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nemfrog:

Baobab amid acacias. 1913.

nemfrog:

Baobab amid acacias. 1913.

«God’s reckless grace is our greatest hope.»

-Tim Keller (via godmoves)

poetryandstones:

The weekend.

campingandbackpacking:

Dead Horse Point State Park near Canyonlands in Utah.  We used this state park as a jumping off point to see the Arches.

campingandbackpacking:

Dead Horse Point State Park near Canyonlands in Utah.  We used this state park as a jumping off point to see the Arches.

peterdwebb:

God gives enough strength for each day. Just like the manna in the wilderness, He supplies each day one at a time. Keep going back to Him for sustenance. Don’t feel like you have what it takes to get through next week? You probably don’t. But God will provide.

(Source: extrarouge)

some thoughts about introversion/extroversion

It’s very interesting to think about the fact that although this world has such an Extrovert Ideal and introversion is often looked down on, Jesus values both introverts and extroverts both as parts of the church and introversion and extroversion as parts of a whole.

Each believer plays their own role in the church, calling for both personality types. In Exodus Moses “speaks with faltering lips” and so God tells Aaron to speak for him. While it can be necessary to move outside of comfort zones, God also provides us roles that match our position in the body of Christ as introverts and extroverts.

Additionally Christians are called to read the Word & pray, and fellowship with other believers. There is a time for being alone with God, away from the hustle and bustle of the world, and there is also a time to be involved with people. And both components are necessary in a walk with God.

«Solitude with God repairs the damage done by the fret and noise and clamor of the world.»

-Oswald Chambers  (via kvtes)

(Source: themountainlaurel)

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