Have right doctrine in the head, and then set the soul on fire, and you will soon win the world.
— Charles Spurgeon
The gift of tongues is a great and glorious gift of God (if used appropriately), but the same is true of, say, the gift of intelligence (with the same proviso) and the gift of administration.
— Albert Wolters in Creation Regained
  • Spoiler: God wins.
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Don’t live the same year 75 times and call it a life.

Robin Sharma  (via thatkindofwoman)

Thank you.

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breakinq:

following back heaps♡

breakinq:

following back heaps♡

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I’m 23 and I’ve written far more sermons than I could count… I guess that’s kinda cool… My youth pastoring job provides some awesome opportunities and experience

deltondoucet:

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peterdwebb:

All attempts to fix society outside if the Kingdom of God will fail. You can’t change people relying only on raising awareness, debate, reform, legislation or activism.

True change requires prayer, repentance, humility and obedience to God.

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breathtakingdestinations:

Cape Bailey - New South Wales - Australia (von aussiegall)

breathtakingdestinations:

Cape Bailey - New South Wales - Australia (von aussiegall)

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simpleawakening said: What an unexpected blessing - God provides! I'll keep praying for your other requests. He is faithful. You're thought of and prayed for today, friend.

Thank you so much. Feel free to let me know if you need prayer for anything as well

Reading small portions of the Bible without exegeting, praying, or/and meditating through them is like driving to the beach to wet your feet for a few minutes and then leaving.

We don’t even have money for food and my mom still won’t let me take the car to apply for jobs.

I don’t get this.

Is there some reason that this makes more sense than I think it does?

Is it just me that thinks this is mind-blowing-ly unreasonable?

The unbeliever is not merely sometimes, but always and in his every endeavor a covenant breaker.
— Cornelius Van Til (via revelation19)
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