and the glory of god



1. Princes of the Universe – Queen
2. Emperor – PL4YFIELDS, Cryjaxx, Anxious, Rosendale
3. Castle – Halsey
4. Underdog – Imagine Dragons
5. Runnin’ – Adam Lambert
6. Donatella – Lady Gaga
7. I’m A Wanted Man – Royal Deluxe
8. Exile – Slayer
9. Million Dollar Man – Lana Del Rey
10. Call Me Devil – Friends In Tokyo
11. Mama – My Chemical Romance
12. Renegade – Styx
13. Kill The King – Megadeth
14. Emperor’s New Clothes – Panic! at the Disco
15. Centuries – Fall Out Boy
16. Kill All Your Friends – My Chemical Romance
17. A Prince – Jorja Smith
18. Evil Ways (Justice Mix) – Blues Saraceno
19. Glory And Gore – Lorde
20. Exiled – Judas Priest
21. Icarus – Bastille
22. Save Me – Globus

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On days when you think you can’t go on, know that when your strength fails, God’s grace prevails.
Two Types of Fans

Type 1: These are my precious children and I love them so. They’re kinda quirky and a little silly, but I love them anyway.


Alternatively, Type 3: I shall call him squishy, and he shall be mine, and he shall be my squishy.

Gods of Hour of Devastation in D&D: The Scorpion God

It’s prerelease weekend, so to celebrate I’m designing rules for the three stolen gods, starting with the Scorpion God this weekend, and the Locust and Scarab gods in a double-post for release weekend!

A Stolen God. When Nicol Bolas first arrived on Amonkhet, his victory over the gods was swift and brutal. With Amonkhet claimed as his own, Bolas re-purposed the gods to do his bidding. While he kept 5 in Naktamun to run the society he had rebuilt, the other three were kept out of the city in preparation for his return. The Scorpion God was one of these three stolen gods, which Nicol Bolas corrupted and remoulded into a horror worthy to kill its siblings.

The First to Emerge. As the Luxa ran red, and Hour of Revelation Ended, the Hour of Glory began with the emergence of the three stolen gods. The Scorpion God was the first to break from its sarcophagus in the necropolis, the first to cross through the gate to the afterlife and into Naktamun, and the first to attack, silent but for a droning chittering. It was the first sight that many of the people of Naktamun had of what was to come as the hours continued.

God killer. Rhonas. Kefnet. Oketra. For other gods of Amonkhet, the Scorpion God’s arrival meant death, for within the course of hours, the Scorpion God felled three other gods. The Scorpion god is far larger and stronger than its forgotten brethren, and as a result, other gods pose little challenge to it.

The Scorpion God’s statblock was based arounnd some of D&D’s biggest monsters, most specifically the Empyrean and Tarrasque. I mean hey, the Scorpion god is massive and also a god. I gave it some legendary abilities and actions to make it an especially formidable combatant; the legendary Grapple action is based directly on how The Scorpion God kills Rhonas. To mirror the card’s ability to return to its owner’s hand once killed, I designed the “Rise Eternal” ability, allowing its return in a similar manner (so that it rises eternally). Finally, to add on to its main attacks, the “God-killer” ability allows it to deal massive damage to other gods and godlike creatures; against a god such as Rhonas, the average damage output from its multiattack comes in at a whopping 314 damage (112 slashing, 46 piercing, and 156 poison damage). 

As mentioned earlier, next weekend, I’ll be posting designs for both The Locust God and The Scarab God, completing Nicol Bolas’ trio of corrupted gods. Until then, I hope you all have a fantastic prerelease, and unleash your own corrupted gods for victory across the table! Good luck, and my you draw well! After all, the God Pharaoh has returned…

Worship is not a duty nor an obligation; worship is the response of a thankful heart for everything God has done.
To all the girls waiting for the right guy

Girl, I know it’s hard to wait. I know it’s so hard to face rejection after rejection, the fear of never finding the right guy. But the right guy is worth waiting for. Stop settling for guys who don’t wholeheartedly follow Jesus. Stop dating guys who are “good” but do not follow Jesus, who do not bring you closer to Him.

If a guy doesn’t follow Jesus, he cannot love you right.

He can treat you great but if he has no desire to grow closer to Jesus, he won’t be good to you in the long run. If he doesn’t believe in Jesus, you should not be dating him at all. Yes, he might be okay with you being a believer but if he is not, he will not be able to encourage you or challenge your or call you out when you sin. He might be okay with your faith now but he will also be okay with your sin. You don’t want that. You want someone who challenges you to correct your ways. Someone who reads the Bible with you, grows closer to Jesus with you and prays with and for you.

If you find yourself saying “I know he’s not (perfect/patient/humble/faithful/growing closer to Jesus) right now but it will get better” – please, don’t believe yourself. You are worth more than that. You are worthy of a guy who honors you and respects you above all else. You are worthy of a guy who will challenge himself to become better so that he can love you right right now, not in the future.

Because you will do just the same for the right guy. You will see your flaws and you will want to grow, become better so that you will love him rightly. You will give him your heart, your time, your everything – just to be with him and to make him happy.

You were not created to be married, you were created to honor Jesus and to fellowship with Him. Girl, singleness is not a curse. You are not single because God doesn’t love your or because He is punishing you. So it might be that it will take weeks, months or years before the right guy comes along – because God wants to use you as you are right now for His glory. Don’t rush the process. See what God has for you in this season of singleness and make the most of serving Him, as you have freedom with your life right now. You can do amazing things, and you do not need a guy to do all that.