— Oswald Chambers
— Oswald Chambers
There’s pretty much no way to be too thankful.
God will definitely send you someone that has features that you don’t like. It might not be the height issue, but it definitely will be something. And you get to figure out how to love them in spite of their imperfections, just like God loves you in spite of yours. You get to help them grow just like God helps you grow. And they will get the opportunity to learn to love you in spite of your imperfections, and help you become more like Jesus.
Don’t be materialistic and get caught up in the physical aspects of life and miss our spiritual God.
Don’t be gnostic and get so focused on the spiritual that you forget that our God made the physical world for His and our enjoyment.
My problem wasn’t with people giving their opinions. In fact, I think it’s irresponsible to be apathetic and silent about everything.
I was saying it’s not very sportsmanlike to shout out your opinion on dozens of issues and then claim not to be interested in politics. There’s another side to every issue. There are folks out there that want to complain, but avoid a two-sided discussion at all costs.
It’s a baseball team declaring victory after their first at-bat because they don’t like to be in the outfield.
I believe that it most certainly happened, and that many people believe that it still happens today.
@tony626 replied to your post “@cornbustion replied to your quote “By faith we understand that the…”
Prefer kjv… sorry
That’s ok, I forgive you. Just don’t let it happen again.
@cornbustion replied to your quote “By faith we understand that the universe was formed at God’s command,…”
Yo is this the message version or something
New International Version
Or as I like to call it: the NIV. Pronounced “niv.” Spelled just like it sounds.
— Hebrews 11
Tumblr would be a much nicer place to be if people read everything they posted and reblogged out loud first.
Kind of like this:
Shout out to the tumblr users that post “I hate politics” and then reblog 1000 extremely politically charged posts about education, welfare, gun control, affirmative action and socialism.
Shout out to those who use the excuse of hating politics to avoid researching the other side of the issue.