2.17 heart

Just saw 2x17… and the ending? Killed me. Why?
*rubs hands with glee, preparing to let it frigging loose*

Ok so listen up.

You can see just how much Dean loves Sam because it’s killing Dean to see how much it hurts Sam to kill Madison - so much that he shucking sheds. A. Tear.

Do you realize how emotional that scene was?! (Yeah I know y'all do but I’m just ranting here lol… - and kudos to Jensen!!! omg even now he cried from his left eye and -wasn’t there a post about tears that begin from the right eye is equivalent to happiness whereas from the left it’s sadness and usually we see actors shedding tears starting from their right eyes but Jensen, all the time he does it from his left eye and there was an interview or something about how it’s easy for him because he actually thinks about Jared getting hurt and he can’t bear that thought hence the true tears which - omg kill me now)

And then. He fricking. Flinches. When we hear Sam shoot Madison.
Dean flinches. So bad. A guy, who was raised to become immune to the sounds of gunfire. Flinches. When he hears Sam killing a girl he really liked after Sarah and Jess

Meet our Mexican Hot Chocolate Hearts - these are in this weeks stoner snack box

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Fic Flashback

No but seriously, Neal laughing when Emma asks him to not break Henry’s heart like he did with her?? AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARGH! 

anonymous asked:

Do you think that cursing is a sin?/ what is your opinion on it?

AH! One of my biggest sins I personally struggle with. And it’s SO hard because it gives off the opposite appearance  i want to show as a Christian!  

he Bible makes this abundantly clear. Ephesians 4:29tells us, “Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen.”

Everything that we say should have a positive purpose! 

Sin is a condition of the heart, the mind, and “the inner man” (Romans 7:22), which is manifested in our thoughts, actions and words. When we swear and curse, we are giving evidence of the polluting sin in our hearts that must be confessed and repented of. Thankfully, our great God is “faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness” (1 John 1:9). When this happens, we receive a new nature from God (2 Corinthians 5:17), our hearts are transformed, and our speech reflects the new nature God has created within us.

anonymous asked:

do you have anything on cussing? I can't figure out what the bible says, I'm very confused. is it a sin?? (sorry if you have said anything on this topic before, I'm knew here!! also I'm very thankful for your blog)

Ah! This is close to my heart! When I am around certain friends, I tend to cuss! SUCH a bad habit! Def one of the sins I struggle with

The Bible makes this abundantly clear.Ephesians 4:29tells us, “Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen.”

Sin is a condition of the heart, the mind, and “the inner man” (Romans 7:22), which is manifested in our thoughts, actions and words. When we swear and curse, we are giving evidence of the polluting sin in our hearts that must be confessed and repented of. Thankfully, our great God is “faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness” (1 John 1:9). When this happens, we receive a new nature from God (2 Corinthians 5:17), our hearts are transformed, and our speech reflects the new nature God has created within us.