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nbaoffseason:

Uncle Drew Part III: Getting Buckets

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nonelikejesus:

perfect.

Lord, build me up, equip me, and send me out. I’m so ready for Summer 2014.

caitlanlikesturtles:

does anyone else get really disappointed when you see a really crunchy looking leaf but when you step on it it doesn’t do the thing

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urbexbayarea:

In the North Bay there’s a large dam with an overflow pipe that can only be reached via water.  During the summer when the pipe is dry, it’s a popular place for graffiti artists and skateboarders.

Legitttt

Why was i not in a deep sleep? Freaking under my blanket and scared as heck. Lord, help me

appetisers:

HOW DO PEOPLE FALL ASLEEP SO FAST I DON’T UNDERSTAND I HAVE TO CREATE AND ACT OUT A WHOLE FUCKING MOVIE LENGTH STORY IN MY HEAD AND THEN CONTEMPLATE THE MEANING OF LIFE BEFORE I EVEN FEEL TIRED AND THIS BITCH STARTS SNORING IN TWO MINUTES

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Why am I such a wuss? I can’t even turn off my lights, ohemgee whyyyyyy. Scared, 很害怕 :(

spiritualinspiration:

When was the last time you asked God to do something impossible, something out of the ordinary? I believe that one reason we don’t see God do great things is because we only ask Him for small things. Most people pray over their food, pray for protection, or pray for wisdom. That’s all good, but don’t limit what God can do. There should be something you’re praying about, something that you’re asking for that is beyond you, something that you can’t accomplish in your own strength. Do you dare to ask?

Your dreams may look impossible. You don’t have the funding or the connections, but God is saying, “I dare you to ask Me to bring it to pass. I dare you to ask Me to show you a flood of My favor.”

All through the scripture, we see people doing this. Elisha prayed that it wouldn’t rain, and for three and a half years there was no rain. Joshua prayed for more daylight, and God stopped the sun. Follow their example and step out in faith. Dare to ask, dare to believe God, and see His mighty hand move on your behalf!

spiritualinspiration:

When was the last time you asked God to do something impossible, something out of the ordinary? I believe that one reason we don’t see God do great things is because we only ask Him for small things. Most people pray over their food, pray for protection, or pray for wisdom. That’s all good, but don’t limit what God can do. There should be something you’re praying about, something that you’re asking for that is beyond you, something that you can’t accomplish in your own strength. Do you dare to ask?

Your dreams may look impossible. You don’t have the funding or the connections, but God is saying, “I dare you to ask Me to bring it to pass. I dare you to ask Me to show you a flood of My favor.”

All through the scripture, we see people doing this. Elisha prayed that it wouldn’t rain, and for three and a half years there was no rain. Joshua prayed for more daylight, and God stopped the sun. Follow their example and step out in faith. Dare to ask, dare to believe God, and see His mighty hand move on your behalf!

And honestly, I feel so blessed; too blessed even. It’s too good to be true. My first thought when I was told I had been accepted was, “they want me, why would they want me?” Similar to when I was waiting on college decisions, I didn’t have any confidence that I would be accepted on my own abilities. But God definitely led me to UB for His purpose of my continual seeking of Him and slow but sure growth, and it’s been eye-opening, a time of revelation and learning. Quite frankly, I believe it’s the same for this program. Lacking confidence, I gave it up to God and asked that the confirmation for His calling would just be getting into the program. It seems too easy though, probably because I didn’t fully trust that God would bring me to this point, nor did I believe in myself. It seems like the perfect opportunity for me and it would be such a rewarding experience, but these fears and self-doubts hold me back. At the same time, every situation that I was unsure of but took a step of faith, God has redeemed and shown me that I need to place all my trust in Him who provides. I have two weeks to make my decision to commit or not. Until then, praypraypray.

  • Employer: So how qualified do you think you are for the job, sir?
  • Me: Hella
  • Employer: Welcome aboard

Why doesn’t anyone in my Chinese class respond to me? We needa get on that presentation, na mean? Ayyaaaa