How often do you pray?

Monday, July 19, 2010


Can't sleep! Compassionate thoughts circulate within me. Unpredictable and some unfortunately predictable circumstances bring about feelings, thoughts, hopes, and desires. The following are random judgments that are keeping me up including the following.
I cherish individuality and humility most of all and finding two qualities within one seems to be declining, yet almost impossible.
You have a family, it’s not perfect, and whose is? You do not have a choice of the ones you possess but you do have a choice of the one you want to form. Yet the ones you do own seem to be just perfect for you and your being, they complete you in a way no matter if you never see them again, and form you. But they are wonderful in the most awkward way possible.
How hard can it possibly be just to love someone the way they are, our Heavenly father did it for us and trust me men are a disappointment of a creature. Pride and envy has seemed to be the main cause of this disappointment with lack of humbleness and nobility. What good is it to always have your nose in the air for you will always be missing out with what’s actually on earth? This lack of justified judgment what causes one to appear foolish? What good is it to want that which another possesses if you would gain that which your eyes desire because you seen another, then you lose that sense of individuality. Individuality, one of the most benevolent and irreplaceable quality that one with a mind of its own possesses such a trait needs to be flourished and not alter to the world.
Desire a concept I seem to have completely forgot how to practice. The word in itself seems to associate something of sinful nature from a glance, when breaking it down its natural for a human; for a godly human only if it glorifies God, the criteria for it.
I find Rest in the Lord, what mercy that was shown to me on the cross, that I am able to bring this all to my Heavenly Father! :) Life is Great! I <3 Jesus!

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

"And they were both righteous before God, walking in all the commandments and ordinances of the Lord blameless." Luke 1:6