Last Train To Paris

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30 Jul

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30 Jul

killing-the-headlamps:

Sorry I was speeding, officer. I was listening to Mumford and Sons and the banjo solo came on.

29 Jul

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29 Jul wolverxne:

Sunset on River Thames- by: Jasna Buncic

wolverxne:

Sunset on River Thames- by: Jasna Buncic

29 Jul

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29 Jul

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29 Jul
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29 Jul
I think the devil’s biggest lie is to make you think that how you feel right now is how you will always feel forever.

Please do not allow your mood to determine your entire value as a person. We get tired. We get cranky. We have doubts, frustrations, questions. And Jesus welcomes you graciously, the exhausted cranky doubtful you, and he will give you rest for your weary bones.

You might think there’s some kind of “awesome version” of you hidden inside your skin, and maybe you feel like you’re always two steps behind trying to catch up to some experienced mature mold of you — but Jesus loves you, right now, unconditionally. It’s only this kind of pure love that will ever penetrate deep enough to actually bring about change in your heart, and even then, we must not be so hard on ourselves in this journey.

Believe me: the seasons change. Feelings fade. Life goes on. Endure the late-night twitch and don’t beat yourself up. Let go of harsh self-evaluation. No matter how you feel, be kind and pray anyway. The same grace that you show others: have some grace for yourself too. And before you know it, you will be further along down this path without even hardly trying. The moment you quit trying to improve and simply rest in Christ, you’ll move forward.

J.S. from this post (via jspark3000)

29 Jul