and made me drown in how amazing it is

Agreeing with God

by Joyce Meyer - posted January 25, 2017

Fight the good fight of the faith; lay hold of the eternal life to which you were summoned and [for which] you confessed the good confession [of faith] before many witnesses.
—1 Timothy 6:12

Take a step of faith and no matter how you feel, agree with God that He loves you. You are wonderfully made and have many talents and strengths. You are valuable, and as a believer in Jesus, you are the righteousness of God in Him. You have rightness before God instead of wrongness—be thankful for that amazing gift!

Begin to speak out against feelings of insecurity and say, “I belong to God and He loves me!” (see Ephesians 2:10). We believe more of what we hear ourselves say than what others say, so start saying something good and drown out the other voices that condemn you.

Fight for yourself! Fight the good fight of faith and refuse to live below the level at which Jesus wants you to live. His kingdom is righteousness, peace, and joy (see Romans 14:17). Don’t settle for anything less.

Prayer of Thanks: I thank You, Father, that I can boldly declare in faith who I am in Christ. Thank You that You created me as one of a kind and You love me dearly. Today, I choose to believe that I am Your workmanship.

anonymous asked:

would you rather fuck taehyung or hoseok

Well, am I allowed to say both? 😅 Because damn they both so fine! I don’t think I could possibly choose? They both seem like they’d know how to please their partner to ridiculously amazing standard without even trying – Tae gives off that general vibe that he can be good at pretty much everything, and Hobi, damn have you seen the way he moves his body? I’m so thirsty for VHope and man has this ask just made me need to go drown in a bucket of holy water? 🔥🌊 (that’s me sadly attempting to put out the fire btw 😅)

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mooni33  asked:

I was never good at talking in words But somethings just have to be heard When i find myself drowning in doubt I take a look at what your poems are about I bet you hear this all the time You're so great and amazing This is not a lie Your words give me hope When i have none left And theres been multiple times where you have saved me from death i wanted you to know how much talent you have. Im not that good at talking to people but i just had to tell you lol. -Moonie 👽

Honestly this might be the loveliest message I’ve ever received, I’m so glad something saved you and if that was my poems then I’m even happier that I could keep you here, don’t give up okay?? Stay strong, you’re fantastic. Thank you so much 💕✨

I know not everyone is on the same page in ideologies but this is something that I believe most classical musicians share

I just had a moment of mental weakness and it came out of nowhere. Intrusive thoughts and crushing self loathing came out of nowhere (like I’m currently in the car with fam and I wanted to cry but couldn’t).
I wanted to drown out the world for a bit and I almost played MCR (b/c I’ve gotten into them all over again this week) but I decided to play my choral/orchestra piece playlist.
I’m so glad I did.
I remembered how healing music can be. I’ve always known, but it never fails to amaze me. It played the TMEA 2015 Women’s Choir performance of Erik Esenvalds’ Northern Lights and made myself meditate to it. Now I’m trying not to cry b/c this inexplicable emotion came over me. One of the many feelings that choral pieces can make me feel, but I can never pin point what they are. I however can describe it as this yearning for the amazing in the world, I felt wonder seep back into my body with every chord and passing phrase those girls sang. This yearning to continue living and continue to experience this feeling with music keeps me going to say the least. This was followed by the Baylor A Capella choir’s TMEA 2014 performance of Serenity (O Magnum Mysterium) by Ola Gjielo. Every new composition and setting of this universally known sacred text has never let me down but this is one of the stand outs and especially this performance of it. (Some background: I’m loosing touch with my catholic faith but I am fighting for my relationship with God and music has been an amazing medium for that) and this piece reinstated how music, and the moments of emotional climactic ecstasy it can create within me, are the closest I’ve ever felt to this sense of grace and release and mental/emotional freedom. And music has always been the thing to allow this. And I kinda thank God for that. So thankful.

If you read this I know it was long but I just needed to write this down. Tell me if I resonated with you in any way!