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Shameless is back and so am I !

I’ve been away for quite a while now, traveling, having summer fun and working my ass off but it’s time for me to came back here for some shameless fun/rant/obsession time! I hope you guys are doing great, I missed you ! 

So here to a new season and a new year with you and that beautiful cast ! 

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[User: WitchBitch started topic ‘Ashkent Creek Maine - Blue Moon?’]

I’ve been experiencing some difficulties and irregularities with my magic since the moon crested. Wondering if any other magic users in the area have any similar problems? And do you think it’s because of the moon, and thus likely to pass?

i’ll try.

So last night as I was praying, I realized that I wasn’t giving it my “all” to God. As if I had more important things to be doing like sleeping or watching The Help. It just didn’t seem like I was even trying to pray just like the night before. And that freaked me out. The last thing I want to do is distance myself from him. It’s a horrific feeling. I felt guilty of my actions and just shut the TV off completely instead of muting it.

So I pulled out my Bible promise book that I read before I go to bed. Wednesday’s was on laziness ((*cough cough* extremely relevant)). But I found myself going back last night to read it again, because clearly I didn’t get the message. It said, “No matter how much you want it, laziness won’t help a bit, but hard work will reward you with more than enough.” {Proverbs 13:4}

We all have those nights where we just don’t feel like praying. Sometimes we try really hard or halfheartedly. But the evidence is there when we try. God doesn’t up and leave us when we fall short trying to pray. He recognizes that we trying and just the act of trying can be hard especially around busy schedules. But the power of prayer is so strong. And it can do so much for wounded hearts and tired souls. He has a purpose for each and every one of us. He doesn’t scrap it when things get rough and we don’t pray. The Bible talks about prayer all the time. “Call unto me, and I will answer thee, and show thee great and mighty things, which thou knowest not.” {Jeremiah 33:3} He urges us to pray because he intends to answer our prayers. “Evening, and morning, and at noon, will I pray, and cry aloud: and he shall hear my voice.” {Psalm 55:17}

Prayer can change us. Just thinking, “God, today is super busy, so don’t let me get ahead of what you want for me” or “I’m so worried about the ton of stuff I have to get done tomorrow. Lord, please calm my fretful heart, ease my tension, and give me rest. Amen” are prayers that are so simple and can be said with closed eyes in silence. The littlest prayers still mean the most and have the ability to change us in the little ways: step by step, inch my inch. We are not bigger than God. We cannot think that we are better off without him, because we aren’t. We are vulnerable and small and helpless. But prayer is the one wall God is always helping us grow in. It may take awhile to get used to praying everything morning or noon or night. But once we get started, we won’t want to stop. And when those rough days do come, take ‘em with ease and remind yourself that prayer is the best way to shake those rough days. God wants to listen.