If he knew what I feel for him.
― (via obscuritate)

(Source: 8wordsaday)

11:31 pm  •  23 May 2014  •  368 notes
Marriage is not mainly about prospering economically; it is mainly about displaying the covenant-keeping love between Christ and his church. Knowing Christ is more important than making a living. Treasuring Christ is more important than bearing children. Being united to Christ by faith is a greater source of material success than perfect sex and double-income prosperity. So it is with marriage. It is a momentary gift. It may last a lifetime, or it may be snatched away on the honeymoon. Either way, it is short. It may have many bright days, or it may be covered with clouds. If we make secondary things primary, we will be embittered at the sorrows we must face. But if we set our face to make of marriage mainly what God designed it to be, no sorrows and no calamities can stand in our way. Every one of them will be, not an obstacle to success, but a way to succeed. The beauty of the covenant-keeping love between Christ and his church shines brightest when nothing but Christ can sustain it.
― John Piper (via jessicarackley)

(Source: godmoves)

9:50 pm  •  22 May 2014  •  445 notes


why u should date me:

  • i’ll kiss ur tummy lots
  • sometimes my hair looks decent
  • i know how to make mac n cheese
  • hugs
10:24 pm  •  20 May 2014  •  128,620 notes