These are the NBA breaking news texts I get. The lockout really needs to end.
I wanna break every clock
The hands of time could never move again.
Too often, I take what I have for granted, not realizing what I’ve done until time seems to slap me with regret.
It’s easy to forget how thankful I should be about everything in my life. I’ve been selfish to allow the mundane activities of my days overshadow the beauty that constantly surrounds me.
A definite reality check, that’s for sure.
You live the life you’re given with the storms outside;
Somedays all I do is watch the sky.
Destitute, a rebel still, a fool in all my pride
The world I once enjoyed is death to me
No joy, no hope, no life
For great is his love toward us, and the faithfulness of the Lord endures forever. Praise the Lord.
I’m done with finals (yippeeeee)! God is so good and so faithful! Though I had two back-to-back finals on Monday and two back-to-back finals on Tuesday, thank God for providing the endurance needed to study. What a blessing it is to have this opportunity to study and be able to glorify Him through it. To everyone who still has finals, remember to always be joyful and thankful! :)
Now play with me.
See now the King of Glory
Love of God become my calling
Father I surrender all I am to You forever
If any of you lacks wisdom, he should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to him.
My parents own a dry cleaner and so occasionally, I give them some of my clothes that need to be altered, dry-cleaned only, etc. (for free, of course). Last week, I gave my dad some of my cardigans that needed to be dry-cleaned and yesterday, he sent me this text.
I’m pretty sure this took him 30 minutes to type, haha.
The pain was absolutely unbearable. In fact, it was literally beyond words to describe; they had to invent a new word: excruciating. Literally, excruciating means ‘out of the cross.’ Think of that: they needed to create a new word because there was nothing in the language that could describe the intense anguish caused during the crucifixion.
Thank you for dying on the cross for the sins of undeserving, sinful mankind. Thank you for enduring the physical and emotional pain that only You, the Perfect and Holy One, could go through on our behalf. Thank you, Jesus.