A Whole New World

...Don't You Dare Close Your Eyes.

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Jun 28th at 9PM / 0 notes

why hello tumbly baby.

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"Seek Me as if you were desperate all the time and then you won’t find yourself desperate as often in reality." 

Apr 7th at 11AM / 0 notes


Seek God All The Time
by Joyce Meyer

Keep on asking and it will be given you; keep on seeking and you will find; keep on knocking [reverently] and [the door] will be opened to you. —Matthew 7:7

In 2 Chronicles 20, King Jehoshaphat proclaimed a fast to show his sincerity to God. Missing a few meals and taking that time to seek God is not a bad idea. Turning the television off and spending the time you would normally spend watching it with God is not a bad idea either. Stay home a few evenings and spend extra time with the Lord instead of going out with your friends and repeating your problem over and over to them. These things and others show that we know hearing from God is vital.

I have learned the word seek means to pursue, crave, and go after with all your might. In other words, we act like a starving man in search of food to keep us alive. I would also like to add that we need to seek God all the time not just when we are in trouble. Once God spoke to me that the reason so many people had problems all the time was because that was the only time they would seek Him. He showed me that if He removed the problems, He would not get any time with the people. He said, “Seek Me as if you were desperate all the time and then you won’t find yourself desperate as often in reality.” I think this is good advice, and I highly recommend that we all follow it.

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Apr 5th at 10PM / 0 notes

God continues to tell me otherwise.

I, Too, Sing America 

Apr 5th at 10PM / via: harlempoet / op: harlempoet / 1 note

I, too, sing America.

I am the darker brother.

They send me to eat in the kitchen

When company comes,

But I laugh,

And eat well,

And grow strong.


I’ll be at the table

When company comes.

Nobody’ll dare

Say to me,

"Eat in the kitchen,"



They’ll see how beautiful I am

And be ashamed—

I, too, am America.

-Langston Hughes

Apr 5th at 10PM / 0 notes

Poetry does not require words.

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