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"Then, in the sweetest of movements, the Lord collected my dust & breathed life in again
as He had done so many times before, and with eyes of lightning and vocal chords of thunder,
He whispered: Child of mine, burn no more."
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Always pray to have:
1. Eyes that see the best in people.
2. A heart that forgives the worst.
3. A soul that never loses faith in God.

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Always pray to have:
1. Eyes that see the best in people.
2. A heart that forgives the worst.
3. A soul that never loses faith in God.

(via wonderfully-complex)

myeskin:

From 120 degree weather to an awesome Phil Wickham concert to leading worship, id say this past week was one for the books. Thank you Jesus for changed hearts & lives. “I believe that we will win!”

“ Go to a coffee shop. Sit by the bar with the glass windows and look out. Look at all the people running to catch a train. All the girls with one too many shopping bags. All the couples too in love to care. Then you’ll see it — a bit of yourself in everyone. And somehow, sitting alone in a coffee shop had never felt so good. ”

—    Unknown (via al-cyon)

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He talked about how he sees God in the rhythm of music. In a song he performed on the violin, he remarked on how the bass line seemed to disappear, but that was because it was leading to the most beautiful part of the song. And such as in life: When God may seem distant, He is leading to something beautiful beyond the darkness. The rhythm may be quiet, but it’s what we build our life on. We can’t have music without it. 

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“ And when I wake early I say to myself: Fight, fight. If I could catch the feeling, I would: the feeling of the singing of the real world; the sense that comes to me of being bound on a perpetual adventure — of being strangely free to do anything ”

—    Virginia Woolf, from a diary entry (via pre-raphaelites)

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