ineedtruth:

hellomynameisliv:

johnnyis:

This is why I can’t take Bill Johnson seriously. Now he’s just making up his own theology. This is nonsense.

WHAT?! OUR WILL? What happened to ‘thy will be done’.
Okaaaayyyyyyyyy…. -____-

What is this I don’t even..  .__.

Okay this is crazy.

ineedtruth:

hellomynameisliv:

johnnyis:

This is why I can’t take Bill Johnson seriously. Now he’s just making up his own theology. This is nonsense.

WHAT?! OUR WILL? What happened to ‘thy will be done’.

Okaaaayyyyyyyyy…. -____-

What is this I don’t even..  .__.

Okay this is crazy.

p-r-e-t-t-i-f-i-e-d:

skinnyisthenewperrfection:

miss-shawntel:

You guys please help find my friend Miguel Scott. Please reblog this, I’m begging you.
height: 5”7
D.O.B - july 21st,1992 , 19 years of age 
weighs about 140lbs 
Last seen : thursday october 27th,2011 at evergreen park, WA at around 10:00 p.m.
Yes. We know, it’s Filipino.
Please; don’t just like the photo, reblog it so it gets seen. )): I was really close to this kid in 7th-9th grade.
): Still going, guys.

:(

STILL GOING?! oh no. :’(

p-r-e-t-t-i-f-i-e-d:

skinnyisthenewperrfection:

miss-shawntel:

You guys please help find my friend Miguel Scott. Please reblog this, I’m begging you.

  • height: 5”7
  • D.O.B - july 21st,1992 , 19 years of age 
  • weighs about 140lbs 
  • Last seen : thursday october 27th,2011 at evergreen park, WA at around 10:00 p.m.
  • Yes. We know, it’s Filipino.

Please; don’t just like the photo, reblog it so it gets seen. )): I was really close to this kid in 7th-9th grade.

): Still going, guys.

:(

STILL GOING?! oh no. :’(

May my 2012 be a year fully dedicated to Jesus.
yummyrawfood:

medkarlek:

Parsley Cream
big handful of fresh parsleydrizzle of rapeseed oil (cold pressed & organic)1/2 large green chili1 garlic clove2 cm peeled fresh gingercouple of tbsp of water1 small avocadoseasalt, pepper & lemonjuice to taste 
For extra creaminess add 10 pre soaked cashews in the mix!Mix everything in a blender until smooth (I threw in the avocado last).Voila! Use as a dressing, spread, dip.

This sounds amazing!

RAPESEED

yummyrawfood:

medkarlek:

Parsley Cream

big handful of fresh parsley
drizzle of rapeseed oil (cold pressed & organic)
1/2 large green chili
1 garlic clove
2 cm peeled fresh ginger
couple of tbsp of water
1 small avocado
seasalt, pepper & lemonjuice to taste 

For extra creaminess add 10 pre soaked cashews in the mix!

Mix everything in a blender until smooth (I threw in the avocado last).
Voila! Use as a dressing, spread, dip.

This sounds amazing!

RAPESEED

reblog this if you are a Christian blog. I will follow EVERYONE who does. no joke.

foreverx777:

even if I’m already following you, reblog so others can see please (:

justdrewz:

last one 2011 this is your last chance to reblog this

justdrewz:

last one 2011 this is your last chance to reblog this

jesusiswhatthisworldneeds:

