Hi. My name is Sheryl. Welcome to my blog.
I would like to introduce myself through the most important relationships in my life.
I am first and foremost a daughter of the Most High God, redeemed by the high cost of Jesus’ sacrifice on the Cross. He saved me when I was nine and He is ever with me, always faithful even when I am faithless.
I am married to my best friend, a musician, and the perfect companion in my journey of faith.
We are blessed with four kids—bundles of joy and little disciples. I believe that they are the most effective tools for our sanctification. And hey, despite our shortcomings and failures as parents, my husband and I still believe that we are the perfect mom and dad for them. 🙂
I am the eldest of ten siblings and I am forever thankful for the many brothers and sisters who are always there to support me, love me, and forgive me. I am so used to the noise, chaos, and the happiness of having a large family.
I feel blessed to be given the opportunity to grow with other believers. Currently, I attend church here.
I am writing this blog mainly to share what God has taught me and what I am learning as a Christian woman, wife, and mother. This is to chronicle my journey as His child who longs to know Him more and find joy completely in Him.
I will write to leave a simple legacy to my kids. I hope that someday they will look at this blog and be reminded of the things that we’ve been through and marvel at God’s pleasure in bringing good to our family.
I have to admit that I was discipled by online blogs. I owe a measure of my spiritual growth to men and women who were courageous and gracious enough to share their walk with the Lord in the blogosphere. I am happy that the internet has bridged the gap and provided opportunities for Christians all over the world to learn from each other at a time when young women like me face difficulty in finding real life mentors. I do hope this blog will also be an encouragement to fellow Christian women in the Philippines to live out their high calling as daughters of the King.
Let me echo A. W. Tozer’s remark in his book The Pursuit of God:
“Others before me have gone much farther in these holy mysteries than I have done, but if my fire is not large it is yet real, and there may be those who can light their candle at its flame.”
So, welcome and grace to you!
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