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A fashionista woman following Christ.

August 31st

I met a sweetheart. I was working an event at Delphine’s restaurant in Hollywood that night. As I setup the photo booth the young manager offered me water within the first couple of minutes. He also made some small talk while I was setting up. Through out the night he checked up on me. He offered me a drink that was on the house. He gave me food and that too was on the house. When I finished my water bottle he came and brought me a new one. It could be because He saw that I was slightly hitting it on my photo booth, but I was kind of hidden. He had to have been watching me because within less then a minute he brought it to me and it was a pretty busy night for him. He didn’t even have to ask me how I’m doing or offer me anything. managers at restaurants or venues don’t concern over the various people the party host hires. Their concern is primarily the party host and their party. I knew he wasn’t doing it for the wrong type of attention because he wasn’t asking any stupid or uncomfortable questions that men ask. Maybe that’s because he’s the manager and he has a rep to protect. Regardless, I was swooned by his thoughtfulness and kindness. After the party was over I thanked him for everything. He replied it was a pleasure meeting me and asked me when is the next time I’ll come back. I sadly told him I don’t live in LA and I don’t know when is the next time I’ll be back. I honestly want to go back just to see him again, but then again I have a strong intuition that it wouldn’t work out and I’m usually right. I would love to get to know this guy but I don’t want to be a heartless biatch and lead him on. Especially if I just want to be friends.

My curiosity for guys always gets me.
I find someone sweet or interesting and I’m curious to know more about them but it always bites me in the butt. It’s better to trust my intuition.

“I never understood
why we try to
open doors that have
slammed shut
in our faces.”
(via c0ntemplations)
“Date someone who is interested in you. I don’t mean someone who thinks you’re cute or funny. I mean someone who wants to know every insignificant detail about you. Someone who wants to read every word you write. Someone who wants hear every note of your favourite song, and watch every scene of your favourite movie. Someone wants to find every scar upon your body, and learn where each one came from. Someone who wants to know your favourite brand of toothpaste, and which quotes resonate deep inside your bones when you hear them. There is a difference between attraction and interest. Find the person who wants to learn every aspect of who you are, and hold onto them.”
Me (via a-stute)

(Source: stayy-for-tonight)

spiritualinspiration:

“Honor and majesty are [found] in His presence; strength and joy are [found] in His sanctuary.” (1 Chronicles 16:27, AMP)

Do you need more strength and joy in your life? The Bible tells us that in God’s presence there is fullness of joy — the most abundant and complete! And when you have His joy, you have His supernatural strength. There’s nothing that can come against you when you are filled with the strength and joy of the Lord.

Notice this verse says that strength and joy are found in His sanctuary. One translation says they are found “where He is.” And do you know “where He is?” His Spirit is alive in every believer, but in His Word He promises that He inhabits, or manifests, in the praises of His people. That means when you begin to praise and worship God, either corporately in a church setting or privately in your personal time, God is there. You are in His sanctuary. Anytime you feel depleted or overwhelmed, just begin to sing a song of praise to Him. Declare His goodness and faithfulness. Draw near to Him, and He will draw near to you. He’ll fill you with His joy and strength so that you can live as an overcomer all the days of your life!

spiritualinspiration:

“Honor and majesty are [found] in His presence; strength and joy are [found] in His sanctuary.” (1 Chronicles 16:27, AMP)

Do you need more strength and joy in your life? The Bible tells us that in God’s presence there is fullness of joy — the most abundant and complete! And when you have His joy, you have His supernatural strength. There’s nothing that can come against you when you are filled with the strength and joy of the Lord.

Notice this verse says that strength and joy are found in His sanctuary. One translation says they are found “where He is.” And do you know “where He is?” His Spirit is alive in every believer, but in His Word He promises that He inhabits, or manifests, in the praises of His people. That means when you begin to praise and worship God, either corporately in a church setting or privately in your personal time, God is there. You are in His sanctuary. Anytime you feel depleted or overwhelmed, just begin to sing a song of praise to Him. Declare His goodness and faithfulness. Draw near to Him, and He will draw near to you. He’ll fill you with His joy and strength so that you can live as an overcomer all the days of your life!

(Source: bloodsavedus)

spiritualinspiration:

God is constantly calling us to higher places in Him. He wants us to know Him more. He wants us to know His ways, walk in His ways, and experience His victory.
The apostle Paul said in Philippians that he was pressing on toward the goal of Christ’s calling. How did he press forward? In verse 13 he says, “One thing I do, forgetting what lies behind and straining forward to what lies ahead.” See, in order to press forward, we have to let go of the weight of the past. We let go by forgiving and choosing not to dwell on things that can hold us back. We have to lighten our load, so to speak, so that we can rise higher in the things God has for us.
Today, if you are struggling in an area, ask God what you need to let go of. Sometimes, we need to let go of the good as well as the bad. “Good” can be the very thing that keeps you from “great.” Let go of the past, forgive, and press forward and upward to the prize of the high calling of Jesus Christ!

spiritualinspiration:

God is constantly calling us to higher places in Him. He wants us to know Him more. He wants us to know His ways, walk in His ways, and experience His victory.

The apostle Paul said in Philippians that he was pressing on toward the goal of Christ’s calling. How did he press forward? In verse 13 he says, “One thing I do, forgetting what lies behind and straining forward to what lies ahead.” See, in order to press forward, we have to let go of the weight of the past. We let go by forgiving and choosing not to dwell on things that can hold us back. We have to lighten our load, so to speak, so that we can rise higher in the things God has for us.

Today, if you are struggling in an area, ask God what you need to let go of. Sometimes, we need to let go of the good as well as the bad. “Good” can be the very thing that keeps you from “great.” Let go of the past, forgive, and press forward and upward to the prize of the high calling of Jesus Christ!

(Source: free-your-mind)

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