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Manny Pacquiao Visits And PRAYS For A Woman Who Has Been Sentenced To DEATH

Christian Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao and his wife Jinkee recently went to Wirogunan prison in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, to visit condemned overseas Filipino worker Mary Jane Veloso, who has been sentenced to death for smuggling heroin to Indonesia.


Christian Today reports, Veloso has claimed innocence over the act, saying she has been framed by alleged trafficker Maria Kristina Sergio, her live-in partner Julius Lacanilao, as well as an unidentified African man.

Philippines President Benigno Aquino III appealed to Indonesian President Joko Widodo to grant Veloso clemency, and so did Pacquiao, just two days before her scheduled execution on April 29 this year.

Widodo appeared to have heeded the pleas made by Aquino and Pacquiao as he ordered that Veloso be spared from execution that day.

However, her fate still hangs in the balance since her execution was just deferred to help Philippine authorities prosecute the brains behind the drug trafficking syndicate that used Veloso as a drug mule.

During the boxing champ’s visit to the detention centre where Veloso was awaiting her fate, she was moved to tears upon seeing the Pacquiao couple. Pacquiao did his best to offer her words of comfort and inspiration.

They said a prayer together. This was captured in a photo Pacquiao posted on his Instagram account (@mannypacquiao). “Praying with Mary Jane Veloso. Please keep her in your prayers,” he said in the caption.

Jinkee also shared similar pictures on her Instagram account (@jinkeepacquiao). “When I (prayed) for her, tears (flowed) in my eyes,” she wrote.

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GOD’s Plans Are Higher Than Ours : Manny Pacquiao Pens An Inspirational ‘Thank You Note’ To Fans

On Sunday morning by 4am most Kenyans were awake not to prepare for a morning church service but to witness the much awaited boxing match dubbed the fight of the century. With many routing for the loved Manny Pacquiao who unfortunately lost through a unanimous decision to the champion Floyd Mayweather, his lifestyle of humility will live to inspire many for decades to come.

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Manny Pacquiao in his words thought he won the fight but it seems that his efforts of putting Mayweather down could not bore fruits of breaking the champ’s record of 48. Though he felt bad that he lost, Pacquiao still put his head high to thank all his fans around the world who prayed and supported him.

To all the fans, thank you for all your support. Thank you for always being there for me no matter what the outcome. I thank God for always guiding us through our lives. His plans are higher than our plans and His ways are higher than our ways. God Bless you all.

He ended his note with a verse from Romans 8:28 which says :
“And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.” 

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Manny Pacquiao To Donate £40m Of Fight Earnings To Charity

Manny Pacquiao is expected to donate up to half of his earnings from Saturday’s bout with Floyd Mayweather Jr to charity.


The 36 year old Filipino received over $100 million in a 60-40 purse split, with revenues believed to have soared past $400 million.

Pacquiao lost the fight to the 38-year-old Mayweather on points in a bout which fell well below its preordained tag as ‘the fight of the century’.

Pacquiao’s promoter Bob Arum told reporters before the match: “I’m sure half of what Manny earns in this fight is going to go to charity. That is just Manny. We don’t like to talk about money too much as more charities line up.”

Pacquiao is well known for his humanitarian work and it is believed that he will run for president of the Philippenes once he is finished with his time in the ring.

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Renown Boxer Manny Pacquiao: “Only Way To Salvation Is Through Jesus Christ”

The welterweight world champion has left his womanising ways behind him and he has refocused on boxing and religion.


It is disconcerting to stand a foot away from Manny Pacquiao’s soft brown eyes – which are no more than a couple of feet from his hard brown fists – and hear him say, without any apparent duplicity, that God has spoken to him personally, how he has seen “the end of time”. It would be unsettling coming from anyone. From Manny, who has boxed for a living for nearly two decades, it is tempting to wonder if he has taken one punch too many. He is, after all, not a dreamer, does not claim to be a charismatic or a prophet, and it would be a major shock had he ingested any hallucinogenic substance. He lives a particularly corporeal existence.

Nor does he claim, as some fighters have, that God is on his side. God is just, well, not as far away as he once imagined, certainly not when he was cutting loose in any nightspot that would let him in, from Manila to Los Angeles. “I have a lot of dreams and visions,” the world welterweight champion says in a voice as unthreatening as a mother’s whisper. “I even heard the voice of God. When I heard the voice of God, I am trembling and melting. I feel I have died. It was an amazing, amazing experience.

“I’m happy because I found the right way, salvation, born again. We are required to be born again, all of us. Christ said unless we are born again we cannot enter the kingdom of God. So it’s very important to me. Jesus Christ said: ‘I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.’ There is no other way. The only way is through Jesus.”


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