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In times of affliction we commonly meet with the sweetest experiences of God’s love.
John Bunyan (via thewordofthelivinggod)

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kingsleyyy:

I like to hangout with people that make me forget to look at my phone


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A to Z characteristics | Disney girls (not including Pixar) • insp


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— For when we run away and live in the woods.Young couple quit jobs and build this $500 home (click photo for full article)

— For when we run away and live in the woods.
Young couple quit jobs and build this $500 home (click photo for full article)

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I think I fall in love a little bit with anyone who shows me their soul. This world is so guarded and fearful. I appreciate rawness so much.
(via eumag)

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A Christian man who takes the lead in sexual purity, and who tells the woman that her heart means more to him than her body, and her purity is more valuable to him than his own pleasure, liberates her from a cruel bondage and gives her a blessing that words can hardly describe.
wait for this man. (via proverbs31v25)

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Anonymous said: If you know any more than I do at this point, I hope it's alright for me to ask you why God made us if He ultimately knew what Eve and Adam were going to do leading to Him having to send us redemption. Was it (a guess) just a free-will-this-could-go-two-ways-deal or...? Even then isn't that limiting His knowledge to our actions or saying He allowed us to suffer by creating us with free will? If we didn't have free will to begin with I doubt we would know any different but go on... Please,

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Well, I’ll start with this, there is some mystery involved here. Here enlies the mystery, God created us with a specific endgame in mind. The Garden did not exist as the end-all be-all of God’s creation. Built into the creation account is an end goal, an eschaton. The first 6 days were always pointing to the 7th day. The 6 days of work point forward to the seventh day of sabbath rest (which, btw, never actually ended.) So eschatology is built into creation already, before Adam and Eve sinned. Now Adam had a real responsibility given to him by God. There was a real prohibition from eating of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. However in Adam’s failing to uphold that commission, God promised a coming messiah, a second Adam, who would accomplish what the first Adam failed. This is not to say that Christ was the plan B, but it is to say that there was a real responsibility in Adam to usher humanity into the eschatological, sabbatical, glory-rest of God. That is the apparent conundrum that we face. God certainly willed for Adam to obey (by his Will of precept) but also willed that Adam would fail (by his Will of decree) and thus that he would enter into the world via incarnation to inaugurate his redemptive plan. To our limited minds, there seems to be a contradiction here, but in the mind of God, there is no contradiction. 

I hope this was helpful.