My auntie’s house chicken. Poor thing ready to be slaughtered. #chickeninasmallcity
Story of Faithfulness - The Harms
The Harms’ story is a beautiful picture of God’s provision, challenging us to trust Him no matter what we’re facing. To learn more about the Harms family, visit their blog: msharms.blogspot.com.
|—||Francis Chan (Forgotten God)|
When the Lord brings a man and a woman together, gives them love for one another and inspires them to covenant together as a couple until death or Christ’s return, we’re witnessing something profound and otherworldly. Marriage is a wondrous institution, involving your whole body and soul. Not for nothing did Michael Mason entitle his famous book The Mystery of Marriage. The most mysterious part of it all? Every marriage — even those not consciously aimed at God’s glory — images the greater covenant between Christ, the redeemer-husband, and the church, His sinful but blood-bought bride. Any institution with this kind of cosmic, Gospel-based significance hasto be good.
Dai Ba Sak. A time where you stand by the fruit vendor and see him cut pineapple with astonishment and forget to put him in video. #itwasalongknife #lookslikeabreadknifebutnot #andsharp #andtheyjustgotskills
Every time I come back home, I look at this box and have no idea where to put it. So it is just at the corner of my room collecting dust. #mysfsalbumsthatihavenotcollect #superjunior #spendmoneyasifiwasrich #iwasyoungandimmature #forgivemeplease #neveragain