four-fires:

Don’t tell people to go to church

Build such relationships with people that they desire to be at church just to be around people like you

the Gospel is about relationships, not buildings

(via takeinallthecolors)

Saying you don’t want a relationship when you’re a hopeless romantic is like saying you’re a bit peckish when in reality, you’re starving.
always

always

(Source: howlolcanyougo, via notfixed-butfound)

jannelle-o:

:D

sulfuring:

how to write poetry like a white person

  • cigarettes
  • the taste of you
  • drowning
  • save me
  • no wait save yourself
  • cigarettes
  • !!

make sure to left align and god forbid touch a capital letter

"God forbid touch a capital letter" LOL

(Source: slippier, via myhopeisjesus)

moshing-for-our-maker:

For Today//White Flag
tired of making these when they get no notes but

moshing-for-our-maker:

For Today//White Flag

tired of making these when they get no notes but

(via burning-ones-arise)

The point of Deuteronomy 6:4 is not to teach that “The LORD our God, the LORD is a mathematical singularity.” In the middle of Deuteronomy 6, that would be a bit out of the blue to say the least. Instead, Deuteronomy 6 is about God’s people having the Lord as the one object of their affections: he is the only one worthy of them, and they are to love him alone with all their heart, soul and strength (Deut 6:5). In fact, the word for “one” in Deuteronomy 6:4 really doesn’t convey “mathematical singularity” at all well. The word is also used, for example, in Genesis 2:24, where Adam and Eve - two person - are said to be one.

teach me to unlearn the ways my flesh only knows.

hi :D I'm Chic and I love you a lot <3

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