In deed and truth

“It’s one thing to come to God because you have a need. It’s another thing to know that your real need is knowing Him.”
— Todd White (via sonofhislove)

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If we do what we do to glorify God we won’t be afraid of what people think because we’re not doing it to receive praise from men, but to give honor to our Father.

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“Falling in love is not the only adventure worthy of a young woman.”
— Caitlin Stasey (via kvtes)

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“The beauty of the Gospel of Jesus Christ is not that by following Him, we get what we want. Gosh, you don’t want most of what you want. And if God were to give them to you, it’d be cruel of Him. The good news of the Gospel of Jesus Christ is regardless of our circumstances, we get God and He’ll be enough. That on the day of trouble, we cry out, and we will hear, “Here I am.””
— Matt Chandler, Grace Made Visible: Eyes to See 6/15/14 (via strength-dignity)

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“If He calls us to slay giants, He will make us into giant slayers.”
— Christine Caine

God doesn’t call the qualified. He qualifies the called. (via cattedrali)

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“No weapon formed against you will prosper. But make no mistake, the weapon will be formed.”
— Christine Caine  (via littlethingsaboutgod)

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I like that the words “knit” and “woven” are used in Psalm 139. You were not simply spoken into existence as God did with the earth. You have been hand crafted and beautifully put together. God spent time making you who you are. And there is nothing worthless about you.

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“When you talk, you are repeating what you already know. But if you listen, you may learn something new.” (via thedailypozitive)
“There is nothing wrong with loving the crap out of everything. Negative people find their walls. So never apologize for your enthusiasm. Never. Ever. Never.”
— Ryan Adams (via psych-facts)

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