April 11, 2014


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April 10, 2014


hollowtowers:

Going to church is great, but being the church is wildly more important.

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repeat from strange murmurings.

April 2, 2014


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April 1, 2014


oksanarad:

God <3 on We Heart Ithttp://weheartit.com/entry/102215994/via/rida_ch

oksanarad:

God <3 on We Heart It
http://weheartit.com/entry/102215994/via/rida_ch

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Here’s what I’ve learned about choosing the things of God.

I’ve noticed that after I disciple a young kid and see his eyes light up from the truth of the Bible, I can’t go back to how I was. It’s too good to give up. After I serve food at the homeless ministry, after I volunteer at a retreat, after I go on a mission trip, after I serve at an orphanage or a prison or the projects — the attraction of sin loses its grip on me.

Because the things of God are so much brighter and bigger and deeper than the things of this world. This is what Thomas Chalmers called the Expulsive Power of a New Affection.

Ever notice that after the gym, you’re too tired to fight anyone? Ever notice that after a healthy meal, you’re much less willing to eat a bag of Cheetos? And whether you “feel like” going to the gym or eating healthy, you choose it anyway: because not only is the alternative bad for you, but it makes the alternative less attractive.

Sometimes people wait to “feel right with God” to go serve Him. You don’t have to wait. You don’t have to be qualified or clean or deserving to serve. Your choices change your heart just as much as your heart changes your choices. What you do comes out of who you are, but who you are also comes out of what you do.

J.S. from this post (via jspark3000)

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Reblog if you’re willing to answer publicly anything that comes to your ask box right now.

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repeat from Kamryyy

March 27, 2014


Who am I?

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repeat from Dreams and feathers
http://yearoftheflood.tumblr.com/post/79003967188/i-think-one-of-the-hardest-parts-about-being-in

yearoftheflood:

I think one of the hardest parts about being in your twenties (for me anyways) is this burning desire to figure out who you while simultaneously knowing you’re always changing, always evolving and having the notion of who you are being measured against who you want to be while living in an unfair,…

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