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anti-christophobia:

queenoffleurs:

modern-sidhe:

magemarley:

So this is something that is really on my heart tonight. Over in Iraq, a militant group is committing a genocide of the Christian population living in Iraq. In the past few weeks, the ISIS has come into Christian communities and given the citizens there a choice- convert to Islam, leave, or die. And this choice is made right there on the spot. On any average day, about 250 Christians die for their faith. In this genocide, over 1500 people have been killed. Mosul was a Christian community and has been for 2000 years, but now the Christian population there is 0. Those who chose to flee left with only the clothes on their backs. This petition (https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/help-christians-mosul-and-iraq-who-are-part-modern-day-holocaust/S0cLfXZg) asks the Obama administration to help grant the refugees political asylum. Even if you aren’t Christian, please sign the petition, as these people need help. It shouldn’t matter their religion, but they have nothing and putting your name on a petition with a few clicks can help them immensely.

The deafening Silence of the atheists, SJW’s, Pagans, Feminists, and liberals of Tumblr is being noted

Hmmm….I’m a Christian. But also a feminist…therefore you are wrong.

You’ll have to explain to the thousands of vehemently anti-Christian feminists that you represent how all of them think then. But seeing as how many of them claim you can’t be a Christian (you know, traditional gender roles and such) and a feminist simultaneously, I’m afraid they mightn’t listen to you.

-Audrey

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southern-conservatism:

that-0ne-random-blog:

blondesforreagan:

civilengineerzico:

Hey, preacher – leave those kids alone.

Change faiths, leave their faith, leave all faith: People can and they will. Teens and adults do all the time, but giving them a background in their religious heritage is a gift, a foundation, social connections and solace

YES. People assume children will just mindlessly follow a religion because their parents raise them with it.

That is, 1, seriously insulting to assume as they grow older they won’t be intelligent enough to think for themselves: and 2, overall, atheist bullshit. Introducing children into a religion is not only important for people who genuinely believe-but it gives kids an idea, a culture, and an ability to learn about at least SOMETHING from a very young age.

YES^^^ 

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willderness:

letskeepthisasecret-babe:

LOOK HOW HAPPY HE LOOKS

what an ass

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Proverbs 31:25-27 (ESV)
Strength and dignity are her clothing,
    and she laughs at the time to come.
She opens her mouth with wisdom,
    and the teaching of kindness is on her tongue.
She looks well to the ways of her household
    and does not eat the bread of idleness.

This is my mommy :D

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The meaning of sacrifice.

j-wolf-harding:

"When a soldier was injured and could not get back to safety, his buddy went out to get him, against his officer’s orders. He returned mortally wounded, and his friend, whom he had carried back, was dead.

The officer was angry. ‘I told you not to go,’ he said. ‘Now I’ve lost both of you. It was not worth it.’

The dying man repied, But it was, sir, because when I got to him, he said, ‘Jim, I knew you’d come.’”

- Leslie D. Weatherhead.

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Call a boy a gentleman and watch his shoulders straighten. Call a girl a lady and watch her spirit turn graceful. Humanity was brought into existence by God speaking words into the void of the universe. We tend to become what we are called.

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nowyoukno:

Source for more facts follow NowYouKno

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peterdwebb:

Whenever we talk about forgiveness there’s always the folks that say, “Surely we don’t have to forgive certain people, God understands right?”

Guys, Jesus asked the Father to forgive the very people that were brutally, torturously killing Him.

That’s the kind of forgiveness we’re supposed to have. Unbelievably unconditional.

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kateyswishes:

If I stay here, it’ll have to be a God thing.

I have $186 to my name. Straight up. That’s it.

And I’m running out of food.

Tuition payments are due September 1st and that’s $264.

My family doesn’t have anyway of supporting me.

I don’t start work till tomorrow.

It’s got to be a God thing.

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