Love (x) Infinity

Christ follower since 7/22/2007.
University of Oregon. Music major. Aspiring Music Therapist. Violinist. Loves to sing.

Well, this blog is just going to be a collage of all things that inspire me and capture my attention as I walk through my everyday life: pictures, music, quotes, art, song lyrics, videos, bible verses, parody of songs, etc.
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How to Make Your Marriage Succeed
by Joyce Meyer

Love is the highest form of maturity. It often requires a sacrificial gift. If love doesn’t require some sort of sacrifice on our part, we probably don’t love the other person at all. If there is no sacrifice in our actions, we are most likely reacting to something nice they did for us, or simply pretending to be kind to gain some control over them. Love is almost always undeserved by the person who receives it.

Our decisions should always have our spouse’s interests in mind. Even a mediocre marriage requires sacrifice. It is important to understand that true love gives of itself.

Sacrifice means you are not going to have your way all the time. This means both the husband and wife are called to love each other with unconditional love. There has to be sacrifice of selfish desires if a couple is going to enjoy a triumphant marriage. As for me, every day when I get up, I choose to have a good marriage. I’m not leaving that one for chance to decide!

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" I am not in love with you. I am in love with the idea of you. If it’s any consolation, you’re the best idea I’ve ever had. I’m sorry. "

I kinda nerded out about how the writing on top of the picture was in Italian (I’ve been learning Italian for almost two years)

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Meet and greet at church is the worst two minutes of an introvert’s life

Ryann Kunst & Marc Phun (via nonelikejesus)

two minutes is a really long time for meet & greet I would never last if ours was that long

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I went to a church for while that had a 5 minute long “socializing” period between worship and the sermon.

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Remember He is the artist and you are only the picture. You can’t see it. So quietly submit to be painted — i.e., keep fulfilling all the obvious duties of your station (you really know quite well enough what they are!), asking forgiveness for each failure and then leaving it alone. You are in the right way. Walk — don’t keep on looking at it.
C.S. Lewis (via h-o-r-n-g-r-y)

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A biblical understanding of the Christian life is not ‘let go and let God,’ it’s ‘trust God and get going.’
Tullian Tchividjian  (via littlethingsaboutgod)

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God loves the weak. He oftentimes saves and uses the weak to shame the strong. See, God loves weakness. In our culture, we hate it. That’s a huge problem. Do you understand? It’s a huge problem for us to despise weakness like we do. We don’t want to be seen as weak. No, brother, be seen as weak. God’s power flows most vividly and most powerfully through the weak vessels.
Matt Chandler  (via mladyjayne)

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Faith is not a feeling; it is a choice against our feelings, sometimes every feeling in our being, to believe the revelation of God in Jesus Christ.

Malcolm Smith (via godsradicaldaughter)

Yes.

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Um is Jesus in Star Wars or something? Hahha what the hey

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Um is Jesus in Star Wars or something? Hahha what the hey