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  • I can only pour myself out, when Christ has poured Himself in; I can only carry the cross, when Christ has taken it along with me; and I can only walk on the water in faith, when Christ has called me to Him.

    So why do I think I am alone in my sorrow? When He has been with me all along. I must give Him my weighed down soul for Him to make me whole, and in that surrender I know that I am home; the only home that my soul will ever know.

    —    T.B. LaBerge // Go Now (via tblaberge)

    (via tblaberge)

    To Tina: HAPPY NA, BIRTHDAY PA! πŸ˜ΉπŸ™ˆπŸ’œ wish I could be there to celebrate with you but sending you my best wishes and prayers from here. I’m thankful for your beautiful and cherishable heart. With every YA car ride, every laugh, word of love and encouragement that brings us closer, I’m grateful to have a best friend that is rooted and grounded in the love of Christ. A new year, a new adventure—I’m praying that God reveals how much He delights in you in every step of the process. LOVE YOU LOVE YOU! πŸ‘―πŸŽ‰πŸ’ƒπŸ˜˜πŸ‘

    “ The thing that matters most is how we use what we have been given, not how much we make or do compared to someone else. What matters is that we spend ourselves. ”


    Francis Chan

    Came across this gem of a quote while I was flipping through Crazy Love again today. β€œWhat matters is that we spend ourselves”… I love that. It really hit me that as long as I was β€˜spending myself’, it didn’t matter what/how much I was doing for God in comparison to everyone else. Β 

    (via bind-mywanderinghearttothee)
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