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Who do I serve? Who is my King? Who dwells in my Heart? - The maker and perfecter of my faith, my heart, my life… Jesus Christ. He is all powerful. That means, without question, without doubt, without wonder—- No person is too hard, no spirit is too lonely, no heart is too broken, no mind is too distracted, no direction is too lost, no emotion is too intense, no experience is too damaging, no sin is too great, no fall is too hard, no wall is too high, no barrier is too solid, no shackle is too tight, no past is too messy, no wrist is too scarred, no stomach is too empty, no mouth is too dirty, no feet are too tired, no tear is too pained, no struggle is too great, no weight is too heavy, no mistake is too far, and nothing… nothing… nothing… Could make Him love you any less than immaculately, majestically, intensely, perfectly and wholly. Not one label, not one brand, not one mark nor one scar could keep His love from you. “I can’t restore you” is not in His vocabulary. “I will restore you” is His promise. “It’s too hard, too deep, too far to fix” is not in His vocabulary. “My grace is sufficient for You, through my sacrifice you have been made whole” is His promise. “I have had enough, I’m out of here” is not in His vocabulary… “I will never leave you, nor forsake you” is His ultimate promise. My prayer for you is that you will come to know His truth for your life, and become blind to the lies of the world. For you are destined for greatness and breakthrough, thanks to our Almighty, Wonderous, Grave-Conquering King!

Who do I serve? Who is my King? Who dwells in my Heart? - The maker and perfecter of my faith, my heart, my life… Jesus Christ. He is all powerful. That means, without question, without doubt, without wonder—- No person is too hard, no spirit is too lonely, no heart is too broken, no mind is too distracted, no direction is too lost, no emotion is too intense, no experience is too damaging, no sin is too great, no fall is too hard, no wall is too high, no barrier is too solid, no shackle is too tight, no past is too messy, no wrist is too scarred, no stomach is too empty, no mouth is too dirty, no feet are too tired, no tear is too pained, no struggle is too great, no weight is too heavy, no mistake is too far, and nothing… nothing… nothing… Could make Him love you any less than immaculately, majestically, intensely, perfectly and wholly. Not one label, not one brand, not one mark nor one scar could keep His love from you. “I can’t restore you” is not in His vocabulary. “I will restore you” is His promise. “It’s too hard, too deep, too far to fix” is not in His vocabulary. “My grace is sufficient for You, through my sacrifice you have been made whole” is His promise. “I have had enough, I’m out of here” is not in His vocabulary… “I will never leave you, nor forsake you” is His ultimate promise. My prayer for you is that you will come to know His truth for your life, and become blind to the lies of the world. For you are destined for greatness and breakthrough, thanks to our Almighty, Wonderous, Grave-Conquering King!

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#Truth  #amen  #Bible  #True Love  #Jesus Loves  #Whom do you serve 

Will you follow me one last time? 

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#JRR Tolkien  #Bilbo Baggins  #The Hobbit  #Follow me  #Dwarves 

theouatgifs:

I always thought I’d marry for love. And here I am about to enter into what amounts to a business transaction. A merger of two kingdoms.

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— 3 days ago with 758 notes
#Family  #OUAT  #Son in law  #True Love  #Captain Hook  #Prince Charming  #Captain Charming  #I ship it 

asylum-art:

Sungseok Ahn’s series entitled “Historic Present”

South Korean artist Sungseok Ahn’s series entitled “Historic Present” questions the memory of past from the fast changing scenery of today. By overlapping a historical location with an old image of that exact place, he questions the way we treat our history and explores the dynamics between space and time at the same time.

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— 1 week ago with 2097 notes
#Art  #Sung Seok Ahn  #Historic Present  #South Korea 
"For whoever would save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for my sake will save it. For what does it profit a man if he gains the whole world and loses or forfeits himself?"

Luke 9:24–25 //

This verse speaks of one of the great paradoxes of the kingdom of God. It will forever remind me of the missionary and martyr, Jim Elliot, who gave his life for the sake of the gospel and for the salvation of a remote tribal people. After he and four other men were speared to death by South American Indians, these famous words were found scribbled in his journal: “He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain that which he cannot lose.” Later, the Auca Indian tribe in Ecuador did receive salvation in Jesus Christ, through the continued efforts of missionaries, including Jim Elliot’s wife, Elisabeth.

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— 1 week ago with 132 notes
#Luke 9:24-25  #Bible  #Gospel truth 
-olly:

Reed Flute Cave, Guilin Pt. 3

-olly:

Reed Flute Cave, Guilin Pt. 3

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— 1 week ago with 765 notes
#Reed Flute Cave  #nature