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"Pick the day. Enjoy it - to the hilt. The day as it comes. People as they come… The past, I think, has helped me appreciate the present - and I don’t want to spoil any of it by fretting about the future."
Audrey Hepburn (via pureblyss)
— 3 weeks ago with 111 notes
"It’s really cool you want to be passionately in love with Jesus as much as you can, but please don’t beat yourself up about this. Be prepared for the seasons when you’ll barely hang on to God with an intellectual thread, and other seasons where you’ll be so head-over-heels for Jesus that you’re getting tattoos of him on your ribcage. Be ready to be honest in your dry valleys, and be ready to rejoice on the mountaintop.

Enjoy both seasons, because both help you grow and both have significance in our lives. The winter and fall teach you to grow deep roots into God even when you don’t feel Him, and the summer and spring are those powerful weeks of blooming fruits and plentiful harvest that will have you laughing and weeping at the same time.

Soon you’ll also see: loving Jesus is not even really up to you, because he’s the one who woos, who draws, who beckons, who calls. Loving Him is the easy part; God loving you cost His Son. The more you know that it’s less about you, the more free you will be to love God all the more."
J.S. from this post (via jspark3000)

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— 5 months ago with 3784 notes



2 Weeks with Ellie

This was the second visit in our long distance relationship and it didn’t take long to realize two weeks was nowhere near enough time with one another. Ellie and I (Shawn) traveled around the UK and Europe together and saw cities and mountains and everything in between on planes, trains and cars. We spent a night in London, three days in Switzerland and one night in Paris. Traveling with Ellie is the best and I don’t want to see any more of the world without her. Hope you all enjoy watching us have fun together!

The perfection that is these two.

*deep breath* le sigh.

— 7 months ago with 165 notes
"I realize a lot of people don’t like Jesus, or just ignore Him or have no use for Him, but I think the best thing a person can do is to read through the Gospels in the Bible and really look at Jesus, because if a person does this, they will realize that the Jesus they learned about in Sunday school or the Jesus they hear jokes about or the skinny, Gandhi Jesus that exists in their imaginations isn’t anything like the real Jesus at all."
Donald Miller in Searching for God Knows What (via emilyknocke)
— 8 months ago with 451 notes
"The only love that won’t disappoint you is one that can’t change, that can’t be lost, that is not based on the ups and downs of life or of how well you live. It is something that not even death can take away from you. God’s love is the only thing like that."
Timothy Keller (via kissthewave)
— 8 months ago with 1675 notes
"Falling in love in a Christian way is to say, ‘I am excited about your future and I want to be part of getting you there. I’m signing up for the journey with you. Would you sign up for the journey to my true self with me? It’s going to be hard but I want to get there.’"
Timothy Keller (via pureblyss)
— 8 months ago with 4123 notes
"In any relationship, there will be frightening spells in which your feelings of love seem to dry up. And when that happens you must remember that the essence of a marriage is that it is a covenant, a commitment, a promise of future love."
The Meaning of Marriage (via philskiiii)
— 8 months ago with 1 note