Nicole Elana - Not my will but Yours be done.
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    pianosplus:

    The evolution of the Grand Piano

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    "There are pieces of my testimony that I hate; that I might wish to rewrite. But even in my failure, God has written my life with his divine grace. Perhaps this struggle more than any other has made me more like Christ by forcing me to bank on his resume instead of my own."

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    "Oh honey, why are you so weary? Why are you so far from the One that gave you the breath of life? The veil is torn. It’s time to come home."

    — (via melaniejoyous)

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    "Learn to hold loosely all that is not eternal."

    — A.M. Royden  (via h-o-r-n-g-r-y)

    (Source: sketchpeace)

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    "We have to pray with our eyes on God, not on the difficulties."

    — Oswald Chambers (via amartyrschallenge)

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    "I have gradually been coming to feel that the door is no longer shut and bolted. Was it my own frantic need that slammed it in my face? The time when there is nothing at all in your soul except a cry for help may be just the time when God can’t give it: you are like the drowning man who can’t be helped because he clutches and grabs. Perhaps your own reiterated cries deafen you to the voice you hoped to hear."

    C. S. Lewis (A Grief Observed, p. 46)

    That last line. That last, indelible line.

    (via cicarson)

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    elenamorelli:

    { changing into autumn colors }

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    beaconblankes:

{Breanna Peterson}

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    {Breanna Peterson}

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    touchdisky:

    Oregon Autumn - I | USA by scurvy_knaves

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    "Many people are born crying, live complaining, and die disappointed; they chew the bitter pill which they would not even know to be bitter if they had the sense to swallow it whole in a cup of patience and water. They think every other man’s burden to be light and their own feathers to be heavy as lead. Yet, if the truth were known, it is their fancy rather than their fate which makes things go so hard with them."

    — Charles Spurgeon (via zacheway)

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