• Jul
    30
    2014

  • bunnyfood:

    This guy.

    (Source: iammyurl)

    Jul
    29
    2014

  • the shade in this photo set could cause an eclipse

    Jul
    29
    2014

  • mxtori:

    businessinsider:

    7 QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK AT THE END OF EVERY JOB INTERVIEW.

    Click here to find out why these questions help you.

    This is so important!

    I never know what to ask and end up looking like a fool cause I don’t have a question prepared.

    Don’t be me.

    Jul
    29
    2014

  • darknessbloodyshadow123:

    cloudsinmycoffee9:

    this is literally the greatest subtitling job that has ever been done. someone learned how to speak cat.

    *laughs irl*

    (Source: iraffiruse)

    Jul
    28
    2014
  • Jul
    27
    2014
  • color-movement:

Unbalanced Relationships (#cmdevo #lovenotes)
Read Ephesians 5:5-10Considering our dating world has changed so much since Biblical times, it can sometimes be hard to discern if God’s instructions to dating still apply. The truth is, they are just as relevant now as they were then. Most readily available is what he says about marriage - while sex is obviously left to the bounds of marriage, many of the relationship dynamics in a marriage should also occur in a dating relationship. Dating is about finding the proper person to marry, so it is important that any man you date treats you with as much respect as you’d demand of your husband.Even more simply than that, Paul tells us in Ephesians to not become partners with anyone who is “sexually immoral or impure, or who is covetous (that is, an idolater), [he] has no inheritance in the kingdom of Christ and God,” (verse 5). At the very least, any man you date must be a Christian. Not simply a man who attends church with his parents and claims to be Christian, but a man who has surrendered himself to God. If you date men who do not believe in God, you’ll enter an unbalanced relationship. If you care about the man and want to bring him to God, do it without the complications of a romantic relationship. It won’t be healthy for them to go through the acts of being a Christian to gain your love. If you have no intention of helping them build a relationship with God, then you are not good for them and they are not good for you.This does not mean that Christians should shut themselves off from every non-Christian; throughout the Bible we’re commanded to do just the opposite. The difference in this type of relationship is that marriage was designed to allow a man and woman to more completely reflect the image of God. A good marriage should bring each partner closer to God as the relationship grows. Dating is designed to find the proper marital partner, thus to date someone who does not share the same values as you negates the purpose of dating all together.Carefully consider the values of anyone you let this close to your heart and make sure any relationship you enter is one that places God at the center. 
 

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Devotional Series: Love Notesby the Color Movement  (#cmdevo #lovenotes)

Posted by: Katlyn // Personal //  Color Movement

    color-movement:

    Unbalanced Relationships (#cmdevo #lovenotes)

    Read Ephesians 5:5-10

    Considering our dating world has changed so much since Biblical times, it can sometimes be hard to discern if God’s instructions to dating still apply. The truth is, they are just as relevant now as they were then. Most readily available is what he says about marriage - while sex is obviously left to the bounds of marriage, many of the relationship dynamics in a marriage should also occur in a dating relationship. Dating is about finding the proper person to marry, so it is important that any man you date treats you with as much respect as you’d demand of your husband.

    Even more simply than that, Paul tells us in Ephesians to not become partners with anyone who is “sexually immoral or impure, or who is covetous (that is, an idolater), [he] has no inheritance in the kingdom of Christ and God,” (verse 5). At the very least, any man you date must be a Christian. Not simply a man who attends church with his parents and claims to be Christian, but a man who has surrendered himself to God. If you date men who do not believe in God, you’ll enter an unbalanced relationship. If you care about the man and want to bring him to God, do it without the complications of a romantic relationship. It won’t be healthy for them to go through the acts of being a Christian to gain your love. If you have no intention of helping them build a relationship with God, then you are not good for them and they are not good for you.

    This does not mean that Christians should shut themselves off from every non-Christian; t
    hroughout the Bible we’re commanded to do just the opposite. The difference in this type of relationship is that marriage was designed to allow a man and woman to more completely reflect the image of God. A good marriage should bring each partner closer to God as the relationship grows. Dating is designed to find the proper marital partner, thus to date someone who does not share the same values as you negates the purpose of dating all together.

