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I know times may be hard right now, but be confident in all that you are and all that you WILL become in life. Don’t give up on yourself.

Be patient. If something is important enough to you keep faith, because if it’s supposed to happen, it will. It will.  

i believe in love a lot for someone whose parents have each been married at least 3 times (they’re still unhappy, even now)

i put quite a bit of faith in communication for someone who spent most of their life being lied to and manipulated

i trust people quickly and completely for someone who has been abused and betrayed by the people who were supposed to protect and care for them

i have a remarkable amount of hope for someone with a variety of mental illnesses that wreck their ability to see past tomorrow

the point is, i’m still here and i still see good in the world despite all the times it’s shit on me

and i can’t tell if that’s brave or naive

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“Lemme cut you a deal. Trust me it’ll be worth your time.”

Ford likes this bar because he is allowed to openly carry his weapons and it has booths that are easy to protect. Stan likes this bar because the tables are secured underneath so no one can point a gun at him without Ford knowing. Also it has a drink that reminds Stan of beer.

@pinesinthewoods prompted me to draw some alien bar negotiations for Blind Faith AU. I wanted to challenge myself to do an actual scene, lines, everything. I love how the twins turned out

I got to the colors and realized that my coloring skills are seriously lacking so after many attempts I gave up. If you want to color this, throw me a message for the full sized picture!

Bonus: Here’s an screenshot of how I might have done the colors

He’s a silent guardian,

a watchful protector.

A dark knight.

anyways people are supporting her “right” to perform animal sacrifice, and let me just say this–she did this shit for 3 years without cleaning up the remains. it’s pretty fucking obvious to me that she gives no shits about the dignity of the ritual itself. there are quite a few different faiths that are known to practice animal sacrifice, and with many of them it’s a heavy undertaking where at least some semblance of respect is given to the process. meanwhile this bitch brags about it openly on Twitter and makes it seem like it’s not a huge deal. that’s what’s so fucked up about it.

DAY 112 of 365

If you are faithful in little things, you will be faithful in large ones. But if you are dishonest in little things, you won’t be honest with greater responsibilities.
Luke 16:10-12 (NLT)

When it comes to faithfulness in relationships, it doesn’t start at the altar on the wedding day. It doesn’t start when we get in a relationship. As followers of Jesus Christ, it starts in our hearts. Be faithful right here today, even before your big moment comes.

1. Be faithful while you’re single
I know sometimes you might be feeling like, “what’s the use?” What’s the use of praying and seeking God about your future husband when it’s been months, years, and nothing has happened. Right now I just want to encourage you that God is still preparing you. So maybe your #relationshipgoals didn’t happen in your timeline, or with the person you thought it would happen with, but you can’t let that stop you from being faithful. Don’t let that stop you from being that woman who walks into the room and is so filled Jesus people can’t help see it! When you have Jesus you are fulfilled. You are not missing pieces because you’re single. And besides, you never know what godly man is praying to meet someone just like you! And most importantly, you never know what God is preparing you for–you just need to be faithful over the little things first!

2. Be faithful while you’re in a relationship
So often times we think that being faithful is just not cheating. But for men and women who are followers of Christ, faithfulness digs deeper. We aren’t just faithful in regards to not cheating–we are faithful, constant and consistent in all areas of our lives. As a couple, be faithful in reading God’s word together. Be faithful in establishing boundaries that glorify God and holding one another accountable about being intentional. Be faithful in building each other up. All of these things are seeds you’re sowing, day in and day out, and when you do this, your relationship is getting stronger, but most importantly, your relationship with Jesus gets stronger!

Be faithful in little things! Keep sowing seeds! They WILL grow!

Biblical context + further reading: Luke 16:1-18, Gal 6:9

The Word “No” Is Important For Your Spiritual Journey

The most important word to remember for your spiritual journey may be a surprising one — no.

Your faith journey is a long one. Too many people start off well in their spiritual journey but putter out before the end. God wants you to go the distance.

You’ve got a marathon ahead of you, and you can’t run the marathon with a barbell in your hands. Often people quit their faith journey early because everything they’re carrying wears them out.

We need to de-clutter.

A cruise liner can get pretty fast in the middle of the water. If you add a hundred lifeboats to it, it’ll slow down. Plug a battery into one light bulb, and it’ll go a long way. Plug it into 15, and it drains much more quickly. Plug it into 100, and it’ll drain even more quickly.

That’s what happens to us when we try to do too much. Sometimes doing good keeps us from doing the best.

Weights aren’t bad; they’re not sinful. They’re just unnecessary. It could be a job, a relationship, or a hobby. It’s something that slows you down from what God wants from your life. And they’re not worth it.
—  Rick Warren

Day 2 of 7, Part 2 of 2, Week: 22
Weekly theme: Keeping Christ at the center of your goals

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The plans of the diligent lead to profit as surely as haste leads to poverty.
-Proverbs 21:5

My dear sister,

1. If you’re single, don’t let the desire to be in a relationship cause you to settle for just anything. Be diligent in the things of the Lord and wait for the one who is doing the same thing. Just because He’s a nice guy, that doesn’t mean that he’s the right guy for you! If he is not serious about the same things you’re serious about, and if he’s not interested in headed in the same direction as you, then it might be time to exit that texting convo and just move on!

2. Entering into a relationship with someone won’t automatically let make them change. Love is a powerful force, but falling in love with someone doesn’t automatically guarantee a perfect relationship. The reason why is because the romantic love that causes your heart to skip a beat and causes you to not want to spend a moment without that person is not going to be the kind of love that sustains the relationship in day-to-day life. Love isn’t just romance–love is patient, it is kind, it is not easily angered*. This is the kind of love that sustains a relationship, and if you desire that, you won’t just find it by dating someone. You’re going to find it by being diligent in love that comes through your relationship with Jesus Christ. And when you’re diligent about that love, you’re going to attract the kind of people in your life who are diligent pursuing that kind of love to…even when it comes to the kind of guy that will pursue you in a relationship. So focus on being diligent about the things of the Lord and the more you do this, the more the people around you (including guys!) will begin to notice that you’re not the kind of woman who will settle for just any kind of guy because she has her eyes fixed on being diligent about the things of God!


@itsmorganlife

Further reading:, *1 Corinthians 13:4-8, 1 John 4:19, 1 Corinthians 16:13-14
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Emma knows Killian did really bad things in his life, and she also knows it’s still difficult for him sometimes, but she trusts him enough to accept his flaws and forgive him, because she sees he does his best to change. She doesn’t focus on the pirate he was but on the hero he’s becoming.

anonymous asked:

I bet Emily is gonna be up for best newcomer at the BSAs. I really hope not because she is literally the worst newcomer. Personally, I think Sally Dexter should be nominated for that award because I actually quite like Faith but seeing as Emily was up for best newcomer before she even had her first episode, she'll be nominated. I really hope she doesn't win.

The pig that ran at Zak deserves best newcomer more than her. Hell…I DESERVE it more than her. She’s vile. I hope she doesn’t just lose, I hope she loses by the biggest amount. Ever. Fuck her.