God came to reveal His opinion of man, in the person of Jesus Christ.
Awesome playlist. Thx for sharing, DJ! (That is short for Dirk Jakob :P)
(Source: totesyourmate, via radical-illusion)
For shoes, put on the peace that comes from the Good News so that you will be fully prepared. — eph6:15 NLT, Awesome translation!
We all go through disappointments, setbacks and things we don’t understand. Maybe you prayed for a loved one, but they didn’t get well. Or maybe you worked hard for a promotion, but you didn’t get it. You stood in faith for a relationship, but it didn’t work out. One of the best things you can do is release it and let it go.
If you go around dwelling on it, wondering why this didn’t work out, why my loved one didn’t get healed, why I didn’t get that promotion, all that’s going to do is lead to bitterness, resentment and self-pity. Before long you’ll be blaming others, yourself, and maybe even God. You may not have understood it. It may not have been fair. But when you release it, it’s an act of your faith. You’re saying, “God, I trust You; I know You’re in control. And even though it didn’t work out my way, You said that all things are going to work together for my good. So I believe You still have something good in my future.” Proverbs 20:24 says, “Since the Lord is directing our steps, why do we try to figure out everything that happens along the way?”
God has you in the palm of His hand. He is directing you every step of the way. That disappointment may not have been fair, but it’s all a part of your divine destiny. If you will let it go and move forward, then you’re going to come into something awesome that God is about to do; not ordinary like you had planned, but extraordinary like God has planned.
To relate effectively with a wife, a husband, children, friends, or working associates, we must learn to listen. And this requires emotional strength. Listening involves patience, openness, and the desire to understand - highly developed qualities of character. It’s so much easier to operate from a low emotional level and to give high-level advise. — S.R. Covey, 7 Habits of highly effective people.
Me talking to my gf and having nothing to say.. *feeling like a dork*