jumping off the cliff

I'm Stephanie. I hope to share random blog posts that I like but most importantly the love of Jesus Christ and the joyous adventure I am on as I take continuous steps of faith to live in His will. I'm jumping off the cliff of what I know to be safe & sure and trusting in the Lord.

April 22, 2014 at 5:26pm
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April 21, 2014 at 6:47pm
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If Mean Girls was set in Middle Earth

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► three-hour studying playlist: a blend of over 50 songs, featuring soft folk, indie & alternative. 


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Cheat Sheet. If you’re going to bring roses, make sure to bring the right color.


Cheat Sheet. If you’re going to bring roses, make sure to bring the right color.

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April 16, 2014 at 2:11am
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Some days I feel like I’m drowning. But then I remember that my God walks on water.

Breathing just got easier.

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April 13, 2014 at 10:37pm
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my hobbitquotes

my hobbitquotes

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April 8, 2014 at 4:26pm
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the starting line - best of me

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April 5, 2014 at 5:20pm
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Kid accidentally steals cup from restaurant

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To my friends: I want to apologise for those times when I said I would pray for you and I didn’t. The times that you asked to have coffee, and I was too ‘busy’. The moments that I could’ve asked you how you were doing; but I didn’t because I was afraid of your answer. When I wasn’t the friend that you needed me to be.

To my family: I’m sorry for the times I yelled back at you in anger, when you were doing the best you could. For the moments when I didn’t give you a chance to explain, when I brushed off your expressions of love for me. I’m sorry for not taking the time to try to answer your questions about this God that I know.

To my acquaintances and the people I pass on the street: I’m sorry for turning away, for rushing past and trying not to see your brokenness. I’m sorry for the stares, and the judgements I formed, even though we’ve never met.

I’m sorry for the times when I’ve said, verbally or not; ‘I’m Christian’ but I haven’t acted that way. I’m sorry for not loving, forgiving, and serving you the way that He does me.

I’m just like you, a sinner, with struggles and faults, I’m sorry for ever holding myself above.

His grace and mercy are the only reasons I’m still here, asking for your forgiveness, saying that I’m a sinner and I’m starting fresh, trying each day, not to say that ‘I’m Christian’, but to love, serve and forgive like Christ has done to me.

— An apology letter.  (via carissa-xy)

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