i'm willing i'm able i'm breathing i'm grateful
i'm willing i'm able i'm breathing i'm grateful
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crumb-free-bread:

shit-ingrid-says:

This is the best photo. Ever. 
No photo is better. 

I AM NOT DEALING WITH THIS TONIGHT MY LOVE KNOWS NO BOUNDS
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thatfunnyblog:

so embarrassed I don’t wanna talk about it
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wizardsblood:

screams
The Greatest Happiness
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rawesomesauce:

im-a-bad-kid:

pretentiousmusician:

peachpup:

this is the all time best post

Wat

exccuse you, aren’t we forgetting someone?


oh my dog
rawesomesauce:

im-a-bad-kid:

pretentiousmusician:

peachpup:

this is the all time best post

Wat

exccuse you, aren’t we forgetting someone?


oh my dog
rawesomesauce:

im-a-bad-kid:

pretentiousmusician:

peachpup:

this is the all time best post

Wat

exccuse you, aren’t we forgetting someone?


oh my dog
rawesomesauce:

im-a-bad-kid:

pretentiousmusician:

peachpup:

this is the all time best post

Wat

exccuse you, aren’t we forgetting someone?


oh my dog
rawesomesauce:

im-a-bad-kid:

pretentiousmusician:

peachpup:

this is the all time best post

Wat

exccuse you, aren’t we forgetting someone?


oh my dog
rawesomesauce:

im-a-bad-kid:

pretentiousmusician:

peachpup:

this is the all time best post

Wat

exccuse you, aren’t we forgetting someone?


oh my dog
rawesomesauce:

im-a-bad-kid:

pretentiousmusician:

peachpup:

this is the all time best post

Wat

exccuse you, aren’t we forgetting someone?


oh my dog
rawesomesauce:

im-a-bad-kid:

pretentiousmusician:

peachpup:

this is the all time best post

Wat

exccuse you, aren’t we forgetting someone?


oh my dog
rawesomesauce:

im-a-bad-kid:

pretentiousmusician:

peachpup:

this is the all time best post

Wat

exccuse you, aren’t we forgetting someone?


oh my dog
rawesomesauce:

im-a-bad-kid:

pretentiousmusician:

peachpup:

this is the all time best post

Wat

exccuse you, aren’t we forgetting someone?


oh my dog
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sadieculb:

Day 160: Today I am thankful for what I learned today
I’ve slowly learned that God’s wisdom is not like the world’s wisdom. I read today that he’s hidden his ways from people who are convinced they know all things and he’s made himself available to the people who are exhausted, in need of him. I’ve seen this happen so clearly in my life. I’ve stuffed myself with world-knowledge and the gospel sounded stupid to me. I just didn’t get it, even as I saw tons of people falling on their knees over their joy in Him. I thought they were faking it. It’s amazing to now see, just barely, that all along I was the one without wisdom. As I scoffed at the people talking about Jesus, thinking they were ignorant about life. He has so generously pulled me closer to home, helped me see my foolishness and the amount of my unbelief. On campus, where professors and students claim to be so wise about life and scripture, I see complete ignorance. They really have no idea what the gospel is saying, while the homeless, uneducated families on the street are finding home in Him. It’s not that God doesn’t want them to know Him, they just don’t care to know Him. 
Our God is so big, it terrifies me. I think I’m scared to know that He could really fill my heart. I’m scared of the greatness that he offers. I can’t let it go though. Every time I tremble in fear and a little more of my unbelief falls off, I find myself just a bit closer to what I’ve been searching for all along. I cling to my worldly wisdom, making excuses like ‘God can’t be explained’ ‘I can’t make sense of him,’ ‘I couldn’t possibly be known by him.’ I forget all of the promises he showed me before, and I feel like I’m back at the beginning. But in the midst of my mess and my unbelief, as I’m scrambling to find worth in social media, the amount of followers I have, and how many people like me, I can hear him saying, ‘Come to me, all of you who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you. Let me teach you, because I am humble and gentle at heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy to bear and the burden I give you is light.’ (Matthew 11:28-30). 
Nothing else I seek has ever told me that it will give me rest, yet that’s what I’ve been hoping for all along. 
sadieculb:

