jesus in the womb of Mary. This child to be born is conceived by the gracious action of the Holy Spirit upon Mary, who finds favor with God. As Eve was the mother of all humanity doomed to sin, now Mary becomes the mother of the new Adam who will father a new humanity by his grace (Romans 5:12-21). This child to be conceived in her womb is the fulfillment of all God’s promises. He will be “great” and “Son of the Most High” and “King” (Luke 1:32-33), and his name shall be called “Jesus”, which means “the Lord saves”. “He will save his people from their sins” (Matthew 1:21). The promise of an everlasting kingdom to the house of David (Isaiah 9:6-7) is fulfilled in the King to be born in Mary’s womb.
God gives us grace and he expects us to respond with the same willingness, obedience, and heart-felt trust as Mary did. When God commands he also gives the help, strength, and means to respond. We can either yield to his grace or resist and go our own way.


"I have earnestly desired to eat this passover with you before I suffer"
Luke 22:14-23

Why did Jesus "earnestly desire to eat this passover meal" with his disciples? Luke mentions that "the passover lamb has to be sacrificed" on this feast (Luke 22:7). This would be Jesus' last meal with his chosen twelve. It was not coincidental that he would suffer and die on a cross at passover time. Luke points to Jesus' death as the sacrificial passover lamb who fulfills and makes obsolete the sacrifices of the old testament. This meal is both a celebration of the passover according to the old covenant and the institution of a new covenant to be commemorated by a new meal. Jesus institutes this "new covenant" in the form of a last will and testament. Jacob and Moses, just before their deaths, blessed their heirs with their last will and testament (Genesis 49; Deuteronomy 33). Jesus' passover is similar as he blesses his chosen twelve who would become the leaders of the new Israel. Jesus' institution fulfills the old testament promises of a "new covenant" and "new exodus" which would bring about true freedom from slavery to sin, as well as the promise of blessing.

Jesus transforms the passover of the old covenant into the meal of the "new covenant in my blood" (Luke 22:20). In the Old Covenant bread and wine were offered in sacrifice as a sign of grateful acknowledgment to their Creator. Melchizedek’s offering of bread and wine, who was both priest and king (Genesis 14:18), prefigured the offering made by Jesus, our high priest and king. The unleavened bread at Passover and the miraculous manna in the desert are the pledge of God's faithfulness to his promises. The "cup of blessing" at the end of the Jewish passover meal points to the messianic expectation of the rebuilding of Jerusalem. Jesus gave a new and definitive meaning to the blessing of the bread and the cup when he instituted the "Lord's Supper" or "Eucharist". He speaks of the presence of his body and blood in this new meal. When at the Last Supper Jesus described his blood “poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins” (Matthew 26:28), he was explaining his coming crucifixion as a sacrifice for sins. His death on the cross fulfilled the sacrifice of the paschal lamb. That is why John the Baptist called him the “Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world.” Jesus made himself an offering and sacrifice, a gift that was truly pleasing to the Father. He “offered himself without blemish to God” (Hebrews 9:14) and “gave himself as a sacrifice to God” (Ephesians 5:2). This meal was a memorial of his death and resurrection.


"Father, into your hands I commit my Spirit!"

"Father, into your hands I commit my Spirit!"
Luke 23:44-49

The cross brings us face to face with Jesus' suffering. He was alone -- all his disciples had deserted him except for his mother and three women along with John, the beloved disciple. And his death was agonizing and humiliating. Normally a crucified man could last for several days on a cross. Jesus' had already been scourged, beaten with rods, and a crown of thorns pressed into his skull. It is no wonder that he died mid-afternoon. Pilate publicly heralded Jesus "The King of the Jews" as he died upon the cross, no doubt to irritate and annoy the chief priests and Pharisees. We can find no greater proof of God's love for us than the willing sacrifice of his Son on the cross. Jesus' parting words, "Father, into your hands I commit my spirit!" express triumph rather than defeat. Jesus bowed his head and gave up his spirit knowing that the strife was now over and the battle was won. Even on the cross Jesus knew the joy of victory. What the Father sent him into the world to do has now been accomplished. Christ offered himself without blemish to God and he put away sin by the sacrifice of himself !!


Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Ruang Bilik Allah Taala

"Whoever does the will of my Father in heaven is my brother and sister"
Matthew 12:46-50
While he was still speaking to the people, behold, his mother and his brothers stood outside, asking to speak to him. But he replied to the man who told him, "Who is my mother, and who are my brothers?" And stretching out his hand toward his disciples, he said, "Here are my mother and my brothers! For whoever does the will of my Father in heaven is my brother, and sister, and mother."
Who do you relate to as your closest family and friends? God did not intend for us to be alone, but to be with others. He gives us many opportunities for developing relationships with family, friends, neighbors, and co-workers. Why does Jesus seem to ignore his own relatives when they pressed to see him? His love and respect for his mother and his relatives is unquestionable. Jesus never lost an opportunity to teach his disciples a spiritual lesson and truth about the kingdom of God. On this occasion when many gathered to hear Jesus he pointed to another higher reality of relationships, namely our relationship with God and with those who belong to God.
What is the essence of being a Christian? It is certainly more than doctrine, precepts, and commandments. It is first and foremost a relationship – a relationship of trust, affection, commitment, loyalty, faithfulness, kindness, thoughtfulness, compassion, mercy, helpfulness, encouragement, support, strength, protection, and so many other qualities that bind persons together in mutual love and unity. God offers us the greatest of relationships - union of heart, mind, and spirit with himself, the very author and source of love (1 John 4:8,16). God's love never fails, never forgets, never compromises, never lies, never lets us down nor disappoints us. His love is consistent, unwavering, unconditional, and unstoppable. Nothing can deter him from ever leaving us, ignoring us, or treating us unkindly. He will love us no matter what. It is his nature to love. That is why he created us - to be united with him and to share in his love and unity (1 John 3:1). God is a trinity of persons - Father, Son, and Holy Spirit - and a community of love. That is why Jesus challenged his followers and even his own earthly family to recognize that God is the true source of all relationships. God wants all of our relationships to be rooted in his love.
Jesus is God's love incarnate - God's love made flesh (1 John 4:9-10) . That is why Jesus describes himself as the good shepherd who lays down his life for his sheep and the shepherd who seeks out the sheep who have strayed and lost their way. God is like the father who yearns for his prodigal son to return home and then throws a great party for him when he repents and comes back. Jesus offered up his life on the cross for our sake, so that we could be forgiven and restored to unity with God. It is through Jesus that we become the adopted children of God - his own sons and daughters. That is why Jesus told his disciples that they would have many new friends and family relationships in his kingdom. Whoever does the will of God is a friend of God and a member of his family.


Macam-macam Ragam

Gambar sekadar deka suka-suka aja sereta nadai kaitan enggau sida ti agi idup sereta udah nadai!
Sinu mai...bendar mai igat tu nuchi pinggai. Mesti kes enda mayar bil api tu nyak enda ngena machine nuchi pinggai...huhuhuhuh
Adeh2..lapar mai igat tu. Manah enda terus diau dalam iceboz nyak iya. Nyangka enda or bedau nemu ngirup ai bisa, enti enda........

Nya iya bulih. Tu driving under influence icecream nyak. Hope bala pemaca tau senyum meda gambar tu....


