• Racism
  • Devil:I did that.
  • Sexism
  • Devil:I did that.
  • Inequality
  • Devil:I did that.
  • Hatred
  • Devi:I did that.
  • Pride
  • Devil:I did that.
  • Fornication
  • Devil:I did that.
  • Disobedience
  • Devil:I did that.
  • Pain
  • Devil:I did that.
  • Saving humanity from all of the above
  • Jesus:I did that, and I'd do it again.

How To Know You’re a Lesbian

So you’re questioning, but how to be sure?! A quick and cheeky checklist to watch from our favourite YouTubers - 

A First Look At The New Adidas Yeezy 350 Boost Low

A leak of Adidas Yeezy 350 Boost Low was released today. The shoe made a bang into the fashion world at Yeezy’s season one show that resonate the Nike Roshe model.  

The high end approach to the sport market bring fabric showcasing what looks like Primeknit with suede on the back. It’s rumoured to retails at $200 with the YZY emblem on the side. A successful shoe in my opinion. 

So very excited to have Once Upon A Time star Lana Parrilla wearing Stephanie Kantis jewelry in her latest editorial feature in @bellanycmag!!! Styled by the @thestyleduo 😍😍😍 #stephaniekantis #jewelry #onceuponatime #LanaParrilla #television #actress #star #hollywood #nyc #BELLAnyc #editorial #feature #televisionshow #thestyleduo

25 Godly Dating Tips

(That I learned from every woman, young lady, and girl that I have ever encountered) Brace yourselves.

  1. If God isn’t at the center, the relationship needs to be reevaluated
  2. Dating to rival your friends is both self-serving and time wasting. 
  3. It is fine to seek attractiveness, just don’t put it before character.
  4. Guys ≠ men, men ≠ gentlemen; stop expecting one to be the other.
  5. Genuine relationships don’t start with sex. Remember that.
  6. Set some boundaries for yourself and whomever you’re with.
  7. Find a godly wife/husband/couple and ask them all the questions.
  8. Your spouse/significant other is not your life. He/she is a part of it.
  9. The Bible answers almost, if not every, relationship question ever. 
  10. Don’t allow people to give their two cents about your relationship.

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  1. Your looks take nothing from the fact that you’re wonderfully made.
  2. A sound mind leads to a sound and healthy body
  3. God looks at the inside 100% of the time.
  4. Embracing your true features is just as amazing as adding some pizazz
  5. Smiling just looks and feels better, do it often.
  6. Healthy skin begins and ends with water. Drink irresponsibly lol
  7. Cleanliness is next to godliness. Jesus was always on fleek!!
  8. Your mindset translates outwardly and inwardly.
  9. If you live off a man’s compliments, you’ll die from his criticisms.
  10. Nutrition matters. Garbage in, garbage out. 

And then some…

I have been awaiting TrueGrace’s post this entire week. She is my mentor, but I don’t know, I kind of felt like this week’s post was for me. And indeed, it was! It was about beauty, something that many of us struggle with daily. Interestingly enough, I have been breaking out and my skin has looked more disgusting than usual. I was inspired by her post to come up with the list for today. Beauty magazines portray images of people who don’t exist. Let me repeat that, beauty magazines portray images of people who don’t exist. When you compare yourself to J. Lo or Beyonce on the cover a magazine, you are comparing yourself to a figment of someone’s imagination. 

God has created you in His own special way for your own special purpose. Isn’t that beautiful? God knows why he created you the way he did, and therefore, you should be content in knowing that a perfect God made you - a living, breathing, beautiful you! I know it is hard sometimes to accept this, especially as females. Guys fawn over young women who reveal themselves solely to get attention or wear makeup solely to get attention. Instead of envying these women, pray for them. Perhaps they are struggling with what you are struggling with and comparing themselves to someone else. Just pray for them and also pray for the guys to exude self control and discipline. 

Tonight I would like to say this prayer: Dear God, Thank you for making me the way I am. I am so grateful for my flaws, all one million of them, but I am more grateful for your grace, abundant and pure. Please allow me to be content in your plans for me. In Jesus’ name, Amen

Make sure you check out TrueGrace’s amazing post about Beauty