Day 160: Today I am thankful for what I learned today
I’ve slowly learned that God’s wisdom is not like the world’s wisdom. I read today that he’s hidden his ways from people who are convinced they know all things and he’s made himself available to the people who are exhausted, in need of him. I’ve seen this happen so clearly in my life. I’ve stuffed myself with world-knowledge and the gospel sounded stupid to me. I just didn’t get it, even as I saw tons of people falling on their knees over their joy in Him. I thought they were faking it. It’s amazing to now see, just barely, that all along I was the one without wisdom. As I scoffed at the people talking about Jesus, thinking they were ignorant about life. He has so generously pulled me closer to home, helped me see my foolishness and the amount of my unbelief. On campus, where professors and students claim to be so wise about life and scripture, I see complete ignorance. They really have no idea what the gospel is saying, while the homeless, uneducated families on the street are finding home in Him. It’s not that God doesn’t want them to know Him, they just don’t care to know Him. 
Our God is so big, it terrifies me. I think I’m scared to know that He could really fill my heart. I’m scared of the greatness that he offers. I can’t let it go though. Every time I tremble in fear and a little more of my unbelief falls off, I find myself just a bit closer to what I’ve been searching for all along. I cling to my worldly wisdom, making excuses like ‘God can’t be explained’ ‘I can’t make sense of him,’ ‘I couldn’t possibly be known by him.’ I forget all of the promises he showed me before, and I feel like I’m back at the beginning. But in the midst of my mess and my unbelief, as I’m scrambling to find worth in social media, the amount of followers I have, and how many people like me, I can hear him saying, ‘Come to me, all of you who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you. Let me teach you, because I am humble and gentle at heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy to bear and the burden I give you is light.’ (Matthew 11:28-30). 
Nothing else I seek has ever told me that it will give me rest, yet that’s what I’ve been hoping for all along. 
sadieculb:

Day 160: Today I am thankful for what I learned today
I’ve slowly learned that God’s wisdom is not like the world’s wisdom. I read today that he’s hidden his ways from people who are convinced they know all things and he’s made himself available to the people who are exhausted, in need of him. I’ve seen this happen so clearly in my life. I’ve stuffed myself with world-knowledge and the gospel sounded stupid to me. I just didn’t get it, even as I saw tons of people falling on their knees over their joy in Him. I thought they were faking it. It’s amazing to now see, just barely, that all along I was the one without wisdom. As I scoffed at the people talking about Jesus, thinking they were ignorant about life. He has so generously pulled me closer to home, helped me see my foolishness and the amount of my unbelief. On campus, where professors and students claim to be so wise about life and scripture, I see complete ignorance. They really have no idea what the gospel is saying, while the homeless, uneducated families on the street are finding home in Him. It’s not that God doesn’t want them to know Him, they just don’t care to know Him. 
Our God is so big, it terrifies me. I think I’m scared to know that He could really fill my heart. I’m scared of the greatness that he offers. I can’t let it go though. Every time I tremble in fear and a little more of my unbelief falls off, I find myself just a bit closer to what I’ve been searching for all along. I cling to my worldly wisdom, making excuses like ‘God can’t be explained’ ‘I can’t make sense of him,’ ‘I couldn’t possibly be known by him.’ I forget all of the promises he showed me before, and I feel like I’m back at the beginning. But in the midst of my mess and my unbelief, as I’m scrambling to find worth in social media, the amount of followers I have, and how many people like me, I can hear him saying, ‘Come to me, all of you who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you. Let me teach you, because I am humble and gentle at heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy to bear and the burden I give you is light.’ (Matthew 11:28-30). 
Nothing else I seek has ever told me that it will give me rest, yet that’s what I’ve been hoping for all along. 
sadieculb:

Day 160: Today I am thankful for what I learned today
I’ve slowly learned that God’s wisdom is not like the world’s wisdom. I read today that he’s hidden his ways from people who are convinced they know all things and he’s made himself available to the people who are exhausted, in need of him. I’ve seen this happen so clearly in my life. I’ve stuffed myself with world-knowledge and the gospel sounded stupid to me. I just didn’t get it, even as I saw tons of people falling on their knees over their joy in Him. I thought they were faking it. It’s amazing to now see, just barely, that all along I was the one without wisdom. As I scoffed at the people talking about Jesus, thinking they were ignorant about life. He has so generously pulled me closer to home, helped me see my foolishness and the amount of my unbelief. On campus, where professors and students claim to be so wise about life and scripture, I see complete ignorance. They really have no idea what the gospel is saying, while the homeless, uneducated families on the street are finding home in Him. It’s not that God doesn’t want them to know Him, they just don’t care to know Him. 
Our God is so big, it terrifies me. I think I’m scared to know that He could really fill my heart. I’m scared of the greatness that he offers. I can’t let it go though. Every time I tremble in fear and a little more of my unbelief falls off, I find myself just a bit closer to what I’ve been searching for all along. I cling to my worldly wisdom, making excuses like ‘God can’t be explained’ ‘I can’t make sense of him,’ ‘I couldn’t possibly be known by him.’ I forget all of the promises he showed me before, and I feel like I’m back at the beginning. But in the midst of my mess and my unbelief, as I’m scrambling to find worth in social media, the amount of followers I have, and how many people like me, I can hear him saying, ‘Come to me, all of you who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you. Let me teach you, because I am humble and gentle at heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy to bear and the burden I give you is light.’ (Matthew 11:28-30). 
Nothing else I seek has ever told me that it will give me rest, yet that’s what I’ve been hoping for all along. 
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