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Sneak Peak into Fall in Love Challenge

Hey all.

So Christmas is like totally coming around the corner! I’m so excited!

I mean come on, how can you not be excited!
Hard times fall on people at all times of life. It seems they couldn’t care less what time of year it is, but WE get to chose what we do with that. We can chose to slouch and whine and complain cry all day, and in the end ruin everyone else’s Christmas, or we can take this opportunity to take our eyes off of ourselves and our struggles and pain, and bless others. We can reach out and chose to make this someone else’s best Christmas ever. Read more »

Oct 11, 2017 - Bible Philosophy    No Comments


Here is an article I read recently about the Tabernacle. It’s amazing. Take the tour and soak it in.



“Travel backward in time with me 3,500 years, and I will take you into one of the most awe-inspiring buildings this world has ever seen. It is no skyscraper–fifteen feet tall it stands, barely a story and a half. It has no glistening windows, no resplendent dome, no paintings like modern cathedrals. From the outside, it is actually drab, a tentlike structure covered over with skins, bleached nearly white by the hot sun.

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Oct 4, 2017 - Bible Philosophy    3 Comments


Hi all. I am sorry to say that I really ought to stop making promises. My original topic for today has been moved forward to Friday, and today I’m talking about the Conscience. I also tried something new, from now on my titles will be all CAPS to make it stand out better.

A few days back I had a super fun get together with my friends. It’s something we try to do once a month. Joseph was there, Ethan and Tanya, and Bailey, of course Kate and Lilly, and a bunch of my other friends. We hung out, ate pizza, played frisbee, and watch the movie “The Resurrection of Gaven Stone” (A really good movie, I recommend watching it with you family of group of friends). We were very busy, so we didn’t get to Bible study until later in the evening. It was really good. Tanya played the guitar, and we sang worship songs. And I got to bring up this one point that I’ve been really lead through in my life right now.

I wrote it all out the day before, so here it is for you guys to read. I think it’s something every Christian should approach and think about.

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Bit Of Everything #2

Hi guys! I have to do a BOE because I have a bunch of random stuff that has to go up here, but not enough to make each its own post.

So this week, I took part in Lydia’s blog tour, and I never really found those to make the most interesting posts, so I wanted to throw some fun stuff in this week too.
Next week we talk about… ok, so I won’t tell you. That way you can’t just go and look it up by yourselves. XD

So first and foremost, I started a Read more »

Forgive Me!

Dear readers! One enormous and Gigantic and abnormally shaped apology to you all! I am SWAMPED this week and I totally forgot today was post day, so I had nothing in mind! I have absolutely no time to add the new part for the Independence Day short story, I’m so sorry!

I am a teachers assistant in VBS this year, and I’m also in charge of the puppet skit, writing the script, and making sure people know and memorize their parts. Tomorrow (Thursday) is actually the last day, so I should be back up and running next week. I have a lot of poetry that I’ve been writing, so I’ll be posting more of that, as well as an upcoming post on Modesty, Trusting God, and finally another trip in the BTT.

Thank’s for being patient with me, I’ll be back as soon as I can!


Here is a small poem written by one of the bloggers I follow, which actually goes perfectly with this weeks verse!

Love isn’t always a feeling.
It’s more of an action,
Because love isn’t sometimes-
It’s for always,
And feelings only last so long
Before they die away.
Real love isn’t like that;
It’s an ongoing sacrifice
-And sometimes it hurts-
But it’s worth it if it’s real.
So don’t rely on feelings
As your confirmation about love.
Because while feelings will fade,
Real love never fails.