I’ve always been a driven, independent girl. I’ve gone after what I wanted, pursued my passions, and been incredibly happy accomplishing my goals and seeking the Lord. But as I’ve gotten older, it’s become clear to me that I’d rather spend my life pursuing goals with someone else than alone.
Thank you for loving me. Thank you for loving me despite my flaws, despite my sins, despite all the ways I won’t and never will measure up to your perfection. Thank you for giving me a second chance, a third chance, a three millionth chance to start again, and to love me, unconditionally.
I’m sorry if a Christian has shown intolerance for you due to your sexuality, ideas, politics or religion.
Then I heard You whisper
I’m your Lover.”
You are loved in your light, in your dark, and in every shadow in-between
God, remind me that even on the days when I feel so lost or small, you are standing beside me, showing me that in your eyes, I am powerful. I am strong. I am worthy.
Trust in God. Trust in the universe. Trust in your own sturdy legs and beating heart.
I spent enough time in the church to know that this is not what Jesus taught.
Unfortunately, the media has done it again. They created a huge hype when articles were released last week saying the new ‘Beauty and the Beast’ film would contain Disney’s “first openly gay character.”
I need You. I need Your guidance, I need Your light, I need Your love.