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The church believes that it is a commandment of God to live a prayerful life based on 1 Thes 5: As a discipline, they refrain from showing the act of praying on their television broadcasts, either live or recorded, in public.
However, only the audio of the community prayer is being aired, to encourage non-brethren to join and participate in praying to God, without necessarily being seen publicly.
The other, which prevails in the eastern coast, has a short dry season of one to three months and no pronounced rainy period during the rest of the year.
They also consider the Father is greater than Jesus Christ, the head of Christ and greater than all.
All church gatherings, either spiritual or socio-civic, begin and end with prayers.
Construction of school buildings, promotion of agriculture, and bringing people closer to the government were among the priority plans during this era.
Army personnel toiled to identify the charred remains of Americans captured at Bataan and burned alive on Palawan.
The disputed Spratly Islandslocated a few hundred kilometres to the west, are considered part of Palawan by the Philippines, and is locally called the "Kalayaan Group of Islands".
It also harbors a vast stretch of virgin forests that carpet its chain of mountain ranges.