Devotionals are always the hardest for me to do. Putting God as your number one priority out of your day is hard. In theory you want to, but then life gets in the way. It’s always something, right? Excuses are these amazing things we tell ourselves to make ourselves feel better for not doing something.

It’s time to stop the excuses. Stop putting God last on your to do list. Wake up fifteen minutes early and pray. Take time out of your lunch break. Make the time.

It’s always worth it. There are twenty four hours in a day. What’s fifteen to thirty minutes out of your day going to do?

"Can I say something to young ladies here? I’m trying to pick my words carefully here. Your husband, whoever he is, single ladies, will have an unbelievable amount of influence over your sons and daughters in regards to spiritual things. If you want your children to love Jesus deeply, hold out for a man that is Godly. And let me tell you this: I am well aware that Godly men are rare. Lots of neat Christian boys, not a lot of Godly men. And we’re working our tails off for you to try to develop some into that. But don’t settle, because it’s better that you be lonely now than you be married and lonely later. Are you tracking with me? It is better that you be lonely now than for you to get married to a man that will teach your kids everything but the way of Jesus."
— Matt Chandler (via amandaandinteriors)

file under “movies to watch when feeling sad”

my own personal mood board. Because I love these things.

"Learn to say ‘no’ without explaining yourself."
— Unknown (via extrahopeless)

joined the best rpg and just literally dying at how great it is. this is my life.

causedarlingitwasgood:

how is this even a real show

"No one’s life seems great between midnight and 7 a.m. Go to sleep. Things will be better tomorrow."
— (via felicite)

wherethezooends:

The middle picture makes me so happy.

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