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But really, all my design stuff is secondary to my life as a christian which is far more important to me. I’d rather be known as a great man of God or a great worshipper than as a great designer.
Jonathan Ogden, creator of typographicverses.com (via hisword-typographicverses)

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glorychildren:

NO PHOTOSET HAS MADE ME HAPPIER.

MY FAVORITE PHOTOSET IS BACK

I WILL NEVER NOT LOVE THIS PHOTSET

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If I cannot say with full conviction that the only thing I truly want above all else is to know God for who he is, then I seriously need to rethink my priorities.
— Thought about wants and needs. (via churchjanitor)
If a commission by an earthly king is considered an honor, how can a commission by a Heavenly King be considered a sacrifice?
— David Livingstone (via markovchainrule)
➜ The church was made for the dirty streets

j3anvivian0:

The first church in human history was born on the dirty streets, and it will always exist for the dirty streets. The rejects, the down and out, the marginalised, the outcasts… they are our VIPs.

Matthew 10:8 mentions, “cleanse those who have leprosy”. In those days, lepers were not allowed to…

➜ A night of adventure - my first blood in casting out devils

j3anvivian0:

God used me to heal the sick and cast out devils! Had the most epic night ever. Nothing went according to plan, but it was all in God’s plan.

When the day began, my thoughts were very much on my job interview. The Ogilvy Fellowship is my first choice for my job, and it is extremely competitive! I…

People don’t deserve what they have. I don’t. Nobody does. Even if I worked hard for something and got it, whatever I received was because of circumstances surrounding it that enabled my hard work to be rewarded. I don’t deserve that circumstance working in my favour, it was given to me. The same circumstance was not given to every one in the world, and it’s not like I did anything to deserve a better circumstance than a starving child in Africa. It sounds unfair and can be painful to swallow if we are the ones who feels that life is unfair to us, but that’s only because we measure fairness and deservingness with our limited perception. We didn’t create this world and we don’t own it, yet we define for ourselves how justice should work. That’s the problem, isn’t it?

Here’s it. Our measure of deservingness determines how we treat people and how we treat ourselves.
If we give people what they deserve, things get ugly. But if we give people what they need, it’s simply beautiful. That’s what the world so desperately needs, isn’t it?

The cross of Jesus Christ is the perfect example of giving to the undeserving what they need. Men fell short of the perfect standard of God, in other words we all have sinned and deserve punishment. Yet, Jesus Christ chose to die on the cross to pay for our sins. Why should we not live like this as well?
Don’t give people what they deserve, give them what they need. Forgiveness, encouragement, appreciation, recognition, respect, trust, protection, care, concern, patience, friendship, handshakes, smiles, hugs, kisses etcetera. We don’t deserve it and we never will, but we need it and we always will.

— Songjun (via markovchainrule)

togivehimglory:

Learn to focus on what’s important. Prioritize and constantly remind yourself of what matters to you. If you don’t remind yourself of the important things in life on a regular basis, you’ll forget what you’re living for. Let go of the petty matters.

I know the Lord is always with me. I will not be shaken, for he is right beside me.
— Psalms 16:8 (via blakebaggott)

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If you keep silent before God and give Him time, He will leave within you with impressions that will be as the rays of His glory shining in you.
— Andrew Murray (via godmoves)
And there is something profoundly humbling about knowing God. I’m not talking about the trinket God or the genie-in-a-lamp God. I mean the God who invented the tree in my front yard, the beauty of my sweetheart, the taste of a blueberry, the violence of a river at flood. There are a lot of religious trends that would have us controlling God, telling us that if we do this that and the other, God will jump through our hoops like a monkey. But this other God, this real God, is awesome and strong, all-encompassing and passionate, and for reasons I will never understand, he wants to father us.
— Don Miller (via godmoves)

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godmoves:

a new thing~

godmoves:

a new thing~

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"A billion galaxies will not satisfy the human soul." (Ps 8:3) Your heart was made for God.
— John Piper  (via godmoves)

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Why am I an optimist? Because I have read the last book of the bible, and we win.
— Billy Graham (via onmykneesatthecross)

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