To be honest, this question grieves me because I feel that it represents a much bigger issue than simply a couple SF tunes. In true Socratic form, let me ask you a few questions: Does Lewis or Tolkien mention Christ in any of their fictional series? Are Bach’s sonata’s Christian? What is more Christ-like, feeding the poor, making furniture, cleaning bathrooms, or painting a sunset? There is a schism between the sacred and the secular in all of our modern minds. The view that a pastor is more ‘Christian’ than a girls volleyball coach is flawed and heretical. The stance that a worship leader is more spiritual than a janitor is condescending and flawed. These different callings and purposes further demonstrate God’s sovereignty. Many songs are worthy of being written. Switchfoot will write some, Keith Green, Bach, and perhaps yourself have written others. Some of these songs are about redemption, others about the sunrise, others about nothing in particular: written for the simple joy of music. None of these songs has been born again, and to that end there is no such thing as Christian music. No. Christ didn’t come and die for my songs, he came for me. Yes. My songs are a part of my life. But judging from scripture I can only conclude that our God is much more interested in how I treat the poor and the broken and the hungry than the personal pronouns I use when I sing. I am a believer. Many of these songs talk about this belief. An obligation to say this or do that does not sound like the glorious freedom that Christ died to afford me. I do have an obligation, however, a debt that cannot be settled by my lyrical decisions. My life will be judged by my obedience, not my ability to confine my lyrics to this box or that. We all have a different calling; Switchfoot is trying to be obedient to who we are called to be. We’re not trying to be Audio A or U2 or POD or Bach: we’re trying to be Switchfoot. You see, a song that has the words: ‘Jesus Christ’ is no more or less ‘Christian’ than an instrumental piece. (I’ve heard lots of people say Jesus Christ and they weren’t talking about their redeemer.) You see, Jesus didn’t die for any of my tunes. So there is no hierarchy of life or songs or occupation only obedience. We have a call to take up our cross and follow. We can be sure that these roads will be different for all of us. Just as you have one body and every part has a different function, so in Christ we who are many form one body and each of us belongs to all the others. Please be slow to judge ‘brothers’ who have a different calling.”

I love this

I just love Jon Foreman.

thejesus-movement:

Thanks for the reminder.

thejesus-movement:

Thanks for the reminder.

Every night.

Every night.

Can we start a Twitter tag about Jesus?

lovewithoutdissimulation:

That’d be the bomb. Okay, I know this is a long shot, but let’s try to make it to the trends. The tag will be #christinchristmas

Reblog this, and tweet with the tag! :D 

Among the various treasures and very precious relics which are preserved with much piety in the Holy Monastery of St. Paul on the Holy Mountain, without a doubt among the foremost are the Precious Gifts which the Three Magi from the East offered to the incarnate Lord as an infant. These gifts, as is known, were gold, frankincense and myrrh. The gold is in the form of 28 pieces of carefully engraved coins, with various shapes (rectangular, trapezoidal, polygonal, etc.) and measuring about 5 X 7 centimeters. Each coin has a different design of different and complex artistry. The frankincense and myrrh take the form of mixtures in the form of 62 roughly spherical beads the size of a small olive.Because the spiritual (foremost) and physical, historical and archaeological worth of the Precious Gifts is incalculable, they are preserved with extreme care in the treasury of the Holy Monastery of St. Paul. For security reasons they are distributed in various reliquaries; only a part of them are presented for veneration in the Holy Monastery and are brought outside of the Holy Mountain as a blessing to various Metropolises.
The authenticity of the Precious Gifts is based in part on oral tradition and the rest on history. But what strongly confirms the authenticity of the Precious gifts is the indescribable aroma which is given off sometimes continuously and sometimes occasionally, and the rich healing and miraculous grace which pours forth even to our days.

Source: johnsanidopoulos.com 
(Submitted by SimplyOrthodox)

Among the various treasures and very precious relics which are preserved with much piety in the Holy Monastery of St. Paul on the Holy Mountain, without a doubt among the foremost are the Precious Gifts which the Three Magi from the East offered to the incarnate Lord as an infant. These gifts, as is known, were gold, frankincense and myrrh. The gold is in the form of 28 pieces of carefully engraved coins, with various shapes (rectangular, trapezoidal, polygonal, etc.) and measuring about 5 X 7 centimeters. Each coin has a different design of different and complex artistry. The frankincense and myrrh take the form of mixtures in the form of 62 roughly spherical beads the size of a small olive.

Because the spiritual (foremost) and physical, historical and archaeological worth of the Precious Gifts is incalculable, they are preserved with extreme care in the treasury of the Holy Monastery of St. Paul. For security reasons they are distributed in various reliquaries; only a part of them are presented for veneration in the Holy Monastery and are brought outside of the Holy Mountain as a blessing to various Metropolises.

The authenticity of the Precious Gifts is based in part on oral tradition and the rest on history. But what strongly confirms the authenticity of the Precious gifts is the indescribable aroma which is given off sometimes continuously and sometimes occasionally, and the rich healing and miraculous grace which pours forth even to our days.

(Submitted by SimplyOrthodox)