Anonymous asked: I don't have to validate myself through someone else's blog. My existence is mine alone. Thanks though. Shows true character to knock someone down for asking a question. Everyone has the right to be defensive, especially if it means defending your own lifestyle. I didn't think Bre would be so closed on the topic. It isn't my fault she is. And it isn't her fault she isn't as open as I'd like her to be, but it is your fault for coming out and bashing me for asking a question. Thanks :D
I’m sorry you feel that way?? ;-;
((p.s. this is why I suggested messaging so that we could talk one on one && maybe even have a regular convo afterward && stuffs. Just saying lolz))
Anonymous asked: If anon has to validate their existence and way of life to a stranger such as yourself then they really need to think long and hard about how they approach people. You never posted anything about anti-homosexuality and then they decide to ask your opinion and then judge you for sticking to your beliefs. I'm no way religious and I'm ambiguous in terms of sexuality but I love your blog and anon needs to stop worrying what other people think if their life. If anyone hates you for superficial bs-
Anonymous asked: If anyone hates you for superficial bs they aren't worth it. Hopefully in time you realize that anon. If you don't want people to judge you, you shouldn't jump to conclusions. Not all "religious" people are out to get you.
Hello other anon lolz
It is true, but also *shrug* people are people. I just guessed that someone hurt them on this topic && now they’re more defensive on it which I can get. These kinds of issues are always a sensitive spot. But idk it is what it is. Maybe someone got something out of it?? Who knows lolz
Thanks for defending me, though. I appreciate it. If they’re someone I know outside of tumblr I just hope they now can feel more comfortable with me to ask me things like these. I don’t mind if there’s an audience, but it’s always interesting to have engaging/deep convos with friends && stuff. Same goes for you sweet anon!
"He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds" (Psalm 147:3).
Aren’t you glad that God is a healer! It doesn’t matter what is “broken” in your life today, God’s nature is to bring you complete healing. Do you need healing in your body? Your mind? Heart? Finances? Relationships? God is your healer.
Notice what the Psalmist says in this verse: He binds up their wounds. In the natural, if you have a broken arm, it doesn’t just heal over night. The doctor makes a cast to hold it in place and protect it. He binds up your wound. In the spiritual realm, God does the same thing. He wraps Himself around your brokenness and protects the wounded area until it is strong enough to function properly again. The Bible also says that He is a restorer. That means that when He does a work of healing in our lives, He makes us better than we were before.
If you’re going through the healing process today, know this: it may take longer than you planned, but God is binding up your wound. He is protecting you and healing you. He will bring you out better and stronger than you were before. He will take you to a place of complete healing so that you can live the life of victory He has in store for you.