• Deleted newsheadlinetextpost lines from Guardians of the Galaxy

    (Source: deleted-movie-lines)

    Aug
    27
    2014
  • tehhufflepuffcompanion:

    Spoiler alert: adulthood is 96% of you going “well, I hope this is how it works and I’ll keep doing it till someone yells at me”

    Aug
    27
    2014
  • FOOTBALL FOOTBALL FOOTBALL. 

    I’m so excited. Especially with my new upgrades to HDTV and the sports package. 

    SO STOKED. 

    Aug
    27
    2014
  • onlylolgifs:

Secret Agent Cat

    onlylolgifs:

    Secret Agent Cat

    Aug
    27
    2014
  • Q: Yeah that's probably what I'm gonna do! That or get a decent futon (there's a place literally cattycorner to my street), and plan to get a nice bed later.

    -asked by mybloodismaritime

    A: 

    Futons are a solid choice. I know my brother got a cheap sofa bed from ikea and my parents have slept on it and were really impressed with it.

    Aug
    27
    2014

  • j6q:

    I have been waiting for the day this showed up on Tumblr.

    Clearly I need to start watching Bones

    (Source: epistemologicalfallacy)

    Aug
    26
    2014

  • tywins:

    i don’t think we talk about this enough

    Aug
    25
    2014

  • (Source: how-ood)

    Aug
    24
    2014
  • color-movement:

Loving Our Neighbors (#cmdevo #lovenotes)
Read Mark 12:31One of the beauties of God’s creation is that love exists in all areas of life. We aren’t just taught about the love of God and love for our spouses, but also that we must love all people with whom we have relationships. Of the two commandments Jesus gave to us, the second is “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” This is easier said than done as sometimes are neighbor is someone we don’t like very much. Sometimes are neighbors are people that are actively seeking to hurt us. When our neighbors are bad people, why must we still love them? How do we love them?We love them people they are created in God’s image. That verse in Genesis does so much more than give us dignity - it gives us a simple and yet profound reason to love and respect every single person that we encounter. Moreover, we are all fallen. Our fallen nature manifests itself in different ways for all of us, but we all become difficult to love. We must do our best to extend grace to others even when the seem to deserve it the least because that is what our Lord has done for us.We often show some of the worst of ourselves to people we interact with the least. It’s always easy to yell at the person that cut you in line, isn’t it? Not only do we react in appropriately do people in situations like this, but we feel justified because they harmed us and so they deserved it. This is not the way Jesus commands us to operate. We are to love our neighbors. Full stop. No exceptions. No qualifications. It does not matter what they do to us, from something as small as cutting in line to other horrific sins. Jesus commanded you to love. Do not allow the interactions and sins of others to dictate your acts.We love our neighbors because Jesus commanded us to love. No matter what they’ve done, no matter who they are. We love. 
 

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Devotional Series: Love Notesby the Color Movement  (#cmdevo #lovenotes)
 
Posted by: Katlyn // Personal //  Color Movement

    color-movement:

    Loving Our Neighbors (#cmdevo #lovenotes)

    Read Mark 12:31

    One of the beauties of God’s creation is that love exists in all areas of life. We aren’t just taught about the love of God and love for our spouses, but also that we must love all people with whom we have relationships. Of the two commandments Jesus gave to us, the second is “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” This is easier said than done as sometimes are neighbor is someone we don’t like very much. Sometimes are neighbors are people that are actively seeking to hurt us. When our neighbors are bad people, why must we still love them? How do we love them?

    We love them people they are created in God’s image. That verse in Genesis does so much more than give us dignity - it gives us a simple and yet profound reason to love and respect every single person that we encounter. Moreover, we are all fallen. Our fallen nature manifests itself in different ways for all of us, but we all become difficult to love. We must do our best to extend grace to others even when the seem to deserve it the least because that is what our Lord has done for us.

    We often show some of the worst of ourselves to people we interact with the least. It’s always easy to yell at the person that cut you in line, isn’t it? Not only do we react in appropriately do people in situations like this, but we feel justified because they harmed us and so they deserved it. This is not the way Jesus commands us to operate. We are to love our neighbors. Full stop. No exceptions. No qualifications. It does not matter what they do to us, from something as small as cutting in line to other horrific sins. Jesus commanded you to love. Do not allow the interactions and sins of others to dictate your acts.

    We love our neighbors because Jesus commanded us to love. No matter what they’ve done, no matter who they are. We love. 

     
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    Devotional Series: Love Notesby the Color Movement  (#cmdevo #lovenotes)
     
    Posted by: Katlyn // Personal //  Color Movement
    Aug
    22
    2014
  • Aug
    21
    2014

  • vlh114:

    popspanda:

    therecipepantry:

    33 Cupcake Recipes

    I love these because I always bake for people when I’m happy

    I must have # 14!!! and maybe # 10!

