Christ is the way: — J. C. Ryle.

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…Now you know damn well….


Sin and a shame

oh c’mon…

I’m sorry but that’s a lie.

these motherfuckers lmao

????? But… like how?

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Matthew 5:17 (NLT)
"Don’t misunderstand why I have come. I did not come to abolish the law of Moses or the writings of the prophets. No, I came to accomplish their purpose.

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best, thing, ever.

That pretty accurate…

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Reblog if you’re willing to answer anything that comes in your ask right now.

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Remember when Kim Possible was on Lilo and Stitch?


Or How about when The Proud Family decided to visit?


Or when those fucking kids from Recess came over to Hawaii


Lilo was a popular little bitch.

the conflicting art styles are making me uncomfortable…

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if I had a twin I would go into crowds of strangers and profess my love to someone and then say “if our love isn’t meant to be, I will go back in time and slap myself” and then my twin would burst in and slap me

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being able to draw is like having so much power like ………. you could…..draw  yourself making out with ur favorite character and no one can stop you 

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Goliad & Nights Howl

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We are in this desperate race called “Validate Me” … We used to have someone telling us we were good-enough, that we’re loved, treasured, and prized. We had this 100% pure connection with God — but ever since sin we were disconnected from God because of our disobedience, and we now look for the feeling of “good-enough” in other people, or in what we do, our status, our position … We look for capital G-o-d in lowercase g-o-d.

The truth though is that we actually aren’t good enough because of that sin, our broken condition. But God, even after our disobedience, came for the not-good-enough. Mark 2 says that Jesus didn’t come for those who think they’re righteous, but those who confess they’re sinners. He didn’t come for the healthy, but the sick. Jesus came to absorb all our un-good on the cross, and he embraces you exactly as you are. So even though everyone else might reject you, Jesus doesn’t make you meet a standard. He is going where you are. He’s got you.
J.S. from this message (via jspark3000)
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