What Makes You Smile? | World Smile Day

What makes you smile?

A shared moment with your loved ones? A random act of kindness or some good news? How about doing something that makes other people smile?

For us in CBN Asia and our Family of Ministries, it’s proclaiming the Good News and sharing God’s love to our kababayans. It’s putting a smile on God’s face, and helping you smile, too!

This World Smile Daytake a look at these smile-filled moments that we have shared together.  

Indeed, a glad heart makes a happy face (Proverbs 15:13 NLT). 

Despite all the trials, may you always be encouraged to be glad, to rejoice and smile, knowing that everything works out together according to God’s beautiful plan and purpose.

Afterall, joy and smile are all spirits of God.

“Many people say, ‘Who will show us better times?’ Let your face smile on us, LORD.” (Psalm 4:6 NLT)

How about you, what makes you smile?

Feel free to share your answers in the comments section below!

We would like to make you smile today by praying for you. You may reach out to our Prayer Center by calling 8737-0700 or sending in your prayer requests to our Facebook page.  

2 Comments

  • Jennifer V. Rodriguez

    … I’m sorry that I opt to stop sending my love gifts four or five years ago… But that doesn’t mean that i forgot all about you… For my prayer request, please do pray not only for me but for the whole city of Puerto Princesa Palawan for miracles in handling cases of CoVid-19.. It is quite alarming already, being me as the 1st known locally transmission in our beloved city.

    • Hi Jennifer, we understand your decision. We will pray you and the official government of Puerto Princesa Palawan that God will give them wisdom and guidance on how to suppress and eradicate the spread of Covid19. Let us also trust that God is doing something so that his pandemic will end soon. Isaiah 40:31
      But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.
      God bless you and your family.

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