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Music Is My Muse

tipofthescepter:

I want a hot, soft pretzel right now please

If you were in Tx, I could totally hook you up

bibleschoolbabblings:

iheartnerds:

I LOOOOVE dresses! <3

WOW! 

bibleschoolbabblings:

iheartnerds:

I LOOOOVE dresses! <3

WOW! 

(Source: chotronette)

“For He satisfies the longing soul, and the hungry soul, He fills with good things.”
— Psalm 107:9  (via victoryingrace)

(Source: kvtes, via frauluther)

vouxcroux:

I got a 77 on my worship demonstration last week. That’s it. No one’s going to want me for vicarage I bet.

What were the criteria you were graded on?

rolorevolution:

Scott Pilgrim’s response was always on point

(Source: patrickmasturbateman, via vouxcroux)

vouxcroux:

thewordofthelivinggod:

The truth is, God never said He wouldn’t give you more than you can handle. This phrase can lead us to believe the lie that we can do it ourselves; that we can handle it. Which raises the question, “If we can handle anything that comes our way, then why do we need God at all?” Paul told us, “No temptation has overtaken you except what is common to mankind. And God is faithful; He will not let you be tempted beyond what you can bear. But when you are tempted, He will also provide a way out so that you can endure it” (1 Corinth 10:13). This is the verse that is often misquoted. Let’s be clear: Paul was talking about temptation, not suffering! When we endure trials, we will learn to recognize our constant need to depend on God alone. Seek God wholeheartedly, repent and completely surrender to His perfect will. He is the only reason worth living for!

It isn’t really that God never gives us more than we can handle. He never gives us more than what Jesus could handle. We will always be tempted and assaulted. Because of our state as fallen human beings there will be times when we fall to these assaults. So we can take comfort in knowing that Christ has handled these sins on our behalf on the cross, and was raised to new life; that death and the devil are defeated and his righteousness has been extended to us, because of God’s great mercy and love for us, though we do not deserve it.

vouxcroux:

thewordofthelivinggod:

The truth is, God never said He wouldn’t give you more than you can handle. This phrase can lead us to believe the lie that we can do it ourselves; that we can handle it. Which raises the question, “If we can handle anything that comes our way, then why do we need God at all?” Paul told us, “No temptation has overtaken you except what is common to mankind. And God is faithful; He will not let you be tempted beyond what you can bear. But when you are tempted, He will also provide a way out so that you can endure it” (1 Corinth 10:13). This is the verse that is often misquoted. Let’s be clear: Paul was talking about temptation, not suffering! When we endure trials, we will learn to recognize our constant need to depend on God alone. Seek God wholeheartedly, repent and completely surrender to His perfect will. He is the only reason worth living for!

It isn’t really that God never gives us more than we can handle. He never gives us more than what Jesus could handle. We will always be tempted and assaulted. Because of our state as fallen human beings there will be times when we fall to these assaults. So we can take comfort in knowing that Christ has handled these sins on our behalf on the cross, and was raised to new life; that death and the devil are defeated and his righteousness has been extended to us, because of God’s great mercy and love for us, though we do not deserve it.

(Source: facebook.com)

frauluther:

inhimthereisnoshadowofturning:

lazyevaluationranch:

3/6 Don’t get goats, they say. Goats are always getting into trouble and eating the orchard, they say. But do they warn you not to leave your goat alone with a synthesizer unless you want her working on her distant but emotionally charged coldwave masterpiece? No. They do not warn you about that at all.

frauluther galesofnovember babygoatsandfriends

We were talking the other night here at home about how I missed my calling by not learning about DJing and sound engineering type stuff. I remarked that it would be just as hard to make it as a woman in that field as it would have been as an orchestra conductor. Husband scoffed, and I told him to go look it up and find three women in that field…he had to concede.
But this goat…this goat is an inspiration to all of us. She’s out there doing it. And she doesn’t even have thumbs.

frauluther:

inhimthereisnoshadowofturning:

lazyevaluationranch:

3/6 Don’t get goats, they say. Goats are always getting into trouble and eating the orchard, they say. But do they warn you not to leave your goat alone with a synthesizer unless you want her working on her distant but emotionally charged coldwave masterpiece? No. They do not warn you about that at all.

frauluther galesofnovember babygoatsandfriends

We were talking the other night here at home about how I missed my calling by not learning about DJing and sound engineering type stuff. I remarked that it would be just as hard to make it as a woman in that field as it would have been as an orchestra conductor. Husband scoffed, and I told him to go look it up and find three women in that field…he had to concede.

But this goat…this goat is an inspiration to all of us. She’s out there doing it. And she doesn’t even have thumbs.

When more than one camper wets the bed in the same night

whenatcamp:

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or they all have to go to the bathroom at 1 am and it’s pouring and your cabin is at the bottom of the hill and the bathroom is at the top