“I don’t deserve you.” I think a lot of people have heard this phrase in movies, from others, or maybe coming out of own mouths or thoughts at some point in their life. Maybe it seems romantic if you’re the one who’s being told that someone “could never deserve you.” And maybe, the person who’s … More I don’t deserve you.
Who you are is enough. You are made perfectly. You don’t have to try. Who you are is enough. You’re a sweetheart. You have pretty hair, cool eyes, and a sweet smile. You encourage others and so help them come to know God better. You are a warrior and a leader. You’re smart and funny. … More Who you are is enough.
If I’m tired, you’re strong. If I’m mad, you’re patient. If I’m sinful, you’re faithful. If I’m mean, you’re loving. If I’m down, you’re friendly. If I’m scared, you’re with me. If I’m alone, you hold me. You always talk to me when I’m worried. You never forget to take care of me. You do … More Don’t Forget
There’s a quote in a movie that I wouldn’t recommend to anyone that states (awkwardly, in context): No, I like you. Just as you are. (Bridget Jones’s Diary) Although the movie does contain inappropriate things and some language–and, for these reasons, I don’t anticipate re-watching it–it contains a lot of beautiful messages, such as the … More Beautiful
Jeremiah 29:11: “For I know the plans I have for you, declares The Lord. Plans to prosper you and not to harm you. Plans to give you hope and a future.” I started thinking as I was riding with my family to Uncle Julio’s for a Father’s Day lunch: I want my children to be … More Dreams for my Chicks
As it is Mother’s Day, it seemed fitting to post something about my mom. My beautiful mom. My mom is loving, gorgeous, and powerful. She fights for me more than I fight for myself. She loves the Lord in the way that I want to love the Lord. She does what’s right, and she looks … More Mom’s the Word!