1. “So a angel huh!”
2. “That’s gotta be fun.”
3. “ Why are you wearing my bra.”
4. “So I see your rocking that baby daddy attitude already.”
5. “So a daddy kink, that’s hot.”
6. “I will burn the heart out of you.”
7. “Sleep with one eye open.”
8. “Your a bitch.”
9. “True, but I’m not your bitch.”
10. “My milkshake brings all the boys to the yard.”
13. “I’m warning you get that healthy shit away from me.”
15. “My spirit animal is Lucifer.”
16. “He’s sassy and sarcastic.”
17. “What size is your dick.”
18. “Nope, nope, nope, nope, nope.”
19. “Not answering that.
20. “Are you watching cartoons?”
21. “Your a hacker.”
22. “Yes I do.”
23. “Just kiss me dork.”
24. “Cuddle me.”
It’s my favourite time of the year! This month means my birthday, autumn, school holidays and meeting Richard Harmon, Daniel Sharman and Sachin Sahel (AND MORE) ✿ So now that I’m on break, and whilst i’m at peak happiness for the year, I wanted do a bunch of activities with you guys!
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do you find it contradictory to follow the bible but then be accepting of gays?
because i am called as a Christian to love everyone. God loves everyone. so who am i to not accept someone who God accepts? it says in the bible in 1 John 4:7-8 “Beloved, let us love one another, for love is from God, and whoever loves has been born of God and knows God. Anyone who does not love does not know God, because God is love.” so it would be contradictory for me to be a Christian and not accept everyone.
“And so we know and rely on the love God has for us. God is love…”
—1 John 4:16
Don’t rely on a text message from a guy in order to feel good about your day. Rely on the love that comes from the Lord. Let Him be the one who makes your day.
Even once you’re in a relationship, the same applies: a love letter, a romantic dinner, an embrace—whatever ti is that makes you feel loved, remember first and foremost that love comes from God. There isn’t a text you can receive, a date you can go on, or even a person you can marry that can override the beautiful truth that love comes from God.
Perhaps you’re saying “well, I just want a boyfriend” or “I just want to be married.” There’s nothing wrong with wanting to be in a relationship, but while you’re waiting on that, work on learning to rely on the love of God more than ever before.
Work on your heart! Work on being able to:
1. Be content with where God has you, even when you feel like time is passing you by
2. Not feel like you’re less interesting or less attractive than your friends who are in relationships
3. See past a guy’s looks or personality and paying more attention to his pursuit of the Lord
4. Not compare yourself to other people your age and what they have (or) are currently doing
5. Rely on the love of God more than you rely on anyone or anything else.
At times, you might feel like your heart is heavy and there’s no hope for the things you desire. However, as a child of God, you have to know that you have NOT been abandoned by God. He might work on your timeline, or society’s timeline, but His timeline for everything is perfect and He WILL provide for you! Why? Because He loves you. Don’t let the enemy steal any moment of tonight, this weekend, this month or this year, causing you to think that you’re missing some important link in your life because of what you don’t have yet.
Know that you are LOVED by the Creator of the Universe. Let this beautiful truth not only sustain you, but propel you to make the most of the life God has given you on this very day,
1 John 4:7-21, Deuteronomy 7:9, Proverbs 8:17
What do you think about the decision that gay marriage is now legal in all states? I have been praying about it and hope God will help us reverse this.
I usually don’t answer these kinds of questions, simply because people like to debate and argue over the subject and I’m not about that.
I don’t agree with the decision that’s been made concerning gay marriage, and that’s my choice. It goes against what is written in the Bible. However, we as Christians need to remember that we are living in a fallen world. This world isn’t and can never be perfect. This gives us an opportunity to show God’s love and be a light in the midst of darkness. It does not give people an excuse to hate, condemn, or bash on the lgbt community. So even though I don’t agree with the new law, I’ll still love them like I always have. I’ll pray for them, and I’ll continue to share the message of salvation. The only thing that concerns me now is that our pastors are being put in a difficult situation. Gay couples are going to be reaching out to pastors and other ordained ministers to marry them, but that goes against their belief. But yea, my motto right now is to love everyone how Jesus loves everyone.
1 John 4:7-8 “Dear friends, let us love one another, for love comes from God. Everyone who loves has been born of God and knows God. Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love.”