Megan: Jesus follower, singer/songwriter, music lover, coffee addict, book junkie, laugher, worshiper, traveler, passionate, goofy, and called to God's plan.
The Holy Spirit is funny, and He’s sneaky, and He’s courageous and He’s everywhere. And He’s wonderful…He’s wonderful. And He’s a comforter. He knows what I need in every moment. I could just curl up and just lay on Him. He knows everything. He knows every aspect of my life. He knows me thoroughly. He knows what I’m great at and He knows what I’m working on. And He’s real…He’s tangible. He’s right here.
Jenn Johnson (via theheartsdelight)
She’s emo? You’d cut too, if you’ve been through what she has. She’s anorexic? You’d be too, if everyone called you fat everyday. She’s a whore? She made one mistake that cost her, her reputation. She’s a showoff? Her parents abused her, & she’s never heard of praise. She’s loud? She’s invisible at home, & she wants to be heard. She’s quiet? She’s afraid to speak, because she’s scared to get made fun of. She’s fat? She binges, because she misses her dead brother. She’s a geek? She wants to get into college, so she can support her poverty ridden family. She doesn’t wear abrecrombie? Her parents have been out of work for months, clothes aren’t her top priority if she can’t even afford food. She’s ugly? Tell me, what is the definition of beauty? Who are you to judge them? You know their name, not their story. Reblog if you’re against bullying, if not keep scrolling.
Your insecurities are arguments with God. He is telling you that you are loved and forgiven, but your insecurities are trying to convince Him of how bad your sins are. He is telling you of the wonderful things He is going to have you do for Him, and your insecurities are trying to keep up with whispers about how He must be thinking of someone else: one of those superspiritual people with no doubts or secrets.
Here is the good news: you aren’t the first one with these kinds of battles, scripture is full of them-(Abraham, David, Mary). And the best news, God is going to win those arguments in the end, He always does.
Matt King (mattkinger.tumblr.com)
The thing I love about the Chronicles of Narnia series is the fact that C.S. Lewis can write a fictional book using Christian allegories in it along with many other things and still reach not just Christian audiences but secular audiences. I just find that to be cool and that’s just one of the many things I like about the series.