Love of God

"You did not choose me, but I chose you"
John 15:12-17

"This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you. Greater love has no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. You are my friends if you do what I command you. No longer do I call you servants, for the servant does not know what his master is doing; but I have called you friends, for all that I have heard from my Father I have made known to you. You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you that you should go and bear fruit and that your fruit should abide; so that whatever you ask the Father in my name, he may give it to you. This I command you, to love one another."
Do you know the friendship of God? One of the special marks of favor shown in the scriptures is to be called the friend of God. Abraham is called the friend of God (Isaiah 41:8). God speaks with Abraham as a man speaks with his friend (Exodus 33:11). Jesus, the Lord and Master, in turn, calls the disciples his friends rather than his servants. What does it mean to be a friend of God? Friendship with God certainly entails a loving relationship which goes beyond mere duty and obedience. Jesus' discourse on friendship and brotherly love echoes the words of Proverbs: A friend loves at all times; and a brother is born for adversity (Proverbs 17:17). The distinctive feature of Jesus' relationship with his disciples was his personal love for them. He loved his own to the end (John 13:1). His love was unconditional and wholly directed to the good of others. His love was also sacrificial. He gave the best he had and all that he had. He gave his very life for those he loved in order to secure for them everlasting life with the Father.
True love is costly. A true lover gives the best he can offer and is willing to sacrifice everything he has for the beloved. God willingly paid the price for our redemption — the sacrifice of his only begotten Son. That's the nature of true friendship and love — the willingness to give all for the beloved. True friends will lay down their lives for each other. Jesus tells us that he is our friend and he loves us whole-heartedly and unconditionally. He wants us to love one another just as he loves us, whole-heartedly and without reserve. His love fills our hearts and transforms our minds and frees us to give ourselves in loving service to others. If we open our hearts to his love and obey his command to love our neighbor, then we will bear much fruit in our lives, fruit that will last for eternity. Do you wish to be fruitful and to abound in the love of God?


Sunday, January 18, 2009


Tu meh mom n dad aku. Lelenggau ke seduai iya. Huhuhuhuhuhuhuhuhu tang seduai iya diau kediri ba rumah panjai din as menyadi ku dua iko nyak diau ba Miri n Brunei. Kacih seduai iya kediri.
Mesti berposing as ku nyadi photographer seduai iya. Ba Tenyok, enda jauh ari Long Bedian. Manah chalet sida ditu. Plus tau mandi ba sungai semak chalet nyak. Hope ulih kin baru maya cuti ila. May God bless u two beloved Dad n Mom!! I owes a lot to both of them!!


Sapa tu neh??

Siti ari gambar maya ba Manila maya nyak. Maya ku emda gambar tu enda ku sedar kemaya ku ngambi gambar tu. Among 1800 iti gambar dalam camera aku, gambar tu bisi sesuatu istimewa peda aku. Tang sapa seduai tu neh? Hope aku ulih trace tuan punya gambar tu soon.
Oopsss baru ku ingat, seduai tu sama enggau aku ke Manila. Lawak mai...jampat mai enda ingat. Tu meh Adik Jerry and his beloved Mom AT Mau. Gambar di ambi pengudah kami attended Wedding Mass udah nya ngetu enda lama sebedau terus ngagai restaurant enda jauh ari church. Gambar tu diambi sebedau wedding dinner. Rami malam nyak tang sayau ketegal aku enda sempat ngambi gambar maya makai nya.


Maya aku ke ngambi gambar tu, ari dalam tour bus, maya kami sebuat nuju Mount Blanc ari Geneva, ku pikir bisi accident. Tang pengudah ku view ba dalam camera, salah sangka aku tadi nyak, kereta tu parking aja. Nya meh, kadang-kadang kitai tau ngaga pemutus di jampat lalu salah. Heheheheeheh

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Kaki ohhh Kaki

No need explanation but pictures speak louder than words!!


Sunday, January 11, 2009


Hahahaha tu meh ulah photographer, nadai orang ngambi gambar, ngambi gambar kediri. Hmm puas ati meh ketegal meda diri ngambi gambar ba cermin!


Pagi tadi ku join Misa ba Convent Putri-Putri Terkasih Dari Darah Yesus Yang Maha Mulia. Sigi peluang ambi gambar terbaru. Baka ke okey tang kaki agi pedis so ku ngasuh kaban ku ambi gambar enda apus tubuh! Huhuhuhuhu


Wound? Ukai la, terseliuh aja. Tp still swollen@ kembai ko kitai iban. Nama hal tau bakanya? Heheeheheh anak iban belelang bejalai tang nyau pedis kaki. Nyak meh bala keduak ngelese ke aku ngelamatu. Sida madah kelalu amat bejalai sampai kaki nyau terseliuh! Bisi meh story behind this cute event tang slowly recovering meh!!

Monday, January 5, 2009

Bejegau for good cause!!

