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There is an idea that to be a serious Christian means to be busy with Christian stuff all the time, that the super committed person is the one running themselves ragged all the time. The reality is that a healthy Christian life is balanced, and a balanced life has to include time for rest and fun.


Jed Brewer on episode 131 of Say That

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Now listen to me, as a man, I know. When boys want to date you, they are going to put their absolute best foot forward. They want you to like them. They will pretend to be someone they are not. So I want you to ask hard questions. Look for consistency. And most importantly you need Christ as your center, because if that isn’t there, you have nothing at all.


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Sometimes, in order for God to get you on His plan, He has to ruin your plan. And that’s a blessing. If your plan worked you’d be stuck settling for less.


Unka Glen Fitzjerrell on episode 131 of Say That

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Look, I’m sorry people have been people, but Jesus has been Jesus and I heard Him say “follow Me” and not them.

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Anonymous: peace


“Whenever your heart starts to be anxious about the future, preach to your heart and say, ‘Heart, who do you think you are to be afraid of the future and nullify the promise of God? No, heart, I will not exalt myself with anxiety. I will humble myself in peace and joy as I trust this precious and great promise of God—He cares for me.’”
— John Piper

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Anonymous: Staying positive


“In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.” - Albert Camus

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Kiss From a Stranger Saves a Suicidal Man
 In Shenzhen, Guangdong, China, a sixteen-year-old boy was standing on a bridge, threatening to jump off and end his life. Hundreds of onlookers watched in horror as he refused to cross back onto the safe side of the guardrail. Police had arrived and were talking to the boy, but no one could get through to him. Just then, Liu Wenxiu, a nineteen-year-old hotel waitress, was walking home from work when she saw the boy and knew that she had to do something to help him. Wenxiu had once been suicidal herself, so she knew how the boy felt. Telling police that she was his girlfriend, the girl managed to get close enough to talk to the boy. She shared her own sad and difficult life story, listened to his, and showed him the scar on her wrist from where she had tried to commit suicide herself.  “He said he’s hopeless, ‘so don’t waste your time to save me’. But I told him, ‘I’m not saving your life, I just want you to realize how silly you are being. Look at me, I’ve been there and I’m now here,’” Wenxiu said. Finally, the girl was able to lean in and give him a hug, and then she unexpectedly gave him a kiss, as well. Police were then able to take the knife that the boy was holding and lead him back over to the safe side of the bridge.

I could not ignore this.