muhguhwhaat asked: "Blessed are they who are persecuted for the sake of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven." -Matthew 5:10. Thought I'd send you that because you're doing an amazing job standing up for our faith. I would never have the guts to go against the beliefs of the worldly in the way you're doing it now. No matter what these people are telling you, you are truly an inspiration to us all. God is working in you marvelously. And I can only pray God uses you to lighten the hearts of the heavy.
Thank you so much <3 this is such great encouragement! God bless you
9:10 pm • 22 April 2013 • 3 notes
Thank you so, so much <3 You have really made my day!
7:55 pm • 6 April 2013
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6:44 pm • 23 March 2013 • 2 notes
Anonymous asked: Hello there. I am a Christian and I believe in God. I have faith... but now I am slowly beginning to feel dry. To feel like my soul and spirit is now just... blank. It happens a few times already but I just don't know what to do. When I pray I don't even know how to pray. I speak in tongues but I now I can't seem to do it properly. My prayers, are not fervent enough. I try to read the Bible but I can't seem to study and meditate correctly. I believe in God, but my faith is... help me.
I think something you need to remember is that God is God, God loves you, and God is with you—no matter how you feel. You don’t need to feel someone’s presence for them to be there, like if you are in a dark room and don’t realize there’s someone standing next to you.
Praying is just talking to God. It doesn’t have to be a formal, written prayer. He is your loving Father wanting you to come thank him and ask him for help. He wants us to call him “Abba,” or “Daddy.” He doesn’t care if your prayers are thought out or in good language; he just wants you to talk I him. Tell him your problems.
Reading the Bible can get dull sometimes (especially if you’re feeling restless). But it helps me to just force myself to stay still and focus. Also a devotional book or something like that night help to.
I hope this helps you. Feel free to ask more questions! God bless
9:53 am • 23 March 2013 • 4 notes
Anonymous asked: Hello lovely, I hope I'm not bothering you! I've decided to rekindle my faith in God, but I'm having trouble getting on the same page of some beliefs. For example,I don't believe gay is a sin or a choice,I'm pro choice, and I have a REALLY big problem with the concept of hell. Am I being selfish for creating my own morals? I truly believe these things out of love+compassion not to undermine him. I'm sad that God is conflicting with my ideologies. What should I do?
Hey, you’re not bothering me at all :) that’s why I have this blog!
I love this question; I wish people would ask it more often. We are not supposed to just blindly believe everything that’s told to us. We’re supposed to ask questions to strengthen our faith!
I strongly encourage you to look on my FAQ page. There are only a few links there right now, but they might answer some of your questions. I also encourage you to search “homosexuality” on the search box on my blog and find the link to the essays on the summit website. I think we read #8 and 9 in theology class, and they provide very thorough points on the subject. (If you want, looking through the essays on other topics on that website can be really interesting too :))
Hell is really the absence of God. I don’t know that much about it, but I know for those going there it will be unbearable because of that. Last year, we read this book called The Great Divorce by C.S. Lewis. It gives one picture of hell…not exactly what it will be like, just an interesting perspective. Maybe check it out?
I’m not really sure what you have a problem with as far as that goes…I mean sure it sounds like an awful “place” to be, but that’s why we’re trying to spread God’s word. We want everyone in heaven, right? :)
You’re definitely not being selfish for trying to figure things out. However, make sure you don’t cross the line into moral relativism (I think there are a few essays about that on the summit website, too).
I hope this helps you. Feel free to ask more questions! God bless :)
8:38 pm • 10 March 2013 • 3 notes
darkly-enchanted asked: Hi. I have recently received a calling from the Lord to be a writer. I was looking at the #bible verses and found your page. I love it. Thank you. God bless. <3
Awesome :) thank you and God bless you too!
8:21 pm • 10 March 2013 • 2 notes
Anonymous asked: On your pro-life thing that says "choose to be responsible" - many people who have abortions were using protection. Contraception is not 100% effective. Also in that group are married women* who just don't want children. It's normal.
I mean responsible in the sense that you don’t have sex if you can’t handle what results from sex. Everyone feels like they can do anything they want without having to take responsibility for their actions; this is a serious flaw in our society.
Also, being married doesn’t make it any more acceptable. If someone had a child (whether they were married or not) and didn’t want it, would you let them just kill it? Of course not. We just believe that right to life should be extended through all stages of life.
8:20 pm • 10 March 2013 • 6 notes
vijayaprasad asked: Nice Posts. Love to see such a passion for Jesus. May Jesus bless you abundantly.
Thank you so much :) may he bless you too!
8:15 pm • 10 March 2013 • 2 notes