I want to be your favorite place to go when you’ve had a bad day or a good day.
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wordonthestreetimasuspect:

Tried to sneak and eat some icecream at night. God punished him

wordonthestreetimasuspect:

Tried to sneak and eat some icecream at night. God punished him

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Haha that’s cute

Haha that’s cute

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feelthefearanddoitanyway-x:

This is your Sunday evening reminder that you can handle whatever this week throws at you. Even if school, work or general life isn’t okay, you’ll get through it because you are damn strong and amazing.

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phobias:

don’t worry i wouldn’t care about me either

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jacintanest:

w h e n . y o u ‘ r e . t a n g l e d . u p . i n . a s k i n g . ‘ w h e n . w i l l . m y . l i f e . b e g i n ‘ // as a Christian girl, from a young age you have been taught that God has a plan for your love story (and He does). He has planned something far greater, far better and more intricately beautiful and divine than you could have ever imagined (Jer 29:11) but perhaps you have taken that knowledge about God, and the hope of a heavenly written romance, and you’re sitting in your tower, and you’re waiting, and waiting… and waiting… i like to call this ‘rapunzel syndrome’. whether you like to admit it or not, you’re thinking your life hasn’t begun, because your ‘husband-to-be’ hasn’t come along yet. it is not wrong to patiently and willingly wait for God to bring the right man into your life; but it IS wrong to think that your life is on standby until he arrives. maybe for you, sitting in your tower looks like getting depressed after watching a romantic fairy tale ending film, or sobbing over hours proposal videos on youtube. perhaps your ‘wedding’ board on pinterest is overflowing with pins. or maybe you’re simply feeling you’re not going to have any fun until you finally have that boyfriend or husband; and you’re absolutely devastated when a potential relationship falls through. the reality is, it’s time to suck it up princess — God can do marvellous, miraculous and incredibly impacting things through you, with or without a prince by your side. the only one putting your life on hold, is you. Corinthians 2:9 says “no eye has seen, no ear has heard nor heart could ever imagine what God has prepared for those who love Him”.. read it once, read it again, read it a third time — that’s right, no mention of God waiting to enact His plan until you’re dating, engaged or married. no, He is calling you to get out of your tower, get out of your ‘rut’ and take ground for the kingdom. be active in your waiting. fall in love with Jesus (Matt 22:36-38) let it be deep, devoted and intimate. and work on your skills (Prov 31:10-31) and lastly, make it your goal to be a Godly woman (Matt 6:33) focus on ‘what can i do for Christ’ not ‘what can i do to find a man.’Instagram: @_jacintanest // @littlekinta

jacintanest:

w h e n . y o u ‘ r e . t a n g l e d . u p . i n . a s k i n g . ‘ w h e n . w i l l . m y . l i f e . b e g i n ‘ // as a Christian girl, from a young age you have been taught that God has a plan for your love story (and He does). He has planned something far greater, far better and more intricately beautiful and divine than you could have ever imagined (Jer 29:11) but perhaps you have taken that knowledge about God, and the hope of a heavenly written romance, and you’re sitting in your tower, and you’re waiting, and waiting… and waiting… i like to call this ‘rapunzel syndrome’. whether you like to admit it or not, you’re thinking your life hasn’t begun, because your ‘husband-to-be’ hasn’t come along yet. it is not wrong to patiently and willingly wait for God to bring the right man into your life; but it IS wrong to think that your life is on standby until he arrives. maybe for you, sitting in your tower looks like getting depressed after watching a romantic fairy tale ending film, or sobbing over hours proposal videos on youtube. perhaps your ‘wedding’ board on pinterest is overflowing with pins. or maybe you’re simply feeling you’re not going to have any fun until you finally have that boyfriend or husband; and you’re absolutely devastated when a potential relationship falls through. the reality is, it’s time to suck it up princess — God can do marvellous, miraculous and incredibly impacting things through you, with or without a prince by your side. the only one putting your life on hold, is you. Corinthians 2:9 says “no eye has seen, no ear has heard nor heart could ever imagine what God has prepared for those who love Him”.. read it once, read it again, read it a third time — that’s right, no mention of God waiting to enact His plan until you’re dating, engaged or married. no, He is calling you to get out of your tower, get out of your ‘rut’ and take ground for the kingdom. be active in your waiting. fall in love with Jesus (Matt 22:36-38) let it be deep, devoted and intimate. and work on your skills (Prov 31:10-31) and lastly, make it your goal to be a Godly woman (Matt 6:33) focus on ‘what can i do for Christ’ not ‘what can i do to find a man.’

Instagram: @_jacintanest // @littlekinta

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rhydonmyhardon:

being told you’re appreciated is one of the simplest yet incredibly uplifting things you can ever hear

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fiftyshadesofmacygray:

It’s important to make friendships that are deeper than gossiping and drinking and smoking and going out.

Make friends who you can go get breakfast with, make friends you can cry with, make friends who support your life goals and believe in you.

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jonasbrothers:

I’m in mutuals with a lot of people I’ve never spoken to and if that’s you then I just want you to know that I’ve definitely thought about talking to you at one point and then got scared

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