Be Joyful Always, Pray Continually, Give Thanks.

If Leia could trust R2D2 to deliver her message, so can you!

If Leia could trust R2D2 to deliver her message, so can you!

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amymebberson:

Cindy & Charming - 60’s style!
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amymebberson:

Cindy & Charming - 60’s style!

Quickie Photoshop

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truestoryliz:

dr-napkin-face:

These two together. I love them. They are the perfect acting team. 

the best moment in cinematic history

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“There is nothing, naturally speaking, that makes us lose heart quicker than decay—the decay of bodily beauty, of natural life, of friendship, of associations, all these things make a man lose heart; but Paul says when we are trusting in Jesus Christ these things do not find us discouraged, light comes through them.”
— Oswald Chambers
“How dare we talk of making a sacrifice for the Son of God! We are saved from hell and total destruction, and then we talk about making sacrifices!”
— Oswald Chambers, My Utmost For His Highest

grannysmythe:

Quoth the raven.

“Ya nasty.”

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"The first thing Andrew did was to find his brother Simon and tell him, “We have found the Messiah” (that is, the Christ)." John 1:41

This was the moment that everything changed for Simon Peter. He didn’t know that he would ever meet the Messiah. He didn’t know that he would ever give up being a fisherman and become a fisher of men. He didn’t know that he would venture far from home. He didn’t know that he would give up everything to follow a man who said that he was God. He didn’t know that he would see and perform miracles and cast out demons in the name of the Lord. He didn’t know that he would see Elijah, Moses, and the Son of God in glory. He didn’t know that Jesus would be sentenced to die for a crime he did not commit. He did not know that he would deny knowing his master, and later watch him die on a cross. He didn’t know the despair he would feel when he thought it was all for naught, nor the elation and wild hope when the tomb was empty. He didn’t know that that man would rise again, or that he would be called the rock upon which the church would be built. He didn’t know what a church was. He didn’t know that he would spend the rest of his life preaching the Gospel. He didn’t know that he would eventually die for the Gospel. He didn’t even know there was a Gospel. They had to live it first. But when Andrew came to tell Peter “We found the Messiah…” For Peter, that was the moment when everything changed. Christ changes everything.