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“when the sun goes down the light reflects off the glass and it looks like the buildings are on fire”

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Kurt Vonnegut, Slaughterhouse-Five

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pour it up pour it up

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Jacques Tati  (watch the original scene).

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When we start to drift into a restless place, a dark and lonely place, we tend to get there because we have taken our eyes from Christ, from that man who lived a life of obedience, and then died a terrible death, who rose again and proclaimed His kingdom come. That is where our eyes must always be, upon the King of glory, who loves us with a love that never dies. Darkness sets in, when we refuse to let the light shine, so open all the windows! Unlock the doors! Make every possible entrance available for our God to make Himself known once again. One does not breathe in the beauty of autumn or the joys of spring by keeping themselves in a cold and dark place, rise and rise again, until you have Christ living and loving through you.

You are not useless, you are not worthless, you are not ugly, because you are Christ’s! That is an honor that even the stars are jealous of, and the sun longs for. For we are the children of God, seen as blessed and holy. So live in that reality, live in view of Jesus, for we find life and life abundantly in that most glorious sight of Christ. Rest, thrive, grow, find restoration in the arms of He who conquered death, and took on the sins of the world. Jesus knows shame, He knows betrayal, pain, heartache, depression, and all the evils of this world; and He says to you to not take them on, but to take Him instead. His burden is light, and His companionship is good; so walk, and live with Christ, for it is the greatest adventure you will ever have.

T.B. LaBerge // Go Now (via tblaberge)

oh child of suffering, be patient. God has not passed you over in His providence. He who is the feeder of sparrows will also furnish you with what you need. take up the arms of faith against a sea of trouble. there is one who cares for you. His eye is fixed on you, His heart beats with pity for your woe, and His omnipotent hand will bring you the needed help. the darkest cloud will scatter itself in showers of mercy. the blackest gloom will give place to the morning. He, if you are one of His family, will bind up your wounds and heal your broken heart.

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