family sincerity

I’ve been walked on, used and forgotten and I don’t regret one moment of it because in those moments, I’ve learned a lot. I’ve learned who I can trust and can’t. I’ve learned the meaning of friendship. I’ve learned how to tell when people are lying and when they’re sincere.
Dating Klaus Mikaelson would include...
  • him calling you ‘love’ or ‘darling’
  • you being his favorite subject to draw.
  • he is actually up to behave when you get to know better but don’t expect too much.
  • being protected by not only him, but his whole family.
  • his feelings are sincere but he doesn’t want you to get involved too much.
  • forehead kisses.
  • his face being oftenly very close to you but you never kiss for the first month.
  • gentle or mad Klaus, depends what is happening right now.
  • the typical Klaus smirk and your insecurity what the hell is going through his mind.
  • possessivness.
  • he’d get very angry when his enemies are after you - he’d willingly sacrifice.
  • trusting you with Hope. 
  • no handholding, but his arm around your waist.
  • when you’re close, only you can calm him.
  • tight hugs, he needs them to calm. 
  • him waking up when you leave the bed.
  • taking walks around midnight.
  • when you call him for help, he will be there within a few minutes.
  • being called by his family whenever he has an outburst because you are the only one who calms him.
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Don’t let the Movement die. You’re the only one I can trust to keep it alive.

The Path, S01E09, A Room of One’s Own

Daily Reading:
Ruth 1:16
Daily Devo:

The Book of Ruth is a story and true account of a woman that discovers faith in God and chooses His path even though it wasn’t exactly the easiest path to follow. Her commitment to both the Lord and family was sincere and a beautiful example of faith. As we look at the characteristics Ruth possessed as she faced the unknown, we must also look at our own lives. When we feel as if we’ve been wronged and our commitment to a certain person or a certain task is in question, we must continue to be strong in the Lord and persevere, no matter how much we feel our anger or frustration is justified.

Never forget that even in the hardest times, God is not only there for you, but He is strengthening you day by day. He is peeling back the layers that you worked so hard to keep on just so you wouldn’t get hurt again. He is unpacking the doubts you’ve held onto because of the dysfunction in your childhood home or the pride you dealt with in your teen years. He is snipping away at the safety net that you’ve woven for yourself and is giving you a reason to trust Him once again. God wants to reveal Himself to you and strengthen you in the process. However, like Ruth, you have to be willing. You have to be willing to commit to your faith even though it feels like the ground is shaking beneath you. Don’t back away or give up. Keep your commitment to the Lord.
Daily Study:
Ruth 1

Today’s devotional was written by:
Morgan Harper Nichols, QWC Founder
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