"Mom, Dad…I’m a thespian."
*aggressively snaps while dramatically exiting stage right*
"The Bible says Adam and Eve,
not *snap snap* *jazz hands* and *dramatic leave*”
Mom: “your just going through a stage”
Me: “no mom, I’m going on stage” *strikes dramatic pose*
If you had the cure to cancer wouldn’t you share it? You have the cure to death: get out there and share it.
I always think of this when people say “Why don’t you just keep your Christianity to yourself?” That’s the most selfish thing I could do.(via littlechristianthings)
Tattos it’s not a sin issue, it’s a wisdom issue. Some people might mention the Old Testament verse “Do not cut your bodies for the dead or put tattoo marks on yourselves. I am the LORD”. But it’s a little more complicated than that. When we mention or someone mention a verse, we must be very careful about the context. This verse in specific when God is sayin it, he wants that the israelites have a healthy life, he’s saying I am looking out for your joy and your vitality and this is how I want things to operate just so that you live right. Why I said it’s a wisdom issue, it’s because the most of examples we have from tattoos is pagan worship, sexual immorality, darkness stuff (they knowing it or not).
Although 1 Corinthians 6:19-20 does not directly apply to tattoos, it does give us a principle: “Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own; you were bought at a price. Therefore honor God with your body.” This great truth should have a real bearing on what we do and where we go with our bodies.
My opinion about the issue is that I would not make it in my body, but if you have one or want to make one, I think you must reflect about the objetive with it, and if you will glorify God with what you’re doing.
i hope the next new, cool trend is people getting married and staying married despite their differences and challenges life throws at them