With everything that has been going on in the country, I have craved wisdom in how to respond, act, and grow during this season.
So I turned to the ultimate source of wisdom: God’s Word, specifically Proverbs (the book of wisdom — how convenient!)
Yep, you read that right. Virginity vs Purity
Have you ever stopped to consider these concepts?
Lots of people think you cannot have one without the other, but have you considered how they are different?
I am living out my calling, and I love it
I am a part of an amazing college-small group with my friends from church, and it has been so good for my soul the past few months. We have all become such good friends, and I love each and every one of the girls in my group. Over the last few months, we have taken turns leading, and I got to lead on February 11.
If you’ve been following along with this blog for the past year (Happy Anniversary Being Moody! haha) or are just now joining in, you can see a common theme among my posts — love, especially romance.
Dancing . Dancing . Dancing .
One of my favorite things is dancing. Sometimes I joke around and say dancing is my love language. I loved homecoming and prom. I love movies about dancing (Dirty Dancing, Footloose, etc). I love to fool around with my roommate(s) and have spontaneous dance parties. I love to line dance (I consider myself a pro and would love to teach you haha). I loved ballet dancing…
“Fasting is a discipline of abstaining from something good, so we can concentrate on our spiritual lives and find satisfaction in God” – NewSpring
Have you ever wanted to just be SO satisfied? I know I have and do; I beg God for it almost daily. I want more of him–all of him–only him. Some songs I still plead to God during after so many years are “Christ is enough” and “Set a Fire.” I want to be so completely consumed by the Holy Spirit. I want Christ alone to be enough for me.
Something I have struggled with for so long is feeling loved, especially by God.
If you don’t know already, I just broke up with my serious boyfriend in August. We were together for almost two years, and I loved him more than anything in the world.
That was the issue.
During our time together, I still followed the Lord daily and focused my life on HIM, yet my heart did not solely belong to my Savior.