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Growing a little bit every day. Here are just some thoughts as I walk through life with Christ. <3
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seasonsmakehappy:

Be still, my heart. Be still.
He is greater than all your battles. 
Do not be afraid. 
Let it be. 
Trust Him. 
Have peace.

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hecallsmelovely:

(by Brittney Borowski)

hecallsmelovely:

(by Brittney Borowski)

3 months ago 3,253 notes ©
Don’t shine so others can see you. Shine so that, through you, others can see Him.
— C.S.Lewis (via cureformylandlockedblues) —
4 months ago 10,174 notes ©
eeella:

Afternoon type - based on Bethel Music’s ‘It is well’. Go check out the album, it’s beautiful.
http://www.relevantmagazine.com/the-drop/you-make-me-brave

eeella:

Afternoon type - based on Bethel Music’s ‘It is well’. Go check out the album, it’s beautiful.

http://www.relevantmagazine.com/the-drop/you-make-me-brave

5 months ago 4,857 notes ©
spiritualinspiration:

" Let this same attitude and purpose and [humble] mind be in you that was in Christ Jesus: [Let Him be your example in humility:]" (Philippians 2:5, AMP). 
 When you reflect something, you are exhibiting its likeness. You are displaying its characteristics. Like a mirror, the Bible tells us that we should reflect the character and likeness of Jesus. We should have His same attitude.
That may sound like a pretty tall order; after all, Jesus was the Son of God. But remember, when we accept Him as our Lord and Savior, we become sons and daughters of the Most High God, too. We become empowered by the same Spirit that raised Christ from the dead. That means we have the same spirit of humility—the same strength, the same love, and the same power on the inside. We are equipped to follow His example and do what He did. What did He do? The scripture says that Jesus walked the earth. He went around doing good and bringing healing to others; physically, spiritually and emotionally.
Notice that today’s verse starts by saying, “Let…” See, we have to open the door for God to work in our attitudes and actions. We have to be the ones to invite Him in. When we open our hearts and minds to Him, we will reflect Him in our attitudes and actions. Just like Jesus, we’ll bring good to others and reap an abundant harvest of blessing in every area in return.

spiritualinspiration:

" Let this same attitude and purpose and [humble] mind be in you that was in Christ Jesus: [Let Him be your example in humility:]" (Philippians 2:5, AMP). 


When you reflect something, you are exhibiting its likeness. You are displaying its characteristics. Like a mirror, the Bible tells us that we should reflect the character and likeness of Jesus. We should have His same attitude.

That may sound like a pretty tall order; after all, Jesus was the Son of God. But remember, when we accept Him as our Lord and Savior, we become sons and daughters of the Most High God, too. We become empowered by the same Spirit that raised Christ from the dead. That means we have the same spirit of humility—the same strength, the same love, and the same power on the inside. We are equipped to follow His example and do what He did. What did He do? The scripture says that Jesus walked the earth. He went around doing good and bringing healing to others; physically, spiritually and emotionally.

Notice that today’s verse starts by saying, “Let…” See, we have to open the door for God to work in our attitudes and actions. We have to be the ones to invite Him in. When we open our hearts and minds to Him, we will reflect Him in our attitudes and actions. Just like Jesus, we’ll bring good to others and reap an abundant harvest of blessing in every area in return.

7 months ago 3,232 notes ©
the-worship-project:

Beautiful Things - Michael + Lisa Gungor (WorshipTogether) [ 2009 ]
From the album “Beautiful Things” by Gungor
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the-worship-project:

Beautiful Things - Michael + Lisa Gungor (WorshipTogether) [ 2009 ]

From the album “Beautiful Things” by Gungor

333 / 365

*Click here to view the complete “365 Worship Project!”

8 months ago 3,206 notes ©
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