    Aug
    18
    2014
  • 
Something’s missing. I don’t know what it contains, I don’t know what it represents, I don’t know what it is. But there are traces and shadows of it everywhere.

    Something’s missing. I don’t know what it contains, I don’t know what it represents, I don’t know what it is. But there are traces and shadows of it everywhere.

    (Source: andrewsgarfield)

    Aug
    15
    2014
  • color-movement:

Adam’s Helper (#cmdevo #lovenotes)
Read Genesis 2:18I wanted to go back to Genesis today because it is the beginning of everything and the foundation of the marriage theology of Christianity. It’s always important when learning about anything to remain grounded in the fundamentals and to always look back at scripture you’ve already spent time with because God is constantly revealing things through His word. The beginning of Genesis follows a pattern that we all know. God created this and it was good. This pattern is abruptly interrupted in verse 18 when “the LORD God said, ‘It is not good.’” Out of all of his creation, the one thing that was not good was Adam’s solitude. The only way for God’s creation to be in a good condition, was to be together.God’s solution to this problem was not to create a Michael or John, but to create Eve. A helper. This word “helper” is “ezer” in Hebrew. It has been often interpreted as more of a domestic servant for Adam’s benefit than the partner-relationship we think of marriage as today. Ezer is used 21 times in the Old Testament, but never in reference to a master-slave relationship. It is used twice in reference to Eve, three times in a military context, and sixteen times in reference to God as a helper. The type of helper that Eve was designed to be is of incredible importance. Ezer is the combination of two roots that mean “to rescue” and “to save.” This word clearly doesn’t reference a submissive servant, but a powerful companion.The cure to Adam’s loneliness was not the creation of a subservient being, but  of one of his own kind. A woman that was so much of the same substance as he that he could instantly recognize her and sing with joy. This is a beautiful relationship.
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Devotional Series: Love Notes by the Color Movement  (#cmdevo #lovenotes)
 
Posted by: Katlyn // Personal //  Color Movement

    color-movement:

    Adam’s Helper (#cmdevo #lovenotes)
    Read Genesis 2:18

    I wanted to go back to Genesis today because it is the beginning of everything and the foundation of the marriage theology of Christianity. It’s always important when learning about anything to remain grounded in the fundamentals and to always look back at scripture you’ve already spent time with because God is constantly revealing things through His word. The beginning of Genesis follows a pattern that we all know. God created this and it was good. This pattern is abruptly interrupted in verse 18 when “the LORD God said, ‘It is not good.’” Out of all of his creation, the one thing that was not good was Adam’s solitude. The only way for God’s creation to be in a good condition, was to be together.

    God’s solution to this problem was not to create a Michael or John, but to create Eve. A helper. This word “helper” is “ezer” in Hebrew. It has been often interpreted as more of a domestic servant for Adam’s benefit than the partner-relationship we think of marriage as today. Ezer is used 21 times in the Old Testament, but never in reference to a master-slave relationship. It is used twice in reference to Eve, three times in a military context, and sixteen times in reference to God as a helper. The type of helper that Eve was designed to be is of incredible importance. Ezer is the combination of two roots that mean “to rescue” and “to save.” This word clearly doesn’t reference a submissive servant, but a powerful companion.

    The cure to Adam’s loneliness was not the creation of a subservient being, but  of one of his own kind. A woman that was so much of the same substance as he that he could instantly recognize her and sing with joy. This is a beautiful relationship.
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    Devotional Series: Love Notes by the Color Movement  (#cmdevo #lovenotes)
     
    Posted by: Katlyn // Personal //  Color Movement
    Aug
    15
    2014
  • twinkletwinkleyoulittlefuck:

    thepreciousthing:

    adire-adire:

    victorysunshine:

    goldfish-kisses:

    geek-in-a-box:

    martiemcfly:

    WHY ARENT THERE ADULT-SIZED PLAYGROUNDS

    LIKE EVERYTHING IS THE SAME AS A KIDS PLAYGROUND

    BUT BIGGER

    WHY DO WE NOT HAVE THOSE

    theme parks. just. theme parks.

    but u have to pay for theme parks

    that’s the adult part

    son of a bitch

    ladies and gentlemen, behold

    the St. Louis City Museum:

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    Playground for adults and children.

    They even serve alcohol.

    I know where we’re going guys

    I wannnnaaaaaaaa go!

    Aug
    15
    2014

  • shamaness1171:

     

    I thought this was leading to something deep…I wasn’t disappointed.

    (Source: ericscissorhands)

    Aug
    15
    2014
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