Kayleigh Johnson.
Romans 11:36 "For from Him and through Him and to Him are all things. To Him be the glory forever. Amen."
I am saved by grace, and taking every day to know my Creator and my King more.
I battle slight depression and anxiety.
Newly married.
INFJ.
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One thing to remember is to please enjoy the process of discovering God. I know it feels like there’s a brick wall whenever we come across a difficult doctrine, and that Western urge to “know all the facts” gets us into a twisted up neurotic mess in our faith. While I totally believe that Christianity is intellectually satisfying in every way, there are just some truths way bigger than our heads can handle, and I’m okay with the lifelong process of getting to know God in all His wild infinite nature. By J.S. Park  (via llmaime)

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One of our problems with these so-called refined sins is that we have become too comfortable with the whole concept of sin. Because we do sin so frequently we learn to coexist with it as long as it doesn’t get too out of control or scandalous. We forget, or perhaps have never learned, how seriously God regards all sins. By Jerry Bridges (via raisingmywhiteflag)

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hopefisch:

denyandfollow:

kingrahiem:

FAVORITE POST ON TUMBLR.

I’m just gonna rant a little and say this: you do not need to save Africa. I repeat, YOU DO NOT NEED TO SAVE AFRICA.
Equip Africa to save herself, but you do more harm than good by coming in on as the white knight. So much more harm!
Something for you to chew on.

Holly I love you. I love you because that’s so much of my heart. Missions work is not about bringing the America to Africa or wherever. It’s about integrating success into THEIR way of life and THEIR traditions, allowing them to own the change. 
& when it comes to the church, I don’t like seeing American church overseas. I love seeing them worship God in a way that reflects their own culture and wow. Yeah. I’m with you Holly.

hopefisch:

denyandfollow:

kingrahiem:

FAVORITE POST ON TUMBLR.

I’m just gonna rant a little and say this: you do not need to save Africa. I repeat, YOU DO NOT NEED TO SAVE AFRICA.

Equip Africa to save herself, but you do more harm than good by coming in on as the white knight. So much more harm!

Something for you to chew on.

Holly I love you. I love you because that’s so much of my heart. Missions work is not about bringing the America to Africa or wherever. It’s about integrating success into THEIR way of life and THEIR traditions, allowing them to own the change. 

& when it comes to the church, I don’t like seeing American church overseas. I love seeing them worship God in a way that reflects their own culture and wow. Yeah. I’m with you Holly.

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If we look externally, there is difference between washing dishes and preaching the Word of God, but as touching to please God, there is no difference at all. That’s a biblical view of work, that there’s no difference when done to the honor of the Lord between preaching and washing the dishes. By William Tyndale (via raisingmywhiteflag)

Relinquishing our hopes and dreams to God is one of the most difficult things to do. When the dreams seem to be so far in the future that they will never come, it can be devastating and cause you to doubt His goodness. When it’s a possibility, but you can’t get your hopes up yet, fear can quickly set in.
I don’t think He asks us to be perfect in giving our hopes and dreams to Him; I think He just asks that we daily, hourly, even minute by minute, take it to Him in prayer. I think He desires that we seek Him above a dream, that we want Him above all else. And when we can’t, He desires that we confess. Because HE is the one who holds us in His hands, not us and our performance.