Danielle. Twenty-one. New Yorker. DPT Student. Jesus Follower. Hockey Fanatic.

 When God says no, it can be heartbreaking, suffocating and something that will cause you to examine your entire life. But it is also for a greater good, a good that has not been seen by our eyes, a good that has not been touched by our hands, a good that will ultimately bring glory to Christ and a good that will ultimately bring about restoration to ourselves. For now, it’s okay to mourn and cry out; Christ understands the pain of rejection more than anyone in all of existence.

- T.B. LaBerge // Jesus, His Grace and the Gospel

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Oh.

pureblyss:

Oh.

 Humble yourselves, therefore, under God’s mighty hand, that he may lift you up in due time. Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you.

- 1 Peter 5:6-7 (via kvtes)

kvtes:

things that are scary: telling people i want to be a wife and a mother above all else. so when i walked into the coffee shop i go to most often and saw this question written on the chalkboard, i decided i’d write my answer right below the question while the entire coffee shop watched. it was terrifying, but i found a few warm smiles directed my way when i turned around.

kvtes:

things that are scary: telling people i want to be a wife and a mother above all else. so when i walked into the coffee shop i go to most often and saw this question written on the chalkboard, i decided i’d write my answer right below the question while the entire coffee shop watched. it was terrifying, but i found a few warm smiles directed my way when i turned around.

 Maybe home is nothing but two arms holding you tight when you’re at your worst.


Meghan Duggan, Amanda Kessel and Kelli Stack of the United States hug after the medal ceremony.

Meghan Duggan, Amanda Kessel and Kelli Stack of the United States hug after the medal ceremony.

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