    Carefully consider the values of anyone you let this close to your heart and make sure any relationship you enter is one that places God at the center. 

     

    ____________________________________________
    Devotional Series: Love Notesby the Color Movement  (#cmdevo #lovenotes)
    Posted by: Katlyn // Personal //  Color Movement
    Jul
    25
    2014
  • cranquis:

girldwarf:

Pretty much.

    cranquis:

    girldwarf:

    Pretty much.

    Jul
    22
    2014

  • queerpaccino:

    cheese3d:

    i think i can accurately say that i can crush a man’s head with my thighs

    I was expecting this to go somewhere else, but this is also good.

    Jul
    20
    2014

  • jensen-fuckles:

    The new harry potter movie looks great

    (Source: use-the-force-harry)

    Jul
    20
    2014
  • Marry me. Let’s spend our nights eating cereal on the floor when there is a perfectly fine table behind us.

    Marry me. We can go to the movie theatre and sit in the very back row just to make out like kids falling in love for the first time.

    Marry me. We’ll paint the rooms of our house and get more paint on us than on the walls.

    Marry me. We can hold hands and go to parties that we end up ditching to drink wine out of the bottle in the bathtub together.

    Marry me. Slow dance with me in our bedroom with an unmade bed and candles on the nightstand.


    -

    let me love you forever, marry me (via the-psycho-cutie)

    Want all of this

    (via zackb347)

    Jul
    19
    2014
  • color-movement:

He Is Risen (#cmdevo #lovenotes)
Read 1 John 3:16-18
 
I love these verses because they give us one of the best pictures of the love of God in the entire Bible. What the Christian story tells us is we are all fallen and sinful people and our God is incredibly just. Despite the love of God and His promises of eternal life, we continually disobey Him. While God loves us and is merciful, he is also just. This means He could never wash away all of our sins without some form of payment. The most beautiful and unique part of it all is instead of choosing some of us to serve as payment, He used himself. We often think about Jesus on earth as different from God, but they are both God. He did not just give his son, but He gave himself. He took the suffering of the world upon himself so he could remain both merciful and just. There is no more beautiful picture of love than that type of undeserved self-sacrifice. This is the love we can never deserve, but will always have.
 
Whenever you feel discouraged and like the world is bearing down on you, remember no matter what happens, Christ has taken your sins upon Himself and He has risen. There is no reason to despair. 

____________________________________________

Devotional Series: Love Notesby the Color Movement  (#cmdevo #lovenotes)


Posted by: Katlyn // Personal //  Color Movement

    color-movement:

    He Is Risen (#cmdevo #lovenotes)
    Read 1 John 3:16-18
     
    I love these verses because they give us one of the best pictures of the love of God in the entire Bible. What the Christian story tells us is we are all fallen and sinful people and our God is incredibly just. Despite the love of God and His promises of eternal life, we continually disobey Him. While God loves us and is merciful, he is also just. This means He could never wash away all of our sins without some form of payment. The most beautiful and unique part of it all is instead of choosing some of us to serve as payment, He used himself. We often think about Jesus on earth as different from God, but they are both God. He did not just give his son, but He gave himself. He took the suffering of the world upon himself so he could remain both merciful and just. There is no more beautiful picture of love than that type of undeserved self-sacrifice. This is the love we can never deserve, but will always have.
     
    Whenever you feel discouraged and like the world is bearing down on you, remember no matter what happens, Christ has taken your sins upon Himself and He has risen. There is no reason to despair. 
    ____________________________________________
    Devotional Series: Love Notesby the Color Movement  (#cmdevo #lovenotes)
    Posted by: Katlyn // Personal //  Color Movement
    Jul
    18
    2014
  • Jul
    18
    2014

  • "Everyone remembers it
                  how they need to.”

    (Source: superheroinheels)

    Jul
    17
    2014
  • Dreams (Fleetwood Mac Cover)

    Artist: Bastille ft. Gabrielle Aplin
    Album: Rumours
    Plays: 10,889

    (Source: sirenssings)

    Jul
    14
    2014
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