our-faith

anonymous asked:

Is it normal for me as Christian to struggle with a sin? Or am I just not Christian? I don't want this sin and I pray constantly that I can be over it why is it still plaguing me?

All of us struggle with sin. The difference with unbeliever and believer is the way they deal with it. 

Christians fight to win. Unbeliever enjoy their sin without thinking about what God thinks. 

We live in a sinful world that tempts us to disobey God. Temptation is not a sin. When you give in to it that’s a sin. 

Always pray and God will help you to overcome. Don’t rely on yourself but rely on God alone. But when we sin, always remember that when we confess our sins He is faithful and just to forgive us. God bless you!

  • Sole:"I'VE LOST DOGMEAT!!!!!"
  • ...
  • Hancock:"What's Sole going on 'bot now?
  • Codsworth:"I believe sir has lost our faithful friend once again..."
  • Hancock:"Well shit."
  • Codsworth:"Shouldn't we help him look? He seems-"
  • Hancock:"Nah. Last time he throw me on a fucking roof."
  • Codsworth:"Ah, I see."
  • Hancock:"No matter what, I ain't going on a fucking dog hunt! You remember what happened last time, right? Fuckin' laded on my face... ani't happening again."
  • 10 MINTUES LATER.
  • Sole:"DO YOU SEE HIM?!"
  • Hancock:*BALANCING ON ROOFTOP* "ME AND MY BIG FUCKING MOUTH! SOLE HE-- AHH!
  • ...
  • SOLE:"LET'S KEEP LOOKING..."

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  • The elementary students at camp today.
  • Fifth Grade Boy:Girls can do anything that guys can do. They can play football, they can be presidents and kick butt! *Points to girl* If we were playing a game, I'd want her on my team!
  • Third Grade Boy:And guys can do things that girls can do. Like cooking and dancing and stuff.
  • Fourth Grade Girl:And some guys wear dresses!
  • Third Grade Boy:Really?
  • Fourth Grade Girl:Yeah!
  • Fifth Grade Boy:That's cool. I don't think I could work a dress, but that's cool that some dudes can.

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“-she goes and says something that just knocks me dead…”