wow these lyrics

Holy, You are still holy
Even when the darkness surrounds my life
Sovereign, You are still sovereign
Even when confusion has blinded my eyes

Lord, I don’t deserve Your kind affection
When my unbelief has kept me from Your touch
I want my life to be a pure reflection
Of Your love

And so I come into Your chamber
And I dance at Your feet, Lord
You are my Saviour
And I’m at Your mercy
All that has been in my life
Up ‘til now
It belongs to You
You are still holy

Holy, You are still holy
Even though I don’t understand Your ways
Sovereign, You will be sovereign
Even when my circumstances don’t change

Lord, I don’t deserve your tender patience
When my unbelief has kept me from Your truth
I want my life to be a sweet devotion
To You

And so I come into Your chamber
And I dance at Your feet, Lord
You are my Saviour
And I’m at Your mercy
All that has been in my life
Up ‘til now
It belongs to You
I belong to You

And so I come into Your chamber
And I dance at Your feet
You are my Saviour
And I’m at Your mercy
All that has been in my life
Up ‘til now
It belongs to You
I belong to You
You are still holy
You are still sovereign
You are still holy, Lord
You are still righteous
You are all-knowing
You are still holy


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See, that is the beauty of God. Many of us have sinned, and we can’t fix it, but God can. Many of us have sinned, and we can’t make it into a happy ending. But the story of Joseph is God does, can, will. You see, that’s why we love our God so much. He doesn’t just come to sympathize with us. He comes to straighten out what we’ve made crooked, to forgive what we have done wrong, and to work things out for good that apart from him are nothing more than just evil – terrible things.

Pastor Mark Driscoll, Mars Hill Church

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1. love is a choice, not a feeling
2. so is forgiveness
3. we are the bride of Christ
4. submit and yield to one another
5. laugh lots :D

tidbits from zee wedding :)

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as i’m sitting here, surrounded by all of this wedding hustle and bustle, i’m reminded that the relationship Christ has with us is the greatest love story that will ever be told. more so than anything we could even have with our future spouses.

and now t-swift’s “love story” is playing in my head.

"it’s a love story, baby just say yes"

YES! to JESUS! :) ahaha

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the reason i sing - jimmy needham

"maybe success is measured best/by nothing less than our obedience"

ridiculous…

JENNY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I STILL CAN’T BELIEVE YOU DID THIS TO ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

jenny. signed. me. up. for. eharmony. -____________________-

omg i was running around her living room like a crazy person because i didn’t know what to do and i couldn’t stop her. AHAHAH OMGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG

tonight was so ridiculous.

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bridezilla

sister: are you gonna do something about your bangs before the wedding?
me: no…i don’t think so. do they look weird?
sister:  uhh…just keep in mind that pictures are permanent.
me: -_____-

 AHHH my sister’s wedding is less than a month away!! can someone stop me from eating so much…i have to fit into my bridesmaid’s dress!!!!!!!!! i need to start eating like a girl…

hehe. i hope i can fit into this…lol

so excited for my unnieeeeeeeee! she looks so happy here :) this picture looks like it’s straight up out of a korean drama

sidenote: i hope my future husband is humorous and not awkward like i am. LOL i wanna take goofy engagement pictures :)

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I’m pretty sure 95% of these books have never been opened…

I’m pretty sure 95% of these books have never been opened…

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There’s no one in my office right now…so I’m being super productive, thankyeeverymuch!

There’s no one in my office right now…so I’m being super productive, thankyeeverymuch!

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pretty!! what a cool concept!
newyorker:

When Photographs Meet Fiction in The New Yorker
The first time a photograph accompanied a short story in The New Yorker was in 1996: the story was “Baster,” by Jeffrey Eugenides (who also has a story in the current Summer Fiction issue), and the photograph was a portrait of a newborn by Howard Schatz. We’ve been matching fiction and photographs ever  since. Through July 9th, a selection of these photographs have found new  life on the walls of the Steven Kasher Gallery, as part of “New Yorker Fiction/Real Photography.”  The show is co-curated by Kasher and our former visuals director,  Elisabeth Biondi, whose tenure ushered in a wonderful expansion of the  use of photographs in the magazine, which for many years was illustrated  only with drawings.

pretty!! what a cool concept!

newyorker:

When Photographs Meet Fiction in The New Yorker

The first time a photograph accompanied a short story in The New Yorker was in 1996: the story was “Baster,” by Jeffrey Eugenides (who also has a story in the current Summer Fiction issue), and the photograph was a portrait of a newborn by Howard Schatz. We’ve been matching fiction and photographs ever since. Through July 9th, a selection of these photographs have found new life on the walls of the Steven Kasher Gallery, as part of “New Yorker Fiction/Real Photography.” The show is co-curated by Kasher and our former visuals director, Elisabeth Biondi, whose tenure ushered in a wonderful expansion of the use of photographs in the magazine, which for many years was illustrated only with drawings.


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