définition: révigorant donnant de la vitalité; stimulant, révigorant

je ne dit pas que ces mots me decrire. pas du tout. mais la vie, quand on l'examiner, c'est vivifiante.

“When we see that humility is something infinitely deeper than contrition, and accept it as our participation in the life of Jesus, we shall begin to learn that it is our true nobility, and that to prove it in being servants of all is the highest fulfillment of our destiny, as men created in the image of God.”

—   Andrew Murray

If you could play another character on the show besides Harvey, who would it be?

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A rescue.


I have a friend.

She used to be a prostitute.

She has had lots of sex for lots of money.

The other day, a really well meaning lady was asking me about the girl’s situation. I tried to be tactful, but eventually the lady realized she had been prostitute. Stunned, she asked:

Oh, she’s a…


Mr. Darcy + tumblr text posts


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“I would rather be what God chose to make me than the most glorious creature that I could think of; for to have been thought about, born in God’s thought, and then made by God is the dearest, grandest, and most precious thing in all thinking.”

—   C. S. Lewis (via energyofinnocence)

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Love is not about you: it is about the object of your love. God is not focused on what He can get out of His relationship with you. He isn’t trying to win your loyalty, He doesn’t need your worship, and He’s not angling to get something back. He is already full. He does not need. But rather than making him aloof and disinterested, His already-full-ness is what allows Him to love us with unconditional, immeasurable, overwhelming abandon. It is precisely because God does not need anything from us that He can love us unconditionally.

“You don’t have to have it all figured out to move forward.”