Magnus canonically owns an axe that can cut through an entire tree in one swing and is multiclassing as a rogue but he never mentions those as his strong points, its always “rustic charm” this or “animal handling proficiency” that like the man puts more weight on his knowledge about vehicles or building a chair than he does on the fact he tied himself to a moving train and saved several thousand people
I spent my Thursday afternoon with a friend to prepare our grammar presentation. Presentation that I properly finished writing down this morning. Everything’s ready for our oral exam, slash 50% of our grade, for week seven. (Because week six is break week.) Anyways, I couldn’t resist, while running errands with Mum, to this Aloe plant. I named her Billy. (I didn’t have any plants at my parents anymore since I brought them all at uni with me.) I didn’t do much today, lots of reading with my latest novel (Adam Silvera’s History is all you left me) and prepared my notes for my linguistics exam (because linguistics doesn’t count as work, right?).
And when I wake up, You are still with me! Psalm 139:18 What a wonderful promise to wake up to! That God is near, we’re not alone anymore. It means He will guide and shepherd us through the various situations we may find ourselves in; When you wake up in the morning, God is there to love and prepare you. When you go about your day, God is there for you, desiring to empower you. When you lie down at night, God is there to give you rest and peace. Spend time today in prayer renewing your mind to the promise of God’s presence and letting His nearness become your source of courage, strength and rest.
“once upon a time, in a kingdom not so far away, there lived a prince, who fell in love, hopelessly head over heels, with a baker, and together they danced, until the dawn, all through the day, into the dusk, with the sun and moon, and even the rain, into happily ever after.”
I spent my morning at the library working on my Gothic essay. I’m just going to leave it there and rewrite it in a few days to correct my phrasing and such. I also did my abs session, finished Stranger Things, started Beyond Stranger Things, prepared my rhetorical argument analysis, and oh, cardio session in an hour!
Who is a God like You, who pardons sins and forgives the transgressions of Your people? You do not stay angry forever but delight in showing mercy. (Micah 7:18-19) Sometimes we believe we’ve finally done it—we’ve failed God so badly that He’ll never forgive us. But God tells us over and over that His mercy is much bigger than our worst mistake. God doesn’t want anyone to sin, but He knows we will. That’s why He provided a way for us to have complete forgiveness through His son Jesus Christ. The Bible says He delights in showing us mercy. We sometimes wonder if God can really forgive, remember that God will always forgive us when we sincerely repent ask for His forgiveness.