2005.02.19; Blackboard and Soot Incidents (Service, Not Business; Ephesians 4:11-12)

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"Christ himself gave the apostles. . . to equip his people for works of service..."  (Ephesians 4:11)


a)  2005.02.19: Falling Blackboard Incident

b)  2010.04.06: Soot on Etma’s Right Forearm Incident



a)  2005.02.19: Falling Blackboard Incident

Date/Time :    February 19, 2005    7:30am

Location   :     Meeting Room (3rd), Awm Compound, Weno, Chuuk, FSM

Narrator    :     Etma

Witnesses :     Aira Mijares, Carlos Pakingan, Erwin Mijares, Zoilo Sanalilia Jr., Marlon Francisco, Freddie Villanueva, Renato Tejada, Celso Berdon, Moises Esmena, Mars Francisco, Victor Ebesate, Lonnel Inguillo, Joel Villanueva, Santiago (Charlote) Longakit, Jerome Doctor, Teresa Pantanosa, Antero De Josef, Julian Guillermo, Robin Esmeralda, Geronimo Fritz, Roland Wengu, Angelene Aten, Nercy Fred, Jason Pauig, Mensor Nine, Steve Mori, Bernadette Aten,  and Ricky Virtucio (some may not be listed here)



     On February 19, 2005 in the lecture room, I touched more of business topics especially of some major issues that needed to be resolved. As I conducted serious questions and answers among the members of the staff, I happened to utter, “I’m going back to business life as before” engaging more time again. Then, the blackboard suddenly dropped on the floor producing a loud sound right after such statement. I got astonished in silence; I stopped and gazed the blackboard thinking what caused it to happen, especially when I just stated of going back to business life like before. I even thought about my Mother who passed away on February 19, 1974, 31 years ago, but I did not think it was caused by this. So, I had only one speculation, that it was another of divine intervention giving divine message to continue the divine mission without much time given to business or financial life. After about 10 seconds in silence, I faced the group and joked, “Sya (the Tagalog pronoun that I mean God) does not want me to engage in business heavily the way I used to do before.

b)  2010.04.06: Soot Incident

Date and Time :    April 6, 2010, 9:30am

Location           :    Etma’s Office, Nepukos, Chuuk, FSM

Narrator            :     Etma



     An American supplier, Keith from North Bay, came to office and my wife, Anna, invited me to attend the business meeting in my office together with Carlos Pakingan, the administrative officer, and Jason Pauig, the purchaser. After twenty minutes my wife and Carlos left the room. So, only Jason and I remained and finished the purchasing proposal to Keith that lasted for one hour. When the supplier left the office, I went to rest room beside my office and I was surprised to see soot on my right forearm, as shown in the picture below;

     I checked back the places and possible ways to get such soot but I was not able to think of a good reason on how I can be able to be marked with a soot, although, when I that I came from the piggery about 200 feet away from the office. Sometimes, I joined Robert, the caretaker, to cook food for the pigs that must be the source but I had none during the meeting. So, there was another divine intervention to give a sign of disapproval for what I had done.

Revelatory Message (Falling Blackboard & Soot Incidents):

The two incidents above, manifest of God's disapproval for Etma to participate in business in any way, as expressed in the following biblical verses as follow;

  • Luke 16:13, "No servant can serve two masters. Either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve both God and Money." (similar to Matthew 6:24)
  • Ephesians 4:11-12, "So Christ himself gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the pastors and teachers, to equip his people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up."

In line to this incident, hereunder are two miracles- Bread Moth Incident and Crown Bottle Incident;


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