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This world is not my home, I'm just passing through. ☂
Aug 16 '13
littlethingsaboutgod:

Run the race with endurance. Do not give up.

littlethingsaboutgod:

Run the race with endurance. Do not give up.

(Source: year-33)

Aug 10 '13
Aug 3 '13
"… There are different stages of the whole guy/girl process … But, very simply, stop and just realize that we are already made for one another. What I mean is this: God made us incomplete. Our differences compliment each other.
… Guys are not always gentle. If there were only guys on earth, then there would be a lot more angry stuff going on. We would smack each other a lot more, be less sensitive, and so on. What I mean is that a girl is sometimes the natural reminder that we need to be gentle, respectful, sensitive, and caring. It’s almost like a girl reminds us of the grace of God without us consciously knowing it.
God has the incredibly rough, tough, grungy, brute strength that we can recognize when boys are wrestling in the dirt. But he is also an unbelievably kind, sensitive, graceful, and calming God, which are qualities that we often think of as more feminine. I’m just generalizing here, so don’t get the impression I’m saying that girls only have these traits or that guys just like to fight. I’m simply giving you a few examples of our differences here as food for thought. I’m sure girls wrestle in the dirt too… so if you’re a girl and you like dirt, more power to you.
And no matter what you like or dislike, what your strengths or weaknesses are, whether you’d rather spend an afternoon reading a great book, hanging out with friends, or playing basketball, or all three, the most important thing is to embrace who you are and to value how God made you."
Chad Eastham, ”Guys Like Girls Who…"   (via glittergummikitties)
Aug 1 '13

(Source: bloodsavedus)

Jul 30 '13
spiritualinspiration:

Wait With Patience by Joyce Meyer
We spend a lot of time in our lives waiting because change is a process. Many people want change, but they don’t want to go through the waiting process. But the truth is, waiting is a given—we are going to wait. The question is, are we going to wait the wrong or right way? If we wait the wrong way, we’ll be miserable; but if we decide to wait God’s way, we can become patient and enjoy the wait. It takes practice, but as we let God help us in each situation, we develop patience, which is one of the most important Christian virtues. Patience is a fruit of the Spirit (see Galatians 5:22). It’s developed only under trial, so we must not run from difficult situations. But let endurance and steadfastness and patience have full play and do a thorough work, so that you may be [people] perfectly and fully developed [with no defects], lacking in nothing (James 1:4).
As we develop patience, the Bible says we finally feel completely satisfied—lacking nothing. Even our relationship with God involves progressive changes. My relationship with God is so much different now than it was in the early days of my Christian experience. It is not nearly as emotionally exciting…and yet it is better. Every change I’ve gone through has made me more mature, solid and well-grounded. We learn to trust God by going through many experiences that require trust. By seeing God’s faithfulness over and over, we let go of trusting ourselves, and gradually we place our trust in Him. Looking at it like this, it is easy to see how timing plays an important part in learning to trust God. If He did everything we asked for immediately, we would never grow and develop. Timing and trust work side by side.

spiritualinspiration:

Wait With Patience
by Joyce Meyer

We spend a lot of time in our lives waiting because change is a process. Many people want change, but they don’t want to go through the waiting process. But the truth is, waiting is a given—we are going to wait. The question is, are we going to wait the wrong or right way? If we wait the wrong way, we’ll be miserable; but if we decide to wait God’s way, we can become patient and enjoy the wait. It takes practice, but as we let God help us in each situation, we develop patience, which is one of the most important Christian virtues. Patience is a fruit of the Spirit (see Galatians 5:22). It’s developed only under trial, so we must not run from difficult situations. But let endurance and steadfastness and patience have full play and do a thorough work, so that you may be [people] perfectly and fully developed [with no defects], lacking in nothing (James 1:4).

As we develop patience, the Bible says we finally feel completely satisfied—lacking nothing. Even our relationship with God involves progressive changes. My relationship with God is so much different now than it was in the early days of my Christian experience. It is not nearly as emotionally exciting…and yet it is better. Every change I’ve gone through has made me more mature, solid and well-grounded. We learn to trust God by going through many experiences that require trust. By seeing God’s faithfulness over and over, we let go of trusting ourselves, and gradually we place our trust in Him. Looking at it like this, it is easy to see how timing plays an important part in learning to trust God. If He did everything we asked for immediately, we would never grow and develop. Timing and trust work side by side.

Jul 29 '13

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Jul 27 '13

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Jul 19 '13

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Jul 17 '13

glittergummikitties:

An ounce of kawaii doesn’t make up for a pound of toxicity…  Pursuing righteousness means you have to give up certain detrimental things, even if they’re fun or pretty or make you laugh.

Jul 5 '13