Lawak asai ku berati photo tu as bisi actions kediri magang bala kami sebuat. Ngam2 matapanas nunga kami maya nyak. Ba tengah2 pasar Manila tu enti enda saru aku.
Sigi enda kala tinggal enti begambar ba depan church. Bisi meh bala kami masuk ke dalam church, penuh orang maya nyak, baka ke bisi hari besai maya nyak. Ku suka bejalai ke Manila as religious articles ba ditu murah sereta nadai masalah mai pulai ke Malaysia. Enjoy my trip maya tu taja enda tentu mayuh endut bejalai! Terima kasih ke bala kami sebuat- Adk Jerry, Aunt G n Ad...hope dah ku pulai ila, tau kin baru neh....


Saturday, January 3, 2009


Tu siti ari statue ti di kerindu Padre Pio. Bajik mai mua statue tu dipeda maya aku ngambi gambar tu. Kena 1st January siti hari besai Indai Maria iya nya Hari Besai Maria Indai Allah Taala. Maria mega indai semua kitai! Besembiang nengah Maria ngena sembiang rosari tauka novena! Enda kala lebu ba aku maya aku minta saup Maria ninting hari dalam pengidup aku!!

Pejalai Pengidup

Pejalai pengidup kitai mensia bepun ari Allah Taala ke ngaga nempa pengidup kita ari pengasih Iya ti besai ke mensia. Allah Taala udah nemu kini tunga pejalai kitai. Enti piak nama tuju pejalai kitai enti Allah Taala udah nemu? Kitai enggau naka ulih nyerah ke diri, anticipate, participate ukai semina passively tang actively dalam pejalai pengidup kitai!
Taja kadang2 kitai ngasai ke pemerat tauka penusah pejalai nitih ke Allah Taala tang maya kitai ngasai kediri Allah Taala nganjung penyaup@penulung ngiring pejalai kitai! Maya kita suntuk teparuk senang lantang melikat penyaga semampai ba tisi kitai. Andal ke tu tau meri pengelantang dalam pejalai kitai tu!

Allah Taala sigi meri awak endur kitai belelak sereta betati ke penungga tuju jalai pengidup. Beterima kasih ke Allah Taala ketegal pengelantang lalu mega ke penusah di di asai kitai! Nyema kitai ulih pengelantang, maya penusah patut kita mega nerima enggau ati tebuka! Besembiang ukai deka di peda orang kudus tang mega ngaku sereta nyerah ke pejalai pengidup ngagai Allah Taala.

Ba Allah Taala semua kitai sebaka magang. Reti nyak enda milih indu tauka lelaki kitai tu anak Allah Taala magang! Sigi patut kitai meri puji basa ke Iya siko aja!

Dini dua tauka tiga begempuru dalam nama Aku(Jesus) aku bisi enggau kita!! Suah mega kitai ngasai ulih bejalai kediri tang manah mega enti bisi pangan mantu kitai ukai maya senang tang maya tusah mega!

Sekeda ari kitai kadang2 kelanjur pengawa tang nadai salah malik kebelakang meda pengawa ti enda ngenyenangka Allah Taala. Ukai reti kitai alah tang ngadu ke pendiau pengidup enggau lebih manah agi kelebih agi pengawa ti mai pengelantang ke Allah Taala!
Pejalai pengidup bisi meh maya kitai baka ke niki tangga! Nyingkang genap gigi tangga siti-siti! Retinya kitai ngelala ni bagi pengawa ti patut dikereja dulu. Nemu bagi priority dalam pengidup kitai! Tusah senang di pansa dalam pengidup kitai nuju pejalai ngagai Allah Taala!
Nama meh pengujung pejalai tu deh? Kitai ba dunya tu semina dunya injau aja! Dunya meruan begulai enggau Allah Taala nyak tuju pejalai pengidup tu! Patut maya kitai betati ke pemati ukai pengujung pejalai pengidup tang ngepun ke pengidup kitai begulai enggau Allah Taala ba menua amai kitai laban nya kangau pejalai pengidup kitai ba dunya tu!!