The UST Campus Feast ends this academic year with a Grand Feast entitled Hydro: Immerse and Overflow wherein the inspiration came from an earth element -water. Water in terms of its characteristics cannot be restricted to a definite shape or form instead it takes the shape of its container and in the end, is still water. Immerse and overflow; immerse in which after all the struggles for survival, we reconnect ourselves into our main source, the Father. It is an opportunity for us to dip ourselves again into His presence and let Him fill us up with His affection.
This year’s Grand Feast is rooted from a special verse in 1 Thessalonians 3:12:
“May the Lord make your love increase and overflow for each other and for everyone else, just as ours does for you.”
This verse is to remind us of the unfailing love of our Father, reminding us that there is nothing definite in this world, just His promise of love and grace. It is also a message of assurance and strength, that life here in our world is not promising; it is not struggle-free but as we journey, God is also journeying with us. His river of love and grace never runs out. As we immerse our hearts, God will fill us up again until we radiantly overflow His love to others and continue to rise up then bring forth our overwhelming learning to one another.
Immerse yourself deeper into the loving presence of God as the UST Campus Feast brings you our Thomasian Grand Feast 2018 entitled, HYDRO: Immerse and Overflow!
May 11, 2018 (Friday)
UST Medicine Auditorium
5PM to 9PM
You are half water. Do not resist. Flow. Drip. Move freely.
Hope to see you there!