bake-me-cupcakes:

birdasaurus:

Hanna Stefansson

love this.
You will never know the fullness of Christ until you know the emptiness of everything but Christ.
-

Charles Spurgeon

(via hejk)

(Source: breanna-lynn, via kadie-jo)


Don’t equate the presence of God with a good mood or a pleasant temperament. God is near whether you are happy or not.
- Max Lucado (via godmoves)

(Source: a-restless-wind, via godmoves)



I will see you again and you will rejoice, and no one will take away your joy.
- Jesus, John 16:22 (via breanna-lynn)

(via pretty-simple)


witanddelight:

Recapping our #witanddelightfortarget launch party this week! Now on the blog.
takemetomountains:

Timshel :: “Thou Mayest” in Hebrew. 
Where humanity is not infallible and are equally capable of choosing; “thou mayest” or “thou mayest not”. It is not an order nor a promise from God to win over sin, rather it’s a man’s choice to win over sin and this choice is what makes a man a man, what differentiates him from other creatures. A bee has to make honey, there’s no choice in that, but a man has a choice in almost every action he takes in life and this is what makes man great, his ladder to the stars as Lee said,  It might be the most important word in the world. That says the way is open. That throws it right back on a man. 
Oh, the glory of choice! Choosing the course of action for your life. And so the journey continues, and we carry on. May we choose well and true. May love win.