“He heals the broken hearted and binds up their wounds.”
- Psalm 147:3 (via exquisitelyfortunate)


Since I was young, I had been already attending Eucharistic Mass and taking up Christian Living Education classes and since then I already knew that Jesus was pained by the people who didn’t believed Him but He still sacrificed Himself, for the people to come back to His father. 

And sometimes I wonder, what if there wasn’t Jesus yet? What if Jesus will just be known in the year 2014? Am I ready to believe Him when He comes to my house and proclaim that He’s the begotten son? Am I ready to accept Him when He becomes televised because of His miracles? Am I ready to stand up for Him when He started being beaten by the people? Am I ready to acknowledge Him when He becomes crucified in the cross? I guess not. It’s difficult to believe Him because I respect God so much, that I just can’t trust anyone who’d proclaim Himself. 

That’s why I cannot blame those people who weren’t believing in Him before, because after I had placed myself in their shoes I realized the complexity of the situation. 

Along with that, I realized the importance and difficultness between trust and faith. Trust and faith are both important but sometimes it’s better to have faith than to have trust on someone. Because, trust needs proof while faith doesn’t. 

Keeping your emotions all locked up is something that’s unfair to you. When you clearly know how you feel. You should say it.

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He faced all this for you, for you to be loved, blessed, glorified, exalted, satisfied, accepted, freed and resurrected.

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Please don't have somebody waiting on you.

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Caveman for two days huhuhuh

Internet imysm :* Thank youuu


not my image just my edit

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Been doing dull this summer

From my List of 10, I have completed ZERO. Ugh.

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