Love is devotion, putting aside every other whim and desire of the world to say to the person you wish to spend forever with that you will, no matter the obstacle.
True faith is choosing to accept that there are things you might not understand, might not be able to witness, or go back in time and experience, but that doesn’t make them any less real.
Because I’m going to be honest; this whole Christian thing? I’m not always great at it.
The things we say, the stories we have, the love we give—that changes people’s hearts. Even if we might not see that change right away.
Faith is knowing that you are a part of the universe and of a plan even bigger than the universe.
It’s not a way to live. It’s not a way to do big things. It’s a way to fail big.
Your world would be completely different if you said goodbye to your insecurities. Said goodbye to your fears. Said goodbye to your comfort zone. Said goodbye to the toxic people in your life who have no business being there.
The longer you’ve been without something or someone the more you appreciate it when it finally comes.
True faith is knowing we serve a loving God who is guiding us and fighting with us every step of the way.
They were made from dust out of love,
Formed in the likeness of the divine.
Man was given a mind to know moral good,
To possess an understanding more than any beast;
In short, to learn from past mistakes.