04 1 / 2014

dailybibleverse365:

Isaiah 41:10

dailybibleverse365:

Isaiah 41:10

(Source: saeann)

04 1 / 2014

For am I now seeking the approval of man, or of God? Or am I trying to please man? If I were still trying to please man, I would not be a servant of Christ. (Galatians 1:10 ESV)

04 1 / 2014

01 1 / 2014

simply-divine-creation:

simply-divine-creation:

2 Corinthians 12:9 My grace Is sufficient for you  

simply-divine-creation:

simply-divine-creation:

2 Corinthians 12:9 My grace Is sufficient for you  

01 1 / 2014

Honestly?

Being in your 20s sucks. It’s the time to find yourself and prepare yourself for the void you’re supposed to fill. The life that God has prepared for you. Not only are you supposed to find your spiritual place, you’re also supposed to find your place in the world. Find a career, a place to live, start a family, start to pay off student loans. It’s a stressful time where you’re supposed to do/find so many important things that will matter for the rest of your life. I’ve constantly found myself trying to be like others that I hold in respect, who honor God with everything that they do because I want that for my life. I want to be a Godly woman but its hard when I’m still searching for my identity in Christ. I am made to be an individual with a purpose that was there before I was even formed in the womb.

I’ve considered myself saved since I was little, like around 4. I stumbled so much when I was in Jr and Sr high, that I wavered so far from being any part of a Christian that when I started to turn my life around in 11th grade I didn’t think it was possible for me to ever have a part of God’s grace again. I took His grace for granted so often, I abused the loving Grace that was given to me since birth. I never thought I could experience the idea of everlasting grace again.

While trying to discover my identity in Christ, the one that I’ve been destined to do since birth, I’ve been made uncomfortable, physically mentally spiritually, you name it. But I’m finding that when I grow comfortable in my walk I can never move forward. The idea of finding our identity in Christ is unnerving to me, that means that I’m at the point where I’m supposed to be and I cannot grow comfortable in that place even though it’s where I’m supposed to be.

I pray that I can find my identity but not grow comfortable in it. I pray that I will always be searching for my God. I pray that I can stay uncomfortable because that’s how I grow.

01 1 / 2014

01 1 / 2014

sonofhislove:

Prayer doesn’t set us free, truth does. God hears prayer given in faith, not in fear or doubt.

(via uponthemountains)

01 1 / 2014

dailybibleverse365:

Philippians 4:4

dailybibleverse365:

Philippians 4:4

(Source: sermoveritas)

01 1 / 2014

dailybibleverse365:

Ephesians 2:8

dailybibleverse365:

Ephesians 2:8

01 1 / 2014