Kimberly Elise and daughter
how did I not know she had a grown ass kid?! Kim still looks like she’s under thirty
Black don’t crack!
I was yelling at him to look at the camera.
The look on his face. Just look at it. Damn, he’s in love with her.
My girl will like this
I have rebloged this every time I see it
why is this my first time seeing this it’s adorable omg
” My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness…” (2 Corinthians 12:9, NIV).
Everyone has days when they feel weak or times when they feel overwhelmed. But God has given us His grace to carry us through these difficult times and empower us to move forward in victory.
Scripture says God’s grace is sufficient. The word sufficient simply means competent, enough or qualified. That means you always have whatever you need by His grace. You will never face anything that God’s grace cannot empower you to move through. We serve a God who is more than enough, and His grace is more than enough, too! Anytime you feel weak, remember, when you rely on His grace, that is when you are at your strongest. When you feel like you can’t go on, that’s when He will carry you by His grace.
Today, remember, no matter what you may be facing, you’re not facing it alone. You are not without hope, you are not without resources, and you are not without answers because His grace is sufficient! His grace is all you need to be equipped to move forward into His victory.
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Disney needs to hurry up and make an African princess. I would start to like them again.
How is this back on my dash O.O
things i haven’t learned in high school
- how to pay bills
- how to buy a house
- how to buy a car
- how to apply for loans for college
but thank jesus i can graph a polynomial function
i cant even do that
Heart of Worship - Matt Redman (Soul Survivor) [ 1997 ]
From the album “Intimacy / The Heart of Worship” by Matt Redman
11 / 365
It’s difficult to forgive other people. But if God can forgive us freely, why can’t we? :)
Thank You Lord for a great topic for today’s devotionals.
132/365: Admitting it is the first step